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!
Last week, Denice Lao notched the Top spot in our ranking with her track ‘Breathe’ and remained on our charts for three weeks. With that being said, she’s now officially included in our U DO U’s Weekly Top OPM Artists together with Garage Band. So, for our latest setlist only Inigo Pascual and 9 Scoops of Vanilla will remain on the list.
Let’s wait and see who will remain on top. Polls will be open until June 22 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:
Daylight by Markus
Kicked-off with his soulful voice, this new track from Markus Paterson will definitely calm our worrying hearts.
Balang Araw by Inigo Pascual
This track imbues a heart of man that explores the wistful relationship etched with its head-boppy beats.
Something to Say by Gian Delos Reyes
This track underpins that groovy enticing tunes in confessing one’s genuine feelings.
Blankong Imahe by Jose Carlito
Delivering scathing critiques about the truth we cannot see behind those facade, this latest release of Jose Carlito is absolutely a rock and roll, heady boppy track.
Sa Huling Pagkikita By Agsunta
Agsunta returns with a newly-released track etched with melancholic lyricism yet embraces that freeing feeling of moving forward.
Michael Jordan Era by Karencitta
Bringing us back the famed 90s Chicago Bulls team—Michael Jordan, this latest track from Karencitta is definitely filled with hard-hitting verses and hiphop beats.
Weed by Miguel Odron
A relatable track that flaunts fear of rejection and the saddening feeling of not being good enough.
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.
Alaala by Acel
Acel returns with this track that gives us that melancholic vibes of unrequited relationship.
Araw at Gabi by Insanara
‘Araw at Gabi‘ flaunts those kilig feelings we cannot hide when we’re really head over heels about someone but sadly, it’s is not openly reciprocated.
Which is your favorite OPM song of the week?