WATCH: Highlights from Darren Espanto's 1st digital concert

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Posted at Nov 04 2016 07:24 PM | Updated as of Nov 07 2016 01:03 PM

MANILA - At 15, singer Darren Espanto has already achieved a lot in the music industry.

He has won various awards and received much recognition from different institutions in and out of the country.

His latest achievement is the successful digital concert, which was streamed live on One Music PH's website last October 30.

Previous digital concerts featured Yeng Constantino, Ylona Garcia and the quartet of Sue Ramirez, Kristel Fulgar, Loisa Andalio, and Maris Racal.

Titled “The Other Side of Darren,” Espanto has unplugged from his usual persona on stage.

 

In his opening number, the young singer staged an upbeat performance of Justin Timberlake’s “Can’t Stop the Feeling,” with his dance moves bringing delight to his fans, dubbed Darrenatics.

Espanto also took time to interact with his fans. In between songs, he would read sweet notes sent by his supporters from around the globe.

 

how to be you po @andreabrillantes!!! #OneMusicDarren

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Some even sent in dares which the young heartthrob willingly did. This includes singing the viral "PPAP" with his tongue out and dancing with Andrea Brillantes.

Two fans were fortunate enough to have eye contact with Espanto for 20 seconds. Four lucky fans, on the other hand, had a chance to perform with their idol.

But of course, the highlight of the night was Espanto's breath-taking duet with Morissette Amon. The two performed their rendition of Ebe Dancel and Regine Velasquez’ “Makita Kang Muli,” as well as Meat Loaf’s “I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That)."

They also had an impromptu duet of Sia's "Chandelier."

 

IMPROMPTU song of Chandelier by @darrenespanto1 and @itsmorissette!!! #OneMusicDarren

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