With her Japan tour set to begin next month, a video trailer of Charice’s recent successful collaboration with Unique Zayas has been released.
The 2 min-54 sec video features Unique and Charice in studio recording “Wherever You Are,” the first single from Unique Zayas’ album “From Brooklyn To You.”
Footage was first ‘leaked’ to the public on YouTube in early December, with the album set for release on December 22, though it was later confirmed that Unique’s record label, Manhattan Records (Japan) has released it.
This video trailer was made available on the Facebook page of Manhattan Records (Japan) only at the weekend, but it’s the best video yet released of the duo in action in the studio.
“Wherever You Are” has had a good run of it in the iTunes Japan charts, with a No1 spot in the official iTunes RnB chart secured on January 12. It entered the RnB chart at No 9 on December 15, and (at the time of writing) is at No 3.
Of course, Charice has since gone on to establish herself in the charts, taking her own “Pyramid” to No 4 in the Oricon singles charts and her recording of John Lennon’s “Happy Christmas (War is Over)” to No 2. She’s earned a legion of new Chasters in the Land of the Rising Sun thanks to those successes and her performances on radio and TV.
With her first solo concert tour set to begin next month, the video is a reminder of one of the tracks that has helped to catapult her to the top of the Japan market.
Charice features with her “Wherever You Are” collaborator, Unique Zayas
Courtesy of Manhattan Records (Japan)
By Robert Sheen, Charicemania.com