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Everyone’s favorite month should only be capped off right. With this New Music Friday’s best tracks, what more can you ask for? Talk about an early Christmas present!


Para Sa Broken Hearted OST by Various Artists

Some people say they’d rather have a broken arm than a broken heart. We say, why not just listen to these tracks and just enjoy? The “Para Sa Broken Hearted” OST offers tracks that’ll make you ride an emotional roller coaster all throughout. Starting off with the film’s theme song “Ang Awit Natin” sang by the OST princess herself, Janine Teñoso, so better get ready to have some tears rolling in. These other tear-jerker tracks realize that when love is rushed, it’s bound to end sooner than one might expect, and the other speaks of an unrealized relationship and the desire to float through the complexities of that feeling. Written by powerful songwriters Thyro & Yumi, sang softly by Sam Concepcion, this track is entitled “Bukas Makalawa”. While the other, comes from another strong lyricist backed up by his own flair of soul is Unique’s “Midnight Sky”. As bad as heartbreaks are, sometimes you got to take a trip down memory lane and enjoy Itchyworms’ “Loco”. Another track that’ll make your emotions go up and down is “Inday” by Juanita Romualdez, following a story of a girl seeking that one guy who just doesn’t care about her that way. And of course, you can’t have your heart broken without actually giving your heart away, so relive that feeling with After 5’s rendition of the classic “Pers Lab”.

Listen to the “Para Sa Broken Hearted” OST here: |

Three Sixty  Album by J.Young

Jumping from the reggae mixed with G-funk track “Electric” to the banner track of the album “They Ain’t You” about how beautiful all the other women in the world are but they’re still not you. “Three Sixty” is definitely going full circle. A track that pays homage to the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, “She’s A Thrilla” and the Canadian pop hit “Oxygen” is also part of this record. And if you’re looking for that track that’ll make you feel glamorous and worth it, then “Cadillac”, “Worth the Purse”, and “Sexy Dress” are right up your alley. Partying is also made better with tracks like “Lit”, “Gold” and “Million Bucks” with its dancehall beats, but this album also realizes that there’s time to chill out and make that someone just bop their head in “Say Yeah” and “Coming Home with Me”. Everyone’s gonna take a trip down to funk town all year-round coz you’ll find the perfect anthem of any day in this release.

Listen to “Three Sixty” here:

No Apology (The Remixes) by Karencitta

Karencitta is back with the much-awaited follow up to her hit single “Cebuana.” And it’s sounding like the talented dance artist sounds sharper than ever on her latest track entitled “No Apology (Wala Akong Paki)” and this time, she turned it up a notch with The Remixes.  With Los Angeles-based music producers at the helm, and with the trademark Cebuano-English lyrical mix of Karencitta dotting the edgy sentiments, the new track seems destined to make the same mark as “Cebuana.” But Karencitta is ever moving and would be the first one to agree that she’s not about copying the previous successes of her songs.

Check out The Remixes here: |


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