Lea Salonga named top Filipino singer of 2023

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  • Internationallyacclaimed singeractress Lea Salonga topped Singersroom.com’s Top 20 Filipino
    singers list this year.


    The awardwinning R&B and urbanpop site praised Lea for her staying power.


    “Salonga’s music career spans over three decades, during which she has released several
    successful albums, including the charttopping ‘Lea Salonga’ and ‘By Heart.’


    They also cited her “ability to sing in multiple languages, including English, Tagalog, and
    Japanese.”


    “She is also known for her philanthropic work, particularly in the areas of education and
    children’s rights,” it added.


    “Salonga’s talent and impact on the entertainment industry continue to be felt, and she remains a
    beloved and influential artist around the world.”


    Second in the list is Regine Velasquez.


    Said
    singersroom.com, “She is known for her vocal range, which spans four octaves, and her
    ability to sing in various genres, including pop, R&B, and rock.”


    Making it to the number three spot in the list is Gary V.


    “He is known for his energetic performances and powerful vocals, which have earned him
    numerous awards and accolades,” it stated.


    “In addition to his music career, Valenciano is also a successful actor, television host, and
    motivational speaker. He is known for his work as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador and his
    philanthropic efforts, particularly in the areas of health and education.”


    Others who made it to the list:


    Jed Madela, Apl.de.ap, Sarah Geronimo, Arnel Pineda, Aiza Seguerra, KZ Tandingan and
    Moira dela Torre.

    Also in the Top 20 are Kyla, Kuh Ledesma, Jona Viray, Bella Poarch, Freddie Aguilar, Rachell
    Anne Go, Sharon Cuneta, Francis Magalona, Bamboo Manalac, and Angeline Quinto. (N.
    Ramos, mb.com)

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