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Nik Makino and Flow G dropped one of the best Filipino rap collaborations in recent history in "Moon" and now the duo is back with a new joint release! The Tagalog rappers join forces on "We Made It," an inspiring banger that will definitely inspire listeners to hustle and strive for greatness. On the track, rappers take turns spitting hard-hitting punchlines and rapid fire flows over an infectious instrumental. The hit song also comes with a music video that is giving futuristic vibes while showcasing Manila cityscapes. Watch the "We Made It" music video below!

Al James and Flow G are two of the biggest artists in the Philippines and now we finally have a collaboration from the megastars. "Atin-Atin Lang" is a mellow and catchy repeat-worthy banger that can be added to all of your playlists. The song isn't what you would expect sonically from the both, but the track is a pleasant feel-good surprise for listeners. In addition to the good vibes anthem, the new single comes equipped with an accompanying feel good music video directed by Y.Stacey & Naki.

Currently, Al James and Flow G's "Atin-Atin Lang" is the #1 trending song on YouTube in the Philippines. Find out what all the hype is about by watching the music video below!

Flow G is one of the biggest rappers in the Philippines. Not only does the rapper make catchy bangers that go viral, but his hit songs often carry a message for fellow Filipinos looking to follow his inspiring nothing to something story. The Panty Droppaz League artist’s new song “High Score” is no different.

On “High Score,” Flow G prompts his listeners to work hard to become an icon. In the music video, the storyline follows a basketball theme paying homage to the Michael Jordan reference in the chorus. The music video also features popular PBA player Jericho Cruz. Watch Flow G’s “High Score” music video below!

Shanti Dope and Flow G are two hip-hop powerhouses from the Philippines. The rappers each normally release songs that rake in millions of streams, so it’s no surprise that their new collaboration is going viral in the Philippines on YouTube.

“Kamusta,” which translates to “How are you?” in Tagalog is a powerful song that addresses depression and the importance of being there for your friends and family who may be fighting their own demons. The controversial music video tackles depression, anxiety, filming scandals without consent, and much more.

At the end of the music video, a dedication message reads: “This is dedicated for the loved ones we lost and those who continue to battle for their mental health. There's someone who is always willing to listen,” before sharing contact numbers for the National Center of Mental Health.

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