An anthem for all of our brave frontliners and the ones who continually supporting them.
Despite the pandemic crisis that tested world, we can still see the power of solidarity among Filipinos’ hearts. To tell you, there’s an overwhelming respond for an initiative support like the slew of heartwarming fundraising to help our frontliners and such. Whether you are a heath worker, a military officer or grocery staff, we really appreciate the courage amidst the novel Covid-19.
In line with that, Musika Publiko produced song called ‘Magiting’ to dedicate it to those frontliners who risk their lives and limb in fighting the pandemic. They also want to give tribute for everyone who support these brave health workers through donations, volunteer performances, and coordinating music communities across the globe to participate in whatever way they can.
If you haven’t seen it yet, better give a listen and watch it below!
To tell you, producing the song during lockdown has challenged the musician artists due to restrictions to mobility, plus the social distancing. Nevertheless, Musika Publiko was successfully pulled out the song and able to maximized technology through innovative music production techniques. Aren’t they amazing?
Written by Jaime Hernandez and produced with a nationwide and global network of musicians, Magiting is purely a genuine masterpiece from instruments and also to strong voices that showcased in the song itself. This absolutely flaunts that one song can be masterfully hemmed through our folk instruments and natural voices.
To end this, Musika Publiko did really a great job in weaving this masterpiece and of course, in showcasing Filipinos raw and authentic talent in music. More so, Magiting deserves to be listened all over the country and beyond! So, let’s all spread this song and share it for our heroes who have risked their lives in times of pandemic crisis. Here’s our salute to all of those brave Frontliners out there!
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