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Living people births Filipino female pop singers Viva Records Philippines artists 21st-century Filipino singers 21st-century women singers. Bituin rose to popularity after her first appearance in the Metropop Song Festival with her interpretation of “Paano Na”, written by Arnold Reyes where she received the festival’s second prize.

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She first gained popularity during the Metropop Song Festival with her interpretation of the song “Paano Na” written by Arnold Reyes making the song the festival’s second prize winner.

Please help by adding reliable, independent sources. With a wowed audience on her first singing appearance, Bituin made rose to diva stardom and secured her spot as one of Philippines’ best female vocals during the Himig Handog Music Love Song Festival with her interpretation of “Kung Ako na Lang Sana”, the grand prize winner.

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Bituin Escalante born April 23,better known as Bituinis aio Filipina singer and host. December Learn how and when to remove this template message. In the following year, Bituin won awards as a new artist in the Philippine music industry.

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