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Manny Pacquiao

August 11, 2011 by Post Team 

Manny PacquiaoManny Pacquiao, Welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao and Filipino congressman has skyrocketed in the charts with their single “Sometimes when we touch,” which went to number 7 ranking high adult contemporary Wednesday.
The measure – reported by the report on Friday morning quarterback, a trade publication that monitors the smaller radio markets – is the first track Pacquiao has cracked the top 10.

Singer Dan Hill heard Pacquiao make your ballad “Jimmy Kimmel Live” in late 2009. He reached for the boxer and met last June at the St. Regis in New York, where Pacquiao had reserved an entire floor.

“It was like going out with Elvis meets Muhammad Ali,” said Hill. They became fast friends and agreed to make an album, video and documentary.

In October, while he was training 12 hours a day in Hollywood for his fight with Antonio Margarito, Pacquiao met Studies Capital Hill, still wearing his workout clothes.

“I do not want to tire out a man, because he was worried about his struggle,” said Hill, who was impressed by Pacquiao’s focus on singing. Even compared to that of Celine Dion.

When they were together, Pacquiao Hill mentioned that he sings to her children every night.

Pacquiao, the boxer, Juan Manuel Marquez leads in the fall – while Pacquiao, singer, against equally tough competition before it appears on a list of Billboard.

But until now, said Hill, the promotion of Pacquiao has consisted only of a plug from time to time, which makes the success of the song even more improbable.

“Even if you are Katy Perry and Justin Bieber, who has to work the radio like crazy,” said Hill. “There has been doing interviews or advertising major events. So it’s even more strange as this may be happening. It is simply unprecedented.”

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