Hate by Michael Pacquiao || Music Monday

This was supposed to be posted 2 weeks ago but I was busy LOL.

I don’t get the 90% hate that this young man received after performing his single. I mean, he delivered his goods well. I don’t see anything wrong. Ok fine, he may had a big head start from his parents name and fortune. But at least, he put it into good use, kesa naman mag adik-adik yan at maging salot ng lipunan. At least, he creates good music.

I read something about some musicians are not happy about him because of his “connections.” If I am going to put myself in their shoes, possibly maiinis din ako (this is for the other 10% of “understandable hate”) Because if I create music that is at par with his but I’m still struggling to get a record deal and properly distribute my song. The amount of work needed for me to achieve the above mentioned is 10,000 times greater as to the effort that Michael has. I may not get the hate but if I put myself in their situation, may pinanggagalingan naman e (This is for the legit musicians, but for the memamanahimik kayo dyan!). Unfair talaga ang life. Sana may umalma din sa tone-deaf “artist” that was heavily promoted way back 😏. Sana ginawa na lang comedy special, I’m sure pasok dun ang self-deprecating humor niya. Napansin din nila Paco Arespacochaga and Robin Nievera, timestamp 2:20.

So what can we do sa very complex na usaping ito. Support natin ang deserving artists and performers. Mahalaga talaga ang pulso ng masa. Kung dislike nyo naman, either do it in silence or debate intelligently about the topic. There is already a lot of hate going on, tapos di nyo lang bet ang kanta huhusgahan ang buong pagkatao nung singer.

What do you guys think? Sound off your reactions in the comments section below ⬇️⬇️⬇️

Till next time

XOXO

Philippines | Church of Pan-ay

Roxas City 2013

The Santa Monica Parish Church (SpanishIglesia Parroquial de Santa Mónica), commonly known as Panay Church, is the oldest church on the island of Panay located in Panay MunicipalityCapizPhilippines. It is also the home of the largest church bell in the country and in Asia, and the third biggest in the world.  —Source

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Philippines | Roxas City

               Roxas City 2013

Roxas, officially the City of Roxas or Roxas City, is a medium-sized city in the province of CapizPhilippines. It is considered as one of Panay Island‘s center of education, trade, economic activity and logistics. Once known as the Municipality of Capiz, the origin of the present name of the province, was renamed into Roxas City in honor of native Manuel Roxas, the First President of the Philippine Third Republic, after it became a chartered city on May 12, 1951.  —Source

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