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Wednesday, December 29, 2021

Zack Tabudlo caps a stellar 2021 with 'Pano'

12/11/2021 10:37:40 PM

Zack Tabuldo has highlighted a breakout year by releasing a plethora of chart-topping and stream-worthy singles that is highlighted by collaborations with both local and international music artists, and an album that practically them all. 

This pop singer-songwriter, however, is not resting on his laurels yet (or at least, for this year) as he recently released Pano, R&B-pop ballad amplified with richer, lustrous sound, deals about the pain of losing someone you’ve given your heart and love to, despite trying your best to make everything work. 
Zack explained in a statement, “the song is about showing your vulnerability and genuine love to a person, and getting your hopes and expectations high. Despite all of the great things that you’ve been through, you still end up breaking your heart. The other person just doesn’t feel the same way about commitment and love.”

Written, produced, mixed and mastered by the 21-year-old musician himself, “PANO” is easily one of his most poignant tracks, if not the most hugot-driven off his catalog. In terms of production, Zack wanted a more laid-back approach to the instrumentation, while still giving the audience that soulful, vibey sound that complements his singing style. 
“It’s definitely a different route sonically,” Zack pointed out. “I want to surprise people with the new tracks, another era—more feeling.”
When asked about what he expects the music fans and casual listeners to feel after hearing “PANO” for the first time, Zack hopes that the song would resonate to them on an intimate level. 
“I want this song to mark on their hearts and make them cry, but in a good way.”

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