Pop ballad singer Bugoy Drilon has revealed that he has an upcoming collaboration with the 90s band, The Moffatts.

The announcement comes after Drilon wrapped up his United States tour with Daryl Ong earlier this month. In an interview with ABS-CBN, the singer shared that “It started with a message on Instagram. They [happened] to see and watch a video of mine on Facebook, so they asked me if I wanted to do a collab with them. Then it turns out that I was touring and they were touring, and we would happen to be in Los Angeles at the same time, and that was it!”

He went on to say, “I was overwhelmed working with them. They were so down to earth, they actually treated me like I was their brother. They shared their experiences and gave me lots of advice during the shoot. Having grown up listening to their music and finally meeting and getting to work with them, I was in awe of their talent. To have them reciprocate that awe with my talent was amazing.”

Further details on the song’s music video and track release have yet to be announced. According to Drilon, the music video and track have already been recorded.

The Moffatts, composed of brothers Scott, Clint, Bob and Dave Moffatt, gained Southeast Asian prominence from 1998 to 2000 after the release of Chapter 1: New Beginnings and Submodalities. They were one of the biggest selling acts in the region during that time, with tracks on the charts of the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, and more.

Drilon is best known for his hits “Paano Na Kaya,” “Dati,” and “Bakit Ba Ikaw.” Prior to his recently concluded tour with Daryl Ong, he also embarked on a United States tour with Angeline Quinto for his 10Q Tour. His latest release, “Last Chance” features collaborations with Ong and Khel Pangilinan.

Listen to “Last Chance” below.