What’s your favorite song for this week? Vote below!
Welcome to the 2020 edition of Top 10 Weekly OPM Songs of U DO U! Today, we’re presenting you a fresh set of tracks that might take the number one spot by placing your vote in the poll!
In case you don’t know yet, Sayaw by Miles Bondoc garnered the most votes from our previous setlist. Now, let’s wait and see if they will remain or will be replaced by another song and artist! Know that our current Top 3 will still remain on the list and it includes Steps by Garage Morning and Ambrosia by Kiana Valenciano.
Polls will be open until May 25 and we will release the full run-down of our Top 10 Songs of the Week on May 26! So, watch out on Monday next week for the results!
Here’s the official line up of the songs that made it on our Top 10 Weekly:
Art Of Living by Saving Sunday
A lofi rock and bedroom-pop track with metaphorical sense of choosing to live our lives like a masterpiece.
Sayaw by Miles Bontoc
With romantic nostalgic lyricism, Sayaw is one of the songs that we could listen while reminiscing the ‘getting to know each other’ stage in a relationship.
Pagsuko by ALLMO$T
A mellow chill beat song that conveys about questions of letting go.
The One with the Snowflake by I Belong To the Zoo
This genuine romantic track gives us the nostalgic phrases and feeling from our favorite series, ‘Friends’.
Candle Lights by Blind Stereo Moon
A perfect song for your dream date or let’s say, whenever you’re just ‘daydreaming with your crush.
Ambrosia by Kiana Valenciano, SATICA ans AObeats
A song that encourages women to embrace feminity and finding power in vulnerability.
Steps by Garage Morning
Kicked off with cherry melodies, the track tackles the imaginary blissful moment that one can always think of when there’s a distance between their loved ones.
The Great Alone by Project Moonman
A perfect chill yet painful song about moving from a toxic relationship.
Bigo by Gloc-9
From the iconic hip hop star Gloc-9, Bigo flaunts the timely scenario of our society during pandemic crisis.
Are We by Tomcat
Carrying feel-good beats, this song conveys about the melancholic perspective of assumption.
Which is your favorite OPM song of the week?