Alicia Keys performed her no. 1 hit “If I Aint Got You” live with our very own Regine Velasquez during the Manila leg of her “Set the World on Fire” world tour at the SM Mall of Asia Arena Monday night, November 25, 2013.
It’s not the first time for Alicia Keys, one of the biggest names in the international music industry, to help victims of natural disasters from different countries. She was one of the first artists who rendered their artistic services for free to create the Hope for Haiti album when the Carribean nation was shocked by a 7-magnitude earthquake in 2010.
This November 29 at the Eastwood City Central Plaza, Parokya Ni Edgar will launch their latest release Bente, which celebrates the band’s 20th anniversary as a group. Bente has two editions – 1 DVD/2 CD and 2 CD. The DVD includes 28 music videos of the band plus two documentaries. The 2 CD has a total of 29 tracks (27 of the band’s biggest hits plus 2 brand new tracks).
Some of the biggest names in the local entertainment industry are set to headline a one-night-only benefit concert for the survivors of super typhoon Yolanda on December 3, 2013 at the country’s premier integrated resort, Resorts World Manila.
K-Pop boyband EXO and Big Bang leader G-Dragon lead this year’s winners at the 2013 Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA) held in Hong Kong Friday night, November 22.
Smart Communications, Inc., (Smart) through its subsidiary Smart Broadband, Inc. (Smart Bro), will be mounting a free benefit concert in Davao headlined by two of its endorsers for the benefit of the families affected by the recent typhoon that ravaged most of Central Visayas.
Asia’s Songbird Regine Velasquez has recently launched a number of special projects for the benefit of the Typhoon Yolanda victims like the auction of her personal items. Aside from this, Universal Records and the Songbird recently released the album “Hulog Ka Ng Langit,” part of its proceed goes to Philippine Red Cross.
Demi Lovato has released the music video for her single “Let It Go.”