While in Atlanta, Bettina stopped by to chat with ATL Status about what’s coming up for her!
Watch the interview and read the article!
Rarely seen but widely heard artist “Bettina” steps out front with upcoming album
Posted on December 3, 2008 by atlstatus.
We’re 100% positive that you’ve heard this artist, although you may not have heard OF her. She’s already had considerable success doing voice work in video games, television & movies, but the difference this time is that she’s stepping out more from behind the curtain. Singer & actress Bettina is poised to make even larger waves in the entertainment industry while taking a similar stepping stone that Tyrese took before becoming more of a household name. When singer/actor Tyrese first made his presence known through the popular Coca-Cola commercials years ago the exposure became a springboard for releasing his albums & furthering his film career. Although both Los Angeles residents share similarities in terms of their paths to success, Bettina is a new pop artist who is gradually positioning herself for the same, if not greater, path to stardom. Chances are you’ve heard her voice work in various animated films as well as the singing voice on quite a number of McDonald’s commercials so she’s not exactly a rookie behind the scenes. While you’ve heard her voice, we caught up with her to also introduce you to her pretty face. Her single “She Is” climbed to #5 on the billboard charts & she’s readying a new album featuring a new single called “Cradle To The Grave”. We linked with the Los Angeles native to talk about her sound, the direction her career is moving into & the goals she has set for herself. Although she describes her musical sound as being “pop”, what we’ve heard so far feels like she could easily cross over into other musical genre’s such as country music. As of late quite a few artists such as Bobby Brown, Snoop Dogg, Lil Wayne have all expressed interest in NOT being pigeonholed into one genre of entertainment. Bettina is one of the those artists following the same script from music to movies & more.