Comeback diva Sheryn Regis belts out ‘ghosting tale’ in new song

Power belter Sheryn Regis chronicles the pain of being ghosted in “Tulad ng Dati,” her ABS-CBN single released under Star Music. 

The ballad, which the diva dropped on various music streaming services on Friday (March 26), ponders on one’s experience of rejection and trying to find answers after she is left hanging on to the feelings without apparent warning. 

Singer Sheryl Regis drops her comeback single ‘Tulad ng Dati’ released under ABS-CBN’s Star Music.
“This is my first original song after 10 years that I’ve been away from the Philippines. Ito ang kantang maraming makaka-relate kasi maraming nakaka-relate sa ghosting at sa sakit ng pagmamahal,” Sheryn said. 

The forlorn single, inspired by the many stories of breakups during the pandemic, is a composition of Kiko Salazar and produced by March On Entertainment. 

It features Sheryn’s signature sound in a fresh indie-pop tune that focuses on intimate storytelling rather than vocal acrobatics.

Sheryn has lent her voice for various ABS-CBN television series theme songs and has four multi-platinum awarded albums and five gold record awards under her belt. Her exposure to different genres like country, rock, R&B, and gospel during her US residency has geared her up for a powerful OPM comeback this 2021.

She proved her exceptional musical abilities once again in her performance at the Himig 11th Edition finals night held two Sundays ago. She currently hosts Kalderoke: The Singing and Cooking Showdown on Kapamilya Channel.

Topics: Sheryn Regis , Tulad ng Dati , Kiko Salazar , ABS-CBN
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