OPM MUSIC VIDEO’S RELEASED IN MAY 2013

May 2013 Video Releases

Every week, there are a number of OPM artists premiering their songs on radio, on MYX and online. And although only a few will make it to the charts, releasing videos have become a must if you want to launch your music especially now that all can be shared real-time in various social network sites.

For the month of May, we’ve listed 15 OPM music videos released on Youtube. The list includes Yeng Contantino’s latest hit “Chinito,” plus the latest single from two of Rivermaya’s original members – Rico Blanco’s “Lipat Bahay” and Bamboo Manalac “Carousel”. Check out the list below:

May 1, 2013
Kimpoy Feliciano “Right Next To Me”
The 2nd single from online heartthrob Kimpoy Feliciano’s self-titled debut album. It’s a rendition of the 1980’s hit song by Whistle. The song was #1 on 97.1 Brgy LS FM for the week of June 9 & 16, while it placed #2 on 95.5 Pinas FM last June 8 & 13. The music video also went #1 on Pinoy MYX Countdown.

May 2, 2013
Sponge Cola “Pick Your Poison”
This is the latest single from Sponge Cola’s “District” album. Pick Your Poison was also used in GMA Films’ Metro Manila Film Festival entry “Sosy Problems”.

May 3, 2013
Eleven O One “Kung Aaminin Ko Lamang”
One of the bands to watch this year from Bellhaus Music, Eleven O One’s original song “Kung Aaminin Ko Lamang” reached #10 on Tambayan 101.9’s Top 12 last June 15.

May 6, 2013
Jed Madela “Ikaw Na”
The carrier single from World singing champion, Jed Madela’s first all-original album titled “All Original” under Star Records. The song which was launch early March peaked at #9 on Tambayan 101.9 prior to the release of the music video on YouTube.

Richard Poon “Truly”
Crooner Richard Poon takes on Lionel Richie’s classic hit “Truly,” the carrier single from Poon’s new album “Legends.”

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EEVEE VISITS RADIO STATIONS JAM88.3 AND 103.5 WOWFM

Eevee are currently promoting “Ang Sarap Maging Single,” their first single from their upcoming album ‘Playtime’ and they visited last Monday Jam88.3 and 103.5 WowFM to promote the song. Check out the full interview below and some photos taken during the tour.

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MR. FU’S ALL HITS COLLECTION: WOW, I LAHVEET!

Mr. FU, the star DJ of 103.5 WOW FM releases his new “WOW I LAHVEET!” album under Sony Music Philippines.
“This is definitely a bigger and better collection,” Mr. Fu admits, “and my original song entitled “Wow Megano’n?!” sounds really current and hi-tech.”

This new collection boasts of a rare assembly of stars and hits like Lea Salonga’s “If You’re Not Here By My Side,” Sharon Cuneta & Ogie Alcasid’s new version of “Nandito Ako,” the rare recordings of Judy Ann Santos and Ryan Agoncillo’s “I’ll Have To Say I Love You In A Song” and KC Concepcion and Richard Gutierrez’s “When I Met You” with Joey de Leon’s “Itaktak Mo” and Francis M‘s “Kaleidoscope World.” It also carries Mr. Fu’s favorites “The Last Time I Felt Like This” by Ariel Rivera and Joanna Ampil, Agot Isidro’s “How Can I Be Sure,” and of course, Aljur Abrenica’s “Beauty and Madness.” Also part of this special collection are Sony’s new band hits “Gusto Ko Lang Ng Girlfriend” by Eevee and “Baliw” by Kiss Jane.

“Sulit talaga…all hits para sa mga WOWits!” exclaimed Mr. Fu, “I thank God for all these blessings that came my way this 2010.  Undeniably, aside from this album, Mr. Fu has been blessed with very good television exposure this year —which includes hosting stints in “Wow, Megano’n?! with Joey de Leon,” “Party On 5” and very recently, he was launched as a segment host of the trailblaizing showbiz talkshow “Paparazzi” on TV5 and is very bankable in events and corporate hostings.

“This album is a good memento of a good year: full of struggles yet full of happiness and triumphs. I dedicate this to my dad who is guiding me now from above,” punctuated Mr. Fu — to which we say, “Megano’n?!” Well deserved successes, Mr. Fu!