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14 Southeast Asian Artists Are Collaborating on a Song Called “Heal”

Female musicians from the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, and Singapore have lent their voices for the inspirational song

These days, it’s important to keep hope afloat and inspiration flowing. During quarantine, 14 musicians from all over Southeast Asia came together to do exactly that.


Jayda, Jona, Kyla, KZ Tandingan, Lesha, Moira Dela Torre, and Xela of the Philippines are set to release a new song called “Heal,” a collaboration with some of the most popular talents and emerging artists in Southeast Asia’s music scene: Rinni Wulandari and Yura Yunita of Indonesia, DOLLA and Shalma Eliana of Malaysia, Haneri and Haven of Singapore, and Valentina Ploy of Thailand.


Prior to the project, the girls involved shared that they didn’t know much about each other, but went on to look each other up online and listen to their music and by the end of it had become fans of one another.


Produced by ABS-CBN International, the song is a #StreamToDonate project: This means that part of the fees and royalties will go to ABS-CBN’s Pantawid ng Pag-ibig program, a fundraising campaign that aims to provide relief to Filipinos who have lost their sources of livelihood due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 


“Heal” will be released on Friday, September 11. Pre-save the song here.


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