MANILA — Jessica Sanchez and celeb entrepreneur Mark Cuban are becoming a member of forces to lift consciousness about Asian-American hate crimes with a brand new track “Us.”
Sanchez will debut the track and music video on Might 7, with the purpose of selling unity for these affected by racism and hate crimes.
Cuban shall be a part of its music video together with Patrick Starrr, Liane V, Black Eyed Peas’ Apl.de.ap, and lots of others.
Sanchez was born to a Mexican-American father and Filipina mom, who initially hailed from Bataan province. She was born and raised in San Diego, California.
In 2012, Sanchez made waves within the Philippines for her exceptional performances through the 11th season of “American Idol” the place she completed the runner-up. Sanchez was solely the fifth contestant of the hit American expertise search who has Filipino roots to make the Prime 12.
Following her “American Idol” stint, she launched her debut album in 2013 with Interscope Information titled “Me, You, and the Music” and went No. eight on the Billboard Pop Charts. Her first single was “Tonight” that includes Ne-yo.
Since then, Sanchez has gone on to look in varied TV and reside exhibits, and has executed concert events alongside famend artist like Andrea Bocelli and lots of others.
For the primary time in her profession, Sanchez additionally had the chance of performing on the White Home for former US President Barack Obama.