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Friday, January 17, 2020

AJ Mitchell hits select Megaworld Malls this weekend

01/17/2020 08:15:55 AM

American pop sensation AJ Mithcell will drop by on selected Megaworld Lifestyle Malls this weekend to serenade and meet his Filipino fans. 

Starting this Friday evening, the 18-year old pop singer-songwriter will perform at Uptown Bonifacio at Taguig City. The show starts at 7:00PM.

Meanwhile, the AJ Mitchell tour continues this Saturday, 18 January 2020, 3:00PM at Venice Grand Canal Mall, also in Taguig City. The last stop will take place at 7:00PM at Eastwood City, Quezon City. Joining him during these tours will be Nathan Huang of Nathan & Mercury and the opening act, Any Name’s Okay.

Mitchell, a teen heartthrob that showcases a show-stopping voice, charismatic personality, and sharp songwriting chops, will be at the Philippine shores for the first time. He penned all of his three-hit singles that made it to the Top 40 Radio Chart in a span of fewer than two years:  “Girls,” “All My Friends,” which peaked inside the top 25, and the Ava Max duet “Slow Dance,” now ranked #29 and still climbing. All in all, his tracks also amassed over 100 million streams and 4.15 million monthly listeners on Spotify that made this singer-songwriter as 2019’s most promising male artist.

“This will be my first time in the Philippines,” AJ Micthell said in an interview. “I’m so excited to experience the culture and see as much as I can while there. I can’t wait to eat amazing food and hopefully see some of the beaches as well.”

This year, AJ Mitchell will be releasing his debut full-length album titled Skyview under Sony Music. His latest single “Slow Dance” is now available on all music streaming and download platforms worldwide.

Author: slickmaster | © 2020 The SlickMaster's Files

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