“Morissette is not just like any traditional diva who can hit high notes. She has a very distinct tone that can adapt to many music genres. And that versatility is something that we will showcase in her debut album with us,” said Star Records’ audio content head Jonathan Manalo.
After sealing the one-year recording contract, the 18-year-old Kapamilya singer announced that she is ready to give her all, and she’s not afraid of criticisms and intrigues, including that of being compared to her idol and coach in “The Voice,” Sarah Geronimo.
“Being compared with Coach Sarah is a given because since the beginning everyone knows that she is my idol,” said Morissette.
“Now, I’m just determined to hone my talent and offer something new to the public. I want to prove to them that I’m not just a ‘clone’ or a ‘second Sarah.’ I think I’m more than that,” she said.
When asked about the possibility of trying to do TV and movies, Morissette said she is open with the idea.
“Given the chance, I want to work with Enrique (Gil) and Sam (Concepcion). Since we’re already friends, we will be comfortable to work with each other,” said Morissette.
After performing the theme song of ABS-CBN’s afternoon drama series “Moon of Desire,” Morisette is currently busy promoting the song composed by Francis Louis Salazar titled “Akin Ka Na Lang,” which is one of the 15 song finalists at the “Himig Handog P-Pop Love Songs 2014.”
According to Star Creatives head Malou Santos and Star Music head Roxy Liquigan, Morissette will start working on her debut album after “Himig Handog.”
Also present at the contract signing were Morissette’s managers Carlo Orosa and David Cosico.
To listen to Morissette’s “Akin Ka Na Lang” and the rest of “Himig Handog P-Pop Love Songs 2014” finalists, log on to Starmusic.ph.
For more information about Morissette’s upcoming album, visit Star Records’ Facebook fan page at Facebook.com/starrecordsphil or follow @starrecordsph on Twitter.