The P-pop group, ALAMAT is back with a new music video for the track, “Maharani” off their EP, Pasulong. The word maharani translating to “queen,” the song was produced and written by singer-songwriter, Thyro Alfaro. The group look to combine genres and Filipino sounds into a cohesive tune.
Fusing neo-soul with traditional southern Philippine music, it infuses a R&B and trap vibe using instruments like kanun, gamelan, gangsa, and byeon. The meaning behind the song looks to take a spin on modern romance, “contemporary musical masterpiece that blurs the line between archaic and current.”
The video video taps BINI member, Jhoanna and Viva Records’ Migo Valid for special appearances and leading ladies. Catch the members of ALAMAT show us how a queen should be treated.
Cover Photo Credit: ALAMAT Instagram