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 with a fresh set of tracks that might take the number one spot by placing your vote in the poll!
For the third time, Inigo Pascual notched the Top spot in our ranking with his track ‘Balang Araw‘ and remained on our charts for four weeks. Followed by 9 Scoops of Vanilla with their track ‘Tayong Dalawa’ and Parokya ni Edgar with their track ‘Muli’.
Now, let’s see who will notch the Top Spot for this week! Polls will be open until July 13 at 6pm and will release the full run-down of our Top 10 Songs of the Week later that night! 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:
Muli by Parokya Ni Edgar
Missing such cheesy-romantic songs from the band who brought us ‘Your Song‘ and ‘Gitara‘? Dive into their latest track now! Bet that you’ll be LSS again with their track!
Spilt Milk by Ylona Garcia
Check out this head-boppy track etched with Ylona’s sultry voice and cherry melodies patterned with sharp verses.
Right Next To You by Keiko Necesario
Serving us her newest sound, Keiko’s new track will definitely make you ‘LSS’ with her latest love song!
Waves by Carousel Casualties
Delivering feel-good beats and guitar strums, this track is really ideal for road trips and chillin nights!
Orange by Angelito
Sprinkled with feel-good beats, this track is one of the latest releases from O/C Records with the angelic voice by Angelito.
Nakikinig ka ba Sa akin By Ben&Ben
This track comes with a very timely message: in a world where we’re provided such a wide-open platform to express our thoughts and opinions, let’s try to be a little more understanding, be a little more respectful of our differences.
Ligaya by We Got
A reggae rendition of The Eraserheads’ inescapable hit etched with a fuller vibe, brighter elements and a tropical makeover from We Got!
Tayong Dalawa by 9 Scoops of Vanilla
This upbeat track shows that there may be distance during this pandemic, but you can definitely send your love through this beautiful piece.
Di Namalayan by Benedict Cua
Another track to dive in is Benedict Chua’s latest release with those cherry melodies and feel that ‘Kilig’ feeling with its sweet message.
Kaibigan (Sa Muling Pagkikita) by Clayson
Etched with melancholic lyricism, this latest track from Clayson flaunts the painful yearning for a special friend.
Which is your favorite OPM song of the week?