Having great artists perform our songs and join our mission of creating quality music for children is a great privilege.

Artists who have collaborated with us

Karina Pasian

Karina is an amazing singer and an inspiration. It was a gift that she agreed to collaborate with us and we are immensely grateful that she is now part of our collective and shares the same passion for music as we do. To listen her voice singing our song The funky seasons is a real pleasure. She also has recorded with us the song Let’s all find the shapes, a very funny brazillian samba.


Hailing from Washington Heights, NYC, Karina Pasian is a natural-born performer and classically trained pianist/vocalist since the age of three. Karina’s career took off when Quincy Jones invited her to perform for him at his Bel-Air home. At twelve years old, she performed The Prayer with Andrea Bocelli at Quincy’s “We Are the Future” concert in Rome, and by the time she was fifteen years old, she was invited to perform at The White House for President George W. Bush in celebration of Black Music Month.

Karina quickly garnered the attention of industry heavyweights early on, resulting in a major-label bidding war between Bad Boy Records, Interscope Records, and Def Jam. She ultimately signed with Island/Def Jam Recordings through Jay-Z and L.A. Reid. In 2008, Karina released her first single 16 @ War, which entered the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. Her debut album First Loveeventually earned her a Grammy Nomination for Best Contemporary R&B Album.

In 2021, the artist entered the TV music contest The Voice Spain as part of Alejandro Sanz’s team. Karina became a finalist and one of the seasons favorite.

Vic Mirallas

Victor is an extraordinary musician. His talent as a performer is surpassed only by his talent as a composer and arranger. For the Grow up Singing team it is an honor that he has participated by singing with us the song Un mundo de color and that he is already part of our collective.


Vic Mirallas is a 24-year-old singer-songwriter from Barcelona, he also plays the saxophone and the clarinet. His musical training began at the age of 7 taking piano lessons, and three years later he went to the Barcelona Conservatory to study clarinet. He studied in Badalona for 2 years, gaining experience as a soloist, chamber music and orchestral performer. Although he has had the opportunity to continue studying classical clarinet at the Music School of Catalonia, he has discovered that his passion leads him more intensely towards contemporary music. In 2013 he got a scholarship to the Berklee College of Music, where he deepened his musical studies of voice, saxophone, clarinet and piano. Since 2015, Vic Mirallas has been a backing vocalist and saxophonist in the band that accompanies Alejandro Sanz live. He has also won various awards both in Catalonia and at the state level. He currently has his project as a solo artist and has two albums with his own songs full of collaborations with other artists.


It has been an exceptional experience collaborating with Cecé for the first time! She did an amazing job rapping on our new songs” right from the moment we asked her. It’s impressive to see a rapper who is passionate about educational music. 


Claudia Cedeño, better known as “Cecé,” is a Venezuelan artist and music producer interested in fusing Caribbean and popular sounds with various branches of hip-hop and other genres influenced by soul, jazz, and R&B. Her rhythms, her hoarse and sometimes broken voice along with her delicate phrasing immediately separate her from stereotypical figures. What characterizes Cecé apart from her versatility, is her ability to rap fluently and her ability to compose brilliantly. She is also an emotive voice capable of communicating the emotions in her songs.

In addition to opening doors to pleasant opportunities with her first three EP’s (Untitled, GEMINI and Jazzi-fy My Soul) she has traveled through Berlin, France and Spain where she currently resides. She has also been able to share the stage with groups and artists such as: Masta Quba, Ana Tijoux, Ander Draw, Mabreezee, Eudald Payés, L’Beel, KYNE, Escandaloso Xpósito, Las Ninyas del Corro, Elane, Indee, Pielroja, among others. She also collaborates and participates as lead vocalist in Hip Horns Brass Collective.

She is currently opening space in her artistic catalog to add a new proposal: “The Soul Kitchen” which has allowed the artist to rediscover her essence and thus conquer the public thanks to the staging alongside a music band.