We continue to live in uncertain times but despite the challenges many are facing now caused by the current pandemic, Gary Valenciano encourages Filipinos to remain optimistic.
Hope is the central theme of the “Kapit Pinoy,” written for him in 2015 by Jungee Marcelo and the music was done by Jonathan Manalo.
“In the midst of trials, don’t lose hope or else there will be no drive for anything else where life will probably lose its meaning. Kapit lang tayo,” the OPM icon says alluding to the message behind his song, “Kapit Pinoy,” which he performed in the latest video for AIA Philam Life.
The video shows situations Filipinos may experience in their lives – from a breadwinner being hospitalized, to an old parent recovering from an illness, and a single mother being assured she has enough savings to give birth.
“I’ve always believed there are some songs which may not play a role at a particular time you release it, but at some point, it can and I think now with ‘Kapit Pinoy’ it’s ‘Hold On.’ I think with challenging times like these, for anyone in any kind of business, and all those who lost their jobs, we must hang on to our faith now,” the 55-year-old hitmaker shares.
As the latest endorser of the country’s premier life insurance company, Gary says AIA Philam Life gives people assurance and security largely because there are things you might wake up to one day unknowingly and we may need the protection they promise.
“Being part of the company during this season is a blessing and I feel it’s not just about being a singer but being able to communicate a message that brings faith, hope, love, and inspiration despite everything going on in the world today,” he acclaims.
According to AIA Philam Life Chief Executive Officer Kelvin Ang, with their continued commitment to help close the protection gap, they come full circle, bringing to life the brand promise of helping Filipinos live healthier, longer and better lives.
Watch the latest AIA Philam Life video featuring Gary Valenciano by visiting their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/AIAPhilamLife/.
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