“Bouncing back, it’s important to go through all the stages…”
Get inspired how Karylle, our young diva shares her meaningful and positive experiences on her way to learning through songs. Now available in all record bars, Polyeast Records announces Karylle’s much-awaited album of her journey to a new life and a new-found love for music which plays throughout the length of the 11-track disc called TIME FOR LETTING GO.
TIEM FOR LETTING GO showcases Karylle’s gifts as a distinctive powerhouse vocalist and is released under PolyEast Records with the lead single, I’LL NEVER GET OVER YOU, GETTING OVER ME–a cover from the all-female pop group Expose. The story of love gone wrong unfolds as Karylle’s version is now poised to heat up the airwaves and its music video will be launched soon.
There has been much written about the process of coping with a loss. But as Karylle unravels a story through music, her task to herself became simpler but braced with so much positivism and hope in her heart. TIME FOR LETTING GO is a collection of her most favorite songs that will surely give a definition of finding more meaning of moving on and divide grief into stages. The album’s first stage is denial. Karylle added, “Denial is when you keep saying ‘I’m okay’ even where you’re not. “ One of her original compositions, a sumptuous combination of heart and soul HULOG NG LANGIT is defined by Karylle as “I remained myself in a place that was comfortable and familiar. I distracted myself with beautiful memories to take the place of my reality.”
Second task is anger where Karylle releases anger in the songs YOU’VE MADE ME STRONGER originally by Regine Velasquez and a beautiful ballad ALMOST OVER YOU borrowed from the pop sensation Sheena Easton. This emotional state have inhibited Karylle a sound judgment and clear thinking that she’s ready to take the next step which is depression. As for Karylle, depression is tough. So she relates the songs I’LL NEVER GER OVER YOU, GETTING OVER ME, the album’s kick-off single borrowed from Expose.
As the reality of loss sinks in deeply, bargaining as the fourth stage to Karylle’s journey where the songs THE BEST OF ME (David Foster/Olivia Newton John), a duet with the concert king Martin Nievera also brings another experience to Karylle; one of Karylle’s original compostions, MINAMAHAL KITA and soulful piano-driven WALA NA BANG LAHAT which was composed years back with her ex-boyfriend Dingdong Dantes; and her voice that carries of soul and romance with the remake of TOUCH ME IN THE MORNING originally recorded by Diana Ross in the 70s. Another highlight to this stage is her duet with her mom, Zsa Zsa Padilla with the song popularized by Natalie Cole in the song I LIVE FOR YOUR LOVE. Bargaining for Karylle means “This is when you bargain if you should stay or you should go.”
Until Karylle found her sense of peace and calmness is reached as she begin to find new purpose and meaning relates with the songs SOMETHING NEW IN MY LIFE, a cover from Stephen Bishop’s hit song and LEAVING YESTERDAY BEHIND, an OPM original of Keno. “I must let go of it to make way for newer, bigger and better dreams,” she added.
Time of letting go is a time for new beginnings. And now Karylle shares what she has become after her ordeal, this album has all the answers…Get this 11 tales of the heart with TIME OF LETTING GO, now available in all record bars released by Polyeast Records and also brought to us by STAGES and Italliani’s.