BAMBOO AND KZ TANDINGAN

Francisco Gaudencio Lope Belardo Mañalacpopularly known as Bamboo Mañalac or simply by the mononym Bamboo, is a Filipino-American musician and singer-songwriter. He began his career as vocalist and original frontman of Rivermaya and later fronted his own band, Bamboo. Bamboo band disbanded in 2011 and Mañalac then pursued a solo career and released his first solo album, No Water, No Moon.

Mañalac is known for his distinct vocals, which combines elements of rock with a mellow technique; he also has a notably eccentric style in live performances. His musical and singing style as well as his band's polished sound have made him an icon in the Philippine music industry.

 

 

Kristine Zhenie Lobrigas Tandingan-Monterde, mononymously known as KZ, is a Filipino singer and rapper hailed as Asia's Soul Supreme. She rose to prominence following her win on the first season of The X Factor Philippines in 2012.[2]

That same year, she won Aliw Award for Best New Artist. She has released notable songs in the Philippines such as "Darating Din", "Mahal Ko o Mahal Ako" and "Two Less Lonely People in the World", which peaked at number 2 on the Philippine Hot 100 in 2017.

Tandingan was one of the members of the all-female supergroup DIVAS along with Yeng Constantino, Kyla, and Angeline Quinto.

She became known internationally when she joined Singer 2018, a popular singing competition aired on HBS.