12 praise song maglalaban-laban sa ASOP 8; Brenan Espartinez, Gerald Santos, Radha napiling interpreter

By Bandera November 08,2019
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12 praise song maglalaban-laban sa ASOP 8; Brenan Espartinez, Gerald Santos, Radha napiling interpreter

By Bandera November 08,2019
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MAGLALABAN-LABAN ang 12 inspirational at praise music para sa much-coveted “Song of the Year” award ng 8th ASOP Music Festival.

Makalipas ang 12 buwan ng paghahanap ng pinakamahuhusay na komposisyon mula sa iba’t ibang bahagi ng bansa, magaganap na ang pinakaaabangang ASOP 8 finals night sa Nov. 10, Sunday, 7 p.m. na gaganapin sa New Frontier Theater in Araneta City, Cubao, Quezon City.

Ang tatanghaling Song of the Year ay mananalo ng P800,000.00 (tax free) cash prize as announced by Breakthrough and Milestones Productions International, Inc. (BMPI) President and Chief Executive Officer Daniel Razon in last year’s finals night.

Cash prizes of P50,000.00 each are up for grab for two special awards – ang “Best Interpreter” at “People’s Choice”; atP200,000 for “Bro. Eli Soriano’s (BES) Choice” award.

“A Song of Praise (ASOP) Music Festival has been providing outlet and platform for aspiring and professional songwriters to achieve their passion of praising God through music for 8 years now. It also serves as vehicle for numbers of praise music enthusiasts to honor the Almighty through their musical vernacular,” ayon kay Daniel Razon.

Dagdag pa niya, “Since its kickoff last 2011, praise songs have developed for the last 8 years with its growing popularity and changing style of genres that suit the taste of the millennials through this weekly songwriting contest of UNTV.”

Nitong nakaraang Martes, ipinakilala sa entertainment press ang mga masuswerteng composer na pumasok sa Magic 12 kasama ang kanilang mga respective interpreters.

Pasok sa finals night ang November winner na si Jhoter Jone Villan with his song “Oh Ama” (interpreter: Chacha Cañete); December winner Maddonna Rosas at Pau Ortiz, composer of “Alay Ko” (interpreter: Brenan Espartinez); January winner Vanduane Badua for “Ikaw Ay Ikaw” (interpreter: Radha); February winner Cherry Labating for her song “Don’t Give Up” (interpreter: Jiky Vidal); March winner Darrell Joseph Villanueva for “Dios Ng Katotohanan” (interpreter: Nina Espinosa).

Nakasama rin sa Magic 12 ang April winner na si Chris Givenchi Edejer para sa kantang “Pupurihin Kita” (interpreter: Gerald Santos); May winner Carlo David for “Di Mabilang Na Tala” (interpreter: Gidget dela Llana); June winner Franz Loren Bigcas para sa “You Are Wonderful” (interpreter: Mark Laygo); July winner Lambert Reyes, Jr. and Roman Cundangan for “God Has His Purpose” (interpreter: Ethan Loukas); August winner Aiza Narag for “Sagwan” (interpreter: Louie Anne Culala); September winner Shaun Billones for “Ako Ay Tunay Na Magtatagumpay” (interpreter: Kim Baluzo); October winner Rinz Ruiz para sa “Tahan Na” (interpreter: Vanz).

ASOP Music Festival is hosted by Richard Reynoso and Toni Rose Gayda and airs every Sunday 7 p.m. at UNTV, your Public Service Channel.

For more information about ASOP Music Festival, visit its official website at https://www.asoptv.com. You can follow ASOP on Facebook via facebook.com/asop.untv and Twitter at twitter.com/asoptv.

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