Say hello to the fresh new sound of Blaine Nasser with his newest single, ‘Let Me Love You Down’!

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We here at U Do U love giving a platform to artists that we believe deserve the spotlight. So say hello to the Davao-born OPM artist, Blaine Nasser and his newest single ‘Let Me Love You Down’!

So for those of you who are fans of the ABS-CBN talent show, Pilipinas Got Talent, you may have seen Blaine Nasser on there without realizing it. You see back in 2016, he was part of the four-piece boy band, Next Option, that auditioned for PGT. And during which, they even got Robin Padilla and Angel Locsin to jam with them on stage. Watch their performance on PGT below:


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So now, years after Next Option, Blaine is still forging his own path in the music industry. And just recently, November 25, he released his latest single entitled ‘Let Me Love You Down’.

Let Me Love You Down by Blaine Nasser

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So not only is Blaine a singer, but he is also a songwriter and producer. And he is even the co-founder of BLAKH Productions, along with DJ and record producer Dylan Jaspers, and fellow Davao artist Khail SOLO. Both of which he collaborated with to produce ‘Let Me Love You Down’. So although this is the first time we’ll be featuring Blaine Nasser, this isn’t his first single. In fact, he has put out two previous singles entitled ‘Dahan Dahan’ (2019) and ‘School Girl’ (2018). But it was ‘Let Me Love You Down’ that caught our attention.

So give ‘Let Me Love You Down’ by Blaine Nasser a listen today!


Overall, we loved ‘Let Me Love You Down’ by Blaine Nasser. And he couldn’t have chosen a better time to release it. What with the cold holiday nights fast-approaching, ‘Let Me Love You Down’ will surely keep you warm. Pro Tip: Listen to ‘Let Me Love You Down’ by Blaine Nasser with a special someone, IYKWIM. *wink*

So what did you think of this up and comer? Did you like ‘Let Me Love You Down’ by Blaine Nasser? We’d love to hear what you think! So share with us your thoughts in the comments down below! Or hit us up on our Facebook or Twitter @UDoUPh.

*Photos courtesy of Blaine Nasser