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|Occupation||Singer-songwriter, composer, and indie music producer|
|Blind Audition song||"Tatsulok"|
|Battles song||Tuwing umalin at kapiling ka( against MJ podilig)|
| Chairs Turned
Darryl is a singer, songwriter, and an indie music producer. He used to own a mobile recording studio which he brought to his client for on-site recording and/or mixing; including names like Joey Ayala. Darryl has has a few original songs, but one of his original music which he co-wrote with Khavn dela Cruz(earlier draft) "Lately" was used in Judy Ann Santos and Piolo Pascual's 2006 romantic comedy film Don't Give Up on Us, where Piolo portrayed the role of a highland local musician.
One of his first mastered instruments was an electric guitar. His current acoustic guitar, "Woody" is 17 turning 18 years old, was a gift by his wife. His ever-dependable guitar was picked personally by former Eraserheads musician Ely Buendia.
Darryl is giving himself this one last shot at music to give way for his family’s need of financial security. During the Blind Auditions, Darryl sang one of the coaches' songs, "Tatsulok" by Bamboo. Two chairs turned to him, Lea and Apl. He then, chose Lea to be his coach thus, he became part of Team Lea. In The Battles, he confronted MJ but, Lea picked him. advancing to the Live Shows. In the Live Shows, he sang "Danny's Song" by Kenny Rogers, and was enough to convince the audience to save him. While battling Mitoy, he again convinced the audience by singing "Balita" by Asin. While Apl was impressed by him, Lea gave him 40% of her votes.Yet, he was high in public yet low to be saved by the coaches. He appeared again in the Final Showdown, together with all the artist in the Live Shows.The people say "Darryl is more better" classifying that he is one of the public's choice.