HASHTAGS member Wilbert Ross just released his soulful new single “Kung Siya Man,” the sequel to his 2019 massive hit “Maaari Ba,” produced under Star POP.
The song puts an emphasis on granting freedom to someone you truly love no matter how painful it may be, and how loving a person wholeheartedly sometimes means settling for half of what you actually deserve.
“Kung Siya Man” continues the forlorn story of Wilbert’s debut single “Maaari Ba,” which looked into the falling out and ensuing collapse of a once loving relationship.
Fans of the 23-year-old actor-singer expressed their fondness for the song on its lyric video posted on YouTube. “I feel it, that feeling of being beside the one you love but he’s still looking for that other person,” Riza Mae Guinoo mused.
“If we’re going to listen to the song, it’s so meaningful, because aside from the fact that he’s hurting, he’s also regretting that they broke up. This should serve as a lesson that we should think really hard before deciding on something. Beautiful song,” Jaymark Batin shared.
The new song was composed and produced by Wilbert, arranged by Huly Ray Asidor, and executive produced by ABS-CBN Music head Roxy Liquigan.
Before being launched as one of the members of the new wave of “It’s Showtime’s” boy group “Hashtags” in 2017, Wilbert joined the noontime show’s singing competition, “Tawag ng Tanghalan” and the reality singing contest “Pinoy Boyband Superstar” in 2016. Aside from being a mainstay on “It’s Showtime,” he has starred on other projects as an actor, most prominently in the top-grossing film “Hello, Love, Goodbye.”