De Barge’s ancestors on her mother's side include, 6th great grandfathers Robert Sevier and Charles Robertson, 5th great grand uncles John Sevier and James Robertson (first members of the Watauga Association/founding fathers of Tennessee), 11th great grandfather Roger Williams (founder of the First Baptist Church in America, also known as the First Baptist Church of Providence is her mother’s first cousin twice removed.

At 14, De Barge was introduced to Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds.

Age: 27 (3/8/1990)Occupation: Music - Singer Most Famous For: Goodbye, single "When you have four children together, you're always going to have a connection.

Whether that's to learn or to procreate, I don't know.

It is not clear if this ancestry has been documented/verified.

Kristinia’s paternal grandparents are Robert David Louis De Barge, Sr.

When she was 12, her father took her into a recording studio where they worked until 4 A. recording a duet titled "How I Feel Inside", which made her father realize that she was serious about beginning a singing career.

During the summer of 2003 she was a contestant on the American Idol spin-off, American Juniors.

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.

Kristina’s paternal grandmother was African-American. Kristina’s mother has Mexican (including Spanish, and smaller amounts of Indigenous Mexican and African, ancestry), as well as more distant English, Irish, Welsh, 1/16th Danish, 1/16th Norwegian, and 1/512th Icelandic, ancestry.