Chris Martin and Coldplay gets to live his Backstreet Boys fantasies with the world's most phenomenal brand in pop music today BTS and producer and longtime-known BSB collaborator Max Martin. A space-transporting bop! And that outro is glorious!
The Kpop to Ppop odyssey continues, this time with TJ Monterde collaboratingwith Korean artist YELO on this smooth, suave number.
Just some of the killer lines from this song: "Ako ba ay isang hindi inaasahang pagkakamali?" "Mali bang hilingin na patigilin ang ikot ng mundo?"
Organ drenched song with skittering beats.
MVP award here goes to producer Cursebox for making every rapper here shine with their own beats and patterns. Old school and new school unite here even though you could play six degrees of separation between these guys and be surprised how this lineup was assembled.
Sick, demented musical arrangement and production. "'Cause there's a method to this madness..." indeed.
This track transports me to the 80's with a mug of good coffee in my hands.
A study in space and seduction, how to sound minimalist even if the layers are lush.
"Gusto Ko Nang Bumitaw" - Sheryn Regis
The Crystal Voice of Asia returns with arguably her best original song, with its dynamic musical arrangement highlighting the feels of this song and her powerful vocal belting in the right places.
A breezy bop with carefree synths, a nifty insistent basis, and a strummy guitar outro to take us home.
While this track is merely an intro to Lian Kyla's instrumental dream-pop lo-fi album of the same title, this one is still the best and most majestic track in this body of work. Part-Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club, part-Don't Hug Me I'm Scared, this track is equal parts hypnotizing, enthralling, dreamy, comforting, and haunting.
Reminds me of P.M. Dawn, the sonic equivalent of a liquid dream beach vacation.
DISCLOSURE: One Music PH is under the ABS-CBN Music ecosystem, and so are the singles featured here by Sheryn Regis and Lian Kyla.