What’s your favorite OPM song of the week? Vote below!
Welcome to the latest edition of Top 10 Weekly OPM Songs of U DO U! We’re back at presenting you the freshest original Filipino tracks!
To give you a little refresher, indie artist, Zephanie notched the first spot last week with her latest track ‘Pasensya Na,‘ followed by Color The Era with ‘Ikaw Pa Rin‘ and the feel-good track of Dom Guyot, ‘I Miss You’.
Now, let’s see who will claim the Top Spot for this week! Polls will be open until November 16, 2020 at 6 pm, and we’ll release the full run-down of our Top 10 Songs of the Week later that night! Watch out on Monday next week for the results!
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Here’s the official line up of the songs that made it on our Top 10 Weekly:
Di Ka Sayang by Ben&Ben
Introducing us to their new era, Ben&Ben returns with a fresh identity with their rockish track, ‘Di Ka Sayang‘ that delivers an empowering and encouraging message about self-acceptance.
Sana Ngayong Pasko by Silent Sanctuary
Silent Sanctuary is back with a nostalgic Christmas track, offering us their own rendition of Sana Ngayong Pasko, released under DITTO Music.
Ikaw Pa Rin by Color The Era
This track is an honest piece about heartbreak and offers comfort for everyone who’s experiencing the terrible pain of unrequited love.
Your Universe by Sarah Geronimo
Featured in Viva Records’ Rico Blanco Songbook, Popstar Royalty, Sarah Geronimo recently served her own rendition of ‘Your Universe’ under Viva Records.
Try Love Again by Julie Anne San Jose
Dive into the fresh track of Julie Anne San Jose that gets her listeners considering giving another shot at love.
Bago by Autotelic
Autotelic is back with a new track about letting go, accepting what’s over, and moving on.
Good Company by She’s Only Sixteen
Alternative rock band, She’s Only Sixteen just released a soothing and wistful track called ‘Good Company’.
Pasensya Na by Zephanie
Zephanie drops another melancholic track that pertains to unspoken love.
I Miss You by Dom Guyot
This track is written by a Cebuano R&B artist that is imbued with a painful message of how longing is too much to bear when you’re all alone.
Pansamantala by Lala Vinzon
Released under Island Records Philippines, soul-pop singer and songwriter Lala Vinzon bares her heart out in her newest single, ‘Pansamantala’.
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