Krissy and Ericka Villongco release self-titled debut album


The self-titled album Krissy & Ericka contains pop tunesperformed by sisters Regine Kristine and Ericka Renee Villongco.


A pop-acoustic teen duo is poised to sweeten the airwaves.

Regine Kristine a.k.a. Krissy and Ericka Renee Villongco, sisters who are only 10 months apart in age, are the fresh faces to watch out for in the local music scene.

At only 15 and 16, both are already excellent guitarists, singers and songwriters. Growing up singing together at church and family gatherings, formal training in music schools and theater performances fully inspired them to really put their hearts into music. They took formal music lessons at the University of the Philippines for voice, classical music and flute.

MCA Music is proud to introduce the freshest teen pop duo and their eponymous debut album which features exciting tracks, like "Game of Love," "Runaway," "Baby Now that I Found You" and the M2M hit "Don't Say You Love Me," which is given a fresh flair with a tinge of country music. Krissy & Ericka also give the Broadway hit "Tomorrow" from the musical Annie a new pop flavor.

Talented as they are, these girls have also composed originals—"He'd Look My Way," "Hope for Humanity," "Surf's Up," "Sisters" and their carrier single "Up Up Down Down."

The self-titled album Krissy & Ericka under MCA Music Inc. is available in all major record bars nationwide.


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