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Now in the limelight after his supermarket cover of Grammy winner Sam Smith's Too Good at Goodbyes caught the attention of Smith and, lately, Taylor Swift, Carl Malone allowed DNX to take a glimpse inside his life.

Blind and bullied: Singer fights heartaches through music

Carl Malone Montecido speaks softly. He seems to be trying not to sound excited. But when...
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In defense of K-Pop

“I like K-Pop.” Say those magic words and cue in the entitled millennial “cool kid” and sensitive boomer that...
Carl Malone Montecido during an exclusive interview with DNX. | Photo by Banjo Hinolan.

Hitting all the right notes

By Hannah A. Papasin and Julius D. Mariveles BACOLOD CITY - When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade.
BACOLOD CITY - Blind singer-composer Carl Malone Montecido might have lost in a Philippine singing show but he won big now after English singer-songwriter Sam Smith Tweeted about Montecido's cover of his hit Too Good at Goodbyes.

EXCLUSIVE: Carl Malone thanks Sam Smith; blind singer-composer jingle maker of Mayor Bing and...

BACOLOD CITY - Blind singer-composer Carl Malone Montecido might have lost in a Philippine singing show but he won big now after...
BACOLOD CITY - It is now all systems go for the Born Brave benefit fashion show come 8.p.m. of 12 October at the SMX Convention Center.

All systems go for Born Brave fashion show

It is now all systems go for the Born Brave benefit fashion show come 8.p.m. of 12 October...
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