Sexy Soul and Jazz Artist Markki Stroem launched his much awaited debut album THOUSANDS OF PIECES produced by Cornerstone Music yesterday (October 5) at the Bonifacio High Street Activity Area.

The Album includes his carrier single –  a jazzed-up cover of Carley Rae Jepsen’s hit song “Call Me Maybe”, which is currently becoming a big radio hit.  Markki also gave Britney Spear’s “Toxic” an exciting twist which is definitely a surefire hit once released.

Also included in the album are some original songs written and arranged by Markki himself which depict various state of the heart, relationships and life.  Kung Pwede Lang Ibalik, Illicit Activities, Fall From Grace, Iron Curtain and Exchanging Glances.

“I really consider this my ‘baby’ because I have been a part of the whole creative process,” says Markki. “I am very thankful that I was given this chance to work on a very personal album like this.” He also added that he is mighty thankful that he got to work with some of the most artistic people in the business – singer Zia Quizon, production house Generation M and his own band.

Markki’s  versatility is undeniable.  Aside from being a musician, he is also currently working on two big projects which will be shown before the year ends.  He will be playing the character of Joe Jonas in “Camp Rock” the musical and will portray a different and very exciting role (one of the lead casts) in an independent film “Slumber Party” – a Cinema One Originals entry.

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