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From the stars to beaches, sibling P-Pop groups BGYO and Bini release new singles. We catch up with Zack Tabudlo during “The Morning Tour”, and Juan Karlos gives us a holiday hit. We also dedicate this edition to Roslynn Alba Cobarrubias, a former Kapamilya played a part in bringing MYX to where it is today. Rest easy, Ros.

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1. MYX MUSIC: AND THE GRAMMY NOMINEES ARE.. - Pop sensation Olivia Rodrigo scored multiple nominations; Metal icons Metallica snagged 3 nominations; Fil-Am Derry Deboja also has 3 nominations.

2. MYX MUSIC: BELLA POARCH'S BAD BOY - Bella Poarch is back with her new song "Bad Boy".

3. MYX MUSIC: RUBY LAUNCHES BOLO MUSIC GROUP - Ruby Ibarra introduced the Record label, Bolo Music Group.

4. MYX MUSIC: ZACK TABUDLO PLAYS VICTIM - Zack Tabudlo's new album drops this week!

5. MYX MUSIC: FELIP MOVES CLOSER - Ken is back with his alter ego, Felip, with a cover of Never the Strangers' "Moving Closer".

The 36th Awit Awards went down on Thursday Nov. 9 and the one night ceremony celebrated the biggest names in Filipino talent. While the festivities definitely brought out the who’s who in the music industry, two acts dominated the competition by taking home multiple awards. 

OPM bands Dilaw and Ben&Ben were the stars of the 36th Awit Awards as both collectives took multiple home individual awards, while tying for an additional third award. Dilaw took home Song of the Year, Record of the Year, and Best Alternative Recording for its hit record “Uhaw (Tayong Lahat).” Ben&Ben took home Best Pop Recording and Music Video of the Year for “Paninindigan Kita.” They also split the award for Best Performance by a Group Artist.

You can check out the full list of The 36th Awit Awards below!

Album of the Year - "Don't Blame The Wild One!" by ena mori

Record of the Year -- "Uhaw (Tayong Lahat)" by Dilaw

Song of the Year -- "Uhaw (Tayong Lahat)" by Dilaw's Johnvie dela Rosa Villoria and Leonard Obero

Best Performance by a Female Recording Artist -- "Dati-dati" by Sarah Geronimo

Best Performance by a Male Recording Artist -- "Kalapati" by Jarlo Base

Best Performance by a Group Recording Artist -- "Paninindigan Kita" by Ben&Ben and "Uhaw (Tayong Lahat)" by Dilaw

Best Collaboration -- "3:15" by sydharta and kiyo and "Rosas" by Nica del Rosario and Gab Pangilinan

Best Performance by a New Female Recording Artist -- "Pira-piraso" by Mariane Osabel

Best Performance by a New Male Recording Artist -- "Julyo" by David La Sol

Best Performance by a New Group Recording Artist -- "Pasilyo" by Sunkissed Lola

Best Ballad Recording -- "Clueless" by Side A

Best Pop Recording -- "Paninindigan Kita" by Ben&Ben

Best Rock/Metal Recording -- "Heart Strength" by Faspitch

Best Alternative Recording -- "Uhaw (Tayong Lahat)" by Dilaw

Best World Music Recording -- "Matimtiman" by Munimuni

Best Traditional/Contemporary Folk Recording -- "Lovesick (Pagmahalasakit)" by Cesca

Best Dance/ Electronic Recording -- WYAT (Where You At?) by SB19

Best Rap/Hiphop Recording -- "Mahal Kong Pilipinas" by J Mara

Best Jazz Recording -- "Just Because" by Debonair District and Lara Maigue

Best R&B Recording -- "Maharani" by Alamat

Best Regional Recording -- "Padaba Taka" by dwta

Best Christmas Recording -- "Pasko Sa Atin" by Debonair District

Best Original Soundtrack Recording -- "Kumpas" by Moira dela Torre from series "2 Good To Be True"

Best Novelty Recording -- "Kabet Pala Ako" by Eugene Layug

Best Inspirational Recording -- "Obra" by Keiko Necesario

Best Instrumental Recording -- "Sandalan" by 6cyclemind amd EJ Pichay

Best Global Collaboration Recording -- "I Feel Good" by Arthur Miguel and Pink Sweats 

Best Recording by Child or for Children -- "Kalinislinisan" by Young Voices of the Philippines

Best Engineered Recording -- "Kaya" by Jay Ehidio, The Sound House, and XERXESBAKKER

Best Musical Arrangement -- "Unan" by Leanne and Naara 

Best Vocal Arrangement -- "Chara-Chara" by Ronnel Allen Laderas and J.C. Paez Jose

Best Remix Recording -- "Amakabogera Remix" by Roque "Rox" Santos 

Best Cover Art -- Locked Down Since 2002 Volume One by Raizel Go (Raise Hell)

Music Video of the Year -- "Paninindigan Kita" by Sony Music Philippines, Ben&Ben Music Production and Elesi Studios

People's Voice Favorite Song -- "Tumitigil Ang Mundo" by BGYO

People's Voice Breakthrough Artist -- Hey June

People's Voice Favorite Group Artist -- LILY

People's Voice Favorite Male Artist -- Anton Paras

People's Voice Favorite Female Artist -- Sarah Geronimo

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1. MYX MUSIC: DENISE JULIA & P-LO LIKE IT BAD - R&B sensation Denise Julia has released her new upbeat banger, "B.A.D." featuring P-Lo.

2. MYX CULTURE: BGYO, BINI MEMBERS STAGE TABING ILOG - BGYO's JL and Akira, and BINI's Jhoanna are set to perform in Tabing Ilog: The Musical.

3. MYX COMMUNITY: FIL-AM CREATIVE FILM FESTIVAL - Fil-Am Creative held its inaugural Filipino Film Festival this past weekend with TFC and MYX as the proud media sponsors.

is back with a new song, "Can't Catch Me Now" which was written exclusively for The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes movie.

5. MYX ENTERTAINMENT: PINOY VOICES POWER BLUE EYE SAMURAI - The new animated Netflix series, Blue Eye Samurai features global Filipino talents.

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Lukas Graham joins Juan Karlos for a special performance of “Ere”, Zack Tabudlo drops 2 new track, and Bianca Bustamante joins McLaren Racing.

Bianca Bustamante considers to make history (or HERstory) and the Filipina racer just celebrated another groundbreaking accomplishment. Last week, the 18-year-old athlete announced that she is the first ever female racer to join the McLaren Driver Development Program. The England-based team sees potential in Bustamante and is confident they can help her reach her F1 dreams.

Bustamante shared her feelings on the revelation in a press statement: “This is such an unreal moment in my career, to sign with McLaren and ART Grand Prix is way beyond anything I could’ve ever imagined growing up racing karts in the Philippines. I still have a hard time seeing my name next to McLaren without getting emotional, as the history and heritage linked to this team leaves me truly speechless.”

The McLaren Driver Development Program has ties with 20% of Formula 1 racers, including giving a similar opportunity to stars Lewis Hamilton and Lando Norris at the start of their careers. Good luck and congratulations to Bianca Bustamente!

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1. MYX MUSIC: FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION: SB19 - P-pop group SB19 is one step closer to Grammy gold!

2. MYX MUSIC: DENȲ NEW ALBUM - Modern-Filipino R&B artist DENȲ dropped her new album, "LOVES7AGE".

3. MYX MUSIC: JAMES HITS JACUZZI - James Reid drops a new song with former iKon frontman B.I.

4. MYX SPORTS: BALLER ALERT: CALEB SANCHEZ - Caleb Sanchez of reigning National High School Football champion, St. John Bosco High School, just reclaimed the top spot!

5. MYX LIFESTYLE: FORBES FASHION MAKERS - Filipino-American stars Bretman Rock, Bella Poarch, and Patrick Starrr were named among the top fashion-savvy creators who shaped global tastes and trends in art, style, and luxury goods!

Moira dela Torre is the voice behind the theme song of Kapamilya series "Can't Buy Me Love" which stars DonBelle (Donny Pangilinan and Belle Mariano.) The famed singer released her own rendition of "You'll Be Safe Here," an OPM classic originally performed by Rivermaya and composed by Rico Blanco.

“Can’t Buy Me Love” premiered on Netflix on October 13 and is also available on free TV and pay TV: on Kapamilya Channel, Kapamilya Online Live, Jeepney TV, TFC, A2Z, and TV5. The series marks the return of DonBelle after the love team recently starred in rom-com film “An Inconvenient Love.”

Watch the trailer for "Can't Buy Me Love" and check out Moira's cover of "You'll Be Safe Here" below!

Juan Karlos recently made OPM history. The singer/actor recently dropped his “Sad Songs and Bullsh*t Part 1” album and there is a clear-cut favorite for the biggest hit off the project. “Ere” has been going viral all over the Philippines and its popularity has made the track break various Spotify records for Filipino artists.

Originally, “Ere” debuted at 177th on the Spotify Global Charts on Sunday Oct. 8 with 1.22M streams before cracking the top 100 at #87 later thanks to earning 1.45M streams. The break-up inspired banger also broke a Spotify Philippines record for more streams in a day that was originally held by Taylor Swift.  

“Sad Songs and Bullsh*t Part 1” is inspired by Juan Karlos dealing with a break-up and the album is full of songs similar to “Ere” that will have you in your feels. You can listen to "Ere" below!

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1. MYX MUSIC: DENISE JULIA, P-LO TEASE B.A.D COLAB - Denise Julia is giving us a sneak peek at her upcoming debut single, B.A.D. featuring P-Lo.

2. MYX ENTERTAINMENT: SOPHIA ADVANCES ON DEBUT DREAM ACADEMY - Sophia Laforteza is leading the pack on the second mission of the talent competition series, "The Debut: Dream Academy".

3. MYX ENTERTAINMENT: HAPPY ANNIVERSAY SB19 - P-pop group SB19 celebrates their 5th anniversary.

4. MYX COMMUNITY: BRETMAN ROCK X WANDERLUST - Bretman Rock is collaborating with Wanderlust Creamery on an all-new flavor, "Fruity Salad".

5. MYX ENTERTAINMENT: 1MXSYD DONE, "ON" TO THE NEXT FESTIVAL - 1MX Sydney done, more live music coming up with ON Music Festival on November 6 at the Mall of Asia Arena.

Two different Filipino singers from different parts of the world competed on The Voice and experienced the same show-stopping result of all judges turning for them during blind auditions! Meet Joy Esquivias of The Voice Germany and Kaylee Shimizu of The Voice (USA).

Esquivias, a 25-year-old singer who traces her roots originally to the Philippines before moving to Germany, impressed the judges and live audience with her performance of Clean Bandit's and Zara Larsson's "Symphony." Watch her rendition below.

Shimizu, who is a Filipino-American singer from Hawaii, also shut down her blind audition at The Voice. She performed a rendition of The Beatles - “Golden Slumbers” by The Beatles. The teenage singer credits her upbringing as a source of her musical beginnings: "I grew up singing karaoke... Filipino family. So I've been singing for my whole life." Watch her cover below!

The Philippines took home four gold, two silver and 12 bronze medals at the 19th Asian Games in China — earning the country 17th place in the medal count for the competition.

Men's pole vaulter Ernest John Obiena, Margarita "Meggie" Ochoa and Annie Ramirez of Brazilian Jiu-jitsu and the men's national basketball team snagged prestigious first place medals. Wushu fighter Arnel Andal and boxer Eumir Marcial proudly fought for two silvers. The country's bronze medal winners are: wushu artists, Jones Inso, Clemente Tabugara Jr. and Gideon Padua; tennis players Alex Eala, and Francis Alcantara; the Philippine sepak takraw team; cyclist Patrick Coo; Brazilian Jiu-jitsu fighter Jenna Napolis; karate’s Sakura Alforte; taekwondo’s Patrick Perez; and weightlifting’s Elreen Ando.

“The 19th Asian Games have been an incredible display of talent and determination from our Filipino athletes. Our 4 gold, 2 silver and 12 bronze medals, partnered with the tremendous commitment of each athlete in their respective sports, have made our nation proud,” stated Philippine Sports Commission chair Richard Bachmann.

Congratulations to the Filipino athletes!

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