With consecutive singles coping with heartbreak, longing, and unrequited love, Jayda, at age 17, seems to have already got a deep properly to attract from as a songwriter.
The breakout star is behind the “hugot” hit “Joyful For You,” which practically has 5 million streams on Spotify alone; and extra just lately “Paano Kung Maging Tayo?”.
Her newest single, “M.U. (Malabong Usapan),” is about defending one’s coronary heart, by shunning a relationship with out label.
“Heartbreak shapes you as an individual,” Jayda instructed ABS-CBN Information. “I feel laborious occasions create good outcomes as psychological fortitude, I imagine that. I feel it helps with emotional maturity.”
With out detailing her private expertise, she defined: “I can attest to that, with the issues that I’ve been by means of in life. I really feel prefer it’s elevated my understanding of myself and my feelings, and it’s made me extra trustworthy as an individual.”
“I feel that’s such an vital a part of songwriting. You must be trustworthy with your self to have the ability to be trustworthy together with your viewers, to be susceptible to allow them to really feel you.”
Jayda is wanting ahead to showcase simply that, when she levels her solo live performance on June 26.
The digital occasion, to be streamed on KTX.ph and iWant TFC, would be the end result of successive milestones for Jayda.
Within the first of the half the yr, Jayda launched her first Filipino composition, “Paano Kung Maging Tayo?”, and made her directorial debut, for the only’s music video. She additionally formally signed as a expertise of Star Magic and Rise Artists Studio, paving the best way for her performing debut.
In her interview with ABS-CBN Information, Jayda additionally spoke about her ardour for songwriting, the affect of her superstar mother and father Jessa Zaragoza and Dingdong Avanzado on artistry, and her proudest moments thus far in her younger profession.