Julie Anne San Jose made it to NYC Times Square Billboard

Actress-singer Julie Anne San Jose has been featured on a billboard for music streaming platform Spotify, which is now up on New York’s famous Times Square.

The award-winning hitmaker got featured on the electronic billboard found right at the center of Times Square for Spotify’s “Equal” campaign which aims to femme-power women all around the world.

Julie Anne San Jose is also this month’s cover photo for Spotify’s Equal Philippines playlist and her single FREE is featured on Spotify’s Equal Global playlist alongside international artists such as Doja Cat, Ariana Grande and David Guetta among many others.

Behind the song “FREE” was a team of genius producers both from the US and the Philippines — Herdy Casseus, Andrew Gonzales, Carlisle Tabanera and Ito Rapadas. Julie Anne San Jose also co-wrote the song with Eduardo Gonzalez and Denise Pimping.

Stream “FREE”:

Spotify | Official Music Video | Lyric Video

Follow Julie Anne San Jose:

Facebook | Instagram

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

BUSINESS & ENTERTAINMENT

Discover Southeast Asia’s must-have finds through the ASEAN Online Sale

Ever thought of exploring other cultures but never had the chance to? Now, Shopee makes it easier for you to get the best of what other countries have to offer, right from the comfort of your home. Starting August 8, discover what Southeast Asia can offer and get up to 90% off at the ASEAN Online Sale.

Read More
BUSINESS & ENTERTAINMENT

Three Easy Ways To Score Over ₱2M worth of prizes at the 8.8 ShopeePay Festival

Online transactions are now more rewarding as ShopeePay gives you more reasons to send money, buy load, and shop online! From August 6 to 8, ShopeePay is hosting three days of giveaway with over ₱2M in prizes. Users can further rejoice as exciting prizes and rewards are up for grabs at the 8.8 ShopeePay Festival!

Read More
BUSINESS & ENTERTAINMENT

Shopee Promotes Safe Online Shopping Experience with Shopee Cares PH

With more Filipinos relying on e-commerce to get their essentials, this has also increased the need to protect them due to the growing number of fraudulent activities happening in the digital space. In a Consumer Pulse Survey conducted by TransUnion in February 2022, of the over 1,000 Filipino adults polled, 53% said they were targeted by fraudsters in the previous 3 months.

Read More
WP2Social Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com