After starring in several drama series like “The Good Daughter,” “Broken Vow,” “Unforgettable,” and “Adarna,” Kylie makes an attempt to broaden her bankability as an eduring entertainer by releasing her debut album with songs that she herself has composed and written. Titled “Seasons,” the album is said to be an intimate peek into her diary.
The lead single of the album is “Gitara,” a deeply personal song that defines the album’s direction. Starting off like a Taylor Swift track, “Gitara” portrays Kylie like a entirely different artist with vocals that shift from plaintive to powerful–almost fusing her acting with her singing. A closer observation reveals that Kylie has the hallmarks of a versatile recording artist: she possesses a sweet voice yet there is strength that allows her to play with notes effectively, change tones without effort, and belt out crescendos like she was built for power ballads.
“Seasons” is now available on digital format worldwide thru iTunes and Amazon and on CD format at Astroplus, Astro Vision, Odyssey Music and Video, The Landmark and SM Music and Video outlets nationwide.
Aside from the new album, Kylie is also gearing up for the upcoming epic drama series “Ilustrado” where she is being paired with Kapuso Golden Boy Alden Richards. “Ilustrado” is the very first daily soap opera to be produced by GMA News and Public Affairs and written by Ian Victoriano, Honee Alipio, Nowell Mamuyac Cuanang, Jayson Bernard Santos, Xiao Chua, Michael Charleston Briones Chua, Jules Katanyag and Ian Alfonso. The series will take viewers through Jose Rizal’s travels in Europe, including Rizal’s many romances, his rivalry with Filipinos abroad, his poverty and homesickness and his passion to write about his homeland.
Alden Richards will play the coveted role of Jose Rizal while Kylie will portray the young actor’s leading lady Leonor Rivera. The epicserye is scheduled to hit primetime on the last quarter of 2014.
Kylie Padilla Talks About Her Debut Album Part 1:
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