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Welcome to the latest edition of Top 10 Weekly OPM Songs of U DO U! Today, we’re presenting you with the same list of original Filipino tracks from our last line up. Don’t forget to see first our enhanced mechanics and whether it’s not your first time to vote, we are encouraging everyone to log in first before they cast their votes.

To give you a little refresher, SB19 notched the Top spot in our ranking with their newest rendition of ‘Hanggang Sa Huli‘, followed by Jana Garcia with her track of ‘Big Black Suitcase‘ and Silent Sanctuary with their newest rendition of ‘Himala’.

Now, let’s see who will claim the Top Spot for this week! Polls will be open until September 7 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!

Here’s the official line up of the songs that made it on our Top 10 Weekly:

Hanggang sa Huli by SB19

Built upon each member’s singing prowess, SB19 offers a track that sounds like straight from a K-drama series with its romantic lyricism and sweet melodies.

Himala by Silent Sanctuary

Originally performed by Rivermaya, Silent Sanctuary brings a modern rock take on this OPM classic.

‘Wag by Issa Rodriguez

This feisty, self-empowerment track encourages its listeners to rise above the rest by being a responsible citizen in the increasingly chaotic world of the internet.

Pag-ibig by Noel Cabangon and Aikee Wika

Another timely track that reminds us that love is still the most important thing even in the midst of chaos and uncertainty. 

Big Black Suitcase by Jana Garcia

Women empowerment is the outcry of this intense, country-jazz offering by Jana Garcia.


Plunder My Heart by Ely Buendia and Cheats

Ely Buendia’s second collaboration project with indie band Cheats has resulted in this chill, nostalgic piece perfect for the rainy days.

Expect by Jess Connelly

Immerse yourself in the latest chill track by Jess Connelly that talks about the confusion and headaches generally associated with love.

Kaori by Fern. , Paradise Rising

Dive into the newest track of Fern released under Paradise Rising!

Broken by Michael Pacquiao

Fresh from the hype surrounding of his single, ‘Hate,’ Michael Pacquiao offers another slick piece of music that continues to bring him out of his father’s shadow.

agaw-dilim by Zild

One of the standouts tracks off zild’s debut album as a soloist, agaw-dilim is a peaceful-sounding, metaphor-rich contemplation of life’s inevitable end.


Which is your favorite OPM song of the week?

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.

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