When balladeer Tim Pavino participated on ABS-CBN’s The Voice of the Philippines Season 2, he was in it to win it, but he had a contingency plan in case he didn’t. Even as he went further in the competition under the tutelage of his coach Lea Salonga, he was also working on new music by himself. He wanted to release something whether he won or not. He wanted to be ready for the big time, no matter what. So, when he was eliminated just before the grand finals, he didn’t waste any time moping. He hit the ground running, putting the finishing touches on the songs that would become Tim Pavino, his first major-label release under Star Music. He made sure that the album’s 17 tracks — 11 songs, one remix and five instrumentals — would remind its listeners why they fell in love with his voice in the first place. That’s why the album has plenty of ballads, including duets with Angeline Quinto and Morissette Amon, as well as a cover of One Direction’s hit Story of My Life, which he performed in The Voice to thunderous applause. However, Tim also wanted the album to surprise people, so he… Read full this story
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