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Kaye Cal proud to sound like a man

JUST A THOUGHT: “You must expect great things of yourself before you can do them.” – Michael Jordan

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LIKE A MAN: Fast- rising singer Kaye Cal considers it flattering when people tell her they thought it was a boy they’re listening to whenever they hear her sing.

She says she’s a proud lesbian, a member of the LGBT.

Kaye, who first rose and shone on “Pilipinas Got Talent,” said she takes on the point of view of a man when she writes those beautiful songs. She sang two of them, including “Mahal Ba Ako ng Mahal Ko,” during the media launch of her debut album, “Kaye Cal,” under Star Records.

Kaye has included covers of two OPM hits in her album, one by Chad Borja (“Ikaw Lang”), another by Rannie Raymundo (“How Can It Be”). She says they’re her among her favorites (songs and singers) from the 90s.

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MORE ABOUT KAYE CAL: From “Pilipinas Got Talent” to We Love OPM, Kaye Cal has come a long way. She is now ready to unleash her acoustic soul as she launches her first solo album under Star Music.

Kaye went mainstream as the lead vocalist of Ezra Band, a “Pilipinas Got Talent” Season 1 grand finalist. She has emerged as a solo performer, doing covers in her YouTube channel, recording singles for Star Music’s “OPM Fresh and Himig Handog,” and being part of Nyoy Volante’s team in “We Love OPM.”

Kaye’s self-titled album has nine tracks with two originals, three covers and four bonus hits. She composed the two original songs, “Rosas” and “Mahal Ba Ako ng Mahal Ko.”

It features bonus tracks such as her greatest hits “Walang Iba”, a song originally performed by Ezra Band, and “Isang Araw”, her single under OPM Fresh album.

Kaye’s song “Nyebe”, part of Himig Handog’s P-Pop Love Songs for 2016, is also part of the album alongside “Give Me a Chance”, a single included in the successful soundtrack of the TV series, “Til I Met You.”

Catch her perform live at the grand album launch happening tonight, 7PM at Starmall Alabang. (NESTOR CUARTERO)