“My current single, ‘Chinito Problems’ was just originally meant for digital release. That’s why I feel so blessed when we eventually worked on a full album containing my type of music that my followers will surely appreciate too,” said Enchong, adding that he dreamt of becoming a singer since he was nine.
Aware of other actor-singers who have also released albums, Enchong believes his musical career is distinct from fellow Kapamilya heartthrobs like Daniel Padilla, Xian Lim, and Enrique Gil.
“All of us have something special to offer. In fact, if you’ll listen to my songs, you can easily tell that it’s me. When you play my album, it’s as if you’re bonding with me and loving what I love. It’s pure fun and dancing,” he said.
Aside from his radio hit single “Chinito Problems,” Enchong’s six-track album also features his own song titled “Isip o Puso,” which he composed during the promotion of “Once a Princess,” his reunion movie project with love team partner Erich Gonzales.
“Everyone can relate with the songs in my album. There’s something for those who are in-love, heartbroken, and even those who just love to dance and have fun,” said the 26-year-old actor-singer, whose musical influences range from ’90s boybands such as Backstreet Boys and ‘N Sync, to music icons such as Michael Jackson, Josh Groban, and Usher.
Completing the tracklist of Enchong’s album are “Step No Step Yes,” “Hanggang Dito Na Lang,” “Seloso” and “Tambalang OMG,” which he sang with Kapamilya leading lady star Alex Gonzaga. It also includes the alternative version of “Step No Step Yes” and minus one versions of all the songs.
The digital version of Enchong’s self-titled debut album is now available worldwide via www.mymusicstore.com.ph and iTunes. The CD is available for only P199 at all record bars nationwide beginning October 7.
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