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Greyson Gets Personal with Fans, Extends Pride Celebration!

Greyson Chance finally returned to Manila to promote his latest album after almost 3 years! Brought by MCA Music Inc., the singer performed a short set for his loyal supporters in the Philippines, signed over 200 albums, and met lucky fans during an exclusive meet and greet. 

The promo show happened last July 28 at Eastwood City. Fans were also able to witness Greyson become more personal with them as the singer told stories about his life for the past three years.



The singer, who was discovered in YouTube in 2010, performed tracks off his latest album including "Seasons Nineteen", "Low", "White Roses", "Lakeshore", and the single "Shut Up". A memorable part during the short encounter is definitely when the singer made some fans cry over the fact that he shared about leaving the music industry. After his promo tour back in 2016, he decided about not doing music anymore as he wanted to go to college - which he later did eventually. However, he felt the need to make music again for his fans and also for himself, who has a soul rooted in music.







His Filipino fans also did not forget to surprise him by forming their own LGBTQ+ flag using just papers and themselves! The singer even raised an actual flag from a fan during his performance of "More Than Me", a song from his "Somewhere Over My Head" EP. It can be recalled that the singer recently came out to the public as gay through an Instagram post. The night ended with Greyson meeting over 250 fans who have been in line as early as 3AM of the same day.




We're pretty sure it's not only the fans who became emotional during this short but intimate promo show, but Greyson too is probably humbled at how even after years of not coming back, even in the music industry, he still has the Philippines supporting him all the way. While there are plenty of solo guy singers out there, Greyson stands out as someone who's accepted his sexuality and expresses it through his music and his shows. He is still underrated but his Filipino fans will take him to the success he deserves with their unwavering support. And Greyson simply won't stop spoiling them as he will be back in 2020 for a bigger show.

Photo credit: Christine Lorraine dela Cruz