Amber Liu Collaborates With Filipino American Artist Travis Atreo For His New Album
Amber Liu collaborated with rising Filipino American artist Travis Atreo for his upcoming album.
Atreo broke the news in an Instagram post on Nov. 18, expressing his excitement about the former f(x) member’s new music, too.
“New collab for my new album w/ the one and only @ajol_llama! Best time ever omg. We literally are kindred spirit animals and I wouldn’t trade it for anything! So excited for her next album and tour and new music. Make sure to buy your tickets now for the tour you do NOT want to miss it!” the “Right Here” singer wrote.
He added, “To the #AtreoFam, get ready this song is insane. You’re gonna love it. #FixMe #NewMusic #LoveDrunk #ComingSoon”
Born in the Philippines and raised in Seattle, Atreo, 32, moved to Los Angeles several years ago, taking his musical talent to a much wider audience.
He is a singer, songwriter and music producer who started out on YouTube making vlogs, tutorials and covers of Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber and Adele, to name a few artists.
Atreo currently has more than 51 million views on YouTube and 160 million streams on Spotify.
His latest single, “Right Here,” was released in October.
In June, Atreo proposed to “Toy Story 4” star Ally Maki — the voice of Giggle McDimples — after dating for six years.
“To infinity and beyond,” Maki wrote on Instagram, flaunting her engagement ring. “I’ve always told you that you saved my life when I met you. I’ll never stop saying it … you’re my best friend in the entire world the only person who can make me laugh until I cry and cry until I laugh.”
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