Rice Lucido is signed under O/C Records, and we definitely got our eyes set on this indie folk singer-songwriter!

O/C Records produced another amazing artist, and her name is Rice Lucido. And besides being a multimedia arts student and freelance designer, Rice Lucido is at the peak of her music career. Being signed under an amazing record label company is definitely a chance of a lifetime!

I get to express my music without compromising my craft.

Says Rice Lucido in an interview for MYX, sharing what it feels to be a part of Kean Cipriano‘s O/C Records.

After her ‘Pahina Uno’ EP launch last year at Mow’s Bar, Rice Lucido continues to level up in the Philippine music scene. And a huge break in her career occurred when her ‘Dalawang Tao’ became part of the OST for the blockbuster movie of Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla, The Hows of Us.

We’re sure this as a great opportunity for the young singer-songwriter. And if you would listen and sing along to this lyric video of ‘Dalawang Tao,’ you’d understand why it was part of The Hows of Us’ OST!

And weeks after the movie release, Rice Lucido was even a part of the Grandma Tour Concert of Unique Salonga, another artist under O/C Records.

Yep, Rice still cannot get over that she performed in the huge concert!. And we can’t blame her, even just being part of the audience is such a precious chance. But hey, with Rice’s talent, it’s really just about time.

You can also check out this interview of Rice Lucido where she talks about these opportunities.

Can’t get enough of Rice Lucido’s mesmerizing voice? Check out her first live session back in 2016 for her single entitled ‘Ulan.’

Rice Lucido’s been making a name for herself before, and we can’t help but be proud of everything she’s accomplishing! Now, we can’t to see this star rise, especially now that she is under the good hands of O/C Records!

So how about you guys? What do you think of Rice Lucido? Are you excited for her as she breaks into the music industry? Let us know what you think in the comment section below! Or better yet, send us a message on Facebook and Twitter @UDoUPh. We’d love to hear from you!