Christian Bautista’s “Soundtrack” album tracklist revealed!

After about two years, Asia’s Romantic Balladeer Christian Bautista is back with a new album “Soundtrack.” Produced by Universal Records, Christian’s new album includes memorable theme songs from the most romantic movies of all time.

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The album’s first single Up Where We Belong, the theme from the movie “An Officer and a Gentleman,” has already been chosen by GMA as the theme of its newest koreanovela “Empress Ki.”

Christian also bared his heart in his rendition of “A Thousand Years,” theme of the phenomenal hit movie series “Twilight.”

He also showed his edgier side in “Kiss From A Rose,” theme from “Batman Forever.”

Christian also tapped some of the best female singers to collaborate with him. Former sweetheart Rachelle Ann Go joins him in their rendition of “The Way We Were.”

Perennial stage leading lady Karylle performs the romantic “After All” with Christian. This is the first time the two performed a studio duet together.

Julie Ann San Jose and Christian went “Cruisin’” in a new duet, while Nikki Gil lent her beautiful voice in the duet “Come What May.”

The launch of the album “Soundtrack” will be launched this Saturday, Nov. 15, 7:00 p.m., Eastwood Mall Open Park.

Christian Bautista: SoundTrack
1. Come What May (duet with Nikki Gil)

2. Up Where We Belong

3. How Deep Is Your Love

4. When You Say Nothing At All

5. After All (duet with Karylle)

6. A Thousand Years

7. Cruisin’ (duet with Julie Ann San Jose)

8. Way Back Into Love

9. Love Is All Around

10. The Way We Were

11. Kiss From A Rose

12. Unchained Melody

Bonus Track
13. Seasons of Love (Theme from the series of the same title)


Must Listen: Kathryn Bernardo’s debut single “You Don’t Know Me”!

Must Listen: Kathryn Bernardo’s debut single “You Don’t Know Me”!


Listen to the lyric video for Kathryn Bernardo’s debut single “You Don’t Know Me.”

“You Don’t Know Me” is the lead single of Kathryn Bernardo’s self-titled debut album to be released soon by Star Records.

The song was written and composed by Himig Handog finalist Marion Aunor.

See the video below:


Watch the new Ariana Grande!

Watch the new music video of Ariana Grande‘s  latest single Love Me Harder!


Watch the video below:


Enchong Dee releases self-titled album, track list revealed!

Kapamilya heartthrob Enchong Dee will soon be a certified recording artist after he releases his self-titled debut album under Star Records nationwide on Tuesday (October 7).


“My current single, ‘Chinito Problems’ was just originally meant for digital release. That’s why I feel so blessed when we eventually worked on a full album containing my type of music that my followers will surely appreciate too,” said Enchong, adding that he dreamt of becoming a singer since he was nine.

Aware of other actor-singers who have also released albums, Enchong believes his musical career is distinct from fellow Kapamilya heartthrobs like Daniel Padilla, Xian Lim, and Enrique Gil.

“All of us have something special to offer. In fact, if you’ll listen to my songs, you can easily tell that it’s me. When you play my album, it’s as if you’re bonding with me and loving what I love. It’s pure fun and dancing,” he said.

Aside from his radio hit single “Chinito Problems,” Enchong’s six-track album also features his own song titled “Isip o Puso,” which he composed during the promotion of “Once a Princess,” his reunion movie project with love team partner Erich Gonzales.

“Everyone can relate with the songs in my album. There’s something for those who are in-love, heartbroken, and even those who just love to dance and have fun,” said the 26-year-old actor-singer, whose musical influences range from ’90s boybands such as Backstreet Boys and ‘N Sync, to music icons such as Michael Jackson, Josh Groban, and Usher.

Completing the tracklist of Enchong’s album are “Step No Step Yes,” “Hanggang Dito Na Lang,” “Seloso” and “Tambalang OMG,” which he sang with Kapamilya leading lady star Alex Gonzaga. It also includes the alternative version of “Step No Step Yes” and minus one versions of all the songs.

The digital version of Enchong’s self-titled debut album is now available worldwide via and iTunes. The CD is available for only P199 at all record bars nationwide beginning October 7.



Gary V and Sarah Geronimo wins big at the 6th Star Awards for Music, list of winners revealed!

The 6th Star Awards for Music was held at the Grand Ballroom of the Solaire Resort and Casino in Paranaque City last night September 14!


The event was hosted by Maja Salvador, Jake Cuenca and Christian Bautista organized by the Philippine Movie Press Club (PMPC).

Gary Valenciano and Sarah Geronimo wins big with 3 and 2 awards each.

Here is the list of winners of the 6th Star Awards for Music:

  • Album Cover of the Year:Hulog Ka ng Langit (Regine Velasquez-Alcasid / Universal Records)
  • R&B Album of the Year: Spread The Love (Kris Lawrence / GMA Records)
  • R&B Artist of the Year: Kris Lawrence (Spread The Love)
  • Music Video of the Year: The Prayer (Loboc Children’s Choir)
  • New Male Recording Artist of the Year (tie): Richard Yap (Star Records) and Herbert C (Kinabukasan, Ivory Records)
  • New Female Recording Artist of the Year: Marion Aunor
  • Novelty Song of the Year: “Cha Cha Dabarkads” (Dabarkads D’Album / Jose Manalo, Wally Bayola and Ryzza Mae Dizon
  • Novelty Album of the Year: Vice Ganda
  • Novelty Artist of the Year: Vice Ganda
  • Compilation Album of the Year: The Erik Santos Collection Revival
  • Album of the Year: The Nightingale Returns (Lani Misalucha)
  • Dance Album of the Year: Believe (Maja Salvador / Ivory Records)
  • Acoustic Album of the Year: Acoustic Noel (Noel Cabangon / Universal Records)
  • Male Acoustic Artist of the Year: Noel Cabangon (Acoustic Noel)
  • Female Acoustic Artist of the Year: Zia Quizon (A Little Bit of Lovin’ / PolyEast Records)
  • Rap Album of the Year: Liham at Lihim (Gloc-9)
  • Rap Artist of the Year: Gloc-9 Rock
  • Album of the Year: Ultra Blessed (Spongecola)
  • Rock Artist of the Year: Spongecola
  • Pop Album of the Year:  Expressions (Sarah Geronimo)
  • Male Pop Artist of the Year: Daniel Padilla (I Heart You)
  • Female Pop Artist of the Year: Angeline Quinto (Higher Love / Star Records)
  • Concert of the Year: Arise: Gary V 3.0 (Director: Paolo Valenciano)
  • Male Concert Performer of the Year: Gary Valenciano (Arise: Gary V 3.0)
  • Female Concert Performer of the Year: Lea Salonga (Playlist)
  • Album of the Year: Liham at Lihim (Gloc-9 / Universal Records)
  • Song of the Year: “Help Me Get Over” by Jonalyn Viray
  • Male Recording Artist of the Year: Gary Valenciano
  • Female Recording Artist  of the Year: Sarah Geronimo
  • Duo/ Group Artist of the Year: The Angelos



Erasheads’ new Music Video for “Sabado” revealed!

Eraserheads, has just released the music video “Sabado” for their reunion project after more than a decade!

Their reunion project – a special CD containing two new songs titled “Sabado” and “1995” – was launch together with their cover on Esquire magazine on September 5 at the Dusit Thani Hotel in Makati City.

Watch the music video below:


“John Legend: All of Me Tour” live in Manila at Big Dome Sept. 26!

The success of John Legend’s ballad, All of Me lifted from his current million-selling album, will give him the opportunity to get up-close and personal with his fans worldwide via the tour.


Multi-award winning, platinum-selling singer-songwriter and Ohio born John revealed through Glen Llamas of Wilbros Live that his show will feature him in an intimate and acoustic setting, highlighted by guitar/vocal accompaniment as well as a string quartet. Fans can expect to hear John perform his smash single, his current single :you & I (Nobody in the World) and his first hit single, Ordinary People.

To recall, John got another Grammy as Best Male R&B performance for his single Heaven and throughout his career, John has worked to make a difference in the lives of others. He started gaining momentum through a series of similar collaborations with established artists, adding vocals to an impressive list of chart-topping hits including Kanye West’s All of the Lights, Jay-Z’s Encore and back up vocals on Alicia Keys’ 2003 song You Don’t Know My Name.

John acknowledged that the smash hit All of Me was an inspiration from his wife Chrissy Teigen and in fact the song was given to her as a gift and said that she “takes all the credit” for the tune. “Having somebody who knows me so well and knows what it takes to push me creatively is really important.” All of Me has turned into the biggest hit of his decade-long career and his first Top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100.

John’s All Of Me Tour in Manila will be on Sept. 26, 8 p.m. at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. It is presented by Wilbros Live in cooperation with BoardWorks Media and Zero-In Concept & Production, MaxVit, Fox and Starworld,, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Business World, Manila Bulletin Today, OAAP,Inquirer.Net, PEP.PH and Yahoo Phils. Ticket prices are Patron A (P8,450), Patron B (P6,340), Patron C (P5,820), Box Regular (P3,700), Upper Box (P1,850). For VIP tickets, call 374-2222.

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Must Watch: JM De Guzman sings “All of Me”!

JM de Guzman has just released the music video for his new single “All Of Me”!


“All of Me” is a John Legend cover which JM released as a single from Ivory Records. Will he be back for goo this time around?

Watch the video below:


Angeline Quinto sings “Sana Bukas Pa Ang Kahapon Official Soundtrack” track list revealed!

Queen of Teleserye Theme Songs Angeline Quinto makes history as she becomes the first Filipino singer to sing all the tracks of one teleserye album through the launch of “Sana Bukas Pa Ang Kahapon Official Soundtrack.

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“All the songs are about and connected with the lives of all the characters in the series,” said Angeline who portrays the role of Angie, the singer in the bar where Rose (Bea Alonzo) and Patrick (Paulo Avelino) had their first date.

“Sana Bukas Pa Ang Kahapon Official Soundtrack” features the theme songs of Rose and Emmanuelle’s (also portrayed by Bea) journey in their fight for their family, love, and justice.

The track list includes the songs “Sana Bukas Pa Ang Kahapon,” “Gusto Kita,” “Why Can’t It Be,” “Umiiyak Ang Puso,” and “Someday.” Completing the album are “Wherever You Are,” “Hindi Ko Kaya,” “Muli,” and “Forever” which Angeline sang together with Erik Santos.

Meanwhile, TV viewers can watch Angeline sing the soundtrack of Bea and Paulo’s drama series live at 19 East Bar & Grill every Thursday night, from July 3 to August 21 (July 3, 10, 17, and 31, and August 7, 14, and 21). The entrance fee for ‘Angeline Quinto Sings Themes From Sana Bukas Pa Ang Kahapon’ is P500, which will come with a copy of the series’ OST.

It is under the production of Star Records, Cornerstone, and Dreamscape Entertainment Television.

“Sana Bukas Pa Ang Kahapon Official Soundtrack” is now available in record bars nationwide. The tracks can also be downloaded via iTunes,,, and


1:43 third album #KalyePop a commercial success!

1:43 scored commercial success in its third all-original album titled #KalyePop (KPop) released last week under MCA Music (Universal Music Philippines).


#KalyePop was reportedly selling like hotcakes in various Astrovision, Astroplus and Odyssey record bars in Metro Manila while certain branches ran out of stocks a few days after copies landed on the shelves.

“It is a pleasant surprise to learn that the sales of #KalyePop is doing well, especially at this time when music fans are no longer buying physical copies of OPM albums. We can’t help but be grateful to our fans for the good news,” says the band’s spokesman Anjo Resurreccion.

The neocolonial-inspired album #KalyePop contains six original tracks from the boy band that popularized Sa Isang Sulyap Mo, the song that won the 2013 PMPC Star Award for Music Song of the Year and the Most Promising Performing and Recording Group in the Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation’s 45th Box-Office Entertainment Awards.

Except for the upbeat novelty song Ang Saya-Saya written by Jonathan Ong of Sonic State Studio, the rest of the tracks including the hit Hayop Sa Ganda and the earlier promotional single Ikaw At Ako were composed by musician and the group’s road manager Urie Tesorio.