After a seven year-hiatus from recording, Vina Morales is back and celebrating three decades in the industry. She has just launched a commemorative album, Vina XXX, for Star Music.
According to the singer-actress, it is her way of thanking her fans who continue to support her singing and acting career.
“I’m grateful and inspired that I reached 30 years in the business. To reach 30 is a milestone. I never would have made it this far if it weren’t for the people who helped me,” said Vina. “And now I’m inspired more than ever to work some more and looking forward to giving back to my supporters through my album.”
The album has seven original tracks, a revival and minus one versions, including “Eres Mio” written by Rox Santos, and “Laro” by Edwin Marollano. It also includes a revival track, “Lagay ng Puso” by Raizo Chabeldin and Rox Santos originally sang by Brian Termulo.
Another must-hear for fans is a mother-daughter duet entitled “Pag-ibig Na Walang Hangganan,” written by Jungee Marcelo, which Vina sang with her seven-year-old daughter Ceana.
“My latest album is a dream come true because I was able to record a song with my daughter,” shared Vina. “She was shy at first but was able to sing her part very well.”
When asked if she’d want Ceana to follow in her footsteps, Vina said, “She will have my full support, but of course she needs to finish her studies.”
Completing the track list are Chie Floresca and Jonathan Manalo’s “Maghihintay Kailanman,” Jamie Rivera’s “I Want Love To Stay,” Atty. Loreto C. Ata’s “To Live For Each Other,” and a Theo Remix of Roque “Rox” B. Santos’ “Eres Mio.”
Vina XXX is now available at record bars nationwide for only P299. Digital tracks can also be downloaded via online music stores such as ABS-CBN Store, iTunes, Mymusicstore.com.ph, Amazon.com, OneMusic.ph, and Starmusic.ph.
For more information, visit Starmusic.ph or follow Star Music’s official social media accounts at Facebook.com/starrecordsphil, Twitter.com/starrecordsph and Instagram.com/Starmusicph.
Pambansang Bae Alden Richards will have his first solo concert entitled Upsurge produced by GMA Network and GMA Records on May 27 at the Kia Theatre.
With his bestselling albums for GMA Records, Wish I May and Say It Again, topping the charts and getting sold out in both digital and physical format, Alden is excited to perform live in front of his fans this coming May.
Under the stage direction of GB Sampedro, Upsurge promises a lot of visual surprises that fans should look forward to. It features Alden’s most requested songs, with Marvin Querido’s musical direction.
For more details, follow #AldenUpsurge on all the official social media accounts of GMA Network and GMA Records.
The former Miss World 2013 and Kapuso star recently flew to New York City and signed a five-year talent agency contract with the New York-based Innovative Artists Agency
As part of her contract, Megan Young will be assured of career growth, training, guidance, as well as promising opportunities and challenging projects to further hone her acting prowess on television or the silver screen.
Megan’s manager Arnold Vegafria, who accompanied her during the trip, is very optimistic about her latest conquest.
“With Megan’s talent and this company’s stewardship, we are optimistic that she will soon penetrate Hollywood, the rest of the United States, and maybe Europe as well,” he says.
According to its website’s profile, Innovative Artists Agency was established in 1982. They have expanded “into the areas of voiceover, commercials, beauty, comedy and hosting, and speakers; always affirming the company’s initial vision of aggressive service from highly experienced agents in an intimate setting. The company has offices in New York and Los Angeles. Among its current talents are Amanda Seyfried and Ashley Greene.
Present during the contract signing were Megan’s manager and ALV Talent Circuit president Arnold Vegafria, Innovative Artists Agency Executive Vice President Maury DiMauro, Megan, and Innovative Artists talent agent/producer Scott Kenyon.
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