'The Voice Teens 2': 4-chair turner wows with reggae version of 'Isang Linggong Pag-ibig'


Posted at Feb 16 2020 10:50 PM | Updated as of Feb 17 2020 01:03 AM

MANILA - A 15-year-old from Muntinlupa City is the latest 4-chair turner on "The Voice Kids 2."

On Sunday's episode, Isang Manlapaz performed a reggae version of Imelda Papin's hit, "Isang Linggong Pag-ibig."

A self-confessed fan of reggae and KZ Tandingan, Manlapaz said she learned how to sing by listening to her father.

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"Isang, that was nice. There was nothing wrong with that performance. It just hurts a little more," Bamboo, who was blocked by Sarah Geronimo, told Manlapaz.

"Isang, isang klase lang ang boses na ganito. Parang naglalaro ka lang sa stage, you were just having fun. It's effortless," Apl.de.ap told Manlapaz.

With Bamboo blocked from being picked by Manlapaz, she has only three coaches to choose from.

Manlapaz eventually chose to be part of Apl.de.ap's team, sharing how she and the Black Eyed Peas' star specialize in the same genre of music.