Darlene Vibares: From The Voice Kids to P-Pop Stardom

Filipino singer and the newly debuted PPOP Idol Darlene Vibares has been captivating audiences since her young age. Born on March 12, 2004, in Antipolo, she rose to fame after joining the first season of “The Voice Kids” in 2014.

A Voice Discovered on The Voice Kids

Darlene’s journey began with a powerful performance of “Girl On Fire” during the blind auditions. Her talent impressed the coaches, and she chose Lea Salonga, a legendary Filipino singer, to be her mentor. Darlene’s journey on Team Lea, also known as FamiLea, captivated viewers. She ultimately became a runner-up alongside other talented singers like Darren Espanto and Juan Karlos Labajo. The season’s grand winner was Lyca Gairanod.

Taking Flight as a Solo Artist

Following her success on “The Voice Kids,” Darlene released her self-titled debut album in 2016. This early success hinted at a promising solo career.

Joining YGIG and Embracing Girl Group Life

In 2022, Darlene’s career took another exciting turn. She was introduced as a member of SBTown’s first girl group, YGIG. The group debuted with their energetic single “Shaba Shaba.”

Back to Her Roots: Solo Debut with “Daydream”

While her time with YGIG was short-lived due to health and academic commitments, Darlene’s determination to shine as a solo artist remained strong. In February 2024, she returned to the scene with her first solo single under SBTown, the bubbly and dreamy “Daydream.”

Darlene Vibares’s story is one of talent, perseverance, and adaptation. From her powerful performances on “The Voice Kids” to her recent solo debut, she has consistently impressed audiences with her vocals and stage presence. With “Daydream” marking a new chapter in her career, fans can’t wait to see what this rising P-Pop star achieves next.


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