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The last Pinoy standing in Bolt of Talent

He said it took him so long to find his own music. He got signed when he was 16 and got dropped by several record labels so many times until someone approached him and told him to change his sound,” Lance said. “If that person started at 16 and was still persistent until he was almost 40, I mean, how am I supposed to say that I am done?” In that moment, according to Lance, he realized that there are more artists out there who are confronted by the same struggle. It kind of opened his mind that he has a mentor who constantly encourages him and there’s a legendary singer who also believes in his talent. “I was already in the center of that moment where I really wanted to give up. Then Arnell came and then this opportunity knocked on my door. What more can I ask for? Now that I am here, all I need is to utilize this support system to win this competition,” he said. Lance has made it to the Top 2 and will compete against Thailand’s Mild Nawin in the final episode of Bolt of Talent airing tomorrow, Sept. 27, at 9:30 p.m.

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