It’s no secret that since winning the second season of The Voice of the Philippines, Jason Dy has become one of the best singers in the country today. And it seems that Jason is set to become a major international music star as well especially that he’s taken a huge step towards that direction after he and Fazura recently went on a promo tour for their collaboration entitled “Nothing Like Pag-ibig” which was written by Jungee Marcelo, and released by MCA Music.
Earlier this month, Jason was in Malaysia with Fazura for a rather busy promo tour for “Nothing Like Pag-ibig.” Both artists did several TV and radio guesting to perform their collaboration. Among the most notable performances, however, was at the gala night of the ASEAN International Film Festival & Awards last May 6 which was attended by big names such as the Philippines’ very own Benjamin Alves, Cherie Gil, Jaclyn Jose, Marlo Mortel and Nora Aunor. Also in attendance was Rogue One: A Star Wars Story actor Donnie Yen along with other noted actors and actresses from all over Southeast Asia.
In case you don’t know it yet, Jason and Fazura also recorded a version of the song having the title “Nothing Like Cinta Ini” for the Malaysian market, and it’s quite well-received there too. That’s why it shouldn’t come as a surprise if Jason receives more opportunities in the future wherein he can showcase his remarkable talent on the international stage.
“Nothing Like Pag-ibig” and “Nothing Like Cinta Ini” are out on all digital platforms through streaming via Spotify, Spinnr, Apple Music and VEVO and through downloads via iTunes and Spinnr.
Check out the music video of “Nothing Like Pag-ibig” in the YouTube video below.
Do you think Jason Dy will become an international music star too? What are your thoughts on his collab with Fazura? Tell us in the comments section!
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