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She worked with him for five years and, two days before her nineteenth birthday, signed to a new division of Island Def Jam Records founded by Edmonds and Jeff Burroughs called Sodapop Records.
De Barge's first single "Goodbye" off her debut album Exposed was released in April 2009.
However, she was not one of the five to progress from that group into the final ten. Her father is of African American, English and French Canadian descent.
Her mother is of Mexican, Irish, Scottish, English, Norwegian, Spanish and French descent.
In fact, she was accused of sleeping with a couple of producers to get hit songs, and the accusations were made by Pepa’s hair stylist, Troy.
Kristinia is furious about the rumors, and responded on social media.
In October 2012, the "Cry Wolf" music video was premiered on her VEVO artist page.
On November 9, 2012, De Barge made her acting debut in "Christmas in Compton" starring Keith David, Omar Gooding, Sheryl Lee Ralph and Eric Roberts.
The 50-year-old performer is currently pregnant and she announced the news in May.De Barge's ancestors on her mother's side include, 6th great grandfather Robert Sevier and 6th great granduncle John Sevier (first member of the Watauga Association/founding father of Tennessee), and first cousin twice removed Elías Nandino, a Mexican poet and confidant of Frida Kahlo.At 14, De Barge was introduced to Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds.On May 29, 2013, De Barge released another single from the album, "Higher". On July 8, 2015, WE tv announced it would mine the stories of real-life rap industry families on "Growing Up Hip Hop." Set to air January 7, 2016, the six-episode reality series stars De Barge, Angela Simmons, Damon "Boogie" Dash, Romeo Miller, Egypt Criss, and TJ Mizell and some of their famous parents appeared on the show.De Barge was featured on Redrama's new single and music video "Let Go" on January 17, 2014. De Barge announced in an interview on September 2015 that she would be releasing a new studio album around the premiere of Growing Up Hip Hop.