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Zephanie marks 10 million streams; drops a self-titled album

January 10, 2022

The year kicks off with a good start for this Generation’s Pop Princess Zephanie as she receives one blessing after another. Her first self-titled full album was launched on the first week of 2022 following a 10-million mark on Spotify for all-time streams.

 

The Idol Philippines Grand Champion shares her excitement in an interview. “I want to thank God for this blessing. We may have encountered some challenges along the way, but all the people behind this album, made it happen! Kaya sobra din po ang pasasalamat ko sakanila sa pagtitiwala at paniniwala sakin simula pa nung una. This album also represents my journey ever since I won Idol PH. Because the first song in the album was my winning piece- “Pangarap Kong Pangarap Mo” and that was 2 years ago. Marami na din pong pinagdaanan ang album na to, kaya sana mapakinggan at magustuhan din po nila ito.”

 

Inside her album is her latest single, ‘Magpakita Ka Na’ composed by Miguel Mendoza. This song is giving an RnB vibe that tells the story of how love can make people brave enough to face the pros and cons of loving someone.

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The release of her album made a trending success on all digital platforms. It reached the number 1 spot on Apple Music Top Albums and is still in no. 1 on iTunes. 

 

“Wala na po talaga akong ibang masasabi kundi MARAMING MARAMING SALAMAT PO! Hindi po biro yung mga ginagawa nilang effort and support  para sakin every time may ginagawa po akong project. Sobrang blessed po ako to have these people in my life and isa po sila sa mga inspirations ko sa journey ko and I know I wouldn’t be really here without them. Kaya salamat po sa inyong lahat at sana magkakasama parin po tayo hanggang sa pinakadulo ng journey na ito,” Zephanie thanked her supporters.


 

Zephanie is indeed a superstar in the making. Her humility brings her to where she is now. No doubt why 2022 is giving her a great start.



Words by Rex Abedes