He starts singing “The Prayer” – 90 seconds in his voice changes

There are specific songs out there that are always difficult to cover, even when you have both a male and female vocalist.

“The Prayer” is one of these songs, and yet Marcelito Pomoy is cabable of doing both sides justice … all by himself.

Able to singing both soprano and tenor parts, it’s no tiny wonder why his effort at covering “The Prayer” has gone viral on social media.

Marcelito and his sister were adopted by a loving police officer when they were just young children, one who made sure they would have every head-start he could give them in life. Even he, however, didn’t fully recognize the talent Marcelito had hiding inside of him.

Indeed, Marcelito himself wouldn’t encounter his ability to sing both low and high pitches perfectly until he was much older.

It was after starting to suspect that he had something special locked away that Marcelito applied – and got in – on Pilipinas Got Talent.

Winning over the hearts of millions, Marcelito went on to win the second season of the show!

Before long his musical career had taken off and he had major success with two albums. These days, he’s a world-famous musician who boasts a vocal range most singers can only envy!

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