Kriesha ChuFilipino K-pop idol Kriesha Chu recently signed a contract with Adober Studios, the biggest multichannel network in the country that manages a total of 900 channels and averages one billion views a month.
Kriesha is the second international star welcomed into the Adober family after Bretman Rock, its biggest Instagram star and YouTuber.
As part of Adobers, Kriesha will be collaborating on different kinds of content with AC Bonifacio and other content creators such as Rappll, Jonald Helito and Maimai Lampos.
Kriesha was introduced to Korean viewers when she joined the reality TV competition “K-pop Star” on Korean TV channel SBS. She quickly gained a following among Korean and Filipino audiences and finished as runner-up as part of the group KWINs.
The 19-year-old debuted as a solo K-pop idol last year when she released two singles, “Trouble” and “I Wish It Were You.” Her first mini-album, “Dream of Paradise,” was released in January this year.
Kriesha, who was born in Cebu, also signed a contract with Star Music in May to do an album that will be released soon.
Adober Studios is home to some of the biggest and fastest growing online stars in the country, including Lloyd Café Cadena, Jomie Hospital, Pamela Swing, Sam Shoaf, Kristel Fulgar, Andrea Brillantes, Xian Lim, Monshiiee, Claro the Third and Rei Germar.