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10.25.2011 – Christian Bautista fresh from his four months gig with The Kitchen Musical he’s back for the launch of his forth coming album Outbound from Universal Records. The press conference was held at the roof deck of Cocoon Boutique Hotel in Quezon City.

Christian performed three songs from his Outbound album which will be released also in Asia early next year in countries such Singapore, Indonesia, and Malaysia. No word if it will be released in the mentioned countries altogether but you be sure it’s going to be hit.

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The first single “All That’s Left” presents Christian’s new, bolder sound, and further proves that he is more than just balladeer. The video featured CosPlay Queen of the Philippines Alodia Gosiengfiao as Christian’s leading lady. While taping for The Kitchen Musical, Christian never ceased to get in touch with some of the region’s mover’s in the music industry until he met Tat Tong, composer or Outbound’s first single. Tat is the composer of the anthemic “All That’s Left.”


Producer, arranger, song writer Tat Tong is responsible for more than 20 Top 10 and five #1-charting hits in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, and mainland China.
His songwriting, arranging and mixing work has gone platinum and won accolades from artists and critics, including the Top 20 Songs of 2011 and the Top 10 Albums of April 2011 in the Global Chinese Music Awards. In addition, best-selling Hong Kong artist Hin Cheung [Universal Music Hong Kong] has described Tat’s production work as “nuanced and layered – the production quality us unparalleled by other contemporary productions in the market.”

Tat Tong is presently involved in mixing an official album for NBC’s top-rating reality a cappella competition “The Sing-Off”, which will be released under Sony Music’s Epic Records in the US.

Outbound also features Tat’s three masterpieces – original songs like “Unphotographable”, “What Can I Do” and his masterful work on Christian’s cover of George Michael’s “Faith”, which is special for Christian because it is his first big solo in The Kitchen Musical.


The album Outbound gathers his noteworthy works with Grammy-Nominated multi-platinum instrumentalist in Jim Brickham (Never Far Away), the K-Pop R&B Trio One Way (Wrong Number), Indonesian songwriter Satrio for the hit “I’m Already King”, the theme of Christian’s Indonesian movie “A Special Symphony”, and with Avex Japan’s amazing Baby M for the lovely duet “Sakura”


Baby M is a signed artist of Japan’s biggest independent recording company Avex Trax, home of J-Pop superstars like Namie Amuro, Ayumi Hamazaki, Koda Kumi to name a few. Their duet will be released in countries like Japan, South Africa, and further establishing Christian’s stature as an international recording artist.


Being an avid user of the BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) Christian get the support in promoting his album Outbound because they have seen the same values the product stands for. Christian has been away for four months in Singapore for the The Kitchen Musical and it comes handy for him to communicate using the BBM feature.

This allows the users to send and receive messages any time even to contacts overseas. They can also send photos, videos, and voicenotes. As it is real time, contacts know when messages have been delivered and when their friends have read it.

Christian knows that for Filipinos living abroad, BlackBerry Messenger is cost-efficient and functional option to keeping in touch with loved ones around the globe. BlackBerry has supported “All That’s Left” music video, which paired Christian with the Queen of CosPlay Alodia Gosiengfiao.


Christian can still be seen in the first Pan-Asian musical TV series “The Kitchen Musical”, which airs over at AXN (New episodes every Monday, 9:05PM) and Studio 23 (New episodes every Saturday at 7:30PM). In the series, he plays Chef Daniel, a confident sous check in love with best friend and co-worker Chef Maddie (Karylle).
Outbound is now available at all record bars in the Philippines.


All That’s Left
Faith from “The Kitchen Musical”
I’m Already King from “A Special Symphony”
What Can I Do
Never Far Away (with Grammy nominated recording artist Jim Brickman)
Wrong Number (with K-Pop R7B Trio one Way)
Sakura (with Avex Trax Japan artist Baby M)

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