What’s your favorite 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 same setlist of fresh Original Filipino tracks from last week.
To give you a little refresher, Zephanie completed the spot on our upcoming All-Time Winner Edition. Yay! So, since our Top 5 winners are already complete, all the entries starting today will now battle it out for 2021’s Top 10 Songs: All-Time Winner Edition!
Now, let’s see who will claim the Top Spot for this week! Know that Maris Racal’s ‘Not For Me‘ and Ally Remulla’s ‘Isla’ will be staying on the list. Polls will be open until October 19, 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:
Not For Me by Maris Racal
This track is truly an unfiltered track that reflects the reality of being no longer afraid of possibilities and offers a message that it’s okay to accept the things that weren’t meant for us.
See You by Keiko Necesario
Kicked-off with cherry melodies, this track flaunts the prowess of Keiko Necesario in songwriting as well as her stunning vocals.
Isla by Aly Remulla
Sprinkled with cherry melodies and the heavenly voice of Aly, ‘Isla’ is about courageous love and yearning for special someone.
Araw’t Gabi by Clara Benin
This latest track of Clara Benin is another romantic and soulful song sure to have you waltzing with your special someone.
Keeping Me up by Leanne and Naara
Serving us their upbeat and a rad head-boppy track, Leanne and Naara are back with groovy tunes that will surely make us feel those ‘kilig’ and hype vibes.
Hiwaga by Syd Hartha
Made up of jazzy vibes etched with her sharp bars, Syd wrote “hiwaga” as a reminder to anyone dealing with personal struggles that no matter who you are and what you might be going through, you can still be part of a better shift.
Can’t Wait to Say I Do by Kz Tandingan and TJ Monterde
Sprinkled with Retro feels, the latest track from the newly-wed totally offers us the blissful and exciting feeling of tying the knot.
Wag Mong Aminin by Ebe Dancel
This wistful alternative-pop ballad is the latest rendition of a Rico Blanco iconic track about the pains of watching your lover falling out of love.
Kapalaran by Bea Lorenzo
This track about love and confusion is the first Tagalog single of Bea Lorenzo.
All The Way by Hannah Pangilinan and Rico Blanco
This track is the debut single of Hannah Pangilinan that tackles loving someone to the fullest extent.
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