It seems like our national boxer wouldn’t have to look far for his next entrance music.
Michael Pacquiao, the son of Filipino senator and legendary boxer, Manny Pacquiao, has recently left the internet in awe when he shared a collaboration song he’d made with his friend Michael Bars.
The song is titled Pac-Man, which is an intense, self-empowering rap track with direct references to Manny and his iconic boxing career.
When I’m in the ring they call me the King, I think I’m becoming like Pacquiao
I’m thinking like Manny, we coming in handy
We giving you something to chat about
I’m here to bring in the bag
I never live with a mask
I wouldn’t come in the ring because I will go in with a wicked attack
Check out the fiery track below!
The boy is gifted!
Second to the five children of Manny and Jinkee, Michael is an 18-year-old student-athlete who is now taking his shot at music– similar to his father whose short-lived music career brought life to those songs your titos and lolos would sing in the videoke like Bilog Ang Mundo and Para Sa’yo.
But no. We’re not talking about “I’m popular so I must milk it by recording songs in the studio” kind of attempt here. If you’ve heard his tracks, Michael is in the right position to call himself a music artist. In fact, after his graduation at Brent International School, Michael teased his followers about an album, posting a photo on IG with a caption that says, “Was bored!? Album in the making~”
Check out below some of his tracks, which can also be streamed on Spotify.
As of this writing, Pac-Man by Michael Bars featuring Michael Pacquiao has over 1 million views. For this track, Michael also trended on Twitter on Tuesday, July 7.
What do you think about Michael Pacquiao’s music?
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