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Mga Awit Para Sa Tunay Na Pagbabago: Ignited by Passion, Inspired by Change

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For the first time, re-experience the dramatic and emotional journey of Mayor Rodrigo Duterte through the songs that perfectly encapsulate his messages of hope and change throughout the campaign period.

Produced by Barney Borja and co produced by Atty. John Paul Amores` “MGA AWIT PARA SA TUNAY NA PAGBABAGO,”brings together several OPM icons as well as upcoming new songwriters and artists.

The album launch was held on July 11, 2016 at the Ka Freddie’s Bar and Restaurant in Tomas Morato Quezon City and was attended by Freddie Aguilar, producer Barney Borja, composers LJ Manzano and Ian Sison and Atty. John Paul Amores Chairman of the KaUsaban Foundation.

The album includes 9 original compositions all equally capturing the message of President Duterte’s message of change and hope. In keeping with the theme of change, proceed from the sales of the album will be used to help fund rehabilitation services for drug dependent youths in line with the new administration’s war on drugs.

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With Ka Freddie Aguilar at the album launch

Heading the list of featured OPM artists is Freddie Aguilar, who is best known for his international hit song “Anak,” which even President Duterte admits was one of the songs that inspired during his youth to change for the better. Aguilar was the first artist to sign up for the project.

To capture Duterte’s brand of leadership and the Filipinos deep longing for change, The King of Pinoy Folk Songs, rewrote the lyrics of his iconic song “Ipaglalaban Ko” into “Duterte Para Sa Tunay Na Pagbabago.”

The ensemble effort “Duterte Ang Simula” meanwhile was written by LJ Manzano and Joan Da and is performed by a group of talented OPM artists led by Wency Cornejo. Other singers included are LJ Manzano, Joan Da, Winner Asidor, Bryan Webster Figueras, Enzo Villegas, Boboi Gracela, Milcah Asidor, Jason Rueras Balibay, Glynis Gozo, Johnson Rey Oclarit, Daybreak Band Gauss Obenza Mackie Dojo Endy, Asidor Monica Flores Balibay, Joel Lenaming

Rock meets RnB when South Border front man Jay Durias collaborates with Ian Sison for the song “Pagbabago” that describes President Duterte is the true mark of change.

Cesar Montano strums his guitars to his melodic composition “Tunay Na Pagbabago” with music by
Dominic Benedicto, and Rap Lyrics by Jeff Tam.

Equally controversial as they are talented, Mocha Uson and the Mocha Girls rap their way through the powerful lyrics written by Maverick Guzon in another piece with the same title “Tunay Na Pagbabago”

Also included in the album are “(Duterte’s Theme) Tapang Ang Solusyon” written by Barney Borja and Prudence Salutillo Performed by Thor Dulay & Abigail Blanco; “Bandila Ng Pag-Asa,” performed by Bev Ilagan with Words and Music done by Dindo T. Ilagan and Joey S. Benin; “Ang Himagsik” written and performed by Jeremy & Jason Sarmiento; and the Davao Events Suppliers Musicians contribution to the album “Duterte Ta” written by Jeremy Sarmiento.

Rounding up the list of songs is the paradoxical piece entitled ‘Wag Nyong Boto Si Duterte” created by Jay Vincent De Guzman and performed by Hambog ng Sagpro.

The album, Barney Borja said already has the blessings of President Duterte.

MGA AWIT PARA SA TUNAY NA PAGBABAGO, will be available this month at leading record stores nationwide.

More about Freddie Aguilar:

In 1986, Aguilar’s rendition of “Bayan Ko,” became the anthem of the opposition against the Marcos Regime and the People Power Revolution. Thirty years later, Aguilar was once again able to awaken the voters sense of patriotism to choose Duterte.

Ka freddie’s words couldn’t have been more appropriate: “Ikaw at ako, Tayong lahat kay Rodrigo Duterte Para Sa Tunay Na Pagbabago.”

President Duterte says he considers Aguilar one of his favorites because he is a “singer with a social conscience” whose songs have inspired Filipinos to love the country. “That guy is a nationalist. His love of country shows in the way he uses his songs, which are always about corruption and what ails this country – the social injustice,” Duterte said in one of his previous interviews.

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