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Iñigo Pascual performs at NBA game halftime show

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Nov. 21, 19 | 8:15 am

Kapamilya star Iñigo Pascual showcased what he’s got at the halftime show during an NBA game between the Los Angeles Clippers and the Oklahoma City Thunder on Monday.

The game’s host was celebrating Filipino Heritage Night and held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.

Pascual sang his OPM hit ‘Dahil Sayo’ based on the Instagram account of Star Magic. He also performed his new song ‘Catching Feelings’.

“@InigoDPascual’s Catching Feelings MV just had its world premiere at the OKC vs LAC match amidst Inigo’s halftime performance. He performed the track and his hit, “Dahil Sa’yo” at the sold out game,” Pascual’s record label shared in a tweet.

The singer-actor also shared how he was grateful to perform at the NBA game.

“If only I could talk to my younger self and tell him that it would one day happen…,” he said on his Instagram account.

He also recounted how special this opportunity was.

“I used to pass by Staples Center coming from the airport and I would always say ‘one day, I’ll be performing in there,” Inigo wrote.

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