Eurasia is Viva's newest girl group (Half Asian, Half European ladies).
A pretty mix of East and West is what face value has for Eurasia, the new girl group in town whose members are oozing with stunning beauty, sex appeal and feminine class rolled into one. The five ladies are mostly half Asian-half European, creating the amazing result of east meeting west as formed from picking the best.
With their fresh looks and professional stage act, Eurasia is bound to conquer fans from all walks of life with a self-titled debut album ready for release. The album from Viva Records embraces pop, R&B and dance music — basically genres musically binding them together.
Unlike previous girl groups who were manufactured overnight, Eurasia is experienced and intact as performers, doing thrice-a-week gig (Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays) at the high-end Resorts World Manila. Their corporate shows and event guestings even extend to neighboring countries like Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore and China’s Hong Kong.
Eurasia has likewise a built-in edge the fact that all members are physically admirable and have their own claims-to-fame outside group affiliation. For one, all of them were busy models prior to joining the act.
Fil-Japanese Kristine Nieto placed first-runner up in the highly touted "Be Bench" search. Fil-German Lana Roi won a pageant spearheaded by Century Tuna just last year, while pure Pinay Gail Nicolas took the "2007 Mossimo Bikini Summit Grand Champion." Embodying the brave modern Filipina, she was also a "Fear Factor" finalist.
Completing the sing and dance group are Fil-Italian Sara Polverino and Fil-British Kelly Ann Gamboa. To assure the quintet’s ripeness as a collective force, The Company’s Annie Quintos was tapped as vocal coach while dance gurus Geleen Eugenio and Ranni Santos of Whiplash are helping the girls craft their steps.
Eurasia’s carrier single is "Ikaw Ay Perfect," its title suggesting tonal flattery and the perfect 10 look the group boasts. A couple of OPM revivals that includes the theme song of "Working Girls" movie remake surely makes their CD a lot more attractive.
Here's a video I recorded courtesy of 24 Oras which aired June 3, 2010.
Snapshots from the video