Backstreet Boys back in Manila | The Philippine Star

MANILA, Philippines – Araneta Center and Viva Concerts & Events, in cooperation with Uniprom, bring back the Backstreet Boys in a concert dubbed Backstreet Boys This is Us Tour 2010 on Feb. 27, 8 p.m. at Araneta Coliseum.

The multi-Grammy nominated Backstreet Boys gained worldwide recognition when its first seven albums landed in the Top 10 of the US Billboard charts. In the ’90s, Backstreet Boys popularized such hits as Everybody (Backstreet’s Back), Quit Playing Games (With My Heart), I Want it That Way, Larger Than Life, plus songs that gave them 14 Top 40 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 and various nominations from the Grammy Awards. The Backstreet Boys has sold over 130 million albums worldwide. Originally a five-man group, the Manila leg will include band members Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, Brian Littrell, and A.J. McLean.

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The big HITters of Sony Music namely Britney Spears, John Mayer, Leona Lewis, Chris Brown, Shakira, Westlife, Backstreet Boys, and American Idol Season 8 winner Kris Allen have just release music videos in support of their new album. Click on the videos below to watch:

Britney Spears “3”

“3” is included in Britney’s latest greatest hits album “Britney Spears: The Singles Collection.” The ultimate fan piece celebrates Britney’s long and unparalleled career, bridging the past and the present. The standard CD which has 18 songs will be available in stores this week.

Leona Lewis “Happy”

Leona has spent much of 2009 in the studio working on her new album “Echo” and now she’s back with a brand new single ‘Happy’. ‘Echo’ is set for release on Nov 16th almost exactly two years since Leona’s phenomenal debut ‘Spirit’. ‘Echo’ promises big emotions, sweeping and widescreen melodies and spine tingling vocals.

John Mayer “Who Says”

“Who Says” is the carrier single to John Mayer’s fourth studio album “Battle Studies” that is set to be release on Nov. 16. Battle Studies is a confessional, relaxed and liberated album recorded in John’s private home in California.

Chris Brown “I Can Transform Ya” ft. Lil Wayne Swizz Beatz

Chris is back. Chris has spent a good part of the last 10 months working on his new album entitled “Graffiti” where he co-written nearly every record on this album. The music video for his first single “I Can Transform Ya” was shot in Los Angeles and directed by Joseph Khan. The visual channels the Transformers films, with people morphing into cars and is heavy in post production and graphics. Chris new album “Graffiti” will be release early December. Watch out for it!

Shakira “Did It Again”

“Did It Again” is the follow-up single to Shakira’s hit single “She Wolf” from the album of the same name. The video was shot in LA and was directed by Sophie Muller who also directed the Hips Don’t Lie video. Shakira’s new album “She Wolf” is now available in stores.

Westlife “What About Now”

This is the beautifully shot new video from Westlife to support the first single ‘What About Now’ (originally recorded by Daughtry). Directed by Phil Andelman and filmed on location at the Vatnajökull Glacier in Iceland. A very simple but emotional video which just highlights the quality of this great song. Westlife’s “Where We Are” is set for release on the week of Nov 30.

Backstreet Boys “Bigger”

Just in time for the European tour, here’s the new video for “Bigger,” the 2nd single from “This Is Us.” Directed by Frank Borin on location in Tokyo, it shows the boys at their playful best hanging out with their Japanese fans. Grab a copy of Backstreet Boys “This Is Us” album in stores now.

Kris Allen “Live Like We’re Dying”

On the eighth season of American Idol, 23-year old Kris Allen, a pianist and self-taught guitar player, achieved growing popularity and enthusiastic reviews weekly from television viewers and critics alike. Now, he is set to release his self-titled debut album on the week of Nov17. Here’s the video for Kris’ motivating and up-tempo first single “Live Like We’re Dying.” Enjoy!