Geneva Cruz had a virtual duet with fellow former Smokey Mountain member Shar Santos.
Our collaboration will be out tomorrow - August 30th, 12 noon here in the Philippines. I love singing with my fellow Smokey Mountaineer @sharsantoskaylor, and this was the only online performance I’ve done where I had 3 different outfits... um-effort talaga kami! LOL Sabi nga nila nung’70’s “BONGGA”! Hehe! 💃🏽💃🏽 Keep safe, everyone!!!💕❤🌸 #DiscoFever #smokeymountaingroup #70s
On Instagram, Geneva posted a video of herself and Shar belting out the Barbara Streisand and Donna Summer disco hit “Enough Is Enough.”
Watch the video below:
Shar also collaborated with Jeffrey Hidalgo last June for a Father’s Day special.
For the 1st time ever in the history a duet collaboration . Jeffrey Hidalgo from 1st batch of Smokey Mountain recorded his part while quarantined in the Philippines. And Shar from 2nd batch of Smokey Mountain recorded her parts in Las Vegas Nevada. Shar initiated and Jeffrey picked the song to sing together.. A song originally done by Ms. Barbara Streisand and Bryan Adams. Enjoy everyone Please Like and subscribe! Follow us on Instagram @sharsantoskaylor @jepoyhidalgo ***No Copyright Infringement ***for entertainment purposes only #sharsantos #sharmusic #sharsings #jeffreyhidalgo @jepoyhidalgo #smokeymountain #smokeymountainreunited #smokeymountaincollab #direkjepoy #ifinallyfoundsomeone #pampakilig #fathersday2020 #fathersdayspecial
Shar joined the fourth edition of the reality singing competition American Idol going by the name Sharon Galvez.
Now based in the US, she is now known as Sharon Kaylor.
Geneva Cruz debuted as part of the Ryan Cayabyab-formed group Smokey Mountain in 1989 alongside James Coronel, Jeffrey Hidalgo, and Tony Lambino.
Meanwhile, Shar Santos replaced Geneva Cruz as the female vocalist of Smokey Mountain, becoming part of the second lineup of the acclaimed OPM group.
Smokey Mountain is the group behind the hits "Kailan" and "Paraiso," among others.