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WATCH: Regine Velasquez sings duet with son Nate

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With vocal powerhouses Regine Velasquez and Ogie Alcasid as his parents, it’s no wonder talent runs in the veins of Nate Alcasid.

In an video shared by his singer-songwriter dad, Nate can be seen singing “I Can” alongside his mom.

The duet was originally popularized by Velasquez, with Mikee Cojuangco and Donna Cruz, for the 1996 film “Do Re Mi”.

Nate, 5, effortlessly hit the high notes and harmonized with his superstar mom.

When asked if they expect their son to follow in their footsteps, the proud mom has this to say, “No expectations. He can be whatever he wants to be. He sings, but mas malaki pa rin ang interest niya sa aviation.”

Velasquez will be celebrating her 30th year in the industry with a two-day concert happening on October 21 and 22.

Watch the mother-son duet here:

#singalongwithnate

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Video credit: ogiealcasid/Instagram

Source: ABS-CBN News

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