Teen singer Zephanie landed on Spotify’s local editorial playlists through her newest single “Sabihin Mo Na Lang Kasi,” taking a spot on multiple music playlists that train the spotlight on rising and leading OPM songs.
“I was kind of worried if people would like it since it’s different from my other singles. But when I started receiving and seeing comments about my song, it was such a relief that people liked it,” the young artist shared.
The sentimental acoustic track is currently featured in Spotify Philippines’ “OPM Rising” and “Pinoy Love Ballad” editorial playlists that promote new releases by OPM artists and rounds up ‘light and sugary’ OPM tracks respectively.
It also previously enjoyed inclusion in “Tatak Pinoy” editorial playlist which lists down the current leading OPM songs.
“Sabihin Mo Na Lang Kasi” is unlike the “Idol PH” winner’s earlier releases, as it tackles not the bliss of young love, but its looming end. It’s a brave take on an impending breakup, with the singer provoking her partner, to be honest about what he truly feels about their relationship.
Prior to her latest single, the talented vocalist sang the theme song of the Star Cinema film James and Pat and Dave with her catchy version of Gloc-9’s “Simpleng Tao,” which succeeded her third release, “Pangako Ko.”
Meanwhile, Zephanie teased upcoming projects that she will be busy with for the remaining months of 2020, including the possibility of reviving more OPM songs due to the success of her YouTube song covers.
“Before I had my original songs, doing song covers on YouTube was something I usually did and it’s amazing that people can discover or listen to anyone who wants to share their own version or style of a song,” she explained. “I want to try my best to be one of the artists who keeps our OPM alive.”
Zephanie’s performance video of “Sabihin Mo Na Lang Kasi” is now available on Star Music’s YouTube channel and on various digital streaming services.
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