OPM MUSIC VIDEO’S RELEASED IN SEPTEMBER 2013

September 2013 Video Releases

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.

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MUSIC NEWS ROUND-UP | Week of Sept 16 – 22

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Here are the latest news about your favorite OPM & US artists (Week of September 16 to 22, 2013)

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[CHARTS] No.1 Songs On Radio (April 8-14, 2013)

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Here are the songs which charted at #1 this week in various radio stations!

#1 at Mellow 94.7 | Pinas FM 99.5

22 by Taylor Swift

This is the 4th single from country singer, Taylor Swift’s hit album, Red. It’s also featured in the new Diet Coke Ad which was shown on US TV last week. Swift is currently on the road for her Red Tour.

#1 at Magic 89.9 | 99.5 Play FM

Just Give Me A Reason by P!nk ft. Nate Ruess

This heart-tugging ballad is the new #1 song on Magic89.9 chart this week. It also stays on top of 99.5 Play FM countdown. In the US, the song finally reached the #1 spot at the US Billboard Hot 100 (Week of April 27).

#1 at RX93.1 & Wave 89.1

Tonight by Jessica Sanchez ft. Ne-Yo

This is the first single from Jessica’s upcoming debut album. The American Idol runner-up will be appearing on the hit TV series Glee as Frida Romero, a “legendary diva” from a rival glee club.

#1 at Barangay LS 97.1FM

Buko by Jireh Lim

Buko (short for “Buhay Ko”) is the breakout song from Ivory Music’s new artist, Jireh Lim. The song is on its 6th non-consecutive weeks at #1 on Barangay LS 97.1FM.

#1 at 103.7 Radyo Natin

Dugong Dugong by Rita Iringan

This is the themesong from GMA7’s South Korean TV Series “The Greatest Love.”

#1 at Jam 88.3

Radioactive by Imagine Dragons

This the third single from Imagine Dragons debut album, Night Visions. The song was used on the sci-fi movie, The Host.

#1 at WRR 101.9

Pusong Bato by Jovit Baldivino

This is the themesong to ABS-SBN’s latest TV Series, Juan De La Cruz.

Source: www.facebook.com/PHMusicCharts

HOT CHELLE RAE “WHATEVER” ALBUM RELEASE PARTY LIVESTREAM

Hot Chelle Rae, “Best New Artist of the Year” at the 2011 American Music Awards held a release party for their album “Whatever” last November 29 in New York. Aside from the album signing, the band also treat their fans with a live performance! Watch now here and don’t forget to grab a copy of “Whatever” in stores.

INTRODUCING: HOT CHELLE RAE!

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Before Hot Chelle Rae “fueled up the Jeep with bubbly elastifunk and breezy hip-hop swagger” (as Entertainment Weekly put it) with their brand new single “I Like It Like That,” the Nashville-based quartet scored a bonafide breakthrough smash hit over the last several months with “Tonight Tonight.”

Declared “one of the catchiest pop-rock anthems of the summer” by USA Today, “Tonight Tonight” crashed into the Top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in July like an unruly teenager, shot to No. 1 at Hot AC radio in September, was certified double-platinum in the U.S., and certified platinum in Canada and Australia. Meanwhile, its hilarious video (featuring a cameo by guitarist Nash Overstreet‟s brother, Glee‟s Chord Overstreet) has racked up nearly 30 million views online, energizing the group‟s active, devoted fan base. But it wasn’t until Jon Stewart sang a snippet of its chorus on The Daily Show that the band realized just how thoroughly “Tonight Tonight” had penetrated the mainstream.

“That was crazy,” recalls frontman Ryan Follese. “I was in my bunk on the bus when Jamie shouted, “Jon Stewart just sang our song!‟ I love The Daily Show so much, I couldn‟t believe it. The episode was airing again later in the night, so we stayed up to watch.” Adds Jamie: “I don‟t know if Jon Stewart even likes the song, but I don‟t care because it was so awesome. As long as he knows it, I am extremely happy.”

What’s not to like? With its once-heard-never purged melody, “la la la” refrain, and sly references
to Zach Galifinakis, the song is a shameless crowdpleaser. It has also been a game-changer for this
hard-working young band, which formed in 2005, released its debut album, the dance-rock oriented
Lovesick Electric, in 2009, and has been waiting for its break-out moment ever since. Hot Chelle Rae‟s
time has arrived with the band‟s new album, WHATEVER — an unstoppable fireball of radioready
tunes that finds them embracing who they really are: a band unabashedly in love with pop music.


Hot Chelle Rae began working on WHATEVER at the end 2010, traveling from Nashville to Los Angeles and New York for writing and recording sessions with various collaborators, including Emanuel Kiriakou (Jason Derulo, Selena Gomez), Evan Bogart (Adam Lambert, Rihanna), S*A*M & Sluggo (Boys Like Girls, Cobra Starship, Gym Class Heroes) and rising star production trio Andrew Goldstein, Dan Book, and Alexei Misoul. They emerged with a clutch of fizzy sing-alongs, like the current single “I Like It Like That” (featuring hip-hop duo New Boyz and inspired by memories of crazy nights out in Nashville), quirky break-up song “Honestly,” be-yourself anthem “Beautiful Freaks,” fingersnapper “Radio,” as well as heartfelt tracks like “Keep You With Me” and “Why Don‟t You Love Me.”

Through it all, the band keeps the melodies sleek, the harmonies tight, and the performances solid on WHATEVER, whose title is a playfully ironic comment on the hard work that went into writing and recording it. “The hardest thing to do is write is a simple pop song,” Ryan says. Adds Nash: “I read something this songwriter Jim Collins once said that stuck with me. He said, „If you can’t write a melody on piano with one finger, then it’s too complex for anyone to latch on to.‟” The band took that idea to heart, but made sure the other elements in the songs could pull their weight. “One of my favorite things about pop music is, obviously, the simplicity of the melodies, but the underlying tracks have to be really entertaining for the song to be any good,” Ian says.

The elegant ease of the songs is something only a band with serious chops could pull off, and indeed, all four members of Hot Chelle Rae have considerable musical pedigrees: brothers Ryan and Jamie are sons of A-List Nashville songwriters Keith and Adrienne Follese, Nash is the son of five-time BMI songwriter of
the year, Paul Overstreet; and Ian’s dad Phil Keaggy is a Grammynominated guitarist and multiple Dove Award recipient. Says Ryan, “My dad is a talented writer with a lot of hits to his credit and he has helped teach Jamie and me how to write great songs.”

Now Hot Chelle Rae is ready to cash in the chips it‟s earned with the success of “Tonight Tonight” and “I Like It Like That.” “Those songs set the stage for WHATEVER,” Ryan says. “It‟s loaded with feel-good, windows-down tunes that people can relate to and that are fun to play live.” The band spent the summer on the road with We The Kings and the fall touring with The Script in the US, along with a handful of headlining European tour dates. In early 2012 they will headline a tour across the United States before heading to Australia for a March arena tour with Taylor Swift, where they are sure to win over even more new admirers. “Our fans are so loyal and engaged,” Nash says. “The most fun we have playing live is when they are excited and singing along. It‟s really energizing to have them instantly giving it back to you. It keeps us going and hyped to carry on.”

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