After launching his musical career with a platinum-selling self-titled debut album, Enchong Dee is back with his most personal project to date via his second album “EDM (Enchong Dee Moves)” released by Star Music.
“EDM,” which Enchong says is his gift to his fans for his 10th anniversary in showbiz, also marks Enchong’s foray into electronic dance music.
“I want to give out a part of me to my audience that they can take home or drive around with. It’s also a gift for the continuous support my fans gave me for the past decade. This album is really personal, more than any of my projects,” said Enchong.
The album contains ten tracks, including carrier singles “Telenobela” and “’Di Ko Alam,” as well as “Hopia,” Enchong’s personal composition.
“’Hopia’ was inspired by a friend while we were driving, and I finished writing it in 30 minutes. There are so many love hopefuls, and this is for them – a tribute to people who constantly wish for a trusting, caring, and loving relationship with someone they like. So I wrote it for them,” he explained.
The album is mainly composed of love songs, such as the fun-laced “Oo Gusto Kita,” “Crush,” “Sa Huli,” as well as the tender and pleading “Hanggang Dito Na Lang.”
However, Enchong also encourages listeners to get up and dance with the song “Tara Pagpawisan.”
Completing the track list are “Crush (Theo Remix),” which features a rap part by Hashtags member and “PBB 737” Teen Big Winner Jimboy Martin, and “Hopia Theo Remix” featuring Bebe Riz BFe Wbh.
“EMD (Enchong Dee Moves),” produced by Rox Santos, can now be streamed on Spotify and is now available at all record bars nationwide for only 199 Pesos. Digital tracks can also be downloaded via online music stores such as ABS-CBN Store, iTunes, Mymusicstore.com.ph, Amazon.com, OneMusic.ph, and Starmusic.ph.