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So, she takes a song and makes it her own. She gave "Over the Rainbow," her "X Factor" audition piece a reggae/ jazz flavor, and bowled the judges over. She has been doing the same thing since, popularizing songs like "Scared to Death" and "Mahal Ko o Mahal Ako." Not content with doing the same things over the over, the "ASAP" mainstay is taking the big leap to digital performance via One Music PH’s concert, "Soul Supremacy," on Sunday, April 23, 6 p.m. Since it is her first digital concert, (one has to log in to Onemusic.ph to watch it), KZ admitted she is not letting her guard down. Entertainment ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 “I don’t know what will happen. People might not log in,” she said in Filipino. No sooner does she voice out her fears than she reassures herself things will turn out okay. You must jump from the cliff to make a difference, she noted. Staying in your comfort zone feels good. But it won’t make you grow. And KZ does not want to end up thinking of what ifs. So, she rides the digital wave, knowing it is one way of reaching out to fans overseas, and it is the wave of the future. The multi-camera setup allow viewers to see KZ’s face and watch the concert from all angles.
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