Kyla, Haneri, Valentina Ploy among 14 Southeast Asian singers on charity single, ‘Heal’

The collaboration, orchestrated by ABS-CBN, features artists from the Philippines, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand

ABS-CBN Music International (AMI) has released its new charity single, titled ‘Heal’, which features 14 female vocalists from across Southeast Asia.

The nearly five-minute song, which arrived today (September 11), is a “message of hope” from the all-female ensemble of 14 artists from the Philippines, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand.

Representing Indonesia is R&B singer and Indonesian Idol 2007 winner Rinni Wulandari, as well two-time Anugerak Musik Indonesia winner Yura Yunita.

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Malaysian talent on ‘Heal’ include girl group DOLLA and pop singer Shalma Eliana. As is to be expected from an ABS-CBN collaboration, the Philippines is most strongly represented with seven artists: Jayda, Jona, Kyla, KZ Tandingan, Lesha, Moira Dela Torre and Xela.

The two Singaporean artists on ‘Heal’ are Haneri and Haven. And last but not least, Thailand’s Valentina Ploy wraps up the roster. Hear it below:

‘Heal’ is part of the #StreamToDonate project, with all involved artists donating their fees and royalties to ABS-CBN’s Bridge of Love fund-raising program. The charity program seeks to provide relief to Filipinos who have lost their sources of income due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The track was also composed by ABS-CBN Music Creative Director Jonathan Manalo (who oversaw the single’s production), Tarsier Records founder Moophs, and Alex Godinez aka Xela.

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