Music streaming platform showcases Filipino women artists

Music streaming platform Spotify presents Equal, a campaign spotlighting female artists on the global stage, via playlists like Tatak Pinoy, magmuni-muni, OPM Rising, Mabuhay, Pilipinas! P-Pop on the Rise, among others.

Here’s a sample:

BINI, ‘Lagi’

Capturing the thrill of young love in its latest single, “Lagi,” BINI’s sweet vocals complement an upbeat pop track that subverts the Pinoy expectation of the man admitting his admiration first. It proves being a romantic is empowering.

Morissette, ‘Undangon Ta Ni’

Pinay power-belter Morissette puts a fresh take on OPM with a Bisayan-English single, “Undangon Ta Ni.” The track showcases the beauty of the Visayan language. A homage to the heroines of the late ’60s and ’70s, “Undangon Ta Ni” is about self worth and being one’s own heroine.

Julie Anne San Jose, ‘Free’

Better known for her acoustic sound and ballads, Julie Anne San Jose reveals a different side of her musical persona with “Free,” a rap number encouraging people to let go of their worries for a night (or two).

Zae, ‘Brat$ Doll’

Filipino dancer-rapper Zae drops eargasmic bars in her new banger “Brat$ Doll.” The bombastc track about a
self-made woman pursuing her dreams, with Zae showing how Pinay artists can top the rap game.

Denise Julia, ‘NVMD’

For incurable romantics, “NVMD” is a track worth adding to your hugot playlist. Denise Julia’s chart-hitter depicts heartbreaks and failed relationships. Despite its melancholy theme, it’s still possible to find comfort in this track.

Maymay Entrata, ‘Amakabogera’

Reality star-turned-actor/singer Maymay Entrata takes fierceness to a whole new level with her single “Amakabogera.” With over 3.6M plays on Spotify, the track will drive listeners strutting and striking a pose. ‘Amakabogera” is a powerful anthem for Pinays defying society’s beauty standards and embracing their true selves.

Maris Racal, ‘Ate Sandali’

Hailed by fans as a “chronicler of love anthems for the modern age,” Maris hits a home run with “Ate Sandali.” The playful, catchy track encourages women to stand up for themselves and enjoy life on their own terms.

Moira dela Torre, ‘Kumpas’

Released as the official theme song of the Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla series 2 Good 2 Be True, Moira’s “Kumpas” is a heartwarming track that speaks to anyone who needs guidance to life’s challenges. Relating to how women brave countless ups and downs, “Kumpas” has an inspiring message of hope.

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