MICHAEL PACQUIAO Didn't Think That His Music Would Blow Up

Carlo Segundo Bautista

Posted at September 02, 2020

Following the viral success of his song "Hate", Michael Pacquiao kicked off the month of September by dropping a brand new track called "Angel".

According to the rap prodigy in a MYXclusive interview with VJ Samm Alvero, the song is about a girl that he likes. "She's like an angel to me," said Michael who refused to comment whether the girl knows that he wrote "Angel" about her.

Courtesy: Michael Pacquiao

The second-born son of boxing champion turned senator Manny Pacquiao floored fans with his impressive rap skills when he dropped the track "Pac-Man" with his friend Michael Bars and his debut album Dreams in July. "I didn't think it would blow up," he confessed.


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Just like the title of his viral song, Michael also received some "hate" and was accused of only benefiting from his last name. But even his famous parents were shocked when he released an album that he just recorded in his room.

"They were happy though, I like that. They were proud," he shared. In fact, there's a possibility that "Pac-Man" could be used as the main song when his dad enters the boxing ring!


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While he's already living his dream of becoming a rapper, Michael is still bent on pursuing his hoop dreams. He plans to go back to training for basketball when the quarantine season is finally over.


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As for his "greatest dream", the 18-year old artist says he would like to inspire others just like his dad. Get to know more about Michael Pacquiao's dreams in this MYXclusive interview by VJ Samm:

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