Just like any other known artist, starting musicians or music producers have to first establish a reputable name through their lyrical content and music among all other things to consider before winning the hearts of listeners around the globe. Our country has a number of musicians waiting to be known who make music that’s worth sharing to the world. To give you guys a few names we have in mind; here are 8 home grown musicians that you should tune in to.
A rapper, producer, and spoken word poet with a unique style, which he calls “nerdcore hip-hop,” Logiclub leader NINNO creates songs with heavy wordplay and a lot of interesting nerdy reference that many, if not, all of us would relate to. His album Third Culture Kid is now available on Spotify.
A jazz fusion funk band composed of five members that make songs about social issues and life, Malla Anne curates a different blend of music with a hint of local familiarity. Their EP Gigil just made its release last year and you can listen to it on SoundCloud.
The Pasay City Rascal and one-third of the rap group Lyrically Deranged Poets, Rjay Ty sets his own identity in the rap scene through creating music of his own that gives focus on the culture and the hustle complimented by slick beats. You can check out his recently release album, Hit the Spot.
Former 5th Wave Theory member, Migo Señires continues to make his name known in the scene with songs that promote local and unity of the community. If you wish to hear more of his music, watch out for his upcoming EP that’s about to be released soon.
Led by the vocalist Yzay, Banna Harbera highlights a subtle vibe and laid-back feel that offers us soulful music that can calm the mind and body—local tunes that are sure to sooth your stress and worry.
With a post-rock and math rock style of music, this instrumental trio produces music that are inspired by various artists and bands such as John Mayer, Death Cab for Cutie, and Taking Back Sunday. Their album is available digitally and physically through A Spur of the Moment Project.
A local indie band whose members are students from the De La Salle University and College of Saint Benilde, Luna incorporates different styles of music in their songs. If you wish to hear, browse through their Indigo EP available on SoundCloud.
Formerly known as Dj Spnz, and now Yung Bawal, Neil Raymundo is a DJ and producer that drops mixtapes that Hip Hop fans jam to and he is out to establish his own name by helping out fellow local artists get their music engineered and mastered with sick beats.–LEX NOT LUTHOR