Indeed, Rhian Ramos is a lady of so many talents.
To celebrate her 11th year in show business, the GMA star is featured in a mini-concert at 6 p.m. at Teatrino, Promenade in Greenhills on July 29.
It is called Rhian of Steel, representing the metal that connotes her 11th year in the business. She says, “Doing a concert has been a long time fan request that I finally gave into after a decade of being intimidated by the mere thought of it.”
The mini concert will feature songs of love and strength chosen by Ramos herself. Her collaborators on stage will be the Skylight band and the Addlib dancers. The show is being produced by a great group of fans known as the Cyberhians.
By way of thanking her audience for the evening, goody bags with souvenirs from MySlim and Mogu-Mogu will be distributed. They will also be raffling off a three-day, two-night stay at the Rieseling Resort in Boracay and five Sun Life Personal Accident Insurance policies worth P50,000 each.
This mini concert is coming on the heels of her successful recording billed “Hear Me” composed by DJ Luanne and Mecha, with lyrics by Brian Lhoto and is distributed by Jay R’s, Homeworkz label.
Fans can stream it via Spotify and purchase on iTunes by clicking the respective links: Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/5MtZP6CrGTcsaneyWvkCOi; iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/ph/album/hear-me-feat-rhian-ramos-single/id1249137335?i=1249137340. You can also use #HearMeRhianRamos as hashtag. The single reached the Top 3 rank on iTunes on its release and the Top 11 spot on Spotify’s Viral 50.
Rhian continues to burn the racing tracks every month as she has found fulfillment winning several awards in this sport. She currently co-hosts Full Throttle with Sam YG on Fox Sports and Taste Buddies with Solenn Heussaff on GMA News TV. She also appears in other GMA Network shows.
Readers of FHM have positioned her on its Top 3 Sexiest List in 2017.
And, to this day, her Saving Sally movie portrayal continues to reap recognition. She is very elated to be nominated alongside sterling names in the local movie industry like Nora Aunor, Vilma Santos, Jacklyn Jose, and Charo Santos in the recent Eddys because of her work in this film. She considers this a wonderful recognition, by itself, already.
And Rhian has this to say to all those who have been there for her in the past 11 years: “To all of you who faithfully support my works and dreams, who believe in me…my ‘lid lifters’ who are there to help me grow and express new facets of myself…thank you.. you are all part of God’s immeasurable blessings.”
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