Karena Evans is the video Goddess that will make you say “Have Mercy” or be “ Nice For What”. If you don’t understand why, just know that both of these videos performed by hit artist Chloe Bailey and Drake have Karena’s touch of reign on it.
It all makes sense with Sagittarius work ethics at hand. Karena Evans was born December 17th and hails from Toronto, Canada.
She began as an intern for the hugely-successful Director X and continued her career as a director for Sean Paul and a ‘Black Lives Matter’ short for Nike.
Karen Evans was destined to become a hit in the directing field as it was “God’s Plan” for Drake that not only went viral but also lent aid as charity to others in need.
Evans directed Drake’s ‘Nice For What‘, ‘I’m Upset‘ and ‘In My Feelings‘.
So why is Karena so successful?
In an interview with Complex she said, “ I don’t shy away from the nerves, I think when I feel the nerves, and I always feel nerves, it’s an understanding for me that I really care about what I’m doing and I really care about ensuring that I do justice to the story, and I tell the story in the best way that I can.”
Other creations include SZA’s ‘Garden (Say It Like Dat)‘ and Coldplay’s ‘Everyday Life‘, Starz series P-Valley, FX’s Snowfall and the 2021 sequel to Gossip Girl.
Karena’s destiny has brought her in front of the screen as well in the Canadian drama film, Firecrackers, and the series Mary Kills People.
Being the next in demand director Karena admits in an interview with Issa Rae that he is a bit controlling but working on it. “There is a necessary degree of confidence and control that you need to have in this position, but I think there is also a healthy degree of surrender.” She continued saying “ I just listen and I listen to what my gut is saying”.
According to HTC, Her next directing project will be episode 8 of FX series, Y: The Last Man. The show will premiere on Hulu on September 13th, 2021 and we predict episode 8 will air on October 18th.