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February 21, 2014
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Karian Sang poised to make 2014 hers

Karian Sang and Christopher Martin in a scene from the film, 'Destiny'. - File

Kingston-born Canadian music vixen, Karian Sang, is poised to conquer the entertainment industry in 2014.

With her unique pop sound and captivating vocals, the talented songstress is creating waves on the international scene. Her stint in Mavado's latest single, Take It, has created quite a buzz in Canada, Miami and Jamaica.

The single made history by being the first Caribbean-dancehall collaboration video to be exclusively premiered on Billboard, debuting on the magazine's website. It was also nominated for Song of the Year at the 2013 'M.O.B. Awards'.

Sang is busy in the studio with internationally acclaimed producer Troyton Hinds of Troyton Music, working on her latest mix-tape, 'Grammys', which she dedicates to her loyal fans.

Inbetween studio time she is writing, collaborating with big names, shooting music videos and thrilling fans with concerts in the Cayman, Mexico, Switzerland, Canada and the US.

The versatile pop princess is now testing the waters of the big screen thanks to director Jeremy Whitter, who cast her as the lead star in his latest film Destiny. Karian plays the role of Lisa Pullen, a young woman from a good upbringing who is breaking free from an unstable relationship.

With no intentions of slowing down, Karian is also collaborating with Clive Hunt and Sly and Robby on the single, If You Want It, which she wrote and performed for the film. Karian is set to release Oh/Handle Me in two weeks.

The possibilities are endless for Karian Sang, and the Jamaican/Canadian pop princess is definitely someone to watch out for.

[Sang] cast as lead star in...film Destiny

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