Philippines’ Pop Rock Princess Yeng Constantino recently received back-to-back achievements. She bagged the Favorite Female Artist trophy from MYX Music Awards 2013 and as her latest album under Star Records, “Metamorphosis,” was named as one of the Philippines’ overall (foreign and local) best-selling albums based on the nationwide sales reports of Astroplus/Astrovision from March 11 to 17.
“I’m so happy with all the blessings that I’ve been getting. I’m really overwhlemed,” said the award-winning singer. “I thank God for it and dedicated everything to Him. Long live OPM!”
Under the production of Pinoy rock icon Raimund Marasigan, “Metamorphosis” is a 10-track all-original album that features Yeng’s compositions including “Hahanapin Kita,” “Josephine,” “Messiah,” “Pasensya Na,” “Sana ‘Di Pa Huli,” “Teleserye,” “Pag-ibig,” “Sandata,” and the carrier single “B.A.B.A.Y.” Meanwhile, the song “Chinito,” composed by Yeng’s friend Jed Dumawal, is set to be the album’s second single.
“Metamorphosis” is still available on all record bars nationwide at only P299. The digital tracks of the album can now be downloaded via www.mymusicstore.com.ph and iTunes.
For more information about “Metamorphosis,” visit Star Records’ Facebook fanpage at www.facebook.com/starrecordsphil or follow @starrecordsph on Twitter.
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