Singing on the wings of love

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Sunday, December 7, 2014


ROXETTE Malamion was always described as one of the most competitive singers not only in her school but the whole town.

This 23 year-old songbird has been singing since 4 years old.

“Singing and listening to music takes me to another world, a wonderful world full of beautiful melodies. It’s a form of escapism here from Earth to the heavens above,” she said.

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At an early age she has already brought home honor winning in various singing competitions including Baguio’s Got Talent, K-lite Idol, Country Battle of the Bands and OPM Duets.

This year, she was one of the top finalists of GMA Bet ng Bayan Provincial and OPM PagCor4.

“This career made me a stronger person. From a girl to being a woman, from being naïve to being bold, weak to being strong, it has exposed my heart to a lot of failure, yet in the end, still pursues perfection.”

For her, winning in a competition has its perfect timing and losing made her a stronger competitor and a more mature musician.

Roxette wouldn’t be in this level of her career without the guidance of her family. Win or lose, her family will always be there for her. They’re always present in competitions she joins.

“My mother and brother are my best coaches of my entire career,” she said.
She remembers belting out “On the Wings of Love” so well and this was because of them.

Roxette is one of new singers to look forward to in town. Perhaps her voice is that which will take us soaring on the wings of love.

Published in the Sun.Star Baguio newspaper on December 08, 2014.

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