It was in 2010 when Maine Mendoza uttered her dream of becoming a MYX VJ. Ten years later, she gets her wish as the music channel welcomes her as the MYX Celebrity VJ this April.
Her month-long stint—a first for Maine in the ABS-CBN music channel after her brief Isa Pa With Feelings guesting last October—is well-timed as she just launched her music career with the song “Parang Kailan Lang,” a collaboration with OPM band Gracenote.
As a guest VJ, she will be introducing the featured music videos in Mellow MYX, Pop MYX, Pinoy MYX, and My MYX.
"I’m so thrilled because this is different from what I did before for the ‘Isa Pa With Feelings’ promo. This time, there will be more episodes and it’s a lot more fun especially when I say ‘MYX VJ.’ It’s like a dream come true!,” Maine gushed about her MYX Celebrity VJ experience.
Meanwhile, fans can catch up with VJs Robi, Ai, Samm, Dani, Anton, and Edward during the enhanced community quarantine via their internet talk show MYX It Up which streams live on the MYX Philippines YouTube channel every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 3:00 p.m..
Music lovers also get a special treat on the MYX Live! stage with exclusive performances from Juris (April 9) and Erik Santos (April 16). Tawag ng Tanghalan champion Janine Berdin also gave a thrilling #MYXLIVE performance last Thursday.
Check out the MYX Live! performances on All Music MYX channel on YouTube, an online playlist hub launched less than a year ago and now has almost 150K subscribers.
ABS-CBN Music’s newly launched “All Music: Artists At Home Sessions,” featuring Kapamilya artists performing songs from their homes, can be streamed live nightly at 8 pm on MYX Philippines’ Facebook page and YouTube channel.
Catch Celeb VJ Maine on Mellow MYX starting Sunday (April 5) until April 11 (Saturday), on Pop MYX from April 12 to 18, on Pinoy MYX from April 19 to 25, and on My MYX from April 26 to 30. Watch MYX on ABS-CBN TVplus channel 12, SKYcable channel 23, and SKYdirect channel 37.
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