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Pink Sweat$ is bringing his “Pink Moon” world tour to the Philippines next month! The “17” singer will be performing live in Manila at the New Frontier Theater on September 27, 2022 in collaboration with Live Nation PH.

The event organizer announced ticket prices for the concert on their Instagram page: VIP Standing 1 - ₱5,000, VIP Standing 2 - ₱4,500, Loge Seated - ₱4,050, Balcony 1 - ₱3,000,Balcony 2 - ₱1,650. Please note that Loge Seated, Balcony 1, and Balcony 2 follow reserved seating. Fans can find additional ticket information, including purchasing instructions here.

Photo Courtesy of Pink Sweat$ Instagram

The mellow R&B track, At My Worst has over 50 million views on Youtube and is a Tiktok favorite gets a dope remix. The original hooks you from the beginning with that beat that has you vibing along. Pink Sweat$ then brings on neo-soul queen, Kehlani. She blesses us with a verse on already a great song!

"Can you see what I'm not saying from my eyes?/All I know is love, for you it's real". "It's different from anything that I thought I'd feel/Don't you worry/I'll be there whenever you want me."

Kehlani, At My worst

Pink Sweat$' upcoming debut album, Pink Planet is set to release February 12, which will feature the At My Worst remix. You'll have to catch his livestreams on February 12th celebrating the album release.

Also ICYMI, he chatted with Dannieboi for a myxCLUSIVE where they talk about being yourself, his music videos, and his writing process. Check out the the interview and the original version of At My Worst below!

Cover Photo Credit: Pink Sweat$ Facebook

Rolling Stone Magazine's latest article looks into the "trigger city" theory in music. To describe the theory, it's "the Butterfly Effect for music streaming. All fans are created equal. A listener in Malaysia or Mexico is as reachable as a fan in Los Angeles or London."

"I think the impact you might have back in your home market would be greater by sending them to the Philippines.”

Chaz Jenkins, Chartmetric’s chief commercial officer

However, Manila is also making its mark in the industry by becoming a target for upcoming artists. Filipinos love their music, from pop songs to strong ballads. Last year, Danish artist, Maximillian's Beautiful Scars soared to the top and landed in the Philippines' Spotify Top 10. Its popularity earned the song 150,000 streams a day with top monthly listeners all from the Philippines. To show love back to Filipino fans, Maximillian collaborated with Filipina artist Moira Dela Torre on an acoustic version of the song.

The article mentions that Quezon City has a population of 3 million people. Streaming platforms have made it easier to accomplish a snowball effect in fandoms and growing fan bases. This can “ 'trigger' a wave of interest that moves frictionlessly from one interconnected market to the next, eventually washing ashore in the U.S." 

Photo Credit: Maximillian Facebook

For some, the end goal might be to break the U.S. market, but it's time to think globally. With buzz growing in the Philippines, it can spread to other markets. After Beautiful Scars' momentum rose, Maximillian's next release expanded to 25 different countries’ New Music Friday rankings. Manila has the opportunity to influence listening habits that would ripple into the U.S. market.

The Western music industry is especially interested in the Philippines because the population is heavy on Spotify users and many Filipinos speak English.

Another artist who had their song rise in the Philippines is Pink Sweat$’ At My Worst. Here we also see the trigger city theory as the R&B track reached the top of the charts. The song which has a similar mellow tone to Beautiful Scars would resonate in the Philippines just like how Lauv's music is a favorite.

Photo Credit: Pink Sweat$ Facebook

“No matter where you’re building fans, you can snowball it over into other territories and get a spark that allows you to build everywhere.”

Josh Feshbach, Pink sweat$ manager

Manila is a city you don't want to sleep on. The crowd appreciates and understands good music. With the streaming platform as the main form of consumption, global thinking is now the norm. The music industry is expanding outside the U.S. and Manila is at the forefront of recognizing the next big thing.

*Cover photo source: Maximillian Facebook

Pink Sweat$ has been taking over the charts in Manila with hits like “Honesty” and “17” that gets us all in our feels and has everyone creating their own covers. In this myxCLUSIVE, he takes some time to chat with Dannieboi about his music videos, his writing process and the latest single, “At My Worst.” Here are the highlights with Pink Sweat$:

1. Pink Sweat$ is just as cool as his music
From the start, he greets us with a smile that brings in the good vibes. He tells us how he’s been doing during the pandemic and puts the situation into perspective. “I’ve hit a mental peace to accept this as how things are. I don’t let it influence and deteriorate the inside.”

2. He released “Honesty” as the debut single to bring out something more
Pink Sweat$ is all about “allowing myself to be myself.” He explains that the climate of music with dance, trap, or the rap genre now is so different than the sound of previous generations. He looks to be a voice that paints pictures through music. “I just want to create a story. When I’m listening to music, I want to relate to it.”

3. The “Body Ain’t Me” music video almost didn’t happen
When the music video was released, the song had been out for a while already and his team had to convince him to make the video. The idea came from wanting to “make the process fun and not so serious and spot on with the song.” He also tells Dannieboi that there’s hidden messages within the video. We have to go back and watch it again!

4. All songs come from personal experience
Tracks like “17” and “Lows” come from his own experience or those around him. As he mentioned early in the interview, he wants to create music that is relatable with people and they could see themselves in the lyrics. He says “17” came from a place of wanting something he hasn’t had yet, to be madly in love. “I didn’t see a lot of happy marriages. It’s not normal to get married and break up…give the person you love the old dusty years.”

5. “At My Worst” just makes you feel good
As the baseline plays, we hear the retro influence from the start. From there, producer John Hill added the guitar layer and the song came to be. The song is something that could instantly change your mood. Between the beat, bright colors, and happy moments in the music video, there's no way it isn't going to make you smile.

Pink Sweat$ was down to also answer myxer questions that you have to check out! Find out who’s his favorite artist, odd jobs he had before making music, and shows how much love he has for the Philippines! We can’t wait for him to visit and see him perform!

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