After helping her group Dice and K9/Mobbstarr achieve mainstream status (2004) thru her glossy, sultry voice and unmistakable onstage persona,
Hi-C has released her debut solo album entitled “Body Talk” (2009). The album is a chockfull of songs about love laid out over techno beats that can be best described as the perfect dance record of the decade. This puts Hi-C on a league of her own as the local music business, specifically the pop-world, has long been a boring cycle of balladeers and novelty acts using the same ideas year in and year out. “Body Talk” is a breath of fresh air for pop fans and a wet dream come true for Hi-C’s loyal fans since the Itsumo days.
Hi-C has also posed for various publications like FHM, Pulp Magazine, Speed, and she even became the cover girl for popular mags like Gadgets Magazine, Digital Photographer and Playboy Philippines. Her innate beauty and her seductive body can only be overshadowed by the supermodel-like confidence that she displays in front of the camera lens.
Being a part of Cinemalaya’s 2007 Best Film Awardee “Tribu The Movie” is no easy feat for first-time actress Hi-C. This was her debut acting stint that involves a steamy kissing scene with one of the protagonists of the movie. Although as Director Jim Libiran would put it, “Hi-C is a natural, she’s very professional and convincing at the same time.” The more reason people should look out for her in soap operas and more movies in the near future.
Her pop-starr image, catchy hooks and undeniable acting talent may be all she needs to distill the errastic taste of today’s generation in terms of music and fashion.