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Ianna Dela Torre rolls out debut album

Promising vocalist Ianna Dela Torre has launched her 11-track debut album under Star Music, less than a year after she inked her contract under the music label.

Promising vocalist Ianna Dela Torre has launched her 11-track debut album under Star Music, less than a year after she inked her contract under the music label.

The 17-year-old singer showed off her singing talent to the world when she joined the World Championship of Performing Arts (WCOPA) in 2013, where she bagged the Junior Grand Champion performer and Champion Vocalist of the World honors.

Her debut album, dubbed as “IANNA,” is produced by Joel Mendoza and features collaborations with some of the best composers and producers in the OPM industry. The songs have also been carefully selected to tell the story of a young girl transitioning into a woman.

The newest single from the album, “Walang Kang Kapalit,” is a modern classic ballad about one’s unending love for someone and the regret that comes after the relationship’s inevitable end.

Other tracks include the carrier single “Pinapa,” more originals such as “Always You,” “Love is Spelled Y-O-U,” “Kahit sa Panaginip Lang,” “Alam Kong Nandyan Ka,” and “Ang Sabi Mo,” plus a revival of Maestro Ryan Cayabyab’s “Kailan,” and Rico J. Puno’s “Together Forever,” and a cover of David Foster’s “Through The Fire.”

Ianna is one of the talents to watch out for under ABS-CBN Music, which houses some of the best OPM music of today from the country’s leading media and entertainment company ABS-CBN.



Listen to Ianna’s eponymous debut album, available now on various digital streaming platforms, and watch the music video of “Wala Kang Kapalit” starring Karina Bautista and Aljon Mendoza on ABS-CBN Star Music’s YouTube channel. For updates, like Star Music on Facebook at www.facebook.com/starmusicph, and follow it on Twitter and Instagram (@StarMusicPH).

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