“A Little Bit of Lovin” by acoustic Jazz singer Zia Quizon

ZIA Quizon launches her second album “A Little Bit of Lovin” with PolyEast Records  held at Sequoia Hotel in Timog last August 13.

IMG_5511Zia Quizon’s debut album brought her on top by balancing the sound of jazzy and folky voice as she easily proved herself as capable of breathing new life of OPM. Now she’s back with another CD with eight original cuts including Zia’s compositions and two classic revivals released by PolyEast Records.

Zia’s sophomore album is titled “A Little Bit of Lovin” and back with her worldly, earthy soul voice with the new single “Pasakalye” written by Jungee Marceio. “Pasakalye” have hit the radios and a music video will be launched on MYX Channel soon.

45596_10151741321934061_93262450_nWith a new album that will definitely show Zia’s ability to push her own boundaries, the new cd includes a remake of White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army” and OPM classic ” Masdan Mo Ang Kapaligiran” borrowed from 70s Pinoy folk rock band Asin.

Aside from Zia’s notable vocal performance, her songwriting craft shines through the songs “Under and Over”, “On The Run”, “A Little Bit of Lovin”, “Sweet Memories” which throw her trademark bluesy vocal and really got something to talk about the artistic evolution of or,= of the country’s most-anticipated singer-songwriters.IMG_5512

This journey must have embraced the legacy that both her parents have given her – ZsaZsa Padilla, her mother’s singing prowess and her father Dolphy Quizon’s funny charm – but reveals an artist who has gone through a musical transformation paving her mark in the industry.

As our singer/songwriter continues to dabble in different sounds and styles, also included in the album are collaborations with talented songwriters and singers like “Katulad ng Iba” featuring Gloc-9 which was made in support to “NOT IN OUR SCHOOL Anti-Bullying Campaign”; a soulful “Kung Ayaw Mo Sa Kin” composed by Francis Salazar; and the song “Baklt Dl Ka Crush ng Crush Mo” became an original soundtrack of the same movie title also written by Junjee Marceio.back-cover

“A Little Bit of Lovin” is Zia’s follow-up to her self-titled debut in 2011 with the chart-topping and award-winning songs “Ako Na Lang”, “Dear Lonely” and “Simple Girl”, has sold more than 10,000 copies.

Our 22-year old acoustic Jazz singer brought home her first Awit Awards trophies for Best Female Recording and Best Recording by a New Female Artist in 2012.

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“Ako Na Lang,” the same song which proclaimed Zia as one of this generation’s rarest commodity, also won the 2011 Awit Awards “Song of the Year” for songwriter Jungee Marceio and Zia’s single “Simple Girl” for Best Engineered Recording for Nikki Cunanan. In 2012, Zia also received MYX Music Awards 2012 as Favorite New Artist.

“A Little Bit Of Lovin” is now available for downloads on mymysicstore.com.ph and iTunes wordwide.

http://www.mymusicstore.com.ph/album/1175112/A-Little-Bit-Of-Lovin.html

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For more information you may visit:

The Official Website:

http://www.polyeastrecords.com/

and like PolyEast Records on Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/pages/PolyEast-Records/323972039060

Twitter

https://twitter.com/PolyEastRecords

Special thanks to SEQOUIA HOTEL, Discovery Country Suites Tagaytay and Mossimo.

In line with her new album, Zia will stage her first-ever concert titled “A Little Bit Of Lovin” with special guest Gloc-9, on September 26, 2013, Friday 8pm at the Music Museum, Greenhills. Tickets are available at ticket world 891-9999.

 

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