To the tune of Charlie Puth’s “See You Again,” the all-male group came up with a tribute song for their dear departed brother on his first death anniversary.
In time for his first death anniversary, It’s Showtime’s Hashtags made a touching tribute to the late Franco Hernandez by filming a 5-minute melancholic music video titled “#SeeYouAgainFranco”, which was uploaded on YouTube last Wednesday, November 14.
Clad in white shirts, the all-male group – comprising of Wilbert Ross, Paulo Angeles, Tom Doromal, Kid Yambao, Jameson Blake, Nikko Natividad, Maru Delgado, Zeus Collins, Ck Kieron, Luke Conde, Mccoy De leon, Vitto Marquez, Rayt Carreon, Ryle Santiago, Jimboy Martin, and Ronnie Alonte – sang their hearts out to a reprise of Charlie Puth’s hit single, “See You Again.” They were joined by former members Jon Lucas and Bugoy Carino for this particular project.
As of writing, the video has amassed over 33,000 views online, and has since received positive sentiments from fans.
News of Franco’s untimely death rocked the showbiz industry this time last year, with his fellow Hashtag members and the rest of It’s Showtime family grieving the loss the most. The 26-year-old was pronounced dead from drowning after an accident in Davao Occidental. He was then in a vacation together with his girlfriend, Janica Nam, and Hashtags member Tom.