It's quite possible you have heard the song on pop stations. If you missed the title (why don’t most pop stations announce artists and song titles anymore?), you may have seen the video on MYX.
The song is called "Hintayin" and Jay R, garbed in military gear, makes a cameo in which he neither sings nor busts out his signature dance movies. In fact, he acts mean in the video in stark contrast to the mellowness of the song.
Is the local Prince of R&B changing stripes?
Mostly in the family
Not exactly. His cameo in camouflage is an extension of his duties as producer for the pop-rock band Kley, featuring his niece Deejay Poblete on vocals.
Kley recently released their 12-track—15 if you include three brief interstitials—self-titled album and launched the video for "Hintayin" in Off The Grill along Timog in Quezon City.
Most of the songs in the album were written by the band's acoustic guitarist Noah Zuñiga. The catchy first single (and video) "Tsismosa" is only a hint of Zuñiga's hooky Read More »from Jay R molds Kley