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Baeby Baste’s dance song ‘Bastelicious’ now available for download

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Baeby Baste’s dance song ‘Bastelicious’ now available for download

By: - Entertainment Correspondent / @CAbanillaINQ
/ 08:37 PM August 26, 2017

Baeby Baste via instagram

Baeby Baste’s kiddie dance song “Bastelicious” is now available on Spotify and Apple music.

Eat Bulaga’s wonder boy has metamorphosed from being the youngest host of the longest-running noontime show “Eat Bulaga” to being a commercial model, occasional child actor and a certified kiddie singer.

It is through a recent Instagram post that Sebastian Benedict Granfon Arumpac, or simply Baste, announced to his fans that his song is now available for download.

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“Mga dabarkads, pwede nyo na pong idownload sa spotify and apple music. Sabay2x po tayong mag #bastelicious.”

A few days ago, Baste posted on his Instagram the official music video of his song. His parents, Mama Sheila and Papa Sol Arumpac handle Baste’s social media accounts. The post was basically captioned with thank you’s to the people who made his career and his new song possible.

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Last Aug. 22, the cute boy of “Eat Bulaga” just turned 5 in an airplane and hot air ballon-themed birthday party. He first rose to fame as an online sensation. Nonetheless, his ticket to mainstream fame reached greater heights when he joined “Eat Bulaga.”

In the noontime show’s “Kalyeserye” segment, Baste was made the miniature version of Pambansang Bae Alden Richards, thus earning him the title “Baeby Baste.” /ra

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