Akon went camping! Similar to "Montero (Call Me By Your Name)", Lil Nas X keeps it simple and strummy.
Zack Tabudlo went to a party where the hosts couldn't make up their minds if they wanted to do a Manila Sound- or 80's-themed night (in a good way)!
More proof that 88Rising has mastered the art of the Gen Z doo-wop tune. And the left speaker-right speaker action here is *chef's kiss*.
Kiyo as a dreamweaver. Plus points for thos elaborate layers.
The elegance on this one! And check out that funky breakdown.
Sam Concepcion with the swagger! And he'll be flexin' at his exes on the show, by the way.
The winding arrangement seems to be parallel to the message of the song where sometimes we just can't help but keep reverting back to our bad habits when things go rough.
"1uv Me Now" - Sixxmatrix
The acid trip pastiche of the day goes to this one!
"Atin ang Gabi" - Je feat. Kurt
Reminiscent of Skusta Clee's "Dance with You", only if you replace the Chris Brown influence with Chito Miranda.
"Asa Naman" - Maris Racal
Maris Racal and producer Rico Blanco continue the Taylor Swift by way of Weezer with an abundance of synths aesthetic of "Ate Sandali".
"Langit Lupa" - Gloc-9 feat. Hellmerry
Gloc-9 revisits his dark roots. While most confrontational hip-hop songs these days virtually scream at their targets real or imagined, Gloc and Hellmerry choose to speak softer, but with a more sinister and chilling effect.
"Famous Last Words" - James Blake
On the other hand, this one by James Blake traverses the fine line between haunting and sensual. And those falsettoes, I don't know whether this is more appropriate for a wedding or a eulogy for a departed love.
DISCLOSURE: One Music PH is under the ABS-CBN Music ecosystem, and so are Sam Concepcion's and Nameless Kids' releases.