The Clash alumna Kyryll Queen Ugdiman is now officially a recording artist after releasing her debut single “Silent Rumblings” under new music label AltG Records.
Also known as the “Millennial Chick” from Iloilo, Kyryll joined The Clash in 2018 and have stayed in the talent-search competition until the 4th Week. She garnered the 8th over-all position.
Before joining The Clash, Kyryll joined The Voice Teens Philippines in 2017 under coach Bamboo and got eliminated in the Live Shows episode.
Despite not making it to the Final rounds of The Clash and The Voice Teens Philippines, Kyryll have gotten the attention of record producers because of her unique soulful voice which is often compared to Sia.
“I am very honored to be releasing a single. Dati nangangarap lang ako na maging isang recording artist and now, it’s finally here. Nagpapasalamat ako sa GMA Network, GMA Artist Center and AltG Records for believing in me.”
An original composition of Bel Andres, Silent Rumblings is a “downer” which seems like the music of choice for millennial listeners these days – Kyryll quips that if there’s one word to describe the song is it’s “soulful”, and she’s right. Perfect tune to listen to on a rainy day.
Silent Rumblings is now available on Apple Music, Spotify and digital stores worldwide.
The Clash alumna Kyryll Ugdiman singing her debut single under AltG Records "Silent Rumblings"
Posted by Raincheck on Friday, June 21, 2019
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