Tribute to Pinoys summer station ID

About 100 Kapamilya stars share the limelight with ordinary Filipinos that brighten up our day in ABS-CBN’s much-anticipated 2017 Summer Station ID, launched on April 17 in TV Patrol. The lyric video for the featured song “Ikaw Ang Sunshine Ko, Isang Pamilya Tayo,” meanwhile, has already over a million Youtube views less than a week after its debut. 

The music video, shot in various locations in the Philippines, show how Filipinos spread joy and hope even through simple ways just like how a guitar-playing nun, a colorful water vendor, and an elder serenading pedestrians with a bamboo flute - whose stories will be featured in the video – have brought smiles to other people.

Alexa Ilacad

Also featured in the Summer Station ID are the country’s biggest stars, hottest love teams, and respected journalists enjoying different activities every Filipino family would love to do this vacation season. The video is produced by ABS-CBN’s Creative Communications Division (CCM) headed by Robert Labayen and directed by Paolo Ramos and Peewee Azarcon Gonzales.

Anticipation has been high for the station ID especially after the launch of the lyric video featuring BoyBandPh, Pinoy Big Brother Big 4 Maymay Entrata, Kisses Delavin, Yong Muhajil, and Edward Barber, “Tawag ng Tanghalan” Top 3 Noven Belleza, Sam Mangubat, and Froilan Canlas, and teen stars Sue Ramirez, Kristel Fulgar, Sharlene San Pedro, Alexa Ilacad, Kira Balinger, and Ylona Garcia in It’s Showtime on April 7. 

PBB Big 4 at the studio after recording ABS-CBN's Summer ID

The video already has over a million views on ABS-CBN Entertainment’s official YouTube account alone, with netizens liking the song’s refreshing sound, catchy melody, and positive message. This year’s summer theme was written by Labayen with Love Rose De Leon, Johnny Delos Santos and Lloyd Oliver “Tiny”  Corpuz of CMM, with music by Thyro Alfaro  and Yumi Lacsamana. 

Topics: Kapamilya stars , 2017 Summer Station ID
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