Venezuelan pop singer Karina's debut came in 1985 with the release of her first album, called Amor a Millón, produced by Rudy La Scala. Soon the enthusiastic young artist captured local attention, allowing her to make her following records, Sin Mascara in 1987 and Desde Mi Sueño in 1989, and get the song "Zapatos De Tacón Alto" climbing on the charts, as well as getting a role in the TV series Alba Marina. After issuing 1993's Esta Es Mi Vida, the singer decided to take a break. In 1996, Karina returned with a new album, called Renacer, also playing a role in the Latin soap opera Pecado de Amor, acting along with Víctor Camara. Adding up some dance-pop tunes, Karina's 1998 self-titled record included Amanda Miguel's power ballad "El Me Mintió" and a new hit called "Dejaré." ~ Drago Bonacich, Rovi