Jona reimagines classic and current hits in ‘Youtube Music Night’


Singer Jona headlined the first “YouTube Music Night” event in the country with her digital concert dubbed Love, Jona, which streamed live for free on Saturday night.

“This is the first time that I’ll have a digital concert,” she excitedly shared with Manila Standard Entertainment during the Love, Jona virtual media conference. “Because Valentine’s Day is coming soon, my lineup for the concert will be pure OPM and it makes me proud to be able to showcase some of the best songs in the industry, ranging from the late ‘80s, ‘90s, to the current hits.”

Power belter Jona ignites the love month in a free virtual concert called ‘Love, Jona,’ a show which is part of ‘YouTube Music Night.”

Apart from performing her own music, the ABS-CBN talent also covered songs of Moira de la Torre and likewise did a medley of Daniel Padilla hits.

The virtual concert streamed exclusively on the YouTube channels of ABS-CBN Star Music, MOR, MYX, and One Music.

During the virtual conference, Jona said that she feels overwhelmed to become the first Filipino artist to headline YouTube Music Night.”

“Nakaka-surprise, nakaka-happy! I feel honored because out of the many talented artists here, I’d pioneer this. The trust is overwhelming but I wanna enjoy the moment,” she revealed.

In the virtual show directed by Frank Mamaril and hosted by MYX VJ Ai dela Cruz and Kwentong Barber’s Edward Barber, Jona was joined by Star Music artists Bugoy Drilon, Jeremy G, and JMKO as special guests.

The show officially kicked off the YouTube Music Night events led by leading video platform, YouTube, and produced by ABS-CBN Music. The first staging of the project in Southeast Asia is expected to deliver breathtaking performances amid top-level production.

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