GMA Artist Center star Kyline Alcantara marks another milestone in her career as she celebrates her 16th birthday with her first major concert dubbed as Kyline TAKE FL16HT at the SM Skydome on Sept. 8.
The young Kapuso performer is also set to launch her single “Fake Love” on the same day, under her first self-titled album from GMA Records. The album Kyline, which contains six songs and minus one version of them, will be released on Sept. 18 via iTunes, Spotify and over 180 digital stores worldwide.
Pre-selling of “Fake Love” on iTunes began yesterday while pre-selling for Kyline the album begins on the day of the concert.
Kyline expressed her excitement for her latest feat and thanked her fans, whom she calls her “Sunflowers” for their unwavering support.
“I’m very happy and overwhelmed at the same time kasi isang pangarap lang ito dati. I pray really hard for this to happen. Para ito sa mga Sunflowers ko because they are the reason why I realize my dreams one by one.
This is my humble way of showing gratitude to them for their continued and unparalleled support,” Kyline said.
The fresh-faced Kapuso artist, who is turning 16 tomorrow (Sept. 3), is most notable for her multifaceted performance in the hit primetime series Kambal, Karibal as Cheska/Crisel.
Joining Kyline on her concert are fellow Kapuso stars Derrick Monasterio, Jeric Gonzales, Migo Adecer, James Wright and Kristoffer Martin.
The concert, produced by GMA Records and CCC Productions, will showcase Kyline’s singing prowess through the stage direction of Marvin Caldito and musical direction of Soc Mina. Tickets are on sale via SMTickets.com and priced at P2,250 for Platinum (with free album and group photo with Kyline) and P1,360 for Gold.
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