Heavy rains and traffic failed to halt Linggo
Ng Musikang Pilipino (LMP) for staging a record-breaking 70+ music
showcases in various venues across the country.
Presented by Organisasyon ng Pilipinong Mang-aawit (OPM) and National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), the multi-platform celebration succeeded in its commitment to offering a broad spectrum of Filipino music talents to a diverse audience, transforming public spaces such as malls and train stations into music performance spectacles and curating top-notch performances in bars, concert halls, theatres, and multimedia outlets.
For ABS-CBN’s music portal One Music PH, connecting the multi-talented Filipino artists and their fans in the digital world is serious business. One Music’s concert series kicked off in June 2016 with Yeng Constantino, who celebrated her tenth anniversary in the music industry and performed her greatest hits on the One Music stage.
Maybe The Night, Kathang Isip, and Leaves are just few of the songs I love from the emerging indie fold/folk pop band in the Philippines, Ben&Ben. They are currently making hits around the country with exciting concerts and chart-topping singles.
A young songwriter from Davao, Chud Festejo has a curious opinion for the popular children’s clapping game Nanay, Tatay. Why does the chant make the children sound demanding? Convinced that there is a bigger reality to be addressed, he started writing a song that will then win the hearts of the judges and the crowd of PhilPop 2018.
Last October 21, 2018, the well-known British-Norwegian boy band A1 are finally reunited for their 20th anniversary reunion tour. It was Paul who made an exit way back 2002 for personal matters, but just last night, they are once again complete to serenade the Filipino fans at Kia Theater, Quezon City.
Touted as the premier songwriting competition in the country, PhilPop continues to provide a sustainable platform for amateur and professional composers to showcase exceptional songs from various genres and styles.
The country’s premier songwriting competition, PhilPop has recently announced its roster of interpreters for the 2018 lineup. With the theme “Music. Powered by Pinoys,” the foundation continues to defy expectations by championing homegrown talents from different backgrounds and music genres.