Singer-actress Zsa Zsa Padilla is wanting to stage more concerts with her daughters overseas.
This comes after Padilla felt that her singing career took the backseat for a while because she had to attend to the wellbeing status of her late colleague, comical performance monarch Dolphy.
Dolphy past away exactly a year ago due to pneumonia and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
In an interview with ABS-CBN News, Padilla distributed how joyous she is to be vocalising afresh.
“It took a while kasi when Dolphy was sick, nahihirapan ako mag-commit sa concerts abroad. Sabi ko ico-concentrate ko na lang muna lahat ng efforts ko sa teleserye. Kasi sa teleserye madali kang makahanap ng go out. 'Yung vocalising career ko took a backseat. So now, sabi ko siguro puwede ko naman na i-pursue ulit so we begun with the album,” she said, mentioning to her newest album titled “Palagi.”
The singer said it took four years before she was able to record a new album. Padilla's last album was "Unchanging Love" which was issued in 2009.
Song for female child
meantime, Padilla shared that she composed a recital encompassed in her album for one of her daughters.
“You have to estimate which one. She went through a very serious heartbreak. Parang hindi ko alam kung paano siya i-console so I wrote a song for her,” she said.
According to the vocalist, the song is about figuratively running out of tears and moving on after a sore heartbreak.
“Sabi ko, ‘Mga bata pa naman kayo. One day you’ll find it hard. You feel like you can’t move forward but you can. Mauubusan ka din ng tears.’ So there, it’s ‘All bawled Out,’” she explained.
Padilla said she also composed a song for Dolphy but wasn't encompassed in the album.
“Siyempre my heart was so broken when Dolphy past away. Ganun pala, parati ko siyang hinihintay umuwi for a long time. The grieving method, ganun pala, you go back and forth. I [wrote a recital for him] but it didn’t make it in the album,” she said.
apart from her normal appearance in the top-rating sequence “Juan dela Cruz,” Padilla is also a mainstay of Sunday melodious kind display “ASAP.”
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