Asia’s Romantic Balladeer Christian Bautista performs at the Music Museum recently for the launch of his latest album “Kapit.”
For more than 15 songs, Christian had the audience singing earnestly with his timeless popular hits and covers including, “Colour Everywhere,” “Afraid for Love to Fade,” “Ngiti,” “I’m Already King,” and “The Way You Look at Me.”
With numerous critically-acclaimed hits and several acting stints, Christian has already made an incredible mark in the entertainment industry.
Kapit promises lyrical masterpieces, original melodic ballads, and a pristine voice only Christian Bautista can offer. “This album is a journey to find my next music path, a challenge to write more songs and to continue writing songs for others,” reveals Christian. Continue reading →
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Asia’s Romantic Balladeer Christian Bautista has spent his career crafting pop ballad hits like “The Way You Look at Me,” “Colour Everywhere” and “Hands to Heaven” after taking center stage at ABS-CBN’s “Star in a Million” as a finalist. Being considered as one of the most proficient vocal ranges that can be found in Filipino ballads, he has an interesting flair in songs that are blending genres.
Christian Bautista: Backtrack
His first self-titled debut record, Christian Bautista, was a multi-platinum album that has built his career on soulful ballads and stirring love songs that are clearly reflected in his other successive albums and repertoire. This distinction enabled him to reach a wide audience demographic and provided him a different perspective for new listeners into the extent of his talent.