Composite photo Clockwise from top left: Arthur Nery, Soy x Jehramae Trangia, Sarah Geronimo x Jin Chan, Crakky, Kushin KL J emm Dahon, Tu$ Brother$
Sarah Geronimo x Jin Chang, Arthur Nelly, Soi and Jeramey Trangia are on the R&B ballad side, while hot rapper Juan Caoile, HOOD 047’s Kusin Jem and KL, ALLMO$t’s Cluckie. and Tu$ Brother$ against each other. they do their best.
And then Sarah G lays down new songs. Following his recent collaboration with John Lore, he now teams up with R&B singer-songwriter and guitarist Jin Chang for the moody R&B track “Hangganan.” Geronimo takes turns writing the verses with the songwriter of “Dati Dati,” singing the slow-to-midtempo song about a falling love. Co-written by Jin Chang, DENY, and Sarah Jeronimo, not to mention the groove, the singing is also hot.
Ace R&B singer Arthur Nelly recently performed the piano ballad “Nasaking Damdamin.” It is a solitary love song that reflects Arthur’s R&B-influenced singing. Arthur sings of love that seems destined to be heartbreaking, but the expression is emotionally uplifting. Check out his style of holding long notes, putting style and emotion into every line he sings.
Young music artists Soi and Geramae Trangia pair up on the morbidly sweet-sounding “Paraiso.” The former is the songwriter who just came up with this song, which is more like Bazooka Joe than bubblegum pop, and the latter is the triumphant “Contesera.” Jehramae keeps it simple, sweet and contextual in this pretty nice-sounding, bright pop of her song.
Viral hit rap artist Juan Caoile of “Marikit” fame returns with a new song titled “Silong”. The title is a metaphor for how Juan Caoil sees the topside of The Big Guy. Caoile’s expression of trust and appreciation is blunt, but his smooth expression is the wax that adds slickness to this track. Juan Caoile seeks to inspire by finding love and faith, but “Silong” alone is a relatable production that incorporates pop, rap and R&B flavors.
Kushin (Richard Olamit), King Lheanard and Jemm Dahon, who made HOOD 047 infamous for “Wasted,” are back with a classic three-man rap jam on the groovy “ASINTA.” A thumping trap beat and a lyrical line that raps and sings about uplifting themes of facing adversity are at the heart of this powerful new song from the boys who have made their mark on the Olangapo rap scene. there is And in the last part, Kushin, KL and J emm are default in target.
ALLMO$T rapper Crakky grabs attention with groove and pop with “Eto Miss Ka.” Starting with a classic 808 beat, Crakky hits Pinoy his rap with retro hip-hop. The result is a funky, head-boggling song about missing her and wanting to see her main squeeze.
Over the steady beat of “Can’t See Me,” Tu$ Brother$ raps about drugs and violence with “unflinching honesty,” promoting slurs and hype on social media . As those who know professional wrestling know, this is also a metaphor for “those who work in the shadows so as not to be noticed by those in power.” The underlying background, coupled with the reverberating bass kick, gives the sonic “pot” session a menacing vibe. But what about delivery? Tu$ Brother$ makes me look and sound like the club party I want.