A letter to all

Bad Singer thanks everyone who supported him in the past 2 years. His musical journey was brief, but it was memorable. It was a tough-sailing ride, but it was one hell of a ride, too, all because you were with him and made it unforgettable.

Bad Singer is off to explore other things that are dear to him. Music still occupies a special place in his heart, but it’s time he grew and set out for the things beyond. His musical evolution was relentless – from Sinatra, to pop, to acoustic, to 90s, and back to swing, which went to show his dedication, adaptbility, and creativity.

He made two albums and several singles. That’s a lot to remember him by. But if you can’t decide, here’s one song he wants to dedicate to you – Desafinado (2015). You supported him despite his imperfectations. You listened to his tunes despite his voice being off key and singing out of tune. He carried on nevertheless, because you mattered to him.

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“Manila” is available now!

Bad Singer’s newest album, “Manila,” is now available in his official Soundcloud page! Yesterday, 24 June, Bad Singer unveiled Manila’s track-listing, which includes the following songs:

  1. L.A. is My Lady
  2. One for My Baby
  3. For Once in My Life.

All songs are available for streaming worldwide starting today, 25 June. Bad Singer also released a music video for the carrier single, L.A. is My Lady through his official YouTube page.

“Manila reminds you of a moment in your life when you realized you belong in a city that has a soul,” Bad Singer on his new album. He adds, “it reminds me of how I saw and started to appreciate Manila.”

“Manila” is described by many as a swing and jazz album. Go to Bad Singer’s Soundcloud page now and listen.

“L.A. is My Lady” is Bad Singer’s upcoming single

Bad Singer is all set to release his new album, “Manila”, with the lead single, “L.A. is My Lady!” The swing-y and upbeat classic defines the Manila that is full of fun and youth.

On the song, Bad Singer comments, “when I first heard the song, I knew exactly how I wanted my next album would be like. L.A. is My Lady reminds me of a Manila that is full of life at night.”

Catch “L.A. is My Lady” on June 25 at his official Soundcloud page.

New album “Manila” out on June 25

Bad Singer is releasing his new album titled “Manila” on June 25, 2017 through his Soundcloud page.

“The album is about how a busy city looks like at night – raw, but full of soul,” Bad Singer said. “Manila” was recorded in Manila, which inspired the conception of the album.

Bookmark his official page now!

New music is coming soon

Bad Singer is releasing his new album this year! The highly anticipated follow-up to his 2016 album Bad. Love. Sad. Love. is inspired by his sincere love for music. Keep following Bad Singer’s official page and this website for news and updates.

In the meantime, reminisce past good memories with the re-issue version of Bad Singer’s hit debut single, “I Thought About You.”

Bad Singer releases new single “She is Staggering”

March 9, 2017 — Bad Singer breaks his more than one year-hiatus by releasing his new single titled “She is Staggering” through his offficial Soundcloud page. Click this link to listen to the new track.

The indie-pop song was originally released in the 1990s by Polaris, more commonly known as Miracle Legion. “She is Staggering” appeared in the official soundtrack of the hit-children’s series, The Adventures of Pete and Pete, which ran in the mid-1990s in Nickelodeon.

Bad Singer in the spotlight

Bad Singer, who is reportedly making new music nowadays, answered some of the questions that every follower needs to know (maybe). He is honest and bold in giving us the answers to some hard-hitting questions. Here’s Bad Singer in the spotlight.

Q: What are you up to these days?

I am taking an unofficial break from music after doing demos. So far, I have done very few, but the concept behind a possible new project has been decided with finality. I am not sharing other details as I do not want to preempt anything. There is no good material yet as we speak, nor is there a tentative date or month of release. My handlers have been very eager in pushing me to do more and eventually finish a complete record, but right now I take it slowly, but surely.

Besides that, I am living an average life. I do regular chores, go out with friends, and see the latest movies, but of course, with the hope that these things continue to inspire creativity.

Q: Do you consider your career a success?

In terms of being able to demonstrate artistty and creativity, maybe yes. There is a degree of freedom that I enjoy with regard those two things and it’s something I now fully appreciate and cherish.

In terms of commercial success, let the numbers be the judge. I wouldn’t say that commercial success did not in any way motivate me before, but it’s the audience impact. Sometimes, it doesn’t follow whenever you release an output of yours in which you poured your best. It’s the rule of the game, it’s the judgment of the listeners. For me, for as long as you enjoy creating and singing, don’t stop.

Q: What are your learnings from the events that happened after you released “Sad Love” last year?

I am answering your question on the assumption, or the popular assumption, that it flopped commercially. Being that as it may, Sad Love taught me that it’s very difficult to survive in the industry because the expectations of your audience are very hard to decode. And with this in mind, your liberty in expressing youself should indeed take precedence than anything else.

My experiment with pop is a good experience for me because it let me try things that I wouldn’t have done otherwise. It pushed me to my limits, vocally, and challenged my own comfort zone. I recorded the EP for two months and the result was good, by pop’s stansards. Many people loved it because they saw it based on the merits of the genre it is in, and not by any other else. I cannot claim that is an excellent pop compilation, but it’s not bad.

Q: How do you define your own brand of music?

I don’t want to be confined within the limits of one genre, or something. My music can be jazz, traditional pop, acoustic, whatever. Maybe that’s the brand itself.