Martin Nievera returns home

This was the core message of the esteemed balladeer and celebrity, the concert king himself Martin Nievera when he talked to the press in a virtual press conference on October 14.

Martin, after years, is now back with his original record label -- Vicor Music.

"I am so happy to be back. This is the label where I started my recording career," he shared.

He signed with the label on August 18, 1982 and from there he made hits such as "Each Day With You"; "Ikaw Ang Lahat Sa Akin"; "Be My Lady" and more.

With his most-awaited comeback, the music label has prepared exciting plans with the singer to make hits and memories anew.

Martin's return, according to Viva main man 'Boss Vic' Del Rosario -- who alongside his cousin Orly Ilacad, established Vicor more than 50 years ago, coincides with their plans to revitalize the label.

"Vicor has a long and storied history. But that doesn't mean that it will remain in the past. We are now looking to the future of OPM and we will create more hits. We've done it before with Martin, we can do it again," he said.

Initial plans have included Vehnee Saturno -- composer of one of Martin's biggest hits in "Be My Lady" -- to write some song demos for Martin to try.

Another version of the plan is for Martin to record an original song in time for Christmas 2020.

With more than 50 years of experience and expertise in the business of music, Vicor remains a potent music-making factory.

"Just watch out for the things that we will be doing. We will bring new life to music that is in for the millennials. Some of the things that you should all watch for are releases of my new songs and revivals," the OPM icon shared. (With PR)


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