It also exhibited how the Pop Rock Princess has grown into a more confident performer, artist.
“Proud ako of this concert because I can really say na involved ako sa bawat stage ng concert na ‘to,” says Yeng. “I am very thankful that Cornerstone and my manager Erickson Raymundo supported my vision for the show.”
Erickson, on the other hand, noted how Yeng has significantly, effectively evolved throughout the years and said that the Hawak Kamay singer-composer has truly come into her own distinct look, brand of music.
“She is truly a young music icon,” adds Erickson. “And, we are very proud of her.”
Ok Lang Maging Single sa Valentines is undeniably the kind of concert that only a performer like Yeng could pull off.
Throughout the concert, directed by Dido Camara, Yeng belted out songs with so much ease, clarity, honesty, character, and confidence.
Yeng started the show on a high note with her rendition of Bon Jovi’s You Give Love A Bad Name. The jampacked Music Museum stood and danced in support of their Pop Rock Princess.
Throughout the concert, she exhibited excellent command of her performance and audience while belting out songs with so much ease, clarity, honesty and confidence.
Yeng also performed her versions of Adele’s Someone Like You and Alicia Keys’ If I Aint Got You.
Three special medleys were also included in the repertoire that tackled different love themes – Being Single (Mahirap Magmahal ng Syota ng Iba, Mr. Kupido, Kung Ako Na Lang Sana, Pers Lab), Being Alone (Goodbye To Love, Hiding Inside Myself, Bluer Than Blue), and Hope (Wag Na Matakot, Umaaraw, Umuulan, 214, With A Smile).
Yeng was joined by Jovit Baldivino in a special duet of the latter’s hit Too Much Love Will Kill You. Paolo Valenciano, meanwhile, had a Kamusta Ka Na-Tag-Ulan duet with the Pop Rock Princess.
Her current single Pag-Ibig was also performed to the delight of her fans, which packed the entire venue. Erik Santos, Richard Poon, Christian Bautista, Rachelle Ann Go, Yael Yuzon, K-la Rivera, and Yael Yuzon also supported Yeng. Sam Milby, who is now in the US, opened the show with a special VTR as Yeng’s ex-boyfriend.
She closed her concert the same way she started it – on a high note with another Bon Jovi song It’s My Life.