The Voice alum Bradley Holmes drops debut single, ‘Damhin’
May 8, 2017
Bradley Lowell Holmes or more known as Bradley Holmes was branded as the “Rocker Dad” when he joined and landed a spot in Coach Apl De Ap’s team in ABS-CBN’s The Voice of the Philippines Season 2, the hit reality television singing competition in the country.
He was already brewing with charm in his younger years as he became a part of the youth-oriented show, Best Friends (19995), when he was just 13 years old. He also appeared in various local television shows such as Click and S.O.P. in GMA-7.
Expanding and honing his talent further, he became the singer of the band Emerge which played in bars in Metro Manila such as Strumms, Ratsky, Hard Rock Cafe, and Spicy Fingers. Moreover, he had international shows and singing stints abroad such as in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Bahrain and Hong Kong.
In 2014, Bradley joined the second season of The Voice of the Philippines. In his blind audition, international singer Apl De Ap told him that he has an ‘international’ voice that needs to be heard while singer-actress, Lea Salonga, was impressed with his overall performance and convinced him to join ‘Team Lea.’
In his journey in TVOP Season 2, he reached the live shows and the Top 5 of Team APL.
In 2015, he became one of the regular artists in ASAP, the longest-running musical variety show in the Philippines. He also had an acting stint, as he became part of the television series “Walang Iwanan” as George.
In 2016, he continued his music through bar gigs and several guestings in ABS-CBN programs. He became part of ABS-CBN and Dreamscape’s “My Super D” as one of the syndicate bosses. He also joined the top-rating television series “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano” as one of the henchmen of Emilio (character of Eddie Garcia).
Now, Bradley is slated to continue to make waves with a bang digital single, “Damhin,” which came out last March 31.
On May 5, the rockoustic heartthrob returned to the Roadshow to perform a WISHclusive rendition of his debut single under Ivory Music and Video and a cover of Silent Sanctuary’s “Sa’yo.”