Multiplatinum-selling artist Angeline Quinto explores the twists and turns in her love life and heartbreaks in her all-new album “@LoveAngelineQuinto,” which features mostly originals, including one of her compositions.
“All the songs in this album are love songs. I think I’ve experienced all the situations in love and relationships,” said Angeline, who is celebrating her sixth anniversary in showbiz this year.
Released as the album’s first single “At Ang Hirap” – tagged as the “most heartbreaking song of 2017” – composed by pop rock princess Yeng Constantino and produced by Jonathan Manalo, chronicles the struggles of coping with a fresh break-up.
The Queen of Teleserye Theme Song’s return to recording also features the upbeat “Para Bang, Para Lang,” a song she dedicates to her mother. It is also Angeline’s second composition that she recorded, after “Sana Sana” off of her 2013 album “Higher Love.”
Serving as one of the highlights in “@#LoveAngelineQUinto” is the relatable “Paano Ba Ang Huwag Kang Mahalin,” the first-ever song written by Darla that narrates the pain of letting go.
Also included in the album is another Yeng composition, “’Di Na Tayo,” as well as Angeline’s duet with Michael Pangilinan and the 5th Best Song in the Himig Handog P-Pop Love Songs 2016 “Parang Tayo Pero Hindi.”
Completing the track list are the acoustic remix of “Para Bang, Para Lang,” and covers of Jeremiah’s “Nanghihinayang” and the sweeping ballad “Kailangan Kita,” and originals “Awit Ng Pag-ibig” and “Ang Pag-ibig Ko’y Ikaw,” – both declarations of love.
“@LoveAngelineQuinto,” produced by Jonathan Manalo, is now available at all record bars nationwide for only Php299. It can also be streamed on Apple Music and Spotify. The full album, meanwhile, is available for download in digital stores on Janaury 29.
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Unang kantang sinulat ni Darla, tampok din sa “@LoveAngelineQuinto”
ANGELINE, MARAMING HUGOT SA LOVE LIFE SA BAGONG ALBUM
Iba’t ibang awitin tungkol sa saya at pagkabigo sa pag-ibig ang tampok sa pinakabagong album ng Queen of Teleserye Theme Songs at multiplatinum-selling artist na si Angeline Quinto.
“Lahat ng kanta sa album na ‘to, love songs. Lahat yata ng sitwasyon sa pagmamahal naranasan ko,” pahayag ni Angeline, na ipinagdiriwang ang ikaanim na anniversary niya sa showbiz ngayong taon.
Tampok sa album ang unang single nitong binansagang “most heartbreaking song of 2017,” ang “At Ang Hirap,” na isinulat ng pop rock princess na si Yeng Constantino at ipinrodus naman ni Jonathan Manalo, tungkol sa hirap ng pagmo-move on mula sa isang hiwalayan.
Sa pagbabalik naman ni Angeline sa recording, mapapakinggan din ang isa na naman niyang komposisyon, ang “Para Bang, Para Lang” na idine-dedicate niya sa kanyang ina. Ito na ang pangalawang kantang isinulat at ini-record ni Angeline matapos ang “Sana Sana” mula sa 2013 album niyang “Higher Love.”
Sigurado namang makaka-relate ang fans sa awiting “Paano Ba Ang Huwag Kang Mahalin,” ang kauna-unahang kantang isinulat ng TV writer at online personality na si Darla Sauler na nag-uumapaw sa hugot.
Kasama rin sa track list ng“@#LoveAngelineQUinto” ang isa pang komposisyon ni Yeng na “’Di Na Tayo,” pati na ang duet nina Angeline at Michael Panganiban na “Parang Tayo Pero Hindi,” na nanalong 5th Best Song of Himig Handog P-Pop Love Songs 2016.
Tampok din dito ang acoustic remix ng “Para Bang, Para Lang,” ang covers ng “Nanghihinayang” ng Jeremiah at ballad na “Kailangan Kita,” at originals na “Awit Ng Pag-ibig”, at “Ang Pag-ibig Ko’y Ikaw.”
Ang “@LoveAngelineQuinto” ay ipinrodus ni Jonathan Manalo. Mabibili na ito sa record bars nationwide sa halagang P299 lamang. Maaari na rin itong ma-stream sa Apple Music at Spotify. Magiging available naman ang buong album sa digital stores sa Enero 29.
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