Bruno Mars’ Choreographer Teach Iñigo Pascual Some Dance Moves for Latest Music Video
BRUNO MARS – The creative choreographer behind some of Bruno Mars’ performances, taught Iñigo Pascual some dance moves for his latest music video.
ABS-CBN actor and singer-songwriter Iñigo Pascual is the son of the famous Filipino heartthrob Piolo Pascual. He is popularly known for his hit song “Dahil Sayo.”
In July, his father replied to the basher who told them “mag-amang bakla.” The prominent actor then challenged him to a fistfight.
Iñigo Pascual is linked to his fellow Kapamilya star Maris Racal. They have worked on several projects together. Marñigo fans were rooting for them to be officially together in real life.
However, both of them are currently busy with their careers. Recently, the young singer performed during the halftime show of the NBA.
Iñigo Pascual wowed all his Filipino fans at the Staples Center. He performed the song “Dahil Sa ‘Yo” and his new song “Catching Feelings.” He said it was like a dream for him, couldn’t believe that he could have the opportunity to perform at an NBA halftime show.
The official music video for Iñigo Pascual’s new single “Catching Feeling” was released on November 20. Based on a report from ABS-CBN, Bruno Mars‘ choreographer and creative director, Phil Tayag, was the one who taught him on his dance moves for the music video.
Bruno is a Grammy Award Winner and Multi-Platinum Selling Superstar. Songs “Nothin’ on You,” “Grenade,” “The Lazy Song” and “Just the Way you Are” are just among his songs that reached number one on the record charts around the world.
Iñigo’s latest music video flooded with positive reactions from the online community. Here are some of their comments on the video:
@MickeyTo: “This pop up in T.V while its commercial break and it’s really catch my feelings too”
@Trisheane Pardilla: “Hey loove Im so proud of you, you deserve it I love you”
@bunny soobin: “this song needs to be charted on billboard”
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