WATCH: Iñigo Pascual sings at NBA game for Filipino Heritage Night

/ 01:53 PM November 20, 2019
Inigo Pascual Staples Center

Iñigo Pascual performing during the NBA halftime show. Image: Twitter/@tarsierrecords

Iñigo Pascual performed at the halftime show during a game between NBA teams the Los Angeles Clippers and the Oklahoma City Thunder on Monday, Nov. 18.

The game, hosted by the Clippers, was in celebration of Filipino Heritage Night and was held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.


Pascual serenaded thousands of NBA fans in the sold-out stadium with his hit single “Dahil Sa’yo”, as seen on Star Magic’s Instagram yesterday, Nov. 19.

He also performed his new track “Catching Feelings”, according to his record label Tarsier Records.

He even gave the audience a preview of its new music video set to be officially released tonight, Nov. 20. “STAPLES CENTER SAW IT FIRST,” the label said on Twitter yesterday.

The actor said that he was doing the show last week, Nov. 13. It appears that he could not believe the once in a lifetime opportunity himself.  

“If only I could talk to my younger self and tell him that it would one day happen…” Pascual said.

He added, “I used to pass by Staples Center coming from the airport and I would always say ‘[one] day, [I’ll] be performing in there.” NVG


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