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Rising star Kyline Alcantara scores a record deal

Kambal, Karibal actress Kyline Alcantara is on her way to making another dream a reality when she signed a recording contract with GMA Records last week.

Present in the contract signing were GMA Records Managing Director Rene Salta, Senior Assistant Vice President for Alternative Productions Gigi S. Lara, GMA Artist Center Senior Talent Manager Vic Del Rosario, GMA Records A&R Manager Kedy Sanchez, co-manager Manny Vallester and mother Rowena Alcantara.

The Kapuso star shares that being a recording artist has always been her dream, and with her online covers hitting thousands of likes and views, Kyline is ready to make that dream into a reality. She is set to release an official single and a full album under GMA Records in the coming months.

“Before entering show business, I was really wishing to be a recording artist,” Kyline shares. 

Kyline Alcantara will soon record an album under GMA Records.
She also reveals her plans for a concert, where she can showcase her passion to perform, 

“For the past few years, we’ve been planning on what to do in case I would have a concert, and now that I’m with GMA Records, I hope we could execute those plans.”

What’s also striking about Kyline apart from her excellent acting is her passion to share her craft with her fans, which she calls her “sunflowers.” She dedicates this milestone to them and does not forget to acknowledge that her fans are the reason behind her achievements.

 “This is the chapter of my life where I strive really hard to be successful, I hope the ‘sunflowers’ appreciate all the things that I do,” Kyline says.

Kyline will appear on Spotlight Music Sessions this month, and will have an OPM cover session in time for Mother’s Day this May.

Topics: Kambal , Karibal , Kyline Alcantara , GMA Records , recording artist , Spotlight Music Sessions
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