Somehow, in addition to being a single mother of two, Natalie Stringer, aka Ms. Versatyle, has found the time to record albums, launch her own fashion lines, get her bachelor’s degree and help manage the Mouse Pad, a new Internet cafe in Marina.

In a way, her sophomore record 5 Star Dreamin’ – the follow-up to her 2010 debut Versatyle Stylez Entertainment Vol. 1: The Beginning – is a testament to her resilience.

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