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Like the rest of us, Top EDM Artist Jace Roque found the past two years challenging. But now, armed with new music, a new look, and a new lease on life, he’s ready to reclaim his rightful place on the charts.

However, he had to fight his way through some of the worst days of his life to get to this point.

“Last year I finally faced everything I tried to run from in 2020,” admits Jace. “After I finished promoting my last single in February 2021, I took it upon myself to get treatment for my ongoing mental health issues. I’m doing much better now, though.”

He acknowledges that things still seem bleak in so many ways, what with the conflict in Europe and new COVID-19 variants popping up across the globe. But he now believes life must go on despite whatever is happening.

“It may be tempting to cancel your plans and hide from the world again, but you can’t put your life on hold just because things aren’t perfect. As the saying goes, the world won’t stop turning at kailangan mong sumabay,” he says.

Aside from working on new music, Jace also dyed his hair. He’s sporting an eye-catching platinum blonde ‘do, which he says symbolizes his motto for 2022. The EDM Artist is boldly going in a new direction this year, and coloring his hair is just the first step. 

He’s currently in talks with a couple of record labels. After going it alone for so long, he’s ready to embark on a new chapter with the right team by his side.

“I’m excited to finally get back into the game,” he says eagerly. “It’s high time I took my power back. I have an exciting year planned. I have a lot of songs to share with everyone and a lot of stories to tell.”

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His last single “Forever” was a Top 20 hit on iTunes Philippines. Its music video earned over 1 million views, which even Jace admits was a pleasant surprise.

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“It holds a very special place in my heart, because it was an unexpected hit,” he says. “I decided to release a full English version of it to properly close that era of my career. ‘Forever’ had a great run even if the ongoing coronavirus pandemic made it somewhat hard to promote music. Now it’s time for me to move forward.”

The English version of “Forever” will be available for streaming on April 1. But when it comes to his new music, Jace is keeping quite a tight lid on what he’s been working on. All he’ll say is that he’s preparing to release the most personal songs he’s ever written. Sounds exciting, doesn’t it?

For those who are still trying to get back on their feet after the tough time we’ve endured over the last couple of years, Jace offers this pearl of wisdom: “Acknowledge your pain, take some time to heal, and from the ashes you will rise again.”

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