Christian Bautista grips relentless ballads on new record ‘Kapit’

Asia’s Romantic Balladeer Christian Bautista performs at the Music Museum recently for the launch of his latest album “Kapit.”Christian Bautista Kapit Launch (8)

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

Celebrating the Month of Love in Music

It’s the month of love and there’s no better way to celebrate love and all its forms but with music.

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This month, we’re celebrating love for music in one of the biggest events we look forward to every year – the Super Bowl Halftime show with performances from none less than the likes of Coldplay with special guests Beyonce and Bruno Mars, in what is dubbed as the celebration of the past half-century of pop music that highly influenced and inspired people and made histories.

There’s also the nostalgic kind of celebration as Asia’s premier vocal ensemble The CompanY commemorates their 30-year musical journey with a new album aptly called “Nostalgia.” For them, nostalgia is both looking into the past and letting it inspire them as they make their way to new boundaries in their career.

Just as the case of The CompanY, Journey’s Arnel Pineda continues to make waves as he recently signed a multi-deal for his solo projects and at the same time juggling tour schedules with his band.

The annual MYX Music Awards also celebrates and recognizes the Pinoy’s love of their own, as it rounds up the final list of nominated musicians and their songs that shaped and shook the OPM world this past year.

Surely not to miss as well is Justin Bieber’s applause-worthy comeback as he rises from scandals from the past two years, and proving to everyone that he’s learned his lessons quite well by coming up with back-to-back hits ever since revealing himself to the spotlight once again through his new album.

And finally, it’s also a celebration of lasting music legacy left by music icons David Bowie, Natalie Cole and Eagle’s Glenn Frey.

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