Maris Racal

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Maris Racal
Born
Mariestella Cañedo Racal

(1997-09-22) September 22, 1997 (age 23)
Tagum, Davao del Norte, Philippines
Occupation
  • Actress
  • Singer-songwriter
  • Host
  • Vlogger
  • Endorser
Years active2014–present
Agent Star Magic (2014–present)
Height1.58 m (5 ft 2 in)

Mariestella "Maris" Cañedo Racal (born September 22, 1997) is a Filipina actress, singer-songwriter, host, vlogger and endorser. She came to prominence in 2014 after joining Pinoy Big Brother: All In where she placed second. Racal grew up in a musically inclined family and learned to sing and play instruments at a young age. She can play the guitar, piano, ukulele, and beatbox, some of which she learned on her own by watching various videos online. Aside from being a musician and singer, she also excels in painting, song/poem writing, acting and dancesport. [1]

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After her stint in Pinoy Big Brother, Racal signed a deal with Star Magic. In February 2016, she was introduced as one of the members of the all-girl dance group, Girltrends. [2]

On January 22, 2017, Racal was officially launched as one of the members of ASAP's sing-and-dance group, BFF5. [3]

Career

After PBB, Maris Racal was launched as part of Star Magic Circle 2014 and had been quickly molded as a budding actress, starting off on TV show Hawak Kamay followed by several more stints on TV shows like Maalaala Mo Kaya , Ipaglaban Mo! , Oh My G! , and Ningning , and on films like Halik sa Hangin , Just The Way You Are , and The Breakup Playlist . [4] She also starred with Roberto "Fourth" Solomon Pagotan IV in the 'Dear MOR' episode, the "Kate and Red Story". [5]

Maris released her first single "Tanong Mo Sa Bituin" in April 2015 as part of Star Record's compilation album "OPM Fresh". [6]

In June 2015, Maris was cast in her first main lead role on the big screen as Elena in Tandem Entertainment's film Stars Versus Me, which also starred Manolo Pedrosa as her leading man. [7]

By February 2016, Maris was introduced as one of the members of all-girl dance group "Girltrends" in the noontime show It's Showtime . She was then tagged as "Magnificent Girltrend Maris" and became the group's Team Young member. [8] Maris subsequently played Jenny Bonanza in the teleserye We Will Survive later in the month. [9]

In October 2016, Maris performed in her first OneMusicPH's Digital Concert dubbed as "Double Hearts" (together with co-performers Loisa Andalio, Sue Ramirez and Kristel Fulgar), where she debuted her original song Take It All Away. [10] In the same month, Maris appeared in the film The Third Party as Joan. [11]

By December 2016, Maris became notable as Maxine in the 2016 Metro Manila Film Festival's box office entry film Vince and Kath and James. [12]

In January 2017, Maris was launched as one of the members of ASAP's new all-girl song-and-dance group, known as BFF5 (pronounced as BFFs), along with Ylona Garcia, Andrea Brillantes, Loisa Andalio and Kira Balinger. [13] Inclusion in the new group led Maris to leave her previous group Girltrends. [14] Later in the month, Maris started her guest appearance as Rona, Carreon's daughter, in the hit primetime TV series FPJ's Ang Probinsyano .

By April 2017, Maris starred as Fairy Sylvia in weekend primetime series Wansapanataym Presents: Annika PINTAsera. [15] Later in the month, Maris was entrusted with Ikaw Lang Ang Iibigin theme song "Paano Mo Nalaman", the tagalized version of the song 'How Did You Know'. [16]

On July 8, 2017, Maris held her first major concert together with Loisa, Sue and Kristel titled 4 Of A Kind: The Un4gettable Concert at the Music Museum. [17] Maris was also one of the cast in the horror-thriller film Bloody Crayons , playing the role of Richalaine Alcantara, that was released on cinemas by July 12, 2017. [18]

In November 2017, Maris join the cast of Hanggang Saan as Nessa, and paired with Yves Flores. [19]

By December 2017, Maris became part of Regal Films's official entry film Haunted Forest with Jane Oineza, Jameson Blake and Jon Lucas on 2017 Metro Manila Film Festival. [20]

On February 8, 2018, Maris Racal headlined the first-ever Star Events FanCon held at Teatrino, Promenade with Iñigo Pascual as her special guest. "Tala", Maris' original song, was also released as her newest single during the event. [21]

A few days later, Maris debuted as the co-host of Iñigo Pascual's online show, One Music POPSSSS, appearing on the show's Season 4 pilot episode.

In May 2018, her latest single "Ikaw Lang Sapat Na" launched as the sub-theme song of the teleserye Since I Found You on Primetime Bida. [22]

In September 2018, Maris became a certified recording artist with the release of her first album entitled "Stellar".

In October 2018, Maris was launched as one of the 10 interpreters of Himig Handog 2018 with a song of Jan Sabili from Muntinlupa entitled "Sugarol".

In 2020, following the loss of ABS-CBN franchise, Maris temporarily went to blocktimer shows such as Sunday Noontime Live! and Stay-In Love. Maris returned to ASAP on April 18, 2021, following an appearance on Pinoy Big Brother: Connect's Big Night.

Music career

In July 2014, the PBB All In housemates including Maris Racal released their "Pinoy Big Brother: All In - Originals" album, composed of three songs (Teen Love Song, Turtle Song, and Bibimbap) originally written and sung by them. [23]

On October 28, 2014, Maris uploaded her cover of Ed Sheeran's "Thinking Out Loud" song on her official YouTube account. The hashtag 'Thinking Out Loud Cover by Maris Racal' immediately trended worldwide on Twitter as her fans expressed their delight with her cover song. The video has already garnered almost two million of hits on YouTube since it was uploaded. [24]

In February–March 2015, Maris shared her video blogs on YouTube known as "Maris My Song For You" episodes (with the direction of Alco Guerrero) where she gave her fans an opportunity to send her their messages and ask her to breathe new life to their favorite song. Her MMSFY episodes started from her cover of songs In My Life and True Colors followed by more cover songs like Firework, Yellow, Lost Stars, 'Til There Was You and Ordinary People. [25]

By April 2015, Maris released her first single, "Tanong Mo Sa Bituin", part of Star Record's compilation album, "OPM Fresh". This song became the official soundtrack of the film "Stars Versus Me". [26]

In August 2015, Maris covered Norah Jones' hit song "Don't Know Why" during the #HappyBirthdayWish1075 celebration. Her exclusive performance made her won the awards "Wishers’ Choice for Wishclusive Performance of the Year" and "Wishers’ Choice for Young Artist of the Year" in the 2016 Wish 107.5 Music Awards dated January 26, 2016, held at Smart Araneta Coliseum,. [27]

On October 2, 2016, Maris was one of the four singers/performers (the others being Loisa Andalio, Sue Ramirez, and Kristel Fulgar) who headlined OneMusicPH's Double Hearts Digital Concert where she debuted her original song, Take It All Away. [28]

During Kimerald's Ikaw Lang Ang Iibigin Grand Media Day press conference on April 24, 2017, Maris performed the Tagalog version of the song How Did You Know. Maris' Paano Mo Nalaman became one of the main theme songs of the daytime series Ikaw Lang Ang Iibigin which aired on May 1, 2017. [29]

By February 8, 2018, Maris released her newest single entitled "Tala" during her FanCon. [30]

Few months after, May 4, 2018, She also released her latest single "Ikaw Lang Sapat Na", [31] the song that she wrote for Inigo on their GGV guesting. [32] Few weeks after it became the sub-theme song of Since I Found You. And later on, she launched her song on ASAP stage with her loveteam Inigo Pascual. [33]

Last July 7, 2018, Maris launched her very first album entitled "Stellar" at the SM North Edsa Skydome with Migz Haleco, Sue Ramirez and her loveteam Inigo Pascual as her special guests, she performed all of her songs in the album, "Hi Crush", "Love Is Easy", "Tayo Na Di Tayo", "Ikaw Lang Sapat Na" and a rock version of "Tala". Her album is now available in all digital stores nationwide. [34] [35] [36]

October 2018, she interpreted the official entry from the Himig Handog 2018 "Sugarol" written by Jan Sabili. [37]

Start of 2nd quarter of the year 2019, Maris released her new single entitled "Abot Langit" written also by herself with the collaboration of the one and only Rico Blanco. [38]

Personal life

Mariestella C. Racal grew up in Davao del Norte and graduated high school from St. Mary's College in Tagum City. Maris is the 5th of 6 siblings in a musically-inclined family. In school, she used to sing the responsorial psalm, sing in mass and sing intermission numbers. She also did cover songs on SoundCloud. [39]

Maris Racal dreams of becoming a doctor and plans to juggle show business & studying. She is currently attending at Trinity University of Asia taking up Medical Technology degree.

In June 2021, Age is just a number, indeed. Maris Racal at age 23, is currently dating Rico Blanco at age 48.

Filmography

Films

YearTitleRole
2015 Halik sa Hangin Tetay
Stars Versus MeElena
Just The Way You Are Amy
The Breakup Playlist Janine
2016 The Third Party Joan
Vince and Kath and James Maxine
2017 Bloody Crayons Richalaine Alcantara
Haunted Forest Mich
2019I'm Ellenya L.Ellenya
2020 Block Z Erika
2020 Boyette: Not a Girl Yet Nancy
Isa Pang Bahaghari Young Lumen

Television

YearTitleRoleNotes
2014 Pinoy Big Brother: All In Herself/Housemate2nd Big Placer
Gandang Gabi, Vice! Herself/GuestGuest Appearance
Kris TV Herself/Guest
The Singing Bee Herself/Player
Hawak Kamay WendySupporting Role
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Lobo MailaMain Role
2015 Oh My G! Junalyn BarelGuest Role
Ipaglaban Mo!: Inabusong Karapatan NinaMain Role
Ipaglaban Mo!: Pinekeng Anyo Minnie
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Bottled Water Zyra
Ipaglaban Mo!: Maging Akin Ka Lang Jenny/ Jean's SisterSupporting Role
Kapamilya, Deal or No Deal Herself/Player/Maris RacalGuest Appearance
2015–2020, 2021-present ASAP Herself/PerformerBFF5 Member
2015–2016 Ningning Niña BuenaflorSupporting Role
2016–2017 It's Showtime Herself/GirlTrends memberMain Cast
2016 We Will Survive Jenny Bonanza / JennilynSupporting Role
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Droga young Emily / Emilia RodrigoSpecial Participation
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Toga Analyn Telmo / Analiyn TelmoMain Role
Magandang Buhay Herself/GuestGuest Role
Minute to Win It: Last Man Standing Herself/Player
Home Sweetie Home: Something New LetletGuest Role
Family Feud Herself/Player / Maris RacalGuest Role
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Luneta Park MaymaySupporting Role
2017 Minute to Win It: Last Teen Standing Herself/PlayerGuest
Magandang Buhay Herself/Guest / Maris RacalGuest Appearance
FPJ's Ang Probinsyano Rona / Ronalyn CarreonGuest Role
Ipaglaban Mo!: Katotohanan JessaMain Cast
Family Feud Herself/Player / Maris RacalGuest Appearance
Wansapanataym: Annika PINTAsera Fairy SylviaSupporting Role
Gandang Gabi, Vice!: GGVBFFs Herself/Guest / Maris RacalGuest Appearance
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Tape Recorder Lou AnnMain Role
Myx Herself/Myx Celebrity VJGuest Appearance
Gandang Gabi, Vice!: GGVKiligSiAko Herself/Guest / Maris RacalGuest Appearance
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Casa Young HazelSupporting/Main Role
2017–2018 Hanggang Saan NessaSupporting Role
2018 Maalaala Mo Kaya: Ukelele Tin AmistosoMain Role
Umagang Kay Ganda Herself / Maris RacalGuest Appearance
Magandang Buhay Herself / Maris RacalGuest Appearance
It's Showtime Herself / Maris RacalGuest Appearance
Ipaglaban Mo: Kakampi Maya HermosaMain Role
Tonight with Boy Abunda Herself / Maris RacalGuest Appearance
2019 Magandang Buhay Herself/Guest / Maris RacalGuest Appearance
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Stationery CarolMain Role
TV Patrol Herself / Maris RacalGuest Star Patrol anchor
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Contest Zephanie Dimaranan Main Role
2019–2020 Pamilya Ko Peachy Ann MabungaSupporting Role
2020Beauty QueensTarsila / Tarsila Zamora RodriguezMain Role
2020-2021 Sunday Noontime Live! HerselfPerformer
Stay-In Love DidingMain Role
2021 PBB Connect The Big NightHerself/Guest / Maris RacalGuest Appearance
ASAP Natin 'To HerselfPerformer
Maalaala Mo Kaya: Flyers Jai

Commercials

YearBrand NameRoleNotes
2018 Garnier Micellar Cleansing Water Herself-
2021 Eskinol Naturals Micellar Water Herself-

Discography

Singles

YearSong TitleAlbumComposerCompany
2015Tanong Mo Sa BituinOPM FreshJoven Tan Star Music
2018TalaStellarHerself/Maris Racal
Ikaw Lang Sapat NaHerself/Maris Racal
Love Is EasyHerself/Maris Racal
Tayo Na 'Di Tayo with Inigo Pascual Herself/Maris Racal
Hi CrushGabriel Tagadtad
Tayo Na 'Di Tayo with Inigo Pascual (Alternative Version)Herself/Maris Racal
Sugarol Himig Handog 2018Jan Sabili
2019Abot Langit-Herself/Maris Racal
2020Not For Me-Herself/Maris Racal Sony Music Philippines
Kahit Na Anong Sablay-Herself/Maris Racal Balcony Entertainment
2021Stop Missing YouOPM Fresh: Songwriters Series Vol. 1Mycah Alice Borja Star Music

Chart performance

YearTitlePeak (iTunes PH Top 100)Peak (MOR 101.9 Daily Pinoy Biga10)Peak (MOR 101.9 Dyis Is It)Peak (Spotify Philippines Viral 50)Album
2018Tala11-4Stellar
Ikaw Lang Sapat Na11-45
Love Is Easy10-130
Sugarol8-1- Himig Handog 2018
2019Tayo Na 'Di Tayo with Inigo Pascual 4-2-Stellar
Abot Langit7-5--

Music Video Chart performance

YearTitlePeak (MYX Daily Top 10 - Pinoy)Peak (Pinoy MYX Countdown)Peak (MYX Hit Chart)Album
2018Love Is Easy122Stellar
Sugarol111 Himig Handog 2018
2019Abot Langit313-

Awards and nominations

Awards/Recognitions
YearAward-giving Body / CriticsAwardResult
2014 Pinoy Big Brother: All In 2nd Big PlacerWon
1st Star Cinema AwardsMost Promising ActressWon
2015 29th PMPC Star Awards for Television Best New Female TV PersonalityNominated
2nd Star Cinema AwardsBreakthrough ArtistWon
2016Wish 107.5 Music Awards 2016Wishers’ Choice for Wish Young Artist of the YearWon
Wishers’ Choice for Best WISHclusive PerformanceWon
29th Global Excellence AwardsPeople's Choice for Female Dance Group (Girltrends)Won
Push AwardsPush Play NewcomerNominated
3rd Star Cinema Awards#BestInLevelUp Breakthrough StarWon
2017Push Awards#OOTDGoals Celebrity Fashionista of the YearNominated
3rd LionhearTV RAWR AwardsBeshie ng Taon (for Vince and Kath and James)Won
4th Star Cinema AwardsUltimate Scene Stealer (for Vince and Kath and James and Bloody Crayons)Won
Ultimate Breakthrough Loveteam (with Inigo Pascual)Won
201820th Gawad Pasado AwardsPinakaPASADOng Dangal ng Kabataan (with Inigo Pascual)Won
Myx Music Awards 2018Myx Celebrity VJ of the YearNominated
MOR Pinoy Music Awards 2018Best New Artist of the YearWon
8th EdukCircle AwardsBEST ACTRESS in Single Drama Performance (for Maalaala Mo Kaya: Casa)Nominated
Himig Handog 2018MOR Philippines Choice Award (Sugarol)Won
TFC's Global Choice for Favorite Song (Sugarol)Won
MYX Choice for Best Music Video (Sugarol)Won
Push AwardsPush Group/Tandem of the Year (with Inigo)Nominated
Push AwardsPush Celebrity Squad of the Year #Friendshipgoals (with Sue)Nominated
Inside Showbiz Awards 2018Favorite Music Video (Love Is Easy)Nominated
2019Wish 107.5 Music Awards 2019Wish Pop Song of the Year (Love Is Easy)Nominated
Myx Music Awards 2019Music Video Guest Appearance of the Year (Lumang Tugtugin by Inigo Pascual)Won
MOR Pinoy Music Awards 2019Female Artist of the Year (for Love Is Easy)Nominated
Best Collaboration of the Year (Tayo Na Di Tayo with Inigo Pascual)Nominated
32nd Awit Awards 2019PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD for Favorite New Female ArtistWon
PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD for Favorite Music Video (Sugarol)Won
PERFORMANCE AWARD for Best Performance by a New Female Recording Artist (Love Is Easy)Nominated
ALBUM PACKAGING EXCELLENCE AWARD for Best Cover ArtNominated
Music Video of the Year (Sugarol)Nominated
2020GMMSF 51st Box Office Choice AwardsPromising Female Recording Artist of the YearWon
Laguna Excellence AwardOutstanding New Female Recording Artist of the Year (Hi Crush)Won

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