Jullie Anne San Jose and her leading man Kristoffer Martin releases the music video for “I’ll Be There”, themesong of Kahit Nasaan Ka Man, their new romantic/drama series on GMA 7 http://youtu.be/u1jrvfhBU4Q
Enrique Gil’s full music video for his first single “OHA! (Kaya Mo Ba ‘To)” from his debut album King Of The Gil is finally out, watch now http://youtu.be/h4N9lloAYY0
Ely Buendia w/ his band Pupil performs “Haunted” during the Bang Bang Alley World Premier after party. This is the theme song of the film, watch the live clip here http://youtu.be/uXMFcPmE3GA
Kailangan Ko’y Ikaw is one of the most popular and well-loved romantic comedy movie released in 2000. This was the first team-up of “Asia’s Songbird” Regine Velasquez and Philippine Cinema’s “Bad Boy” Robin Padilla. The movie is about Gimo Talumpati (Robin Padilla), an auto mechanic who won a special date with Francine Natra (Regine Velasquez), a popular singer. As Gimo re-introduced Francine to the joy of living an ordinary life, they fell in love — putting her showbiz career at risk.
The Platinum-selling movie soundtrack consists of 13 tracks including the themesong “Kailangan Ko’y Ikaw,” composed by Ogie Alcasid. The song won Best Movie Theme Song at the 49th FAMAS Awards, Movie Theme Song of the Year at the 17th PMPC Star Awards for Movies and received 5 awards at the 23rd Awit Awards namely: Song of the Year, Best Ballad Recording, Best Movie/ TV/ Stage Theme Song Recording and Best Performance By A Female Recording Artist. Check out the track listing below:
Kailangan Ko’y Ikaw by Regine Velasquez
Star On A TV Show by Cacai Velasquez (cover song from The Stylistics)
The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face by Regine Velasquez (cover song from Roberta Flack)
Suntok Sa Buwan by Ely Buendia of Eraserheads (cover song from APO Hiking Society)
Tuwing Umuulan (duet version) by Regine Velasquez & Robin Padilla (a Ryan Cayabyab original and popularized by Basil Valdez)
Giliw by Regine Velasquez
Everyday by Regine Velasquez
The Best That I Can Be (She Loves Me) by Gabby Eigenmann (cover song from Jim Photoglo popularized by James Ingram)
Tuwing Umuulan (solo version) by Regine Velasquez
Sabihin Mo Lang by Regine Velasquez
My Heart Still Wishes For You by Regine Velasquez
Kaligayahan by Regine Velasquez
Kailangan Ko’y Ikaw (Main Theme) by Regine Velasquez with Manila Philharmonic Orchestra
Time to catch up on the new releases of your favorite OPM artists. Here are 15 music videos which premiered on Youtube last June. Check them out now!
June 29, 2013
Erik Santos “Muling Buksan Ang Puso”
King of Teleserye themesongs Erik Santos sings the theme for ABS-CBN’s newest TV drama “Muling Buksan Ang Puso”. It’s also included in his latest album, The Erik Santos Collection Timeless Movie & TV Theme Songs.
June 28, 2013
Jireh Lim “Magkabilang Mundo”
This is Jireh Lim’s follow-up to his hit single “Buko.” The music video which was released last June28 have more than 300K views now on YouTube.
June 26, 2013
Eat Bulaga Dabarkads feat. Ryzza Mae Dizon “Cha-Cha Dabarkads”
Check out one of this year’s biggest hit song and dance craze as popularized by Little Miss Philippines 2012 winner and child wonder, Ryzza Mae Dizon.
PUPIL, with guitarist and frontman Ely Buendia, lead guitarist Yan Yuzon, bassist Dok Sergio and drummer Wendell Garcia, shake up the neighbourhood of established notions yet again with its newest album, Limiters of the Infinity Pool.
After two successful collections, Beautiful Machines (2005) and Wildlife (2007), Limiters of the Infinity Pool began taking life in the early part of 2010. Coming three years after the award-winning Wildlife, it represents the longest gap between albums in the group’s career. Pre-production alone took nine whole months, a process which involved trading and emailing song ideas and demos on every imaginable medium, from pen and ink to DAWs (digital audio workstations). The best ideas then entered the group dynamic, as they built up the songs together through countless jamming sessions at Ely’s house – interrupted only by impromptu PS3 tournaments and pochero dinners courtesy of Wendell. Lead guitarist Yan Yuzon pretty much wrote his contribution on the spot during the recording sessions. Wendell Garcia, the least “techie” guy in the group, recorded his contributions on his cellphone. These and other moments of musical play and creativity characterise the album, which began taking shape at Wombworks Studio, with long-time sound-man Pat Tirano handling engineering and co-producing duties, taking the role of “Limiter” to the group’s “Infinity Pool” of ideas.