Sarah Geronimo says her One Heart album reflects her struggles in life

Sarah Geronimo’s 15-track album titled One Heart will be released in record bars starting May 15.

"In a way, nandito sa album na ito yung pinagdaanan ko," says Sarah Geronimo about her new album titled One Heart.

During her presscon for the album held earlier today, May 6, members of the press curiously asked Sarah, what’s inside her heart now?

The singer-actress admitted, "Si Lord. Alam kong lagi niyong naririnig, pero si Lord talagang Siya yung...Siya yung hindi talaga nang-iwan akin nung panahon na feeling ko talaga sobrang alone ako at walang-wala ako kasi, masakit, e. Masakit yung mga pinagdaanan. At hindi lang naman tungkol sa pag-ibig, even sa career, maraming mga detractors na ayaw sa iyo, galit sa iyo. Ayun, si Lord lang talaga yung palaging nakakakita at palagi mong nakakausap."

"Ang nagawa pa lang namin na music video yung ’Sino Nga Ba Siya.’ Pero ano na, uumpisahan na po namin yung para sa next single, yung ’Siya Ang Mahal.’"

Sarah’s latest album, One Heart, contains eight original compositions and seven remakes of popular selections.

The carrier single, "Sino Nga Ba Siya" was composed and produced by Vehnee Saturno. It was originally released in December as a digital track for a music video.

The second single, "Kung Siya ang Mahal," is another Saturno creation made especially for Sarah.

Her track "Fallin’" was used in the soundtrack of her movie with Gerald Anderson titled Catch Me...I’m in Love. This romantic comedy had a remarkable month-long run in theaters nationwide. Janno Gibbs is the original singer of "Fallin.’"

The Popstar Princess also does a duet with concert king Martin Nievera for the George Canseco/Louie Ocampo-collaboration "Ikaw." Another interesting collaboration is with Kean Cipriano of Callalily for "Bata."

Covers in the album include "Bakit Pa Ba" (popularized by R&B prince Jay-R) and "Sa Isip Ko" (originally performed by Agot Isidro). Also included are originals like the dance track "Handang umibig Muli" and Louie Ocampo’s "I Miss You."

Viva Records will release the 15-track album One Heart in Astroplus, SM Music Box, Odyssey and other record bars starting May 13.






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