Philpop?s new 2014 album now available on Spinnr

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Click to enlarge Click to enlarge[/caption] The top 12 songs have accumulated around 43 million hits on YouTube, with 2013?s winning song, Dati written by Thyro Alfaro and Yumi Lacsamana, and performed by Sam Concepcion, Tippy dos Santos and Quest, garnering 25 million hits. The release of the Philpop 2014 album also coincides with its official release on Spinnr. Powered by Smart Music, it offers unlimited music streaming for as low as P49 a month, or P2.50 per day without additional data charges. Spinnr can be accessed via the Web through, and through mobile applications for Android and iOS devices like the PLDT Home Telpad. The Philpop 2014 album features: NGSB (No Girlfriend Since Break) by Davey Langit, interpreted by Luigi D?Avola; The Only One by Venelyn San Pedro, interpreted by Thor; Awit Mo’y Nandito Pa by Ronaldo Sorioso, performed by Aldrich and James; Torpe by Daryl Ong, performed by Kris Lawrence; Babalikan Mo Rin Ako by Soc Villanueva performed by Nikki Gil; Song On A Broken String by Jude Gitamondoc and Therese Marie Villarante, sang by Nicole Asensio; Salbabida by Jungee Marcelo, sang by Kyla; Dear Heart by Mike Villegas sang by Kiana Valenciano; Hangout Lang by Allan Feliciano and Isaac Joseph Garcia sang by Duncan Ramos and Young JV; Qrush On You by QYork?s James Palma aka FlavaMatikz and Cedric Bonjoc aka Knowa Lazarus, sang by the duo of Elmo Magalona and JayR; Kung Akin Ang Langit by Cecilia Bocobo and Isaac Joseph Garcia, performed by Clara Benin and Mcoy Fundales; and finally, Langit Umaawit by Ronaldo Sorioso, performed by Tom Rodriguez. Of the top 12 contenders, one will emerge as the P1 million grand prize winner who will be announced on July 26 at the Meralco Theater. ?This year’s finalists constitute a heady brew of the most varied of genres: dance, rock, R&B, a couple of ballads, some pop and a genre-defying song in multi meter,? Philpop foundation executive director and music maestro Ryan Cayabyab, said. ?I am also happy and excited to hear established singers go shoulder-to-shoulder with new and up and coming performers. It?s definitely a tough competition and the music-loving Filipino public will be the judge.? Patrick Tang, PLDT vice president and head of Home voice solutions, added, ?PLDT Home Telpad is proud to be part of Philippine music history as it happens. Music is an integral part of our culture, and we are delighted that the PLDT Home Telpad is able to bring OPM?s finest to the Filipino home.?]]>

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