What better way to signal in the holidays than with Christmas songs? And giving us a new Christmas Anthem, A1’s Ben Adams teams up with our very own Morissette!
It’s definitely feeling a lot like Christmas with this new track! So ICYDK who Ben Adams is, he is the lead singer of the chart-topping boyband ‘A1’ that gave us timeless hits like ‘Everytime’, ‘Walking in the Rain’, and ‘Like A Rose’. And of course, we know Asia’s Phoenix Morissette, who gives us hits like her recent rendition of St. Wolf’s ‘Papara‘. And is one of the biggest and best-selling Filipina pop stars of her generation.
‘This is Christmas’ was released last November 8, 2019, and is currently available on all major streaming platforms.
‘This is Christmas’ by Ben Adams and Morissette
So even though it was released just last November 8, Ben Adams and Morissette already performed it live on ASAP over the weekend on November 11. So ICYMI, you can watch their live performance of ‘This is Christmas’ right here:
It’s nothing new that Filipino artists collaborate with International ones, just like Regine Velasquez’s collaboration with Rick Price. But did you know that it was Roslyn Pineda, Sony Music’s GM Philippines & VP Business Development Asia herself, who personally recommended Morissette to Ben Adams? And when asked what Ben Adams thought of Morissette, he had this to say:
“Well for starters, she has an amazing voice. I was blown away by her performances. So we started talking, and I sent her the song online. We Face-timed to work out who wanted to sing what.”
Morissette shared that when Bed Adams had first reach out about the song she was, “just thrilled and thought It would really be an honor to be working with him.” And that she was all the more excited when, “he first shared the song to us, it got me more excited because of the danceable vibe and fun feel the song had.” So stream ‘This is Christmas’ right now!
What do you think of Ben Adams’ and Morissette’s ‘This is Christmas’? Isn’t it just teh perfect addition to your Christmas Party playlists? 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.