Ser Chief o Richard Yap first solo recording album is now promoted.
Actor Richard Yap is supplementing another plumage in his cap as he inked a deal for his first solo album with celebrity notes on Thursday.
According to Yap’s agreement with ABS-CBN’s record label, the album will contain wrappings and probably original songs -- including one in Chinese.
“We’ll be doing about eight to 10 pieces of music in this album, combination of Tagalog, English and perhaps one Chinese recital. I’m very excited because this is going to be a solo album. Hopefully matanggap ng mga tao yung ambisyon natin to be a singer,” he notified ABS-CBN report in an interview.
Yap said he has been musically inclined since he was juvenile and this opening to record his own album is like a illusion come true.
“Actually there was someone who liked to write initial pieces of music pero hindi pa namin napag-usapan. Most of them [covers] siguro. Hindi pa na-finalize so hindi ko pa alam,” he said.
inquired what genre of melodies he is into, Yap said: “More on ballad siguro. I like ballad and acoustic.”
‘Be very cautious With My Heart’ video
meantime, Yap shared that he is currently looking forward to firing the movie type of the top-rating daytime series “Be very cautious With My Heart.”
Just lately, ABS-CBN has submitted a film type of the “kilig-serye” as one of the possible movie applications to this year's Metro Manila movie carnival (MMFF).
“We are going to do the video for the MMFF. Sana matanggap siya as one of the peak eight. It’s going to be a distinct article from ‘Be Careful,’” Yap said.
Yap said the movie’s article will be distinct from the series such that the viewers have certain thing distinct to anticipate.
“It’s going to be a different article from ‘Be Careful.’ Para siyang continuation, hindi siya 'yung condensed type. Kung ano ang nangyayari sa ‘Be Careful,’ after that, iyon ang mabubuo,” he said.
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