Top 10 OPM Songs in 2009
From WikiPilipinas: The Hip 'n Free Philippine Encyclopedia
Original Pinoy Music continues to flourish amidst its foreign competitors. These artists still managed to get a lot of play requests on the radio and in music channels because of their talent in making original Filipino music. Here are the top 10 OPM songs for 2009:
Tell Me Your Name tell the story of a young man’s love at first sight and first kiss and confusion about a love game. The single is included in the first album of Christian Bautista under Universal Records entitled Romance Revisited: The Love Songs of Jose Mari Chan.
Dahil Minahal Mo Ako is included in the second internationally-released album of teen singer/actress Sarah Geronimo. The album, released on 12 September 2008 entitled Just Me has 17 tracks. The song had been released as a single and had remained number one in the Philippine Top 20 Hits, all OPM singles for several weeks.
You Change My Life in a Moment is a revival from the single by Janie Frickie, also included in Sarah’s Just Me album. Sarah Geronimo’s version is included in the original soundtrack of the movie You Changed My Life which starred John Lloyd Cruz opposite Sarah Geronimo, a sequel to their movie A Very Special Love,
Kasalanan is a single released by 6Cyclemind in collaboration with rap artist Gloc-9 and Wendell Garcia of Pupil. The song’s theme is about love, temptation and forgiveness from their album, Project 6Cyclemind, released under Sony Music Philippines.
Ikaw na Nga is a title track from the 14-track album of the same title, Ikaw na Nga by Willie Revillame released under Star Records. The song is composed by prolific songwriter/composer Vehnee Saturno. Ikaw na Nga is a love song that Willie sings during his noontime show, Wowowee.
Gary Valenciano’s version of Tayong Dalawa is the theme song of a primetime made for TV movie of the same name, serialized on ABS-CBN starring Gerald Anderson and Jake Cuenca as fraternal brother with a common love interest in the character played by Kim Chiu. This is a remake of a Rey Valera original composition.
Walang Iwanan (2005) was written by 6Cyclemind for another artist called Popfilter. The group included it in their Project 6Cyclemind album. It reflects the group’s togetherness despite the odds. It was launched in 12 top Metro Manila FM stations and selected provincial radios simultaneously.
- Tell Me Your Name. Pinoymusicstation.akoniya.com.
- Sarah Geronimo. Filipinomusica.com. (Accessed 25 December 2009).
- Willie Revillame. Filipinomusica.com. (Accessed 25 December 2009).
- Gloc-9. Filipinomusica.com. (Accessed 25 December 2009).
- 6Cyclemind: Love Them or Hate Them. Manila Bulletin.com. (Accessed 25 December 2009)
- OPM. Titikpilipino.com. (Accessed 25 December 2009).
- 6Cyclemind Profile. Pinoybanda.com. (Accessed 25 December 2009)
- 6Cyclemind. Grabeh.com. (Accessed 25 December 2009)
- Rico Blanco. Ricoblanco.com. (Accessed 25 December 2009)
- You Changed my Life in a Moment Lyrics. Internetphilippines.com. (Accessed 25 December 2009).
- Christian Bautista Has a Crush on Paula Taylor. Manila Bulletin.com (Accessed 25 December 2009).
- Beautiful Songs: Christian Bautista Sings Jose Mari Chan. Christianbautistaonline.com. (Accessed 25 December 2009)
- Bugoy Drilon Releases Debut Album Bugoy Paano Na Kaya. Celebritypeeps.com. (Accessed 25 December 2009)
- 6Cyclemind Comes Out with a New Project. SonyMusic.com. (Accessed 24 December 2009).
- Star Records. Starrecords.ph. (Accessed 26 December 2009)
- Popfilter. Popfiltermusic.com. (Accessed 26 December 2009)
- Vehnee Saturno. OPM.org.ph. (accessed 26 December 2009)
- Wendell Garcia. OPM.org.ph. (Accessed 26 December 2009)
- Sony Music Entertainment Philippines. Sonymusic.com.ph. (Accessed 24 December 2009)
- [Warner Music Philippines]. Warnermusicphilippines.com. (Accessed 24 December 2009)
- Ondoy’s Flood Worst in History PAGASA. ManilaBulletin.com. (Accessed 26 December 2009)
- ‘Pepeng’ Submerges Pangasinan Towns. Philstar.com. (Accessed 26 December 2009)
- Universal Records Philippines. Universalrecords.com.ph. (Accessed 26 December 2009).