Julie Anne goes ‘Deeper’ into her music

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The album contains 10 all-OPM songs, six of which are composed by Julie Anne herself

The album contains 10 all-OPM songs, six of which are composed by Julie Anne herself

Singer-actress Julie Anne San Jose dives into new musical depths with the release of her second album, Deeper, under GMA Records.

Considered as Asia’s Pop Sweetheart because of her magnetic charm and singing prowess, Julie Anne continues to shine in the Philippine music industry through the years. Her singing career made a significant mark when her self-titled debut album bagged the nine-time Platinum Record award for combined digital and CD sales exceeding 135,000 units.

Unlike her debut album released in 2012 that introduced her as a promising artist of bright pop and R&B, Deeper showcases her growth, both as an artist and as a woman. Now that Julie Anne is on the threshold of leaving her teenage years behind, she begins to take steps that will certainly make her an enduring figure in the local music industry.

The album contains 10 all-OPM songs, six of which were composed by Julie Anne herself including the title track and her lead single, “Right Where You Belong,” the love theme top prime time Korean series, The Master’s Sun. Meanwhile, the gospel track, “Christ in Us, Our Hope of Glory” will be the theme song of the International Eucharistic Congress in 2016.


Julie Anne also sings her heart out in her seven other songs “Blinded,” “If Love’s A Crime,” “Diamond in my Eyes,” “Never Had You,” “Baby U Are,” “Kung Maibabalik Ko Lang,” and “Tulad Mo.”

With its collection of songs that spins out sentimental tales of love, the album became an instant hit as it landed on the first spot of the iTunes Top Albums Chart on June 1, the same day its digital format was released.

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