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KZ & TJ are talking about alliance
MANILA, Philippines — Four years is a continued time to be in love. Yet for singer-songwriter TJ Monterde, four years is too abbreviate a time to absorb with his girlfriend, KZ Tandingan. The Polyeast artisan wants to absorb aeon with the accomplished KZ, for whom he wrote the adulation song Tulad Mo.
Pag-ibig ko’y aking sinulat/At ikaw ang pamagat/Sana naman ay mapansin/Himig nitong damdamin.
He quotes allotment of the song’s lyrics in an annual for @Christmas Time, TJ’s anniversary anthology featuring adolescent Polyeast singer-songwriters Bamboo, Drei Raba and Izzeah, announced artist/songwriter Juan Miguel Severo and R&B singers Sassa and Chan Millanes.
Yes, TJ admits. He and KZ (TJ is her aboriginal boyfriend) accept discussed marriage, but they accept yet to get affianced — soon, the lovestruck songwriter hopes.
For now, both are absorption on work. TJ did accept a affiliation with KZ alleged Ikaw at Ako aftermost year. He additionally helps KZ out whenever she needs a arch or choir for a song she’s writing. KZ does her allotment by allegorical TJ on the vocals allotment of a song he’s writing.
But TJ is aloof as blessed alive on his own songs. One of them is his re-recorded adaptation of Litrato Ngayong Pasko, a love-oriented Christmas song which he offers to ancestors associates who alive far afar (a.k.a. OFWs).
TJ knows Christmas is a division of joy. So autograph a sad song about a six-year-old boy cat-and-mouse for his OFW dad to appear home for the holidays was added challenging. All the boy capital was a simple photo of the ancestor he misses so much.
The song’s afflatus is abutting to TJ’s heart. He saw how adamantine his aunt cried every time her OFW bedmate had to leave for assignment every November. TJ wrote the song for her and others in their shoes.
“My aunt cried alike more, but my tito was blessed for me,” recalls TJ.
He’s aloof as blessed — alike afflicted — at the absolute acknowledgment Litrato Ngayong Pasko has been getting.
TJ letters that OFWs accept been sending letters to his Facebook account, cogent him that they had to book a admission to be home for Christmas. He alike took screenshots of these affecting letters from absolute strangers.
The song, appear two years ago (it now has a new piano-based arrangement), charcoal as appropriate as ever. It draws its backbone from its bulletin about family.
“The analytic accolade is ovewhelming,” TJ says.
That’s what he gets for advancing up with a affective song which reminds anybody that ancestors