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Arnel Pineda rocks ‘Cardo Dalisay’

FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano has released a recompilation soundtrack that features its new theme song by rock artist Arnel Pineda.  

Arnel Pineda rocks ‘Cardo Dalisay’
Rock artist Arnel Pineda has lent his voice for the rock song ‘Cardo Dalisay,’ which serves as anthem for the heroic character of Coco Martin in ‘Ang Probinsyano.’
Arnel has lent his voice for the rock song “Cardo Dalisay” composed by cast member Bassilyo, which serves as a fitting anthem for the heroic character played by Coco Martin.

The inspirational track “Ililigtas Ka Niya” meanwhile gets a fresh take by internationally-acclaimed Filipino acapella group Pinopela. The religious song which serves as the group’s first single offers assurance through God’s deliverance and was originally sung by Gary Valenciano.

Also part of the recompilation album is Task Force Agila’s theme song “Dagit Ng Agila,” sung by Coco featuring the song’s composer and producer Bassilyo who teamed up with fellow rapper and cast member Smugglaz in performing the song.

“Nandyan Na Si Cardo,” which serves as the opening song of the action-drama series since 2018, is also part of the latest soundtrack. The pop rock song which highlights Cardo’s boldness and bravery was composed, produced, and performed by Randy Santiago.

The rap song written, produced, and performed by Bassilyo titled “Vendetta,” which was inspired by the vigilante group of the same which Cardo had been a part of, is also included in the new compilation.

The series’ latest album also includes well-loved tunes from the show’s 2016 original soundtrack “FPJ's Ang Probinsyano (Music from the Original TV Series).”

Some of the songs from the aforementioned initial album include Gary Valenciano’s “’Wag Ka Nang Umiyak,” Gloc 9 and Ebe Dancel’s “Ang Probinsyano,” and Coco’s “Ako Si Superman.”

Topics: ​FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano , Arnel Pineda , “Cardo Dalisay” , Bassilyo , Coco Martin
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