Filipino-Japanese idol Alan Shirahama — from the seven-member Japanese boy band Generations from Exile Tribe — shared his excitement about doing a live show in the Philippines soon.
In a video shared on Facebook, Alan left a message for his fellow Filipino fans sending his regards more than a thousand miles away.
“Magandang hapon. Kumusta sa lahat ng mga tagahanga naming Pilipino?” he said.
He then expressed his desire to visit the Philippines soon as he looks forward to performing before a Filipino audience in the future.
“Ako si Alan Shirahama. Hindi pa kami nakakapag-live diyan sa Pilipinas ngunit nais naming mag-live diyan balang-araw,” he said.
He then encouraged his fans to listen to their music as well as watch their music videos including their latest release, “Make Me Better.”
“Sana mapakinggan ninyo ang aming kanta at mapanood ninyo ang aming music video. Please check ‘Make Me Better.’ At ipaalam ninyo sa inyong mga kaibigan o kakilala ang aming grupo, Generations,” he said.
Reiterating his sincerest gratitude to his fans for supporting their music, he said: “Maraming salamat sa patuloy ninyong pagsuporta sa aming grupo, Generations. God bless po sa inyo. Mabuhay po ang Pilipino. Salamat!”
Watch the music video below:
Meanwhile, Generations from Exile Tribe’s new album Up & Down will be released on July 14.
Alan debuted as the leader of Generations in 2014. He later became a member of Exile.
Apart from a career in the music industry, Alan also pursued acting, appearing in numerous films and dramas in Japan.
He has an elder sister who works as a fashion model and television personality, Izumi Shirahama or better known as Loveli.