Calling all Pinoy unsigned artists / independent bands

If you’re searching for a venue for your music to reach wider audience, then this is your chance.

Last January, an online buddy of mine launched an Original Pilipino Music site mainly to help independent / unsigned artists establish online presence.

OPMFree.com is a social network where Pinoy artists and fans can get together. Artists can upload their music and have full control. This means you choose if your music can be downloaded or only streamed. Users can create play lists and embed them on their Friendster, Multiply or Myspace page. Add other users as friends, add videos of your performances and soon to come – blogs!

My friend plans of reformatting the site, giving more information about the people behind OPM and serve as an advocate for the industry’s fight against piracy. For him to pursue this, he is still looking for interested parties who want to participate. Visit OPMFree.com and start uploading those original songs now!

Mabuhay ang Musikang Pilipino!

Online semi-break; Love Today and Relax of Mika

I wasn’t very active online for the past two weeks as my PC is down. I only checked emails and sites every other day in a computer shop for updates.

Remember the $100 I received from Aubrey? It almost went to the upgrading of my computer. Now I don’t know where to get budget for my business. For the meantime, here are two infectious and upbeat music from London-based rocker Mika to ease everything I’ve been feeling right now.

Love this Relax video. Very colorful and lively like the song.

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Noontime appetizers: Sex Bomb Girls, EB Babes and Luningning

Other than the cash prizes at stake, will you continue to patronize Wowowee and Eat Bulaga without seeing them around gyrating their flexible bodies?


Aside from Luningning, other members of ASF dancers are also beginning to be known. Like Milagring and Mariposa.

Click for the girls of Sex Bomb and EB Babes

Time to write 8 Random Things About Me

Is meme some kind of a chain letter that if not passed, will bring bad luck? lolz. I don’t know who started this but amma continue the curse haha… Blame Chuckie (one down).

1. I am fond of eating spicy foods, sea foods and veggies.
2. I no longer drink Coke, Pepsi or any similar beverage mainly for health reason.
3. I don’t put on shades and caps because I don’t find myself good-looking wearing it.
4. I’m addicted to Carbonara.
5. I’ve been to Ilocos Norte several times but never explore the beauty of the place. My family only visits the province whenever a relative died or someone is about to get married and for a summer vacation.
6. I seldom use perfume (don’t worry, I remain to smell good even without it). When I do, I like using Cool Water.
7. I once had a crush on Vina Morales during my childhood. I keep a picture of her in my wallet at that time.
8. My first dog’s name was Turbo (named him after my toy car).

Tagging Obet, Tere, and Limp.

First 100 dollar bill on hand

The last time I received a dollar was from my relatives in the States, when I’m still in elementary. I kept it in my long and bulky alkansiya (not the usual piggy bank) with Popeye designs in it then later spent it for my birthday or bought something I wanted. Me and my sisters don’t always get a high value dollar bill, just a separate pieces of $1.

Monday was Aubrey’s turn. It was so fast! We’re just talking about it last week on the phone. It’s suppose to be a loan for my business (which will be announced here as soon as everything is set) but she gave it to me instead as a price for being good (hehe that’s from my sister).


Not my actual 100 bucks!

My other first was converting the dollar to peso in a money changer. There are 3 in a public market near our house. I went back and forth in two money changers to make sure I won’t get fooled. I’m sure the lady noticed I’m a first timer when it comes to this. I bought a half gallon of Strawberry flavored Selecta ice cream as requested by my mother after swapping the money.

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