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Iñigo Pascual shows music side in concert

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Jun. 27, 17 | 6:48 pm

Piolo Pascual’s 19-year-old son Iñigo is going to show his knack for music in a digital concert dubbed “Playground” on Sunday evening, July 2, at the ABS-CBN studio Onemusic.ph.

“I wanna show my playful side. I want to show who I am as musician, as a person and performer. I’ll be doing covers and original songs from my album,” The Philippine Star quoted Iñigo as saying.

Iñigo will also do a K-pop medley and a lot of dancing in the show.

The medley is likely inspired by the K-pop videos and the South Korean-Chinese boy group Exo‘s concert in Korea, which Inigo watched to get fresh ideas.

Iñigo already has a hit song “Dahil Sa ‘yo”, which speaks of love that moves mountains, the kind teens like Iñigo can relate to, according to the Star.

The bouncy song has zoomed to number one in the Billboard Philippines charts.

“Dahil Sa ‘yo” is dedicated to a “higher power”, says Iñigo.

credit: Iñigo Pascual Facebook Page

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