uDOu is back this brand-spanking-new year with another set of fresh OPM tunes. Vote for your favorite below!
What’s up! Welcome to the 2021 edition of Top 10 OPM Songs of U DO U! Last week, we saw Meg Zurbito bop to the top of the ranks from the 2nd to the 1st spot! Right behind her is another femme rookie, Alyssa with her song Huli and Sponge Cola’s Siguro Nga maintaining the 3rd seat!
Today, we’re presenting you with a fresh set of original Filipino tracks that greeted us cruisin’ through the airwaves this new year. Make sure your favorite takes the number one spot by placing your vote in the poll!
Watch out for the winners on this week’s polls! Polls will be open until February 16 at 8 pm, and we’ll release the full run-down of our Top 10 Songs of the Week later the following night on February 3 at 7 pm! This year’s polls will officially run every other wednesday through to the next.
Here’s the official line up of the songs that made it on our OPM Top 10 Weekly:
Pakiusap by Meg Zurbito
Meg Zurbito continues to shed all doubts and prove her musical prowess rising to the top from the second spot with her thoughtful hit, Pakiusap! Will she be able to maintain the top spot for 2 more weeks and seal her spot on this year’s All-Time Winner hall of fame?
Huli by Alyssa
O/C Records’ recently debuted artist, Alyssa, explodes of potential in her debut waltz track ‘Huli.’ Finishing strong at second place last week, this artful piece boasts of Alyssa’s unique artistic expression. Tune in now!
Siguro Nga by Spongecola
One of the Philippines’ premiere OPM bands are back on the list just a few months after their hit song Lumipas Ang Tag-Araw. While we thoroughly enjoyed their Bahay Beats version of Lumipas ang Tag-Araw, OPM household name, Sponge Cola’s Siguro Nga shapes up to be a steady chart-topper.
Soda by James Reid, Careless
Soda comes as something of a surprise for James Reid. After producing mostly r&b tracks the past years since his debut with music collective and entertainment company, CARELESS, this funky almost late 80s electro-pop funk chill house is certainly a pleasant surprise from the artist.
Call Me Yours by Jemay Santiago
The now-Thailand-based Filipina R&B songstress, Jemay Santiago, definitely wowed her home country with impressively haunting falsettos paired with chill afternoon/midnight beats which perfectly encapsulates the sexuality exuding her tracks.
Still You by Kyle Juliano
A relative newbie in the acoustic pop scene but can absolutely hold a candle to all veteran sessionistas, Kyle Juliano’s Still You is destined to top charts as a legendary heartbreak hymn.
Itsy Bitsy by Lyn Lapid
Lyn Lapid, better known for her stellar viral TikTok upload, Producer Man, bagged herself a life-changing recording deal, afterwhich, Itsy Bitsy was released. Another story-telling track which inevitably sets the tone for the unique fil-am singer’s songwriting.
Demi God by 1096Gang feat. Guddhist
The group which recently went viral for their track “Pyjama Party”, dropped another fire track Demi God, once again utilizing the nostalgic hi-hat based backing beat to which they “freestyle rap” to. Astig pa rin.
Hindi pa huli and lahat by Gerald Santos
Gerald Santos is a local balladeer, a seemingly lost art in our generation. Santos is gearing up to change hearts about ballad music with his track Hindi Pa Huli Ang Lahat setting sights to top charts everywhere.
Fire OG by Mike Swift feat Al James
Mr.Pinoy Hoops aka Mike Swift proves once again that he’s not only about that basketball but about hiphop music, as well, and the entire street culture. With his track Fire OG featuring Al James, the duo of OGs certainly proved their musical prowess dropping this absolutely fire number.
Place your vote in the poll below! Watch out on Monday next week on our Facebook , Twitter @udouph, and Instagram @udoublog which of these amazing songs makes it to the top spot.
What’s your personal favorite OPM track from our first batch of polls this 2021?
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