Greyson Chance, the gifted American pianist who rose to fame when he was just 12 for his cover of “Paparazzi,” may have been disappointed to learn that Filipino fans of the singer found out from an announcement on Tuesday that Manila was not included in the dates of his world tour.
However, brightening up their day was local music company MCA Music, who indeed revealed that Chance is making a stop in the country for a special performance to promote his new album, “Portraits” of which the album includes his hit, “Shut Up.”
A Twitter post from MCA Music noted those looking forward to the return visit of Chance, who is now 21, will need to follow its accounts for future updates.
Greyson Chance first performed in the Philippines back in 2011.
“Portraits” was released in March and which critics described as a “sleek, synthpop journey through Chance’s previous relationship, exploring themes of heartbreak and loneliness” in a review by Billboard.