Sunday, February 23, 2014

New Old Music

Sex Bomb Girls - Spaghetti Song

When I was in high school, there was this girl I talked to via MSN Messenger (that long ago!) I never met her, but I there was one thing that I do remember from her: this song. Don't remember what we were talking about, but I must say this was quite the highlight. She described them as the Philippines' version of the Spice Girls, and this particular song had a dance. I tried to find the video, but I never did. So I am assuming the video clip above shows the actual dance... probably not going to try it. I have no idea what's going on in the song, but I love it for its cheekiness. Better quality of the song here.

Sunday, February 16, 2014

New Old Music

Sandara Park - Ang Ganda Ko

What amazes me about Sandara Park is the fact I didn't know she is Korean for the longest time. Before being part of 2NE1, she was a star in the Philippines. She act, she sang, she pretty much did what every Filipino star does these days. From the film D'Lucky Ones, I was obsessed with the song mainly for the line about feeling her long hair d": Compared to her recent works, this may be the worst song she ever made. That being said, I do hope she makes more Tagalog songs, because her Tagalog is amazing - that may be why I wouldn't have guessed she is Korean. Congrats on her success!

Sunday, February 9, 2014

New Old Music

Yeng Constantino - Chinito

What a cute song that basically describes me... I mean, I am one d": The term "Chinito" means Chinese boy, and though I may not fully understand the song, it's about how much she likes him, and it so happens to be a Chinese boy. The song is cute, it's borderline cheesy, but the video makes it up. I love the simplicity of the whole idea, and it's no wonder why they used it as the theme for the film Bride For Rent. Basically, this song sums up my life: A Chinese Filipino who loves cheesy romance. What can I say, I love them love stories ^^

Sunday, February 2, 2014

New Old Music

Fruitcake - Whoops Kirri

If you watch enough TFC (The Filipino Channel), then you would know the theme song for the film Girl Boy Bakla Tomboy. What I didn't know was how old the song was, and that it was re-made for the movie. Originally released in 1998, the song was slower, and more comical (if that makes any sense considering its construction). And what makes me interested is how the song is all in English... Don't you know, Filipinos learn both Tagalog and English at the same time! They are intelligent people who love entertainment. This song shows how fun-spirited they can be. Oh, the 90s!