Cebu singer featured in performance by Moffatt brothers duo

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(Source: Music Travel Love/Instagram)
(Source: Music Travel Love/Instagram)

Of course, true blue 90s kids will remember the Canadian pop boy band The Moffatts composed of brothers Scott, Clint, Bob and Dave that brought us nostalgic bops such as “If Life Is So Short” and “Miss You Like Crazy.” 

FILE PHOTO: Pop group The Moffatts (Scott Moffatt, Clint Moffatt, Dave Moffatt and Robert Moffatt) attend Maybelline Presents YM's Rising Star Concert on September 24, 1999 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California. (Source: Galella, Ltd./Ron Galella Collection/Getty Images)
FILE PHOTO: Pop group The Moffatts (Scott Moffatt, Clint Moffatt, Dave Moffatt and Robert Moffatt) attend Maybelline Presents YM's Rising Star Concert on September 24, 1999 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California. (Source: Galella, Ltd./Ron Galella Collection/Getty Images)

Bob and Clint are back in the music scene as a duo. Music Travel Love (MTL) – a unique project that combines three things they love – showcases the brothers' acoustic performances filmed in stunning locations across the globe.

(Source: Music Travel Love/Instagram)
(Source: Music Travel Love/Instagram)

Apart from promoting tourist destinations, the talented duo also gives budding artists a platform in MTL’s viral videos.

Recently, a Cebu singer joined the ranks of artists who got to collaborate with Bob and Clint.

Francis Greg from Danao City, Cebu, Philippines has his own Youtube channel with 237,000 subscribers and a TikTok channel that boasts 1.3 million followers.

(Source: Francis Greg Dagatan/Instagram)
(Source: Francis Greg Dagatan/Instagram)

Francis performed a beautiful cover of The Backstreet Boys’ hit song “I Want It That Way,” alongside Bob and Clint. The cover was filmed in two different but equally amazing nature spots. 

The siblings sang and played guitars in front of a beautiful lake against the backdrop of a mountain range. 

(Source: Music Travel Love/Instagram)
(Source: Music Travel Love/Instagram)

Meanwhile, Francis sang his part and played the beatbox in front of cascading waterfalls in the middle of a lush green tropical forest. The video was seamlessly edited as if the three were together in one majestic place.

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Since it was uploaded on August 11, the video has now garnered nearly 5 million views and a hundred seventy thousand likes. Check it out below.

Ana Catalina Paje is a development journalist passionate about grassroots communication geared towards genuine social change. She also writes about showbiz, lifestyle, and all things Pinoy pride. The views expressed are her own.

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