Singer-songwriter Poppert Bernadas joins Ogie‘s ATeam

In continuing with its quest to promote impeccable singing and songwriting talent, ATeam (the Artist and Event management Company of Ogie Alcasid) welcomes Poppert Bernadas into its growing family of talented artists.

Poppert is no neophyte to the industry being a finalist in the second season of The Voice Philippines. He has tucked under his sleeve numerous iconic musical theater roles, as well as international performances as part of the Ryan Cayabyab Singers.

Singer and songwriter Poppert Bernadas is now part of the growing family of ATeam.
Singer and songwriter Poppert Bernadas is now part of the growing family of ATeam.
As ATeam’s newest talent, he is releasing a special Mothers Day tribute via the single “Payakap Inay,” the lyrics of which he penned, with music by Toto Sorioso. 

“The song speaks of my personal relationship with my late mom,” Poppert says.

Three years after his mother’s passing, Poppert put into words how he desperately wanted to cuddle with her, to temporarily escape the uncertainty and restlessness heightened by the COVID-19 pandemic.

“With all the negativity happening in the world, both young and old sometimes want to cry out for help and get reassurance from their moms. The poignant lyrics and melodic lines will touch your senses and move you to go get that yakap from Inay,” Poppert adds.

“Payakap Inay” is a hauntingly nostalgic song about the power of a mother’s embrace. It is a lullaby that brings back your longing for the comfort, relief, and overall peace that comes from her loving arms - the kind that you wish is never-ending.

Arranged by Toto Sorioso, the single is distributed by Star Music.

Topics: ATeam , Ogie Alcasid , Poppert Bernadas
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