Chinita princess marks 11th year in showbiz

Kapamilya recording artist and actress Kim Chiu celebrates 11 successful years in the industry with the launch of her new album for Star Music, Chinita Princess: Touch of Your Love.

The Ikaw Lang Ang Iibigin star has exceeded expectations when she ventured into making her own kind of music, and now, she is ready to prove her distinctive flair once again in her third album produced by Rox Santos.

Kim’s latest offering has five original tracks, with a bonus minus one track (song title). It is fittingly called “Touch of Your Love” as she explained in a recent Magandang Buhay interview. “All my songs here are about different types of love. There’s something on having a crush, on hoping to be adored in return, different touches of love,” she said.

Kim Chiu celebrates another milestone in her showbiz career 
The single “Okay Na Ako,” by Nica del Rosario, has already dominated the top spot in MOR 101.9 charts for several weeks now.

Other tracks in her album are “’Wag Kang Makulit” by Del Rosario and Hazel Faith, “Ipadarama” by Kiko Salazar, “Katok” by Jack Rufo and Yani Rufo, and “Yun Na, You Na” by Jungee Marcelo

The female singer already has several chart-topping songs in her portfolio -- “Peng Yu,” “Crazy Love,” “Falling For You,” and “Mr. Right.” Gwa Ai Di, her debut album that includes “Crazy Love,” achieved a gold record in 2008, and her hit song “Mr. Right” was cited as the “LSS Song of the Year” in MOR Pinoy Music Award 2016.

The physical album, priced at P199, is available on digital market. The single “Okay Na Ako” is now available in digital stores worldwide. 

Topics: Kim Chiu , Chinita Princess: Touch of Your Love
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