Viva Records’ eclectic new releases include an upbeat track from a new and very promising Ppop group, three movie OSTs, a must-listen-to mini musical novella album, plus Juan Caoile, Shanne Dandan, Lapis, and Your Last Stanza—a “Whoa!” collection for your auditory pleasure.
“Natataranta” by LITZ
LITZ's fierce upbeat pop rendition of "Natataranta" is the new all-girl sing-and-dance group's emergence piece in conquering the entertainment scene. Here, they showcased their harmonious tunes in a dynamic range of vocal exhibitions, giving the song a more galvanic vibe.
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“Pagsamo” by Shanne Dandan
Shanne Dandan reinvents "Pagsamo," reverberating her signature sound of mystique tunes with the accompaniment of an electric guitar. Here, she gives a riveting twist to Arthur Nery’s hit track, by flaunting her clean falsettos and R&B hooks.
“Detox” by Juan Caoile
Juan Caoile teamed up with HEX for his latest single entitled "Detox." His latest collaborative track is full of relatable verses about having brokenheartedness and letting go. It is incorporated with hip-hop elements alongside R&B hooks which perfectly fit capture the somber feels of falling out of love.
“Dito Sa Dulo” by Your Last Stanza
Your Last Stanza serves another hugot-filled track in “Dito sa Dulo,” in which painful lyrics were woven into their pop-rock tunes. The on-point drum beats and guitar resonance echo the piercing pain of holding on while watching one’s feelings drift away.
“The Golden Scenery of Tomorrow” Album by Various Artists
The OC Records release, “The Golden Scenery of Tomorrow Album,” is the brainchild of music creatives Gwy Saludes, Marc Alfaro, Gilyan Saludes, Gabo Gatdula, and Martin Riggs.
What these singer-songwriters came up with is a musical-play concept album for the hugot generation across six songs that range from pop, ballads and singer-songwriter tunes.
Through songs such as “Ginintuang Tanawin” by Marc Alfaro feat Gwy Saludes, “My Favorite Movie” by Gilyan Saludes, and “Ako at Ikaw, DiBa?” by Martin Riggs, the listener is illuminated by the blossoming love story between protagonists Via and Arkin (as voiced by Gwy Saludes and Marc Alfaro).
And we see it’s progression as we get deeper into it with Gabo Gatdula’s “Sa Pag-ikot ng Araw” and the piano-decked ballad “Kahel Na Langit” by Gwy Saludes.
Main track “Ikaw Ang Musika,” a modern sounding off-center leaning pop song sees the highlight of this mini musical novella. While the “Ikaw Ang Musika” is a definite highlight.
This album should be absorbed in its entirety.
“Urong Sulong” by Lapis
Lapis presents their more creative and in-depth alt-rock badge in their new song, "Urong Sulong." The song is an honest and melodramatic tell-tale of the truths in keeping a relationship alive and how it's not as fancy as everyone hoped it would be.
“More Than Blue” OST by Various Artists
The new Vivamax movie More Than Blue’s official soundtrack features the poignant voices of Marion Aunor, Edsel, and Hans Paronda.
With bittersweet remnants is Edsel and Hans Paronda's take on the iconic song, "Kahit Kailan," emphatically resonating the piercing hurt of being deeply in love with someone you're not guaranteed to stay with for long.
And Marion Aunor demonstrates an in-depth portrayal of the lead character's viewpoint in her songs "Kung Pwede Lang" and "Maghihintay," reverberating techno and folk-ish beats.
These tracks will seize the best of your emotions, elevating your hugot viewing experience.
“Mahjong Nights” OST
The official soundtrack of Vivamax's new movie, Mahjong Nights Game Na Tayo!, features the calming and sultry tunes of Shanne Dandan with her song, "Hanggang Sa Langit," and This Band's forlorn lyrics and melancholic melodies in "'Di Na Babalik."
Shanne Dandan's song gives the film’s contrasting elements its complementary chilly, mysterious, and provocative vibes; while This Band's somber track mirrors the personal battles of the lead character, dealing with loneliness, brokenness, and courage to keep moving forward in life.
“Mang Jose” OST
The OST of "Mang Jose Ang Superhero Na Pwedeng Arkilahin!" features the voice of the King of Soul, Janno Gibbs, who also happens to be Mang Jose himself! Thus, the OST is in check with the comedic demeanor of the film's theme about the life of a superhero for rent.
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