Kyle Echarri evolves from cutesy kid singer to bankable star
posted June 19, 2021 at 08:10 pm
By Amira Danica Pasion
Singer and screen actor Kyle Echarri is unwrapping big surprises for his fans with a birthday concert, which was also conceived to promote his new album New Views.
Last month, Kyle surprised his fans when he announced that he would be celebrating his birthday (he turns 18 today, June 20) with his fans via a digital show to express how much he appreciates their unparalleled support.
In his Instagram post, he mentioned that this concert would be open for all as it will be streamed live via Kumu channel.
Kyle invited his supporters to join the digital event, which also serves as a celebration of his career milestones that make him one of the bankable stars of his generation.
“As my way of saying thank you for being a big part of my journey, six years in the industry, I am holding this virtual concert for everyone,” Kyle stated in his Instagram post.
Speaking to Manila Standard Entertainment in a virtual event on Thursday, The Gold Squad member shared that his virtual birthday concert is his way to give back to his supporters.
“It’s very important for me to be able to spend time with my fans even if it’s just virtual. And I’m thankful that I was given this platform to spend my actual birthday with the fans and sing a bundle of new songs for them,” Kyle stated further saying that viewers will get the first chance to see him perform the songs in his new album.
Regarding his latest album New Views, the singer included seven songs that also presented collaborations with different artists such as Seth Fedelin and Arvey.
Besides Kyle’s live performance at his virtual birthday concert, he also revealed some of the special guests present at the fan con.
Through his Instagram posts, he disclosed that some of the guests are Zephanie Dimaranan, Moira Dela Torre, AC Bonifacio, and Darren Espanto.
As Kyle achieved such goals in his career, the singer explained that he is still the Kyle Echarri that people knew from the start.
“Hindi po talaga ako magbabago, I’m still always very humbled and blessed. At the end of the day, I know where I came from and I am very thankful to everyone that has supported me since day one,” Kyle stated.
In line with this, the singer admittedly shared that his inspiration in music does not also change as he still looks forward to Justine Bieber as his music idol.
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