Aug 20, 2007


AS a girl growing up in Cebu, Kim Chiu never thought she’d one day be an actress and now, also a recording star. PBB Teen Edition catapulted her to fame and fortune. Star Records just released her first solo album, “Gwa Ai Di”, a
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compilation of pop and teen love songs that will make your heart sing all day long. It has eight songs, with “Crazy Love” as the carrier single. It’s a catchy bittersweet love song about a love that can never be that teens pining for love can surely relate to easily. The album has three Chinese songs. One is “Peng Yeo (Friend)” that Kim popularized while she was still inside PBB. The other two are “Liang Dai Biao Wo De Xin” (The Moon Represents My Heart) and the title track “Gwa Ay Di”.

One song lovelorn listeners can relate to is “Heartbreak Song”. The last two songs are “Trying” and the title song of her new movie with Gerald Anderson directed by Lino Cayetano, “I’ve Fallen for You.”

What can Kim say about the allegation that she’s the reason why Sandara Park’s career dimmed, prompting her to go back to Korea? “Bakit naman po akong sisisihin?” she says. “It’s the public who decides naman, di ba? I’m just thankful to the public na patuloy sa pagsuporta sa love team namin ni Gerald. “
Mario E. Bautista
People's Journal

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