With several new projects on the horizon, New York-native and singer-songwriter, Karen Rodriguez, continues to stand out in the crowded Latin music marketplace. Her new single and music video, ‘No Me Verás Llorar,’ premiered recently worldwide and is taking the fans by storm.
The flamenco-infused song was produced by the Rude Boyz and co-written by Karen Rodriguez in Miami with a team of songwriters including Latin GRAMMY-nominated Mario Caceres, who received a nomination for his recent work on Maluma’s smash hit ‘Felices los 4.’ In addition to the release of ‘No Me Verás Llorar,’ TIDAL in partnership with American Family Insurance (AFI), launched a 6-episode docu-series titled, ‘The Process,’focused on Karen’s journey from setbacks to successes. The final episode of the series premiered recently and the full series is now available in its entirety here.
On October 3rd, Karen Rodríguez attended the empowering event, ‘Gotta Love Girls Gala,’ which was held at the World Trade Center, to support the dreams of young girls who want to become entertainers. The artist also performed at a Sennheiser Showcase in New York on October 7 as part of the “Shape the Future of Audio’ series hosted by The Digilogue and Sennheiser.
A fierce believer in the power of education to empower young people, Rodriguez presented an award to local Brooklyn teacher and honoree, Carrie Lynch, during the New York Daily News Hometown Heroes ceremony on October 5th at the Edison Ballroom in Times Square. “As a student who came up in the NYC school system, I understand the importance of having a positive teacher who brings a little bit of hope into her community. It’s an incredible opportunity to be a part of this event and I’m grateful to be able to present an award to a home town hero who cares about her students both inside and outside of school,” said the artist about the special event.
Karen Rodriguez’s inspirational success story began at a young age thanks to a music scholarship. She would eventually become the first bilingual finalist to compete on American Idol and would go on to work with some of the most important names in the industry such as Romeo Santos and Marc Anthony. Her bilingual covers of popular tracks turned her into a viral sensation and opened even more doors for the rising star.