EXO – ‘Growl’ Music Video

Aside from the sick dance moves, the music video of Chinese-South Korean boyband EXO for the single “Growl” also features a no-cut sequence that is extremely difficult to produce.

EXO Growl

“Growl” is the follow up single to the band’s first studio album “XOXO” which was launched last May.

EXO is composed of Kris, Suho, Xiumin, Lu Han, Lay, Baekhyun, Chen, Chanyeol, D.O., Tao, Kai and Sehun.

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EXO – ‘Growl’ Music Video

Fifth Harmony – ‘Miss Movin’ On’ Music Video

Check out the music video for “Miss Movin’ On,” the debut single of girl group Fifth Harmony off their upcoming debut studio album.


The X Factor USA season 3 third placer signed with Simon Cowell’s Syco label and their debut album is set to be released in the fall of 2013.

Their first single “Miss Movin’ On” debuted at number 85 of the Billboard Hot 100.

The video for the said single shows the five girls enjoying themselves at an amusement park together, all of them having recently broken up with their boyfriends.

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Fifth Harmony – ‘Miss Movin’ On’ Music Video

The ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchestra Presents the Magical Music of Disney

The ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchestra will perform a concert of Disney music at the Tanghalang Nicanor Abelardo of the Cultural Center of the Philippines on September 28, 2013 at 8pm.

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This concert of symphonic arrangements from the archives at The Walt Disney Studio is provided by Disney Music Publishing. Music from early classics to recent releases will take audiences on a musical journey to far off places where the stories, tales and myths of many cultures have originated. The program incorporates musical performances from Disney’s animated films including The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, Mary Poppins, Tarzan, Little Mermaid, Mulan and others.

Magical Music of Disney is a concert for the whole family. Audiences are invited to enjoy a unique experience in which timeless animated images are synchronized with music to transport them to their favorite Disney musical moment. This concert of symphonic arrangements has already been performed by 38 orchestras in 9 countries around the world over the past three years to over 70,000 people.

The Disney Concert Library has been licensing music directly to orchestra organizations worldwide since 1992.

For ticket inquiries and reservations you may call TicketWorld at 891-9999 or visit http://www.ticketworld.com.ph
For more information about The ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchestra, visit our website http://www.abscbnphilharmonic.com; follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/ABSPhilharmonic and on Twitter at @ABSPhilharmonic.

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The ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchestra Presents the Magical Music of Disney

Country music legend ‘Cowboy’ Jack Clement dies at 82

By Tim Ghianni

NASHVILLE (Reuters) – “Cowboy” Jack Clement, who inspired pioneering rock’n’rollers and classic country musicians, sometimes while prancing around the music studio in his bathrobe and playing the ukulele, died on Thursday at his home in Nashville. He was 82.

Clement died after a long bout with liver cancer, just months before he was to have been inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, which confirmed his death.

Despite his nickname, which was a holdover from an old radio skit rather than anything to do with horses and six-shooters, Clement actually favored Hawaiian print shirts and was as far removed as possible from actually being a cowboy.

While he was not a star himself, Clement inspired the likes of Jerry Lee Lewis, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash and even U2, during his long career in music.

“He had a role in two really important changes in American culture,” said Michael McCall, a writer and editor at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

Clement played a large role in the birth of rock’n’roll when he was hired as a producer and engineer at Sun Records, where he worked with music greats such as Roy Orbison, Carl Perkins and Charlie Rich.

“He was there when Jerry Lee walked in, and who knows what wouldn’t have happened if he hadn’t been there,” said McCall.

It was also at Sun that the young engineer wrote “Ballad of a Teenage Queen” and “Guess Things Happen That Way,” two songs that a young rocker from east Arkansas named Johnny Cash turned into No. 1 country and Top Twenty pop hits in 1958.

The friendship between the two men was deep and special.

“Cash liked working with him because they had so much fun,” said McCall.

Clement then moved to Nashville, where he continued writing songs and worked as an engineer, producer, recording studio owner, music publisher and as an artist, leaving an indelible mark on the city.

It was in Nashville that Clement was the first to record Charley Pride, a black singer, which helped desegregate country music and began an association that lasted 13 albums.

Clement also had three Nashville studios and a publishing company. Among his genre-busting achievements was producing Jennings’ Dreaming My Dreams, one of the most acclaimed albums to be released during the 1970s heyday of the so-called Outlaws on Music Row.

Merle Haggard, Ray Stevens and a host of country luminaries liked to record at Clement’s studios.

But he would step out far from country to work with polka bands and gritty singer-songwriters like John Prine and Townes Van Zandt. He even produced tracks for U2′s Rattle and Hum, a popular tribute to American music in 1988.

McCall noted that Clement had a knack for spotting “game-changing artists” – in the likes of Lewis, Cash, Pride and Williams – and “bringing them to the public.”

While the list of musical achievements spans more than five decades, it could easily have been overshadowed by Clement himself.

“He was a musical mastermind, but he brought this sense of fun and mischief (into the studio),” McCall said. “He danced around in his bathrobe and played the ukulele. He would do anything spontaneously to keep the mood light and fun and to keep his sense of joy about music.”

Guitarist Scotty Moore, who worked with Clement at Sun, lamented his friend’s passing.

“He was just an all-around fine fellow for me,” said Moore from his home outside Nashville. “He was just Jack.”

(Editing by Brendan O’Brien and Lisa Shumaker)

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Country music legend ‘Cowboy’ Jack Clement dies at 82

Chicser – ‘Meant For You’ Music Video Premiere

Boyband Chicser has released the official music video for their second single called “Meant For You” which is currently trending on Twitter. Check it out now!

Meant for You

“Meant for You” is sung and performed by Chicser members Ranz, Oliver, Ully, Owy, Cav and Biboy. It’s an upbeat pop track about a boy confessing his feelings for a girl that he loves. This song is included in their self-titled debut album under Viva Records.

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Chicser – ‘Meant For You’ Music Video Premiere

Taylor Swift – ‘Red’ Music Video

“Red” is the title track of Taylor Swift’s fourth studio album. The Country singer released the song as the official fifth single. Check out the music video!


“Red” finds Swift playing with the idea of colors in relation to her emotions about a relationship.

She said: “I wrote this song about the fact that some things are just hard to forget, because the emotions involved with them were so intense and, to me, intense emotion is red.”

Watch the music video for “Red” here:

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Taylor Swift – ‘Red’ Music Video

2013 Philpop Music Festival – Complete Results

Songwriters and musicians from different genres clashed on Saturday, July 20, for the Philpop 2013 Finals Night held at the Meralco Theater, Pasig City. Check out the complete results!



Song: “Kung ‘Di Man”
Interpreted by: Ney Dimaculangan
Composer: Johnoy Danao


Song: “Segundo”
Interpreted by: Yael Yuzon of Sponge Cola
Composer: Paul Armesin

TOP 5:

Song: “Sa ‘Yo Na Lang Ako”
Interpreted by: Karylle
Composer: Lara Maigue

Song: “Dati”
Interpreted by: Sam Concepcion, Tippy Dos Santos & Quest
Composers: Thyro Alfaro & Yumi Lacsamana

Song: “Papel”
Interpreted by: Joey Ayala, Gloc 9 featuring Denise Barbacena
Composer: Joey Ayala

Song: “Pansamantagal”
Interpreted by: Sitti & Julianne Tarroja
Composer: Jungee Marcelo

Song: “Kung ‘Di Man”
Interpreted by: Ney Dimaculangan
Composer: Johnoy Danao


Song: “Pansamantagal”
Interpreted by: Sitti & Julianne Tarroja
Composer: Jungee Marcelo


Song: “Kung ‘Di Man”
Interpreted by: Ney Dimaculangan
Composer: Johnoy Danao


Song: “Dati”
Interpreted by: Sam Concepcion, Tippy Dos Santos & Quest
Composers: Thyro Alfaro & Yumi Lacsamana


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2013 Philpop Music Festival – Complete Results