PMPC’s Star Awards for Music Most Promising Female Artist Christi Fider stirs up emotions anew and pulls the heartstrings of the brokenhearted and lovelorn with “Heto Na Naman,” a ballad written by award winning musical composer and Pinoy hitmaker Joven Tan.
Tan describes his latest pop ditty for Fider as a “hugot song with spoken words.”
“I want people to hear how deep and wide her emotional range is. Through this song, they will see a different side to her. She’s not just sugar and spice. She’s nice and sweet. She is a young woman who also knows the pain caused by romantic feelings,” Tan shares.
Meanwhile, Fider shares her thoughts on her winning in the Star Awards. She said it was very unexpected.
“I don’t have any idea about it at first. I’m super grateful for the award. Thankful din for PMPC for the award kasi binibigyan nila ng chance yung mga new talents/artists like me,” she says.
Talking about “Heto Na Naman,” the Bubble Gum Pop Princess took it as a challenge because the song is different from the previous music she released.
“My first single ‘Teka,Teka,Teka’ is very light and bubbly, while ‘Heto Na Naman’ is the opposite. Since I’m still in the stage of trying out different genres of course na-excite ako to record this one.”
She carries on: “Since I’m an NBSB (no boyfriend since birth), people may think na never akong nagkaproblem when it comes to love life. Actually it’s the other way around. Kaya when I heard this song, I can still relate kasi even though I haven’t really found the right person to love I’m still willing to try to meet people until mahanap ko yung right person for me.”
In her own words, Christi tells the story behind the song: “The song is about giving love endless chances. I feel like nature na yun ng tao na kahit paulit-ulit tayong nasasaktan, hindi tayo napapagod magmahal ulit. Even if mag give up na tayo sa love, once may mameet tayong person na we feel like there’s a chance na he/she might me the right one, we will still give it a chance kahit alam natin na we might get hurt again.”
The lovely miss comes clean with her feelings about loss and heartbreak stating that when it comes to love life, she’s the type of person who has experienced so many things despite not being in a romantic relationship yet.
So maybe I haven’t really been in love talaga. Pero when you come to think of it maybe we need to experience hardships and heartbreaks to prepare us para once we meet the right person we know how to value that relationship. I believe that everything happens for a reason,” she relates.
“Heto Na Naman” is now available on Spotify and is distributed by Ivory Records.
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