Prince of Soul Bryan Chong performing live on his first solo major concert

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THE much awaited solo concert of The Voice Teens knock-out finalist, Bryan Chong, is coming this May. Watch Bryan as he sings his heart from his soulful voice.

His first major concert entitled as PRINCE OF SOUL will happen on May 12, 2018 at the Music Museum along with his guests, including The Voice Season 2 Grand Champion Jason Dy, Hip Hop Prince John Roa, Rap Royalty from X Factor UK Elysa V, Revival King Jojo Mendrez, and Pop and EDM Princess Kara Mitzki. Directed by Ms. Ona Lara Unico and with Musical Director Macky Ricafort produced by Aqueous Entertainment and Co-presented by Star Image Artist Management.

This show is supported by the following sponsors The Icon Clinic, Clara International Skin and Body, Icon Hotel, Prettylooks, Travelbean, Inflatable Island, The Dessert Museum, Fleek Eyebrow and Beauty Clinic, Beauty Laundry, Dive and Trek, John Crespo Dental Clinic, Fit City, Lightwater, Vitaminboost, Urban Water PH, Studio Q, Taggo Bar, The Camelot Hotel, Le Lux by Ethel Creations, Pumpkin Catering, Cake by Ross and Freshgear.

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The young singer-songwriter was born on August 12, 1999 in Quezon City. At an early age of five (5) he began to show the ability of singing. The first song that he learned by that time was “Nano” from the Japanese candy commercial. Bryan grew up with his foreign step father Jake Long and his Filipina mother Merilyn Forneste who was a former singer in South Korea. He was first seen on a primetime TV Magazine Show that leads him to sign in a three-year contract under Star Image Artist Management together with concert producers from Aqueous Entertainment. Managed by Mr. Vince Apostol and Mr. David Cabawatan. He was one of the knock-off finalists of a Kapamilya talent search, The Voice Teens Philippines.

His optimism in life gives him hope to reach his dream to become a singer. “Music is a dream. It’s what I love to do to escape from a playful reality, a escape from our judgmental world, a escape from the words ‘you can’t do it, there’s nothing good in your voice. You’ll end up nothing with singing because it’s not a real job'” he said.

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