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But watching her perform “Upuan,” and doing it with the grit and gigil like I haven’t seen her do in a long time, I was reminded again of how talented and intense she can get, and how all Constantino needs is the freedom to make the songs, and be the person, she wants to be. Independence is a good thing, we are told. And on that stage, singing Gloc-9 songs, we hope all these artists remember that. Ah, but there is no talking about AKNM without speaking of the OPM icons who went on that stage and did their time with Gloc-9. And yes, there were Janno Gibbs and Ogie Alcasid doing “Hindi Mo Madinig,” as there were Chito Miranda, Rico Blanco, and Ebe Dancel doing their songs as well. But there was also Regine Velasquez, whose performance of “Takipsilim” might be the highlight of this concert series. And no, this is not because she did some vocal acrobatics. Instead it’s about her ability at control and containment, reconfiguring this song so that by the time she was playing around with it, belting out notes that just kept getting higher and higher, the agony of regret that is in the song just made more and more sense. This is of course a function of age, and one hopes that when Velasquez does reinvent herself again, it is precisely to point out that she now has nothing to prove. She is one unbeatable music icon, the closest we might ever have to a music star: she just needs the project and reinvention to go with it.
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