Rising Australian-Filipina influencer Tin Tin Adobo released her debut single “Can’t Twerk (Ocho Ocho)” on all digital music platforms in June.
The talented 24-year old comedian-turned-rapper’s new song is a satirical rendition of her physical flaws, with an ode to her Filipino lineage.
Born in Makati but raised in Sydney City, the comic creates relatable videos and skits on growing up with cultural differences.
Tin Tin Adobo has already built a loyal 84,000 followers across her social media platforms. A chance meeting with local producer Ridge “Riddo” Mantua late 2019 opened up a collaborative music project.
“My mission is to expose the world to Filipino culture and proudly represent a mix of Western upbringing with my Filipino roots,” said Tin Tin Adobo.
Can’t Twerk (Ocho Ocho) is a catchy R&B track that will make you move and groove on the dance floor.
“Growing up, I have this ridiculously thin frame that my family would make fun of. When the twerking dance trend came around, my friends would twerk but because I’m so skinny, nothing moved so I just ended up doing the ocho ocho dance. This laid the foundation to Can’t Twerk. Through my song, I want girls to find confidence, body positivity and not let their imperfections define them,” said TinTin Adobo.
“Can’t Twerk (Ocho Ocho)” is proudly supported by MAS Music Group and made available starting 16 June on YouTube, Spotify and all digital music platforms.
Follow Tin Tin Adobo on social media:
- Instagram: @tintinadobo
- Facebook: /Tin Tin Adobo
- TikTok: @tintinadobo
- YouTube: Tin Tin Conyo Adobo