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WATCH: Kyle Echarri and Seth Fedelin in music video for ‘Liligawan Na Kita’

Kyle Echarri has finally dropped the music video for his song ‘Liligawan Na Kita’, and it features his fellow actor Seth Fedelin.

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Pau Benoza

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07/13/2021 01:13 PM
WATCH: Kyle Echarri and Seth Fedelin in music video for ‘Liligawan Na Kita’
Screenshot from Liligawan Na Kita Music Video by Kyle Echarri & Seth Fedelin

Kyle Echarri has finally dropped the music video for his song "Liligawan Na Kita", and it features his fellow actor Seth Fedelin.

Directed by Amirel Kirby Balagtas and produced by YouMeUs MNL, the music video was uploaded on the YouTube channel of Star Music on Monday, July 12. 

“We had fun doing this music video,” Kyle said in a tweet on Monday. “Hope you enjoy watching it as we enjoyed creating this for all of you. Thankful to everyone who made this exactly the vibe we wanted to express. Good vibes!”


Currently, the music video already has more than 135,000 views and 24,000 "likes", making it the 24th in the top trending local videos for music on the platform.

"Liligawan Na Kita" is a collaboration of Kyle and Seth with their The Gold Squad co-member Andrea Brillantes.

READ: Kyle Echarri reveals why Francine Diaz won’t do a duet with him

The song is part of Kyle's sophomore album New Views which he dropped last June. Other tracks include "I'm Serious", "Dyosa", "Mahal Nga Kita" featuring Filipino rapper Arvey, "Panaginip", "As Long As You Are Mine", and "Fuego", his collaboration with fellow The Voice Kids alum Darren Espanto.

Currently, The Gold Squad, which also includes actress Francine Diaz, is seen in the inspirational series Huwag Kang Mangamba. The show airs weeknights on Kapamilya Channel, A2Z, TV5, TFC, Kapamilya Online Live, iWant TFC, WeTV, and iflix.

They also recently starred in the anthology series Click, Like, Share, which underscores the role that social media plays in people’s lives, especially teenagers, and how it can cause harm on users, such as bashing, cyberbullying, online harassment, and depression.