About appreciating one’s love despite being ordinary
Young singer Bryce Manzano feels immensely grateful for receiving unconditional love in his debut solo single “Ordinaryo,” out now on various digital music platforms.
“The message of ‘Ordinaryo’ is having gratitude towards your lover whom you believe to have a pure loving relationship with that’s not defined by external qualities but with the goodness of their character,” Bryce said.
Bryce is a 20-year-old Star Pop artist who completes the “Chill Guys” along with Jose Vitug and Brian Gazmen. In 2017, he won gold and silver medals after competing in the World Championships of Performing Arts (WCOPA). Outside of performing, he is a B.S. Pharmacy freshman student at Silliman University in Dumaguete.
Hoping to be a successful singer someday whose music connects to audiences, Bryce recently dropped his first solo single “Ordinaryo,” which was written and composed by Gab Tagadtad and produced by ABS-CBN Music creative director Jonathan Manalo.
The lighthearted and bubbly track, perfect for budding but honest relationships, voices appreciation for someone’s partner who loves him wholeheartedly despite his self-proclaimed averageness and simplicity.
Aside from “Ordinaryo,” listeners can also check out Bryce’s single with fellow “Chill Guys” members Jose and Brian “Ako Para Sa’yo,” as well as their cover of HIMIG 11th Edition’s 2nd Best Song “Kahit Na Masungit.”
Fall in love with pure intentions and stream Bryce’s “Ordinaryo,” out now on various digital music platforms. For more details, follow Star Pop on Facebook (www.facebook.com/starpopph) and on Twitter and Instagram (@starpopph).