Check out behind the scenes footage from the “Cant Find the Words” video shoot:
Behind The Scenes Part 1:
Behind The Scenes Part 2:
See Karina as part of the Russ Parr “Russ Bus” Tour!
KARINA ON TOUR
July 29th – Wilmington, DE @ The Chase at The Riverfront
July 30th – Dayton, OH @ Sinclair Community College
July 31st – Detroit, MI @ Max M. Fisher Music Center
Aug. 1st – Cleveland, OH @ Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Aug. 5th – Louisville, KY @ Louisville Waterfront Park
Aug. 6th – Indianapolis, IN @ Indiana State Fair Grounds
Aug. 11th – Raleigh, NC @ Dorton Arena/ NC State Fairgrounds
For more information check out: http://www.russbustour.com
Def Jam Recordings artist Karina, whose debut album FIRST LOVE is now set to join RIAA gold-selling artist Lupe Fiasco on the Coca-Cola Teen Concert Tour, one of the most hotly-promoted and visible events in Coke’s annual calendar. The tour, expected to attract 1,500 to 3,000 teens at each 4:00-8:00 VIP show, will hit six cities starting at in Los Angeles. The tour picks up in then Washington DC, Atlanta, Chicago and finally New York. At the same time she will participate on The Russ Parr “Russ Bus” Tour, new and emerging artists get a chance to showcase their talents in front of Russ Parr’s vast listening audience. The Russ Parr “Russ Bus” Tour will visit Detroit, Wilmington, Cleveland, Louisville, Indianapolis, Fayetteville and Raleigh.
“Can’t Find the Words” is the second single by New York City’s newest 16-year old star Karina. It follows up “16 @ War,” which was written and produced by her fellow Def Jam team mates The-Dream and Tricky Stewart, the same duo responsible for Rihanna’s “Umbrella” and Madonna’s “Me Against the Music.” “Can’t Find the Words” and “16 @ War,” both featured on FIRST LOVE, can also be heard at Karina’s MySpace website, http://www.myspace.com/karinapasian. The website has logged over 1.77 million total plays to date, drawn over 2.1 million profile views, and attracted 79,000 friends. Also posted on the website are “Slow Motion,” the uptempo dancefloor scorcher “Baby Baby” featuring Lil’ Mama, and “The Love We Got.” Raised up in the Dominican neighborhood of Washington Heights, Karina Pasian (pronounced PAH-zee-yan) was a music and vocal student at world renown PPAS (Professional Performing Arts School) in Hell’s Kitchen. She has been singing and playing piano since she was three.