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Kristen Karma | Believe (Acoustic Version)

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Believe (Acoustic Version)

by Kristen Karma

Kristen Karma steps away from her previous hard hitting Electronic Pop sound to bring you this emotional acoustic ballad in support of the Canadian Cancer Society.
Genre: Pop: Today's Top 40
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1. Believe (Acoustic Version) [feat. Kazz]
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Kristen Karma’s music career has already blossomed in the pop/dance scene in her hometown of Vancouver. Newly located to Toronto, Kristen Karma is no stranger to the ever growing music industry.

Even though much of her formative years were devoted to a theoretical and exacting world of ballet lessons, Air Cadets, Military Marching Bands, and The Royal Conservatory of Music, some of the only evidence that remains of her past is the neon pink tulle that shoots out from under her black corset. It’s undeniable—Kristen Karma is a band nerd. But she is a band nerd who might punch you in the face for showing up late to practice.

Kristen Karma steps away from her previous hard hitting Electronic Pop sound to bring you this emotional acoustic ballad in support of the Canadian Cancer Society. Already garnering rave reviews with the positive message sung throughout, the strong collaboration of melodic piano and raw emotions sees Kristen moving in a new phase of her career.

Kristen Karma is taking control of her own destiny with a Gold Award in one hand (personally given to her by HRH Prince Edward in 2009) and a black corset in the other. She effortlessly walks the line between an organized and responsibly rehearsed persona who has spent years studying the theory behind her music, and her alter ego who cannot refrain from gallivanting all over the stage during her pop/electronic performances. Karma not only wields a certificate in Audio Engineering from Hot Sole Music, but has studied voice with Judith Rabinovitch, who has worked with the likes of Avril Lavigne and Sarah McLachlan.

Kristen teamed up with Jordan King and the Toronto based company The Kommunity, to bring you this emotionally dramatic pop single, ‘Believe’.

Her previous EP, Destination Unknown, garnered critical success with numerous positive reviews, but Karma’s recordings are far from her only facet that is gaining positive attention from the press. Kristen Karma lives for the stage, and it shows. “She plays as if it’s her last time she’s ever going to be playing,” reports DJ Spencer in a review (December 2011). Karma herself recounts stories of being drawn to the stage from an early age, saying, “Before the age of five, I would gravitate to the stage no matter who was playing. If I could, I would get up on stage and dance with the singers.” It is this kind of driven and simultaneously care-free attitude that has propelled Kristen Karma deeper and deeper into a professional career in music.

Karma continues to wow audiences with her energetic live performances, and she does it all with a neon pink microphone in hand.

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