What’s your favorite song of the week? Vote below!
Welcome to the 2020 edition of Top 10 Weekly OPM Songs of U DO U! Today, we’re presenting you with a fresh set of original Filipino tracks. Make sure your favorite takes the number one spot by placing your vote in the poll!
Last week, Silent Santuary notched the Top spot in our ranking with their newest rendition of ‘Himala‘, followed by Inigo Pascual with his track of ‘Lost’ and Jarlo Base with his track ‘Sisa’.
Now, let’s see who will notch the Top Spot for this week! Polls will be open until August 10 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
Serving us their prowess in singing as well, SB19 offered a track that sounds like straight from a K-drama series etched with romantic lyricism and sweet melodies.
Himala by Silent Sanctuary
Another remake of a classic OPM song originally by Freestyle, Silent Sanctuary is taking a more modern rock take.
Lumipas ang Tag-Araw by Sponge Cola
A love song set in the time of COVID where the internet is undoubtedly a blessing to lovers and friends in lockdown plus induces summer vibes into post-summer jam.
Kung Saan ka Masaya by Yeng Constantino and Jungee Marcelo
Imbues with selfless love for someone, this relatable track is great collaboration from Yeng Constantino and Jungee Marcelo!
Big Black Suitcase by Jana Garcia
Offering us her country-jazz sound, Jana Garcia is back for releasing a melancholic track and definitely promotes women empowerment.
Sisa by Jarlo Base
Chill out to this latest release by local groove maker, Jarlo Base and jam along with his sultry voice.
Lost by Inigo Pascual
Lose yourself in the groove of this track by local popstar, Inigo Pascual.
Safe Place by Paradise Rising, Kiana V
Dive into the newest track of Kiana V released under Paradise Rising!
Architect of Dreams by Kremesoda
Sprinkled with dreamy tunes, this song flaunts the prowess of an indie band, Kremesoda.
Fuck You by Project Moonman
Brimming with angst, this newly-released track from Project Moonman flaunts the devastating pain from unrequited love.
Which is your favorite OPM song of the week?