Charice is no longer just a little girl from the Philippines with a big voice, but the newest Asian Superstar among the young singers of today. She has sung all over the world with some of the world’s biggest artists and she is probably the only Asian who has sung hand-in-hand with so many other superstars.
Charice has appeared as a guest on Celine Dion’s concert at the Madison Square Garden singing “Because You Loved Me” with Celine and at Andrea Bocelli’s own concert in Tuscany singing “The Prayer” with the world-renowned tenor.
The 17-year old singer boasts of an amazing voice and she now has David Foster as her mentor. Charice has truly gone so far in a short time with her astounding talent. And with a “Note to God” she is really blessed with great things as her message reaches the heavens. The Filipina is now signed up with Warner Brothers Records in the U.S. as its newest international artist.
Charice made an appearance in the Oprah Winfrey Show last May 18,2009 for the “Finale: Oprah’s Search for the World’s Most Talented Kids” episode. She debuted her first international single “Note to God”, which was written by Diane Warren and produced by David Foster. The single was also made available for digital download on the same day and it was no surprise that the song landed at the #5 spot on iTunes and #1 on Amazon download charts. Watch Charice’s passionate performance of the song “Note to God” on the Oprah Winfrey Show by clicking HERE
Article from: PEP
Saturday May 30, 2009
Viewers will see that the man playing piano in the background is none other than Mr. Foster.
Charice’s album which is now being worked on and produced by David Foster himself, will soon be released by Warner Music Philippines before the end of the year. But for now, watch out for her introductory single “Note to God” premiering on radio stations in Metro Manila this week.
(Original story from PEP: http://www.pep.ph/guide/4009/Charice-will-soon-release-international-album-under-Warner-Music-Philippines )
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