Kelvin Miranda returns to his musical roots with ‘Slow Dance’

posted October 27, 2021 at 07:30 pm
by  Manila Standard Showbiz
Fast-rising film and television actor Kelvin Miranda takes his fans on a musical journey in his latest single under GMA Music, “Slow Dance,” released on Oct. 22. 

After winning the hearts of viewers as Marcus in Stories from the Heart: Loving Ms. Bridgette and as Chef Harvey in GMA Public Affairs’ fantasy-romance series The Lost Recipe, Kelvin goes back to his love for music with this sweet song. It tells the story of two young individuals transitioning from friends to lovers after their magical prom night.  

Actor Kelvin Miranda serenades his fans with his debut single ‘Slow Dance.’
Actor Kelvin Miranda serenades his fans with his debut single ‘Slow Dance.’
Written by Jomari Felices Jintalan, “Slow Dance” holds a special meaning in Kelvin’s heart since he dedicates it not only to everyone in a relationship but also to people from all walks of life who want to find hope and inspiration. 

“Everybody can relate to this song. This is not a love song for your special someone but a song you can also dedicate to your family and friends. I want this song to provide hope that someday we can all bond again together when this pandemic is over, and we will all just ‘slow dance,’” says Kelvin. 

He also said that the song can be interpreted as getting to know that special person in your life, slowly but surely, taking it one step at a time.  His hit-fantasy romance series The Lost Recipe with Mikee Quintos was recently awarded Best Editing and Best Visual or Special FX in TV or Feature Films at the 2021 Asian Academy Creative Awards.  Recently, he reunited with Mikee in “Regal Studio Presents: Promises to Keep.” 

Kelvin Miranda’s “Slow Dance” streams on Spotify, YouTube Music, Apple Music, and other digital stores worldwide.

Topics: Kelvin Miranda , Slow Dance , GMA Music
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