BLACKPINK calls for fans’ support in climate action movement

Globe ambassadors BLACKPINK have lent their voices to the call for climate action. During the recent UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Scotland, the Korean mega-group addressed global leaders and audiences to come together in taking action in the ongoing fight against climate change.

In a video message presented during COP26, BLACKPINK’s members JISOO, JENNIE, ROSÉ, and LISA urged their fans and the younger generation to take a stand and act against the most critical issue affecting everyone.

“Climate change is an established fact. We have learned of the devastating changes to nature, to the global weather, and the air we breathe. And the changes that we feared are already beginning to transform our planet.  We have learned that we must act now. Urgently, to prevent much, much, worse,” the group said.

They noted the possible severe impacts on people and nature, with a third of the population being regularly exposed to extreme heat, which may lead to drought, health problems, and death.  Almost all warm-water coral reefs would also be destroyed, and sea ice would melt and devastate wildlife.

“We do not want to get there.  The important thing is that we all take responsibility because it just won’t be achieved without collective action.  Let’s work together for our planet and take climate action in your area,” BLACKPINK concluded.

Yoly Crisanto, Globe Chief Sustainability Officer and SVP for Corporate Communications said, “We are very pleased to share the same advocacy as our brand ambassadors, BLACKPINK. We at Globe have long been advocates of climate action, with our commitment to the Race to Zero movement to achieve Net Zero GHG emissions by 2050 and limit global warming to 1.5 degrees celsius, as aligned with the Paris Agreement.”

In June 2021, Globe became the first and only publicly-listed Philippine company listed by the Science-Based Target initiative (SBTi) to commit to Business Ambition for 1.5 degrees Celsius and has officially joined as a participant of the Race to Zero.

Race To Zero is spearheaded by the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and COP26 Presidency and backed by GSMA.  It aims to lower greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to Net Zero no later than 2050 through the collective efforts of leaders, businesses, cities, regions, and investors worldwide. Globe’s commitment to establishing science-based targets and net-zero GHG emissions by 2050 is in line with the Paris Agreement and #RacetoZero Campaign.

Globe has already started its shift towards renewable energy, with 13 key facilities operating on 100% renewable energy. In addition, it has deployed over 7,400 green network solutions to achieve energy and resource efficiency in its cell sites nationwide. It has also implemented high standards of environmental management and stewardship through its ISO 14001-certified Environmental Management System to reduce its impact on the environment. The company is also aiming for an ISO 50001 Energy Management System certification for its key facilities by 2022.

The digital solutions platform has been doing its part in the fight against climate change through sustainable business processes and an established active strategy towards reducing both its short-term and long-term emissions.

Recently these efforts have been internationally recognized by GSMA, the largest global consortium of mobile networks. GSMA’s newly created COP26 Digital Hub has included Globe’s decarbonization journey as a case study.

Globe strongly supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, particularly UN SDG No. 13, which underscores the importance of climate action to save lives and livelihoods to address climate emergencies. Globe is committed to upholding the UN Global Compact principles and contributing to 10 UN SDGs.

To know more about Globe, visit www.globe.com.ph.

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#ThrowbackSeries Donita Rose: Conquering new grounds

Donita Rose, one pretty face who graced local cinema has conquered a new ground, where she can showcase her other expertise as a chef at a Filipino supermarket chain in the US. She left show business in 2020.

The Filipino-American actress, TV host, and former MTV Asia VJ has announced on her Instagram account a few months ago that she’s the new Corporate Research and Development Chef of Island Pacific, which has multiple stores in California and Nevada. Island Pacific is owned by Nino Lim, husband of former actress Krista Ranillo.

She shared on her Instagram: “Many of my closest friends have said that I look much happier these days. I attribute much of it to a job I’m passionate about, financial peace, being closer to loved ones, supportive friends and not to mention, the most amazing fans who shower me with never-ending words of encouragement (many visiting me from all over California to support @chirp.n.oink).”

Pretty Chef! Courtesy of Dashofdonita on Instagram

Her plans of going back to the US since the late 1990s had finally come true.  “Maybe someday, I’ll be able to go back to the US, not really to become a big star because a lot of people say that getting the break in that country is difficult,” she shared from a previous interview.

Donita Rose Cavett in real life was previously married to Eric Villarama (2003), got separated in 2016. They have a son named Joshua Paul. Her American father is from Oklahoma and her Filipina mom is from Pangasinan.

MTV VJ days

Donita related from a previous interview that she was chosen as MTV VJ after passing with flying colors the station’s rigorous audition. Particularly, she was chosen because of her good command of English and her easy-to-get-along-with personality.

To be a VJ she said, love for music must be innate in you. Donita of course is a follower of hip hop, R & B, and fast music. “It wasn’t given to me in a silver platter. I auditioned several times. I just trust in the Lord. I’ve been praying for this job. I think it’s a confirmation that God wants this job for me,” she said from an earlier interview with this writer.

While she was in Singapore and enjoying a career-high, Donita was listed as the 12th “Most Gorgeous” woman by Singapore entertainment magazine, ETC., FHM listed her as well as number seven among “Asia’s Sexiest Women.”

She also did her first international film titled Legacy. In the movie, she was paired with actor-singer David Hasselhoff.

A happy childhood

Donita shared that she had a happy childhood since her family is family-oriented. “We are a close-knit family. My family and my other relatives would meet every day for a little get-together in our backyard,” she recalled. “It was really fun.”

When she was younger, Donita wanted to become a marine biologist. That didn’t materialize of course. “So I just took up scuba diving. I dive every now and then, but that’s basically about it,” she said.

Donita is the eldest in a brood of four. She was born in America where she lived for five years. Then her family moved to Subic, Zambales, and eventually to Manila when Mount Pinatubo erupted in 1991.

An inclination for acting

Donita was encouraged by her mom Adelina Ramos Cavett to enter showbiz. The inclination to act came from her mom who is a singer-dance instructor, and who directs stage play for children. Donita used to appear in stage plays when she was a kid.

She was discovered by the late master showman German Moreno when she went to watch GMA 7’s former shows Lunch Date and That’s Entertainment. Then only 17, Donita was asked by German if she wanted to join the show. And the rest is history.

Donita on-screen is the same off-screen. “I’m a very predictable person. I don’t have major mood swings. And I’m a woman of substance,” she quipped.

A Christian herself, Donita makes it a point to read the Bible every day. “I’ve been raised a Christian all my life,” she pointed out. “Now, I have developed a more personal relationship with the Lord. I talk to Him every day. I feel that He is so near to me.”

Above all else, she experiences a greater sense of security. “I know that one day I’ll go to Heaven. And He is there waiting for me. What I like about my life now is that I don’t have to worry about yesterday, today, and tomorrow. I’m very much secured,” she disclosed.

Donita believes that perseverance has its own virtue. There are certain blessings that come from God. And she’s happy and proud of what she has achieved for herself.

Photos courtesy of Ruby Asoy file/ Dashofdonita on Instagram

Reposted from Manila Bulletin online written by the same author: https://mb.com.ph/2021/10/17/throwback-donita-rose-conquering-new-grounds/

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January Isaac-Bodlovic a.k.a Lumen: Not Just a Pretty Face

The laundry-conscious mama Lumen we saw on TV commercials wears two martial arts black belts – one for taekwondo and one for aikido.

We saw her lovely face on the boob tube in the role of Lumen, the worldly-wise and ingenious young wife and mom in the once-popular ad series of a detergent. Lumen is January Isaac a.k.a Sandra Gomez (her screen name).

She related that the “Lumen” commercial had contributed a lot to her popularity. However, she doesn’t want to think that it had made her an overnight sensation. “Honestly, I wasn’t expecting it to be a series. I thought it was just one project. For some people, they don’t see what I’ve gone through. It really took some time. But I should give credit to Lumen because that character has really helped me.”

Just like Lumen, she speaks her mind when it comes to being practical. “I weigh things before I buy. I’m very fond of shoes; I like shoes that are unusual and I buy them especially if they’re sporty.”

Throwback photos of January Isaac (Sandra Gomez): Personal file

A martial arts expert

This lady is not just a pretty face. In real life, she weàrs two martial arts black belts – one for taekwondo and one for aikido. She was introduced to taekwondo at the age of 11 and took up serious training at 15. After two years, she added another sport – aikido.

“My appetite for the martial arts was enhanced when I started joining inter-school competitions,” she said.  Her dad, Pastor Isaac, has become her mentor in a contact sport. “My dad used to be active in martial arts when he was my age. He suggested that I should try it.” More than anything else, it’s more of physical fitness for her. She’s also a semi-vegetarian.

Aside from being a health buff, she’s an artist, too. She loves everything that involves the arts – music, painting (she paints a landscape and still life in watercolor and acrylic), reading literature/classic, and theatre. Her favorite painters are Renoir and Monet.

Since she was eight years old, she has been watching musical plays. “From then on, I started loving it,” she said. “But that’s not the path I’m being led to.” January has taken the path to show business instead. She joined showbiz in 1997 and did some action flicks. What makes her different is that she enjoys her sports and she used it as a vehicle to get into the movies.

However, she doesn’t want to be confined to just doing drama or action movies. As much as possible, she wants to be a character actress “somebody who can be different.” “I don’t want to be stereotyped. I want a little bit of everything,” she quipped. “For me, it’s boring if you stick to just one character. I want to be versatile because that’s the joy of acting.”

Her name, January, was taken by her mother Millicent Joy, after a movie character, January Wayne, in the movie Once Is Not Enough. She was born in Cagayan de Oro City and comes from a well-to-do family. She is the eldest in a brood of three. Her other siblings are Hillary and Erik.

What is her secret of success?

“Believing in the talent that God has given you. Invest in that. Some people have talents but they don’t flourish, they don’t nurture them. For me, I really take care of it,” said the articulate January.

The Bodlovic family in the USA. Courtesy: @januaryibodlovic IG account

Above everything else, she has a strong faith, being a Christian. “Faith sustains me, that no matter how difficult life becomes, I’ll be okay. Never lose your faith in God,” said January, who has been living in the United States with her husband Wade Bodlovic. The couple has two beautiful children Hunter and Harley.

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Featured image: Courtesy @januaryibodlovic IG account

Trick or Film: Spook your way around Halloween with these acclaimed thrillers

We are more than prepared for some scares this Halloween season and what better way to immerse in the frights than to curl up under the covers and watch some of the best horror flicks.

From psychological to sci-fi to remakes of the classics, there are a bunch of horror films to choose from that can commence your screaming-slash-streaming fest through GMovies, the leading online ticketing platform, and UPSTREAM.PH, a new online transactional video on demand (TVOD) platform.

Grab yourself something to hold on to because here’s our list of thrillers which includes the 2018 blockbuster and critically acclaimed haunted film Hereditary and the 2019 reboot of the Child’s Play franchise.

The Forever Purge, streaming October 29

No one is safe. On the morning after The Purge, a masked gang of killers attacks a wealthy Texas ranching family and their workers. Exposed by daylight, the two families are forced to band together and fight back as the country spirals into chaos and the United States begins to disintegrate around them.

Hereditary, streaming starting October 29

When the matriarch of the Graham family passes away, her daughter and grandchildren begin to unravel cryptic and increasingly terrifying secrets about their ancestry, trying to outrun the sinister fate they have inherited. Starring Toni Collete, Gabriel Byrne, Alex Wolff, Milly Shapiro, Ann Dowd, and Mallory Bechtel.

Child’s Play, streaming starting October 29

Karen buys a high-tech doll called Chucky for her son Andy on his birthday. However, horrific events follow as the doll reveals its ominous tendencies. Starring Mark Hamill, Gabriel Bateman, Brian Tyree Henry, and Beatrice Kitsos.

Mary (2019 film)

Mary, streaming starting October 29

Sea captain David is looking for a way to guarantee a better life for his family and buys a ship because he believes it’ll give them prosperity, but once they set sail they discover that the ship holds terrifying secrets. Starring Gary Oldman, Emily Mortimer, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Stefanie Scott, Chloe Perrin, Douglas Urbanski, Jennifer Esposito, and Owen Teague.

The Invisible Man, streaming now

When Cecilia’s abusive ex takes his own life and leaves her his fortune, she suspects his death was a hoax. As a series of coincidences turn lethal, Cecilia works to prove that she is being hunted by someone nobody can see. Starring Elisabeth Moss, Aldis Hodge, Storm Reid, Harriet Dyer, Michael Dorman, and Oliver Jackson-Cohen.

Get Out, streaming now

A young African-American visits his white girlfriend’s parents for the weekend, where his simmering uneasiness about their reception of him eventually reaches a boiling point. Starring Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams, Bradley Whitford, Catherine Keener, Caleb Landry Jones, and Marcus Henderson.

Truth or Dare, streaming now

A harmless game of “Truth or Dare”’ among friends turns deadly when someone—or something—begins to punish those who tell a lie—or refuse the dare. Starring Lucy Hale, Tyler Posey, Violett Beanne, Hayden Szeto, Landon Liboiron, Sophia Taylor Ali, and Nolan Gerard Funk.

Dawn of the Dead, streaming now

Heart-pounding action and bone-chilling thrills power this edgy, electrifying fright-fest where a handful of human survivors wage a desperate, last-stand battle against flesh-eating zombies. Starring Ving Rhames, Mekhi Phifer, Sarah Polley, Jake Weber, Matt Frewer, Lindy Booth, Michael Kelley, Ty Burrell, and Kevin Zegers.

To watch the films, you just need to download the GMovies app on your smartphone via Apple Store, Google Play Store, or Huawei App Gallery or visit gmovies.ph. Select the movie, tap the “Pay” button and choose your payment option, click stream now on UPSTREAM, then sit back. For a one-time payment, the entire household can even watch the movies together.

So gather ‘round, grab that popcorn, and let UPSTREAM and GMovies make your heart jump out of your chest this Halloween. Go to https://bit.ly/GMovies-Shows to book your tickets now!

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OPM Greats Team Up for Minis Island

Ebe Dancel, Barbie Almalbis, Mojofly, Razorback, and more join forces to raise funds for the education of the children in Minis Island.

This October, some of the biggest names in the local music scene will be banding together to aid one of the smallest communities in Sulu.

It will happen at “Musika’t Aklat,” a virtual concert spearheaded by the Rotary Club of Fort Bonifacio Global City (RCFBGC). Featuring the likes of Ebe Dancel, Barbie Almalbis, Mojofly, and Razorback, this project will attempt to financially aid Minis Island, a place located around 12 kilometers away from Jolo. Currently, the community has a lone school; it was built through the donations of the Rotary Club of Manila Premier. And now, Jan Emil Langomez, president of RCFBGC, aims to expand this project through the concert his club is organizing.

“We intend to build lodging facilities for faculty,” he said. “We also want to build a library and water, sanitation, and hygiene facilities for the islanders.”

Streamed live on Facebook from Makati’s Social House, “Musika’t Aklat” started on October 16. The first portion of the series was called “Solo Night” and featured performances from Dancel and Almalbis. Alongside them were other names like Sud Ballecer, Clara Benin, Waiian, and Tamara.

The second date will be on the 23rd and it is dubbed “Alternative Night.” It will feature Mojofly, Tanya Markova, Rouge, Bita, and the Botflies and Createurs.

MA bands Day 2

The final night is titled “Pinoy Rock Night” and it will happen on the 30th. It will feature Razorback, The Republicats, Shotgun Combo, Gin Rum and Truth, and Calebral. Tickets for each date are priced at 350 Php and they can be bought through Ticketmelon.

“While local authorities have been supportive, their resources nonetheless remain limited,” Langomez said. “This is where our club comes into partnership with the people to expand their existing infrastructure.”

Several months ago, RCFBGC planned for the concert to have an onsite equivalent. This, however, was scrapped due to the heightened restrictions imposed to curb the spread of the coronavirus disease 2019. Nevertheless, the club decided to push through with the virtual aspect of the series and they did so because of how important it is for the community it’s seeking to help. Joining RCFBGC in this noble endeavor are other Rotary clubs such as the Rotary Club of Makati Business District, Rotary Club of Makati Greenbelt, Rotary Club of San Nicolas Makati, and the Rotary Club of Makati Rockwell.

“The residents of the island have had a difficult history,” Langomez said. “This is our way of helping them get past that.”

Before the residents of Minis Island settled in the place they now call home, they lived in the nearby Tulayan Island. However, due to the violent clan wars and political rivalries that apparently characterize the place, they decided to transfer to Minis to live more peaceful lives. Not long after their arrival, however, they discovered that Minis was actually a hideout for members of the Abu Sayyaf. Soon enough, the Jihadist militant group began threatening and oppressing them.

In 2019 the Philippine Army, tipped off by the residents, arrived to drive the bandits away. A group of soldiers was then stationed there to keep the peace and during their stay, they realized that the children were lacking in basic education. Some cannot even spell their names.

In response, the soldiers took it upon themselves to teach the children. They used leaves native to the area as well as spare wood to build a makeshift shelter that served as a classroom. For a blackboard, they used a piece of wood damaged by bullets during their encounter with the Abu Sayyaf.

This, however, is no longer the case these days. Because of the efforts of other good Samaritans, the children now have a school. And if the plans of the RCFBGC succeed, they will have much more than that.

To purchase your tickets please visit https://www.ticketmelon.com/geekmodemedia/musikat-aklat

 

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Love Wins in the New WeTV Original Series ‘BetCin’

Ano ba ang tamang timpla ng pag-ibig? That is the question at the center of the new WeTV Original series BetCin! The romantic comedy series starts streaming exclusively on WeTV on October 15 at 8:00 PM. New episodes drop every Friday.

Kylie Padilla and Andrea Torres play a social media celebrity couple in a seemingly perfect relationship, online that is. Behind the filtered posts, things are not so smooth sailing for Beth (Padilla) and Cindy (Torres).  Their differing priorities and needs begin pulling them apart, the gap widening the higher their number of followers, the Umamis, get.

As they figure out what’s next for them, “BetCin” has been selected as a finalist for “#RelationshipGoals”. The problem is, can they fake it until they make it all for the sake of a lot of likes and the large cash prize in the end. Beth and Cindy must find the right love recipe to convince their Umamis that they are the internet’s sweetest sweethearts.

When asked about what makes a relationship work, the two stars had these to say. “Trust and respect. Personally, ang pinaka important sa akin yung Trust kasi once na masira yun parang mahirap na bumalik sa dati.” Padilla said firmly. Andrea also shared her thoughts, “For me, respect. Kasi feeling ko kapag nirerespect niya ko there’s no room for me to doubt.” The latter also mentioned this is probably one of her most unforgettable projects yet. She continued, “It was an absolute pleasure and honor to be your Cindy.

Also joining the colorful cast of BetCin are Elora Españo, one of the country’s most sought-after independent actresses, and Pinoy Dream Academy alumna, Chai Fonacier, an award-winning actress who has appeared in TV shows and films.

BetCin is directed by Shugo Praico and story creator Fatrick Tabada co-wrote the eight-episode series with writer John Carlo Pacala. Over eight episodes, Praico balances out the drama that comes from a relationship on the rocks with punches of humor, adding to the relatability of the two central characters. “One of the brilliant elements of Fatrick Tabada’s original script for BETCIN, when we were developing it as a part of an anthology series years back, is its tone — a charming blend of wit and absurdist humor. When WeTV asked us to turn it into an 8-episode series, the genius JC Pacala and I decided to stick with that tone, push the comedy, and add poignancy into the mix, to tell the break-up story of an odd but lovable couple trapped in the zany situation they created. We wanted to give the audience a fresh take, a unique experience on this familiar kind of story.” The show is line-produced by Rein Entertainment Productions.

The release of the series is also timely, as there is a lot of conversation around inclusivity, bringing with it the opportunity to share these stories on a larger scale. “We feel that the time is right to put the spotlight on stories told from the lens of two women in a romantic relationship. This perspective is not often heard, and we wanted to give it the voice that it deserves,” explains WeTV Philippines country manager Georgette Tengco. “At the core of BetCin is a love story about two people navigating life and love as it plays out on social media. That’s something we can all relate to.

Watch the trailer of BetCin.

Get to know more about Beth and Cindy in a special interview on WeTV.

Stay tuned to the WeTV Philippines social media accounts on Facebook and Instagram for exclusive updates and news on BetCin, other WeTV Originals, and premium Asian content.

About WeTV

WeTV, a Tencent company, is the carrying brand for overseas users of Tencent Video – China’s leading online video platform with over 100 million paid subscribers. Since it was first launched in 2019, WeTV is now available in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, India, and other territories, accelerated by its acquisition of the iflix brand and resources in the past year. The platform is centered on delivering Asian premium content and original productions – which they can stream anytime, anywhere, and on any device – to its users globally.

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Hit South Korean drama series ‘Tale of the Nine Tailed‘ airs on GMA Telebabad

Love shines even in the darkest places as GMA Heart of Asia airs the hit South Korean drama series ‘Tale of the Nine Tailed‘ beginning October 11 on GMA Telebabad.

The drama has quickly gained a following in South Korea during its premiere in 2020 with its stellar cast and interesting plot which interweaves romance with a tinge of Korean folk tales and horror elements.

The series stars renowned actors Lee Dong-Wook as Leon, Jo Bo-ah as Gia, and Kim Bum as Ram. Leon, a nine-tailed fox, was once the mountain guardian spirit of Baekdudaegan. After losing his mortal first love, he gives up his position and spends centuries in human form in search of her reincarnation.

Meanwhile, Gia works for a TV station as a producer of documentaries on the supernatural. When she was a child, she was involved in a car accident and her parents mysteriously disappeared. She remembers a man that saved her in that accident which turns out to be Leon.

The two cross paths again and are determined to search for answers not knowing that they hold the key to each other’s unresolved past.

Don’t miss the much-awaited premiere of ‘Tale of the Nine Tailed’ beginning October 11, weeknights, 9:35 p.m. on GMA Telebabad.

Source: https://mb.com.ph/

Featured photo: https://mb.com.ph/

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Happy 24 years Gloc-9!

Success is fickle-minded.

We have seen many one-hit wonders rise and fall out of the limelight since they can only do, well, only one hit. But to continually attain success is a sign of dedication and love for the craft. Such is what Aristotle Pollisco aka Gloc-9 has been doing for the past 24 years as he established his niche as a major influencer in the Philippine hip hop scene.

Gloc-9 rose from the ranks of hip hop wannabes in 1997 setting his roots from doing collaborations with other hip hop artists and doing underground album releases. It is no secret as to how hard he struggled and how much he sacrificed to claw his way out of anonymity—but as they say, “You can’t put a good man down.”

His remarkable climb to being one of the pillars of Philippine hip hop only proves the fact that hard work, dedication, and love of what you’re doing can lead to success. A story that reverberates as an inspiration to young aspiring artists.

With a career spanning almost a quarter of a century, Gloc-9 is more into making sure that the hip hop industry continues on into the next generation by opening the flood gates of opportunity to the many talented Filipino rappers using his social media clout as a platform for collaborations.

His recent “44 Challenge” generated thousands of responders that showcased how many talented Pinoy rappers are just hiding at the seams waiting for their chance to take center stage.

Gloc-9 is now paying it forward. He was that talented youngster waiting for his chance when a Man from Manila took notice and welcomed him into his house, gave him the needed push and guidance to succeed in the cutthroat world of show business. In like manner, Gloc-9 goes out of his way to help young talents, inspiring them to love their craft, and sharing the stage with them to showcase their talent.

Gloc-9 has nothing more to prove as an artist. His awards cabinet is already filled to the brim. Just recently, he was one of the recipients of the prestigious SUDI National Music Award bestowed by the National Commission for the Culture and the Arts. Another affirmation of his impact in the industry he loves so much.

He is Aristotle Pollisco, Gloc-9, rapper, songwriter, the blacksmith of words, a true Filipino poet, an icon.

Congratulations and looking forward to many more productive years ahead!

For updates check his social media accounts:

YouTube subscription link :

http://bit.ly/glocdash9YT

Facebook:

http://facebook.com/glocdash9

Instagram:

http://instagram.com/glocdash9

TikTok:

https://www.tiktok.com/@glocdash9

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Yeonjun of K-pop group TXT recommends Timmy Albert’s “Feelings”

Yeonjun is one-fifth of the Korean boy band Tomorrow x Together or more commonly known as TXT. During his livecast on July 21, 2021, he was asked about the songs he listens to these days and mentioned Timmy Albert’s single, “Feelings”.

“This is the song I found while shooting . . . I listened to this song, and I liked it so much.. Kian ‘Every Hour’ and ‘FEELINGS’ by Timmy Albert. Please try these songs. They are so good” Yeonjun shared on VLive.

Timmy Albert shared on Instagram his great delight upon hearing the news, “#yeonjun recommended my song??”.

This 21-year-old singer-songwriter started his journey with Universal Records in May 2019. His current talk of the town single “FEELINGS” is part of his debut EP entitled “DISTANCED”. His music influences range from the classics – Madonna, Foreigner, Phil Collins, Richard Marx, to the modern sounds of joan, The 1975, and LANY.

Catch Timmy Albert’s “FEELINGS” now streaming on iTunes, Apple Music, Deezer, Youtube, and Spotify.

Stream “FEELINGS”:

Official Lyric Video | Spotify

Follow Timmy Albert:

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Julie Anne San Jose made it to NYC Times Square Billboard

Actress-singer Julie Anne San Jose has been featured on a billboard for music streaming platform Spotify, which is now up on New York’s famous Times Square.

The award-winning hitmaker got featured on the electronic billboard found right at the center of Times Square for Spotify’s “Equal” campaign which aims to femme-power women all around the world.

Julie Anne San Jose is also this month’s cover photo for Spotify’s Equal Philippines playlist and her single FREE is featured on Spotify’s Equal Global playlist alongside international artists such as Doja Cat, Ariana Grande, and David Guetta among many others.

Behind the song “FREE” was a team of genius producers both from the US and the Philippines — Herdy Casseus, Andrew Gonzales, Carlisle Tabanera, and Ito Rapadas. Julie Anne San Jose also co-wrote the song with Eduardo Gonzalez and Denise Pimping.

Stream “FREE”:

Spotify | Official Music Video | Lyric Video

 Follow Julie Anne San Jose:

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