Who hasn’t heard of Brownman Revival and their infectious hit “Lintik”?
Music video by Brownman Revival performing Lintik. (C) 2005 SONYBMG Music Entertainment (Philippines), Inc.
Right. In all likelihood, you’ve heard this song growing up in the early 2000’s, since nearly all music channels and radio stations were playing it nonstop.
However, before you conclude that Brownman Revival is nothing more than a one-hit wonder, you would be glad to know that the band has been busy these past years gigging around the country, being appreciated by the local reggae community.
In fact, the band is celebrating its 25th year in the industry this year, and with that, they’re gifting their fans with new music.
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According to new frontman Benjah Perez (who took over from Dino Concepcion), “...ang pinagkakaabalahan namin is really yung pagpapalakas nung mga bago naming kanta since this year is our 25th year. Sa November na yan so abangan niyo and marami kaming iri-release na mga pasabog especially the new songs."
The band had also celebrated the 14th anniversary of their “Steady Lang” album this year.
On this day in 2005 we released our debut album 'Steady Lang' which achieved gold status 9 months after its store release. What are your favorite tracks on the album? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ MARAMING SALAMAT and BIG LOVE for the massive support all these years!
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So yeah, that was a full 14 years ago. Feel old yet? Let’s all listen to it again here:
Are you excited to hear Brownman Revival’s new song? Share your favorite songs in the comments below!
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