She was later nominated for two Latin Grammy awards for Best New Artist and Best Alternative Song but lost to Kany García and Volver a Comenzar by Café Tacuba respectively.
In 2007, she contributed vocals for the song "Valenciana" in the album Extempore by the Ensenada-based nujazz band Kobol.
She also appeared in a short film called De paso in 2005.
She would often be seen singing and dancing and dressed up in costumes as a child.
When Sariñana was 7 years old, her neighbor, singer Cecilia Toussaint, suggested she should take singing lessons with her teacher, Ricardo Sánchez, who instructed some of Mexico's biggest talents. In 1994, Sariñana acted in the film, Hasta morir (English: 'Til Death Sariñana was educated at the Academia de Musica Fermatta, a performing arts school and Edron Academy, a private multi-lingual school, both located in Mexico City.
The album's first single, "Different", was released in June 2011.
Shine Down was released as a promotional single in summer 2011.
It was released on her You Tube account on September 18, 2014.