KEN SAN JOSE Dances His Feelings Away In "A Chance To Hold"

Renuel Fallore

Posted at February 27, 2020

Ken San Jose has evolved from an online dance sensation to a successful recording artist under Cornerstone Music. After the release of his debut single "Lose Control" last year, the 17-year old singer-dancer returns with a brand new track called "A Chance To Hold".

This upbeat pop song is a collaboration with Academy of Rock Singapore and was recorded, mixed, and mastered here in the Philippines. It already made its way to Spotify's New Music Friday Philipines playlist as well.

Courtesy: Cornerstone Music

According to the World of Dance Junior Division Champ, "A Chance To Hold" is perfect to dedicate to a girl you really like. "The excitement that everybody gets whenever they're into a girl. Almost that "gigil" feeling when you don't just wanna let go, as soon as she leaves, you misses her right away. It's kinda one of those things that I think everybody can relate to," Ken said during our MYXclusive interview.

He also did an all-out live performance of the song, busting some moves and impressively hitting those notes. His followers can expect the same energy in his upcoming music video.

When asked how it feels to be part of the new label Cornerstone Music, Ken says it's a huge honor. "It's a blessing, you know. It's a huge honor because this is a very early stage of Cornerstone Music. It's almost a baby, it's new. Sobrang bago and as this record label is growing, I'm also growing in my craft."

As early as now, he exclusively revealed that his third single will be a collab with industry legend Jungee Marcelo. How cool is that? Truly, there is no way but up for this talented young artist!

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