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jue, 22 de jun



Red Carpet Record Release Party for Sasha Prendes

Sasha Prendes, an electrifying Cuban Kung Fu Cowgirl from Kansas, announces her arrival with the gleaming new pop hit, “Shake This”. Come celebrate, take a picture with the Artist on the Red Carpet and see her perform her Pop Hit #ShakeThis. (links below).

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Red Carpet Record Release Party for Sasha Prendes
Red Carpet Record Release Party for Sasha Prendes

Time & Location

22-jun, 9:30 p. m. – 11:30 p. m.

The DOME, 287 Park Ave S, New York, NY 10010, USA


About the event

Latin Kung Fu Cowgirl, Sasha  Prendes, is an electrifying Cuban-American Singer from Kansas. 

Come celebrate the release of her Pop Hit, “Shake This” 

Stream the single

watch the official music video

You are invited to take a picture with the artist and see her perform her song, this Thursday June 22nd 9:30PM at 287 Park Ave South at DOME. 

To RSVP, sign her mailing list. below, or

This instant pop hit will make you want  to shake off the mundane and embrace the vibrant spirit of her  intoxicating performance. Written and produced by the renown industry  veteran Darrell (D.) Lawrence, of AJA Live Inc., “Shake  This” channels Sasha’s fresh and witty approach to self-respect and  commitment with an expertly orchestrated fusion of sounds, seamlessly  blending Latin influences with contemporary pop elements. Lawrence's  production prowess provides the perfect foundation for Sasha’s smooth,  yet dynamic vocals and magnetic stage presence, creating a truly  irresistible musical experience that will wake you up from whatever is  dragging you down.   "’Shake This’ is literally the story of an out-loud declaration made in  the bathroom mirror after a (not so mutually agreed upon) separation  from a long-term love,” Sasha reveals. “Once all the smoke had cleared  after a very nasty argument, regret and immediate depression set in,  making it difficult to work, eat, and even breathe. Thoughts of how to  do away with and even plan one's own demise had set it. Every time one's  own reflection was seen, it was hated.”   “Then one day, while about to do the regular early morning grooming  rituals, the words ‘you have to shake this’ just came out,” she adds.  “All the reasons of why life is still vibrant, no matter how far down  the sadness hole one gets, came rushing back to mind. Family, friends,  great times, and the music that reminds one of all of it flooded the  consciousness. I began to write down exactly what I thought on random  bits of pieces of scrap papers and receipts from local grocery stores.”                                       


Growing up in one of the only Cuban families  in Kansas, Sasha taught herself to sing before she could speak, using  all-American Disney tapes and PBS’s Barney the Dinosaur. But  she was destined to make cultures interact. “I’m one of my only first  cousins to speak Spanish, they lost that language,” Sasha recalls. “But I  was lucky to be raised by my parents and grandparents who kept the  culture alive. It was a fun house, with parties where they would smoke  cigars and play dominoes. I was always singing, dancing, choreographing,  dressing up in costumes – I was the ringleader of all us cousins’  madness.”   Spotting Sasha’s talent at a young age, her parents got her music and  dance training; but the young artist had challenges to overcome that  left her shy, especially under the Internet’s scrutiny. Her father was a  martial arts pro, and Sasha followed in his footsteps for a time,  ultimately winning gold at the AAU National Black championship in Fort  Lauderdale when she was 14 years old. “But every time I veered away from  music in some way, it always pulled me back like my Northern Star,” she  says. “I am so blessed and grateful that I did follow that star.”   Introduced to veteran writer/producer/impresario Darrell Lawrence by a  mutual friend, each recognized their musical match, and they soon found  that they shared a classic artist/writer connection. “We communicate  telepathically,” laughs Sasha. “He’ll play me a song and I’m, like, how  did you know that just happened to me?” Darrell agrees, “As we found out  more about each other, I was able to interpret a lot of what she felt  instantly. Everything was infused with her personality.”        


The vibrant singer sashays through sensually  swinging dance tracks, with her trademark intelligence, humor, and  class. Teased by her tender, slightly husky phrasing, Sasha is joined on  “Shake This” by the Argentinian rapper, Sadier the Sensation, in a  melodic pan-Latin embrace of the Jersey-born, Kansas-raised singer’s  Cuban roots. “Now I love blending Spanish and English together in  songs,” Sasha adds, “because both languages embody who I am as a person  and an artist.”   “Shake This” is the first taste of a bold slate of new material that  Sasha will be releasing throughout 2023, a collection of future anthems  just waiting to make their debut. The release also marks the launch of  Lawrence’s new record label, AJA Live Inc., a conduit for his range of  upcoming musical enterprises, with the vivacious, glamorous Sasha  leading the charge. Stay tuned for continued updates, and keep an eye on  Sasha’s social media channels to hear what else she has in store this  year.

For more information on Sasha Prendes, please contact 

Jon Bleicher at Prospect PR, 973.330.1711 or 

Adriana Kaegi at LLC, 917.434.4821.

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