Pinoy Singers Rock Asia

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Pinoy Singers Rock Asia


MANILA, Philippines - It's no secret that music runs in the blood of each and every Filipino - it is intrinsic to our culture and Pinoys are known all around the globe as world-class performers. From pop to rock, today's Mojo:lations is testament to this as three of OPM's most celebrated acts now take their talent to an international audience.

Jay-R & Kyla go international

Two Filipino R&B superstars are finally getting their long-overdue break in the Southeast Asian music scene! Jay-R and Kyla recently flew to Jakarta to sign three-year contracts with Tarra Group Indonesia, the company that will oversee the release of their respective albums in the country.To make their songs more accessible to their Indonesian fans, the songs will be recorded in Bahasa, the native dialect. The albums will also showcase duets with equally popular Indonesian pop stars. As part of their promo blitz, the two GMA-7 contract artists and mainstays of "Party Pilipinas" will be doing the rounds of TV and radio guestings, mall tours, and MTV shoots. Through the auspices of their respective record labels - Universal Records and PolyEast Records - the two singers have successfully penetrated the Malaysian and Indonesian markets, and are bound to announce another major Asian launch before the end of the year.

Chicosci wows Singapore

A plethora of the most talented artists locally and internationally gathered to have a celebration of sound at the recent "Baybeats" event in Singapore! The Philippines did not fail to represent and show the world what raw, unadulterated, Pinoy talent is all about with one of the best local rock bands Chicosci performing in this grand event! …

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