Here are the local artists who released new music video’s on YouTube for the month of September:
September 23, 2013 Julie Anne San Jose and Kristoffer Martin – I’ll Be There
I’ll Be There is the themesong for Julie Anne & Kristoffer Martin’s new TV Series entitled “Kahit Nasaan Ka Man” which airs on GMA7.
Enrique Gil – OHA! (Kaya Mo Ba ‘To)
Enrique Gil’s dance music video for ‘Oha (Kaya mo ba ‘to?),’ the first single from his debut album ‘King of the GIL’ under Star Records. The country’s “Dougie King” will stage his first major concert at Smart Araneta Coliseum on November 29 with special guests such as Vice Ganda, Toni Gonzaga, Angel Locsin, Kim Chiu, Vhong Navarro, Jhong Hilario and Young JV.
September 22, 2013 Jonalyn Viray – Help Me Get Over
The latest single from Jonalyn Viray’s EP and one of the themesong from GMA7’s hit series, My Husband’s Lover. The video also stars GMA heartthrob Aljur Abrenica.
September 19, 2013 Kley – Hintayin
Indiepinoy band, Kley releases the music video for ‘Hintayin’ from their self-titled album. The video features R&B singer JayR. Check it our below.
They come from the most diverse backgrounds. Musically, they can shift from pop to r&b, ballad to dance, alternative to even novelty —with so much ease and class.
They are three of the most promising young performers in the Philippines —referred to as — SAKTO (which means exact/perfect/the right mix) with members: stage and dancefloor heartthrobs Edgar Alan Guzman, Rodjun Cruz and Lucky Mark Mercado.
They wowed everyone with their outstanding performance as David Archuleta’s front act in his recent album tour where they performed their now popular act “RAMPA” written by music genius Jungee Marcelo.
They move and groove and dominate the dancefloor every Sunday in “Party On 5” in their FRESH segment where they sing and dance and determine the new youth norm and fashion — and individually, they have their legions of followers in their television dramas.
With their new CD and their carrier single — RAMPA, this group SAKTO is set to conquer the airwaves, the malls and the concert halls with their spirited rendition and infectious energy that is sure to get everyone into that SAKTO mood.
“I’ve never seen a group of male performers move as swiftly, fiercely yet edgy as Edgar, Lucky and Rodjun awesomely do so,” says top radio commentator Mr. FU who just feels so honored being backed by the SAKTO group for his recent collection of songs from Sony Music Philippines. “Any performer will feel that the singing and dancing and even acting standards are always brought to a remarkable and excellent level when SAKTO delivers the best.”