IN PHOTOS: The feelings of love and heartbreak enveloped fans at the Senti Feels concert


It’s a universally known fact that Pinoys love hugot love songs — songs that are emotionally relatable to many people. Whether it’d be tracks that speak of serendipitous affairs or that of unrequited love, we Pinoys just can’t seem to get enough of the sheer emotion these songs bring out of us.

So, it should come as no surprise that the Strarirayblest Entertainment Production brought ten of the country’s rising stars to perform romantic ballads and swoon-worthy songs at the Senti Feels concert!

Held last December 15 at the Music Museum, the concert gathered rising stars like Kithara, Jinho Bae, Leera and Mark Carpio to each perform a setlist of songs that’ll surely tug at your heartstrings and fill you up with emotion. And in case you missed all the “senti feels” this show brought, here are some highlights from that soulful night:

Mikoy Morales kicked off the night with the song, “Sana” and his first single, “Pusong Di Makatulog.” Photo taken by Francesca Militar/INQUIRER.net
Deanne wowed us with her performances of Adele’s “Make You Feel My Love” and Orange and Lemons’ “Umuwi Ka na Baby.” Photo taken by Francesca Militar/INQUIRER.net
Lance Edward serenaded a few single ladies onstage with “Kung Ako na Lang Sana,” “I’ll Never Go” and Meatloaf’s “I’d Do Anything.” Photo taken by Francesca Militar/INQUIRER.net
The Vjosh Tribe showed fans that they are a force to be reckoned with through their performances of “Secret Love Song,” “Sundo” and “Aaminin” — the last of which was a song from their first album. Photo taken by Francesca Militar/INQUIRER.net
Rj Agustin may be new to the music scene but he proved that he’s got mad vocal chops in his covers of Charlie Puth’s “Attention” and South Border’s “Kahit Kailan.” Photo taken by Francesca Militar/INQUIRER.net
Tim Sawyer showed fans his comedic and artistic side in the song, “Jeepney.” Photo taken by Francesca Militar/INQUIRER.net
Kithara showcased their mastery in music with their original songs, “To Move On” and “Hindi Para Sa’yo.” Photo taken by Francesca Militar/INQUIRER.net
South Korean singer, Jinho Bae effortlessly serenaded his fans with the Goblin theme song, “Beautiful” and the Pinoy hit song, “Nanghihinayang.” Photo taken by Francesca Militar/INQUIRER.net
Leera was the queen of soul that night with her stellar performances of the songs “Again and Again,” “I’d Rather” and Quest’s “Walang Hanggan.” Photo taken by Francesca Militar/INQUIRER.net
Mark Carpio ended the night with his chart-topping singles, “Naghihintay Sayo” and “Hiling.” Photo taken by Francesca Militar/INQUIRER.net
To celebrate the holiday season, all of the performers gathered onstage to sing Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas.” Photo taken by Francesca Militar/INQUIRER.net



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