The out-of-the-box offering is a two-night live concert dubbed ElectroSITTI and to be held at the Music Museum (1502 in Greenhills, San Juan), 8 p.m. on Nov. 25 and 26.
Sitti is collaborating with her friend and EDM master DJ Silverfilter. She hopes to please a good number of younger-generation music fans.
Sitti shares, “It’s both exciting and challenging to do something you’re not known for. I became friends with artists from the EDM community and I thought of embracing the genre and tie it up with the 10th anniversary of the release of my first album Café Bossa.”
It was released in January 2006 and spawned hit singles including “Para Sa Akin” and her versions of “I Didn’t Know I Was Looking For Love” and “Tattooed On My Mind.” By September that year, the album was certified double platinum, with over 60,000 units sold.
ElectoSITTI, also serving as Sitti’s birthday concert as she turns 32.
And the loud and festive birthday party begins.
“I’m having fun doing EDM and I am working on a new album that will showcase my experimentation with it. I like to introduce myself to the younger market,” explains Sitti who is visually glowing a year after tying the knot with the love of her life, businessman and music aficionado Joey Ramirez.
The multi-talented charming woman, who is also into acting both on stage, having performed in Katy The Musical and Spring Awakening, and on TV, appearing in ABS-CBN shows Isabella and Your Song will have rapper Looney and balladeer Jason Dy as guests. The UST Percussion Ensemble will also be on stage to share the spotlight with her.
She is managed by Asian Artists Agency and is signed with MCA Music major record label which, by coincidence, asked her to employ electronic music for her new album.
Fans have something more to feel excited about as Sitti already wrote a couple of songs called “Tangled” and “Bid Your Love” and will unleash both live and ground-shaking come ElectroSITTI nights.
Sitti has come a long way since performing in her first gig at a hotel on Roxas Boulevard that since changed its name today.
She noted, “You got to pay your dues to make it. I did that for four years before getting my big break. There will be ups and downs in anybody’s career but the important thing is you are enjoying the gig and you always welcome change.”
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