Rico Blanco and Maris Racal Exchange Greetings and Love You

by Ellon Labana


Written by RB Jane

Rico Blanco and Maris Racal exchange greetings and love you in social media stir public attention and gain support and happy reactions from friends in the industry.

Rico Blanco celebrated his 48th birthday last March 17. From that plenty of birthday greetings, the singer receives one greeting that becomes significant as it gains a reaction from Rico himself that fully awakens the heart and the attention of many. 

Rico Rene Granados Blanco or publicly known as Rico Blanco is a Filipino music icon who ventures into singing, songwriting, multi-instrumentalist, record producer, actor, endorser, and entrepreneur. He is a founding member of the Philippines rock band Rivermaya. 

From being the primary songwriter to being the alternative musician that plays guitar or keyboard, Rico also does vocals.

Rico announces his departure from Rivermaya on May 2007, and on June 12, 2008, Rico Blanco’s first single, “Yugto,” launched with Warner Music Philippines.

Rico is known to be a very supportive artist to the newbies, that he is open to mentor and producing potential talents.

Mid 2019, when PBB alumna Maris Racal released her new single under Star Music entitled “Abot Langit,” written by herself with Rico Blanco’s collaboration.

Together with the song, the two works seem to make their way to their different kind of Rico and Maris closeness. 

Abot Langit’s official music video released by ABS-CBN Star Music on YouTube shows Rico Blanco as the video hits the song’s end.

Another version of Abot Langit’s music video is uploaded in Rico Blanco’s account on YouTube with the title “ABOT LANGIT (#RICOVERED) /MARIS RACAL, RICO BLANCO.” 

In the video, the two each held and played the guitar with the headset while singing the song. 
“hi rico. happy birthday.” These simple greetings from Maris Racal with Rico’s picture and a video of them together, while doing a song cover that Rico replied with a “hahaha love youu!!!🦩🦩🦩” fires up noise in social.

Source: Inquirer

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