Rozz Daniels named Most Promising Female Pop Rock Diva


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Soft Rock Diva Rozz Daniels was named Most Promising Female Pop Rock Diva of the Year by the 2021 Phoenix Excellence Award for Entertainment.

Rozz was honored by Ronald Abad, founder and director of events for the awards body, who presented her with a trophy and certificate.

During her visit to the Philippines, Rozz, based in Wisconsin, USA, said she was preparing to release her first single “Alay Sa Iyo” composed by award-winning Ivy Violan; and the song “Bakit” composed by Rannie Raymundo and Ivy Violan.

Rozz has also said she will be touring the Philippines as she releases her latest album in 2022.

Recently, Rozz received the Most Outstanding International Female Performer award in 2021 from the Philippine Movie Press Club Star Awards for Music.

The Phoenix Excellence Award will be held at Resorts World Manila Newport Performing Arts Theater on February 18, 2022. It will benefit Dugong Alay Dugtong Buhay, Angels Helping Hands, Sagip Foundation and The Baby Angels Foundation.

Among the winners are Toni Ginzaga, Phenomenal Female Vlogger; Wilbert Tolentino, phenomenal male vlogger; Alex Gonzaga, Female Vlogger of the Year; Ranz Kyle Guerrero, Male Vlogger of the Year; Eat Bulaga, a phenomenal midday show; Arjo Atayde, actor of the year; Sylvia Sanchez, actress of the year; GMA 7, Best TV channel of the year; Lunch aloud, best midday show; Ivan Mayrina, best male presenter; Vicky Morales, best female news anchor; Ronnie Liang, Phenomenal Male Balladeer, etc.

At a press conference held at the Overview Resto Bar on Quezon Avenue in Quezon City, Rozz also introduced his friends who were on the weekly Kumu variety show called “The Rocks and Rozz Show”. They were Jerome Sangalang, Harold Evangelista, Derf Dwayne, Blessie Cicera and Analyn Torregosa.

Rozz said she was delighted to see her Kumu friends for the first time. “We only jam music through Kumu Online. Finally, I met them. We all love music, and they’re like my kids.

She also revealed her intention to revive Visayan’s love songs.

Rozz said she is now living her childhood dream. She always wanted to sing and even participated in several amateur singing competitions in the Philippines. The last one took place in 2010 in Wisconsin, United States.

“I have been singing since I was 8 years old. Then at 10, I joined a choir. It was her late dad who encouraged her to sing, but she stopped singing for several reasons: early marriage, work and life in the United States, and study.

When her father passed away in 2015, Rozz said she decided to fulfill her last wish to sing professionally and show the world her talent.




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