Excited for her first virtual concert this weekend, singer Anji Salvacion said her fans are in for a treat as she is happy with the flow of her event.
“There is a lot of feels na mararamdaman natin dito at for sure makaka-relate kayo dun. To be specific with the feeling, maybe I can’t tell it now. Manuod na lang kayo. Bili na kayo ng tickets (laughs). What can I say is I trust the management and hindi ako papabayaan ng ABS-CBN. I trust them and whatever they give me, I’ll do it. Kasi it’s an opportunity and a blessing,” she shared during The Feels The Concert mediacon earlier this month.
The Pinoy Big Brother Celebrity housemate recalled almost turning her back on showbiz for good two years ago.
“That was during the pandemic and when the (ABS-CBN) franchise was closed. The second time that I was doubting myself was when I was about to go home and everything was just tearing apart. I’ve gone through such a challenge in life. Even if these challenges almost got me to stop but at the end of the day, I want to thank God nahimasmasan Niya ako. He gave me a sign that I should stay. Grabe talaga yung prayers. I’m so thankful na God really was there for me even at my lowest point in my life. And I’m just so thankful to my mom for always reminding me that I’m not alone and I shouldn’t give up. I’m just so grateful sa challenges na yun kasi it made me who I am today and it made me a strong woman. I’m so thankful that I get to share with others and inspire them to never give up. If life beats you up, at the end of the day you should stand up and set dreams for yourself. Always dream big and never give up on your dreams,” she recalled.
Aside from wanting to achieve her dreams, the 19-year-old singer said her biggest motivation has always been her family.
“Yung moment that I had with my dad and my brother while stargazing when he just told us to never give up on our dreams. And that’s what keeps me going. And yun yung memory na it keeps me going through whatever challenges I have in life kasi my mom always told me na dumadaan lang yan sa buhay mo to build you as a person you are going to be in the future. That’s what I’m so excited din about. I’m so excited every day because I get to learn something new and I get to apply to myself. And what’s even more exciting is I can share it to a lot of people and I could inspire them with my experiences in life. These days it’s really hard for people to keep on going. They feel that they’re alone. I want to make them feel that they’re not alone. There’s a lot of us,” she shared.
The Feels concert performer also made sure to give thanks to her parents for everything they have given her.
“First of all I wanted to say thank you because if it wasn’t for you, wala din ako dito, hindi ako nabuo (laughs). I am so thankful to you mommy and daddy. It’s because din of how you raised me to dream big and how you keep on always encouraging me to not stop. If matumba ka it’s okay. that’s what they always told me and I’m always so grateful that you taught me that very quote that I’ll always remember. Thank you for the love because if it wasn’t for your love I wouldn’t be able to write the song ‘Dalampasigan’. Because that song is really for you. I just wanted to say how much I love you,” she said.
Watch Anji Salvacion bring in all the feels this summer season in her debut concert The Feels: The Concert on April 30, Saturday from 8 pm to 10 pm. VIP and regular tickets for the ABS-CBN Events-led The Feels: The Concert are still available for purchase at KTX.ph.