ZACK TABUDLO’S “PINADAMA” MAKES OUR HEARTS CRAZY

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Upbeat, romantic and full of fireworks!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

How long have you been truly
fighting for your feelings?

Award-winning Filipino singer-songwriter Zack Tabudlo drops his latest single, “Pinadama“. This is one of the official soundtracks for Star Cinema’s trending romantic film, “An Inconvenient Love” starring the most popular love team of this generation, Donny Pangilinan and the Seoul International Drama Awards Outstanding Asian Star awardee Belle Mariano (DonBelle).

This is a certified OPM hit! It brings “kilig” (romantic excitement) vibes, especially for those who are in the early stage of falling in love.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

by Melissa Corpus

Start streaming “Pinadama” here:

Zack Tabudlo’s simple, yet very relatable lyrics makes us all giddy to fall in love again. It has a powerful LSS (last song syndrome) factor that stays with us, making it an effective song.

Ang puso ko’y laging iyo
Hindi man mangyari ngayon ito
Laging ikaw ang laman
Ng puso ko’y hindi mapalitan

Ngunit nawawala ka
Asa’n ka na? Ako lang rin ba?

Lagi lang ikaw ang nasa isip ko, sinta
Hindi man mawala-wala, naliligaw pa nga
Hindi alam ang gagawin kung pa’no ko maibabalik
Ang mahal na ‘yong pinadama, oh-oh

When someone cares, love, and connects to us in a very special way, it attracts us to reciprocate the feeling. This is a common situation especially for friends. Pinadama is a beautiful song that makes us go back to the feeling of being in love.

Those times when we think of our special someone every minute. We daydream to spend precious moments with them. We giggle checking our phones if they have new messages. But when they don’t check on us, we miss them and this feeling makes us crazy at times. It’s the love bug that’s taking over us. The question is, when is the right time to confess your feelings?

Zack has been consistent with his sound on this song—infusing RnB, his heavenly high-pitched vocals, brilliant songwriting, and mastery of production.

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