Singer-composer Aiza Seguerra refuted reports that she is planning to stay in Singapore for good.
Seguerra said she is happy with the success of her first international album, "Open Arms," in Singapore but this does not mean that she is moving there.
Seguerra is now making a name in Singapore after the release of "Open Arms." After topping the jazz charts in Singapore for three weeks, the album earned a gold record award.
"Kung kailangan ng sagsagang promotion para lang practical, pwedeng [mag-stay] pero for a few months lang," said Seguerra.
The former child star is also proud because a lot of Filipino artists are now being recognized abroad, especially in other Asian countries.
"Ang nagbibigay ng inspirasyon sa akin sa pagkanta ay 'yong family ko, si (girlfriend) Chen (Sarte) at 'yong mga taong everytime na nakikita mo na kapag kumakanta ka ay masaya sila," Seguerra said.
Seguerra’s "Open Arms" album is produced by S2S. It is also available in Indonesia, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Japan. Star Records, meanwhile, brought "Opens Arms" in the Philippines.