Gloc-9 held his successful ‘Talumpati’ album launch last night at Eastwood City. He was joined by Sheng Belmonte, Jaq of Kiss Jane, Dex of Letter Day Story, Elmo Magalona, Aiza Seguerra, Tanya Markova, Aia of Imago, Brigada, Sly Kane & the FMCC CashCrew. Check out some of the photos and videos from the event:

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Congratulations to Gloc9 for winning the “Best Male Hip-hop Artist of the Year” award on Wave 89.1 1st Urban Music Awards held last Friday at Open Park, Eastwood Mall.

Gloc 9 will be releasing his 3rd single “Martilyo” on radio starting this February. For the music video, he will be joined by Dex Yu – vocalist of Letter Day Story, who is featured on the track.

Check out Philippine Daily Inquirer‘s Tony Maghirang‘s album review for Gloc9’s latest release “Matrikula” where he describe Gloc as someone who “maps out a possible future for rap.” Read the ARTICLE here.

“Matrikula” is now available at leading record stores. To download Gloc9 hit songs as your ringback tone, true tone and full track music, just text SONY to 3456.


The Philippine Star | November 16, 2009

MANILA, Philippines – Sony Ericsson has launched a campaign to help get street children off the streets and back into schools. The mobile phone maker is supporting the UNICEF Mobile Education and Child Protection Program for Street Children through I-Share Ang Saya. The project features a showcase of communication entertainment possibilities from new phones and a chance to get involved by downloading the campaign’s theme song.

Sony Ericsson commissioned pop rock band Itchyworms to compose a theme that would engage listeners to help the cause. The upbeat and catchy Let’s Be Happy Mga Kids was composed in a matter of weeks. It got the attention of other Sony Music artists (La Diva, Dino Concepcion of Brownman Revival, Ney Dimaculangan of 6Cyclemind, Juana lead vocalist Jaq Dionisio, Ely Buendía, Luke Mejares, Callalily’s Kean Cipriano, Letter Day Story’s lead singer Dex Yu and Gloc 9) who pitched in by freely giving their time and voices to the project.

Read full article now at PHILSTAR.COM