Rising music sensation Angelique Sabrina is the new face of Cable Bahamas
Published: Jun 21, 2013
Rising Bahamian music sensation, Angelique Sabrina has inked a deal to become the new face of Cable Bahamas. The 15-year-old will represent the communication company’s full line of products and services.
Angelique who graduated high school, just one week ago, with academic excellence, has already launched an international music career. Her single “Stop Sign” featuring Shontelle has seen significant airplay in both major radio markets and music video outlets in the United States.
The “Stop Sign” music video has seen frequent airplay on MTV HITS and was recently added to Music Choice, reaching 50 million households. It is also playing in many significant retail/entertainment establishments in the United States.
She recently performed live on stage with rap megastar Flo Rida, performed a tribute to Sir Sidney Poitier at the naming of one of the bridges to Paradise Island, and performed at the Apollo Theatre’s first annual Harlem Healthy Soul Festival.
“I am very excited to be teaming up with Cable Bahamas,” said Angelique. “It is important for me to continue to partner with companies that represent my home and I feel that this partnership gives me the perfect platform.”
Angelique Sabrina began her rise last summer with her song “Pull Up” that quickly became an international dance sensation, inspired by the song’s music video with its distinctive steps that were even performed by more than 400 NBA, NFL and MLS cheerleaders for a music video remix.
In performance, Angelique Sabrina is what is considered a triple threat — singer, dancer and actress.
"Angelique was born to be a singer and entertainer,” said Gregg White, Angelique’s father and co-manager. “When she sat her mom and me down at 12 years old and proclaimed to us that this is her calling in life, we were not surprised. We immediately committed to be 100 percent by her side with our full family support. Our family has always been very musical and I personally have many years of experience as a producer and manager in the entertainment industry, so my first role is always to guide and protect her as she forges her path to amazing heights.”
Cable Bahamas marketing head, David Burrows said the alliance with Angelique Sabrina makes perfect sense.
“Angelique Sabrina is a young outstanding talent, with determination, an innovative style and a commitment to being the best at everything she does,” said Burrows. “These are all similar characteristics that drive Cable Bahamas as we continue to revolutionize technology, telecommunications and entertainment products in The Bahamas, so we see many parallels between who we are and who Angelique is.”
Cable Bahamas has already begun working with Angelique Sabrina on several new projects that will be released over the next few months.
Cable Bahamas has a longstanding record of working with and promoting excellent Bahamian talent, including Olympic gold medalist Debbie Ferguson when the company first launched its broadband Internet service in 2000, the National Dance Company, Fred Ferguson, Matthew Wildgoose, Dana Ferguson, Autumn-Joy and Tony Lowe.