Pop superstar Sarah Geronimo surprised when she dropped not just one but two new original tracks — “Dati Dati” and “Cuore” which means “heart” in Italian.
“Cuore” was co-written by Geronimo’s husband, Matteo Guidicelli, as well as Guidicelli’s father Gianluca, and the music duo of Thyro Alfaro and Yumi Lacsamana.
Featuring a chorus with Italian lyrics, the upbeat track speaks of relishing a simple life with a loved one, without the need for glamor and fortune.
Although it was an instant hit among netizens when it was first released, Geronimo confessed that she was initially hesitant to record it.
Despite this, Geronimo has come to realize why artists do it.
“Cuore,” as well as “Dati-Dati,” are both single releases so far. Geronimo has yet to announce an album that may include both tracks.
Geronimo’s October music comeback came four years after her last studio album, “This 15 Me.” She has been gradually returning to the limelight after two-year hiatus from television.
Geronimo took a break from showbiz in 2020 after getting married to Guidicelli.