Superwoman” singer Karyn White put her duty as a mother first when she stepped away from music seventeen years ago. Now that her daughter has entered college, White will transition back to her music career as an empty nester.
“It was just really hard for me to split myself and be a mother…for me! I mean some people do it, but this industry requires so much from you. I was at that point where they wanted me to go to that next level, so it was a bit of a sacrifice for me,” White told UrbanBridgez.
She added: “I didn’t realize this would all help me in the end. Because in today’s world being a brand is everything like with the reality shows!”
White continues to create records that uplift women, from her classic song “Superwoman” to her new single “Sista, Sista.”
“I’m always speaking to my sisters of courseâ¦So to put out a song about strength and unity and to pick up where ‘Superwoman’ left off. ‘Superwoman’ was really about a man and Sista, Sista is really about the women and this is for the Sistas,” explains the Grammy nominated singer.
White plans to release her new album ‘Carpe Diem’ in 2012.The set will showcase “heartfelt retro acoustic soulful flare” cuts and will feature a cover of Cyndi Lauper’s 1986 chart topping hit, “True Colors.”
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