Article by Buster01
What in the World?
Is 4th Impact native Spanish speakers?
I thought they are full-blooded Filipino?
Yes! They are Filipino, born and raised, and have never been to a Spanish-speaking foreign country yet. Twenty percent into this song, they suddenly break into a totally Spanish version. So who taught them how to speak the language, as there have been rumors that they learned this song in just TWO days!
Fun Fact #1:
Their manager-sister says that they listened to Spanish singers’ pronunciation and took it from there! But as one reactor has said “that’s individual words they’re hearing not a whole song!
And can they sing in other languages?
How many and which ones?
German, Ilocano (their native lang), Italian, Japanese, Korean, Tagalog- OMG!
Let’s go back to December, 2015…
…in Notting Hill, London at St. John Church. This was just a few months after their international break-out performance audition at X-Factor UK on August 15, 2015.
They were in a church for services among Filipino countrymen when they were asked, totally impromptu, if they would perform a song. What you hear in Italian, is an unforgettable “The Prayer”
Fun Fact #2:
You see them improvising with just one microphone, passing it between the first 3, but then…the Father’s clip mic appears to save the day, and the experience of a lifetime for their countrymen!