3-chair turner from Baguio picks Bamboo on 'Voice Kids'


Posted at Jun 05 2016 08:31 PM | Updated as of Jun 06 2016 01:55 AM

MANILA - A 12-year-old boy from Baguio City opted to be part of Bamboo's Kamp Kawayan after all three coaches turned for him on Sunday's episode of "The Voice Kids."

Aiken Ramos, who said he dreams of becoming a superstar, performed Yeng Constantino's "Jeepney Love Story." All three coaches -- Lea Salonga, Bamboo and Sharon Cuneta -- turned for him.

"Napaikot ako kaagad kasi maganda 'yung quality ng boses mo. At kahit gaano pa kabilis 'yung music, parang hindi ka hinihingal. Parang nakakarinig ako ng ngiti," Salonga said.

Sharon Cuneta, for her part, said: "Iba 'yung quality ng boses mo. Malinis, hinahanap namin 'yun."

Bamboo also praised Ramos' voice. "But the biggest problem, my man, is your dance moves," he said.

Ramos eventually chose to be part of Bamboo's team, becoming its fourth member.

"The Voice Kids," which is hosted by Luis Manzano, Robi Domingo, and Kim Chiu, airs Saturdays after "Home Sweetie Home" and on Sundays after "Wansapanataym."