Kiana renews partnership with Tarsier Records

posted July 22, 2019 at 06:00 pm
by  Manila Standard Showbiz
Rising artist Kiana Valenciano is concocting an exciting international pursuit as she renews her contract with ABS-CBN Music’s newest global label, Tarsier Records, as one of its tentpole artists.

Kiana renews partnership  with Tarsier Records
From left: ABS-CBN Music head Roxy Liquigan, Tarsier Records label head Chris Lopez, Kiana Valenciano, Manila Genesis Entertainment, Inc. president Angeli Pangilinan Valenciano, and Star Music Audio and Content head Jonathan Manalo
The label’s sights are set on leveling up with having Kiana on internationally-produced tracks and border-crossing promotions and events—not only to expand her reach but to let her music take Filipino talent to heights it has never been before.

 The R&B singer-songwriter has been with Tarsier since 2017 and has since released playlist-worthy tracks from her Grey EP, and more recently, her debut album See Me, which bagged “Most Promising Female Recording Artist of the Year” at the 8th McMillan Woods Global Awards held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia last April.

 Kiana also recently did a show with fellow Tarsier Records artist Inigo Pascual for international media network Viacom’s Asian Pacific American Heritage Month held in New York.

Both are also featured in The Crossover, coming soon on MyxTV, in which they talk about immersing into the local culture to understand how music can be universal and meaningful

Meanwhile, Kiana is set to share the stage with English R&B singer-songwriter Mahalia, for her Manila tour on Aug. 20 at Whitespace Manila.

Tarsier Records and ABS-CBN Music affirm their commitment to being the home of championing Filipino talent on the global stage. With Kiana only being the first female artist to take on the big move, exciting things await for Filipino artistry.

Stream Kiana’s See Me album and watch out for more of her music on digital stores. 

Topics: Kiana Valenciano , ABS-CBN Music , Inigo Pascual , Tarsier Records
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