All are hyped up, sitting in the cloud-9, as Ylona Garcia made her debut at the Head In The Clouds Music Festival 2021. The singer-songwriter made it on the lineup, which also comprises 88rising mainstays Joji, Rich Brian, NIKI, Warren Hue, and Stephanie Poetri.
slick her hair back and dance all night 💃🎉 @ylona_garcia
— PARADISE RISING (@paradiserising) November 5, 2021
The 19-year-old rising international star dropped bombs in Los Angeles as she performed her latest ballad track, ‘Don’t Go Changing‘. Moreover, she sang her heart out with her first single debut under PARADISE RISING, ‘All that‘.
As she blew everyone away, her name has also appeared on Twitter Top Trends at a stroke.
On Instagram, she posted a photo of her while stunningly rocking the mic test on stage with a caption, “sound check ?? DONE !!”
Last March, the Filipina-Australian singer officially joined her new label, PARADISE RISING. A new music collective representing the next wave of Filipino artists exploring hip-hop, pop, and R&B. Moreover, it’s also a sister music company of well-known 88rising.
— 88rising (@88rising) February 26, 2021
HITC as the first Asian-centric music festival in the US
Head in the Clouds 2021 is a two-day music festival, which started today (US Time) in Pasadena, California. Also, it is the first-ever Asian-centric music festival in the US.
More than the 88rising stars, Asian sensational artists centered the stacked line-up. Ylona was breathing the same air with Korean stars CL, Day6’s eaJ, and Seori.
Saweetie, a famed Fil-Am rapper, is also one of the main draws of the festival. Additionally, Filipino-British singer-songwriter Beabadoobee, who released five extended plays under the independent label Dirty Hit, will also perform.
Jennie jams the beat, spotted
Also, the Blinks keep the buzz on social media as Blackpink’s Jennie was spotted at the music festival. Some fans are even manifesting for an ‘Ylona-and-Jennie’ picture together.
— ₙₒ ₙₐₘₑ (@404goinsolo) November 6, 2021
At the end of Ylona’s performance, she humbly said, “Oh, by the way, I don’t think I said what my name was. My name is Ylona Garcia.”
the crowd understood the assignment pic.twitter.com/U73awmuBvM
— ylona on hitc! (@stanylona) November 7, 2021
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