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In 2001, Philippine female singer Aiza released Pagdating Ng Panahon (When the Time Comes).
Aiza was a former child actress who became popular nationwide as a performer on the noontime TV variety show Eat Bulaga! As she got older, however, she no longer appeared on the show and no longer attracted the same amount of attention.
Seguerra started playing the guitar and songwriting as a teenager, and had his first hit in his late teens with his official debut single, a pseudo-acoustic 2001 ballad called "Pagdating ng Panahon." The Vicor Records debut album of the same name went quintuple platinum.
His sophomore LP, Pinakamamahal, went double platinum a year later and was followed by a Christmas release and a live album from a sold-out 2002 show at the Music Museum in San Juan. The next year's Covers Uncovered would be Seguerra's final record for Vicor.
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