Southeast Asia’s brightest female artists pool their talents for ‘Heal’

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    Lesha
    Lesha
    Moira
    Moira

    Filipino pride Jayda, Jona, Kyla, KZ Tandingan, Lesha, Moira Dela Torre, and Xela are collaborating with some of the most popular talents and emerging artists in Southeast Asia’s music scene — Indonesian singers Rinni Wulandari and Yura Yunita, Malaysian artists DOLLA and Shalma Eliana, Singaporean talents Haneri and Haven, and Thai artist Valentina Ploy to deliver a message of hope in their upcoming single “Heal.”

    These Southeast Asian artists lend their therapeutic voices for the inspirational song produced by ABS-CBN Music International which will drop on digital streaming platforms on September 11 (Friday).

     

    Shalma Eliana
    Shalma Eliana

    The “Heal” project, a first in the region, seeks to convey love and spur unity for everyone’s healing during these trying times. It was composed by ABS-CBN Music creative director Jonathan Manalo, Moophs, and Alex Godinez aka Xela. Jonathan also served as its over-all producer.

    The collaboration is also a #StreamToDonate project, with all of the participating artists donating their share of fees and royalties to ABS-CBN’s “Pantawid ng Pag-ibig,” a fund-raising campaign which aims to provide relief to Filipinos who have lost their sources of livelihood due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

     

    Yura
    Yura

    The “HEAL” single is just one of ABS-CBN Music International’s endeavors, which seeks to introduce the unique artistry of Filipinos to global audiences and more recently, bring in international talents and music to the Philippines.

    Pre-save the song at backl.ink/142760252 before it drops on various digital streaming platforms on September 11.