Moira Dela Torre and Pink Sweat$ Drop Their Romantic Duet of "17"

Coincidentally, Pink Sweat$ got engaged to girlfriend JL Bunny just a day before.
by Mylene Mendoza   |  Mar 5, 2021
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Less than a month since she dropped her dart-sa-heart track "Paubaya," Moira Dela Torre is back with more music content. This time, it's a duet of Pink Sweat$' song "17" with no less than the R&B artist himself.

Pink Sweat$ promoted the duet on his Twitter account, saying that singing with Moira felt like he's serenading the country.

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Coincidentally, Pink Sweat$ got engaged to girlfriend JL Bunny just a day before. Great timing!

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Prior to the duet, Moira shook the Internet with her song "Paubaya" and its accompanying music video starring real-life exes Joshua Garcia and Julia Barretto (who also contributed to the MV's feelsy script!). Before Pink Sweat$, Moira also had a collab with Danish singer Maximillian for a duet of his 2019 track "Beautiful Scars."

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Pink Sweat$ is an R&B artist known for songs like "Honesty," "At My Worst," and "17." Aside from the most recent version with Moira, Pink Sweat$ also previously dropped an English-Korean version of the song with K-pop idols Joshua and DK from the group SEVENTEEN.

Watch Pink Sweat$ and Moira's duet here:

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