Matt Lozano sings his heart out with unearthed composition

posted September 27, 2021 at 08:25 pm
by  Manila Standard Showbiz
Voltes V Legacy actor Matt Lozano is set to first win the hearts of the Filipino audience through his musicality via his debut single under GMA Music entitled “Walang Pipigil.” 

Matt composed it back in 2011, with a different melody and arrangement. This song is about a relationship that’s getting cold, and the guy is trying to keep it warm to save their dying love. 

Actor and singer Matt Lozano drops his debut single, a song he composed 10 years ago.
Actor and singer Matt Lozano drops his debut single, a song he composed 10 years ago.
Through this single, he wants to give comfort to people who are experiencing heartbreaks, “My first love inspired me to write ‘Walang Pipigil.’ I want the audience to understand that there’s hope to every struggle in life.” 

Matt, who will be playing the role of Big Bert in the much-anticipated live action series, is excited to be able to share his voice and is thankful to GMA Music for the platform to do so, “I’m so excited to be able to share my voice and passion for playing the guitar. That’s why I’m very thankful to GMA Music for the freedom they gave me when it comes to making music. I’ve been waiting to release ‘Walang Pipigil’ for 10 years now. And I think now is the perfect time to let people hear my music.” 

“Walang Pipigil” debuted at the number 2 spot on iTunes PH sales chart upon release and also made it to Spotify’s Fresh Finds playlist. 

“Walang Pipigil” is now available for download on iTunes and for streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and other digital streaming platforms worldwide. 

Topics: Voltes V Legacy , Matt Lozano , Walang Pipigil
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