Original Pilipino music gets a major boost as the respected Organisayon ng Pilipinong Mang-aawit (OPM) welcomes 12 of the most talented “Tawag ng Tanghalan” singers with world-class voices.
After showcasing their talent and sharing their stories with viewers worldwide, “TNT” grand champion Noven Belleza, along with Eumee, Sam Mangubat, Marielle Montellano, Froilan Canlas, “TNT Divas” Gidget dela Llana, Rachel Gabreza, Pauline Agupitan, and Maricel Callo, and Jex de Castro, Lucky Robles, and Hazelyn Cascaño.
The “TNT” singers were formally inducted as members recently – a first time in the history of OPM – by its president, singer-songwriter Ogie Alcasid.
Through their tunes and live performance in different parts of the country, the “TNT” singers will continue to inspire every ordinary Filipino to reach their dreams, as well as bolster support for original Pilipino music and continue its legacy.
They will also add new flavor to the Pinoy music scene through their voices and songs that will exhibit their individual uniqueness as artists.
One of the platforms they use to promote original Pilipino music is “TNT Versions” or “TNTV,” where fans and online viewers can enjoy the singers’ refreshing take on the most popular and iconic love songs.
Since June, the YouTube channel has already garnered thousands of subscribers and views. Some of the most viewed renditions are Eumee’s “Kahit Sandali” with 308,000 views, Jex’s “Someone’s Always Saying Goodbye” that hit 295,000 views, and Samuel’s “Sukob Na” with 251,000 views.
“TNT Versions” is just one of the fast-growing YouTube channels in the country under ABS-CBN’s multi-channel network Adober Studios, formerly called Chicken Pork Adobo.
It is one the digital initiatives of ABS-CBN, which is rapidly transitioning into an agile digital company with the biggest online presence among all media companies, and a growing list of digital properties.
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