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Thursday, February 2, 2012

Hey Daydreamer Rez Toledo, more popularly known as Someday Dream, composed 7 tracks in his album

It was a one of a kind experience for us bloggers to see Hey Daydreamer a.k.a. Rez Evia Toledo perform live. Yes, up close and personal!
Pop radio listeners for the past few months might have heard of a techno-driven pop ditty called "Hey Daydreamer."

Hey Daydreamer has been on the top of the music charts for quite sometime now.  Its infectious electro beats, rhythmic keys, and catchy tunes have caught the young listeners by storm. When it was revealed that the song was locally produced, reactions ranged from disbelief to a desperate desire to watch the artist live.

The guy behind the song is 21-year-old Ateneo de Manila student Rez Toledo, more popularly known as Somedaydream.

Rez Toledo said during the question and answer portion with the bloggers, that he formed Somedaydream almost three years ago, when he was 18 years old. And that he was heavily influenced by the likes of Owl City and The Secret Handshake. He had a few songs and then he started to regained interest in playing the piano. But then he decided to buy a synthesizer. From there he started experimenting with the electronic genre, with the use of laptop synthesizers, recording his own songs.
He put up his songs at his MySpace page. The songs became popular among his friends and peers. Before he knew it, his output fell on the ears of former Hale singer Champ Lui Pio, who in turn became interested in helping Rez Toledo.

Help came in the form of producing his album, and eventually it expanded to managing Somedaydream.
After a while, Champ had thought of putting up a label and then put him under Mecca Music label. Mecca Music recently released the official music video for "Hey Daydreamer."

His second single, 'Delivery Boys', was released in August 2011.  

Someday Dream, Rez's screen name, is the title of his album produced by Mecca Music and MCA Music.

It contains seven self-composed songs, which he said are based on his personal experiences.

"In 1st year college everything was new--I had new friends, I had new experiences," he relates.

"Hindi ko naman kinakahiya na personal experiences 'yon talaga, siguro I just draw inspirations from personal stuff, and my art reflects who I am."
Here's the complete track list of Rez's album, Someday Dream:

1. Prelude

2. Hey Daydreamer

3. Do-do With You

4. Delivery Boys

5. Break

6. Sing This Song

7. Hey Daydreamer (Acoustic)

His group of fans call themselves "Dreamers". His single "Hey, Daydreamer" is used in the Cornetto Disc Commercial Philippines. He was born on November 28,1990.
The first grand Bloggers’ Meet Up with OPM’s hottest young artist and internet sensation SOMEDAYDREAM was made possible by MCA Music Inc. and Mecca Music in cooperation with Astroplus, Pinoy song magazine and Orange Magazine TV.

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Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Asia’s acoustic sweetheart SABRINA releases “I Love Acoustic 4” album—her version of the hit “Moves Like Jagger”

Last night I met in person Asia’s acoustic sweetheart SABRINA ORIAL or simply SABRINA  who releases her follow-up single from her highly successful “I Love Acoustic 4” album—her version of the hit “Moves Like Jagger”.
Sabrina is only 22 years old . She graduated Cum Laude from UP Los Banos with a degree in Communication Arts. Sabrina is an achiever and an ideal role model for kids of this generation. She doesn't smoke and she always exercise.  She was discovered at the tender age of 14 and was asked to come back after two years by Vicor who released her first album as a Bossa singer entitled "Sabrina".
She came from a family of musicians. Her Father and brother are guitar experts/composerHer older sister is a soprano. Her mother is an alto and a magna cum laude. No wonder Sabrina got not only her looks but also her intelligence. Their family usually spent weekends singing and playing the guitar together.  She described her family as a happy musical family.

Her “I Love Acoustic 4” turned GOLD in Indonesia in November of 2011 and this month, it is certified double PLATINUM. This makes Sabrina one of the few Filipino singers to have multi-platinum success in Indonesia. “I Love Acoustic 4” was also released in Thailand and soon in Singapore and Malaysia.
Sabrina has the following albums under her belt 
  • "Sabrina"
  • “I Love Acoustic”,
  • “I Love Acoustic Too” 
  • “I Love Acoustic 3” 
  • “I Love Acoustic 4” 
They were multi-platinum success in Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand- the only Filipino female singer to break in successfully in the South East Asian market. 

Her huge following abroad is now translating locally as the album is still in retail charts where it debuted at #1 at Astroplus and #9 at Odyssey upon its first week of release. Because of her success abroad, she became a recipient of the “International Achievement Award” at the recent Awit Awards where she also took home the I-Gateway Mobile Philippines, Inc.’s Most Downloaded Artist for 2010. 
The album also includes the tracks “Price Tag,” “Who Says”, “Edge of Glory”, “On The Floor”, “Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)”, “California King Bed”, “Hold It Against Me”, “Rolling In The Deep”, “The Lazy Song”, “Back To December”, “That Should Be Me”, “Marry Me”, “Rocketeer”, “Just The Way You Are” featuring Indonesian singer Calvin Jeremy and “Lucky” featuring multi-platinum crooner Richard Poon.

Catch Sabrina as she serenades SM Pasig on February 17 (Friday) at 4pm. Those who will buy her album “I Love Acoustic 4” will get to have their CDs autographed by Sabrina herself after the show.

Let us support our Filipino artists!
“I Love Acosutic 4” by Sabrina is now out in CDs under MCA Music (Universal Music Philippines) and available for download at 

To download Sabrina’s single “Moves Like Jagger” 

text JGR and send to 2728 for Smart and Talk N Text subscribers

text KL343 and send to 2332 for Globe/ TM 

or text  5493161 and send to 2300 for Sun Cellular subscribers.

For more of Sabrina’s music, just text SABRINA to 3456 or check out

Please like Sabrina's fanpage :Sabrina - I <3 Acoustic
Sabrina's twitter account:!/sabrinaorial

Sabrina - A Thousand Miles Music Video

Sabrina- Hey Soul Sister

Sabrina- Who Says 

Sabrina - Saranghae (Perfect Match OST) - one of my favorites!

Sabrina - Last Friday night (T.G.I.F.) Katy Perry cover song

Sabrina- Billionaire ( I Love Acoustic 3)

Sabrina- Price Tag

Sabrina - Marry Me

Monday, January 30, 2012

Bianca Manalo got caught!!!!

Bianca Manalo got caught scratching around her groin area while hosting Happy Yipee Yehey.

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Sunday, January 29, 2012


I know this is a late post but some of you might still be benefited. So rock on and visit them today!
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Oh no! Our very own singer Christian Bautista who is hugely popular in Indonesia has been deported from Indonesia for working there using his visiting visa according to the Jakarta Post.

The immigration office found him conducting a show at Lippo Karawaci, Tangerang west of Jakarta without a working visa on Wednesday evening.  

A spokesman of the immigration directorate general, was quoted by as saying:
“We will deport him this (Friday) afternoon"
Christian had a 30-day visiting visa since Wednesday but apparently used the opportunity to hold a concert on the day he arrived in Indonesia.

Bautista, who rose to fame in Indonesia with the hit single “The Way You Look at Me”, was questioned by immigration officers  from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Friday.


US authorities arrested Marissa when she arrived in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Jan. 15, 2012.

According to the account supplied by the Lapid camp, she entered the United States in November 2011 carrying $50,000, in violation of US travel regulations. She was held but was released on bail, and managed to leave the country before a US court could detain her to stand trial for the offense.

US laws allow foreigners to carry up to $10,000 in cash. Foreigners must declare the money they are carrying beyond that amount, which Marissa failed to do.
Based on Friday’s currency exchange rates, Marissa had P2.1 million with her when she was arrested.

‘Just nervous’
Lapid said his wife was not aware that the case against her had prospered until she flew back to Las Vegas on Jan. 15.

“I’m sad. She had no intention to lie to authorities. She was just nervous,” he said.
Lapid said reports that he and his wife often traveled to Las Vegas to socialize or gamble were “untrue.”

“We stay with a friend, Edgar Balagtas, or with my mother (whenever we go to the United States),” he said.

Lapid said he had not been able to speak with Marissa by phone for days now because her American lawyer, Eliot Krieger, had told her not to take calls.

He said that they did talk on Jan. 15 and that she had mumbled, “Sorry Jo.” (Jo is their term of endearment.)

The senator also said he had asked the Department of Foreign Affairs to extend assistance to his wife the way it did to Filipinos in distress overseas.

Various businesses
He said their youngest son, Maynard, 27 and an American citizen, had been assisting his mother. (They have four children, including Mark Lapid, who served as governor of Pampanga and now heads the Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority of the Department of Tourism.)

According to employees, Marissa Lapid owns and runs MTL Enterprises, which includes Walmart Construction Supply, Maynards’ Agri Farm Supply, Barstow Minimart, Generics Pharmacy and Porac Ice Plant.

Except for the grocery, these businesses occupy a row of stalls in a one-story building beside the district hospital in Barangay Babo Sacan in Porac.

When the Inquirer asked an employee who owned a Sea Oil fuel station in Barangay Sta. Cruz, he said: “It’s by Sen,” apparently referring to the senator.

Some 20 meters from the municipal hall is Marissa Hall, which the senator’s wife rents out for private or public functions.

The Porac Foundation Inc. (PFI) has sued Marissa for buying the 5,435-square-meter property from a couple who allegedly produced two fake titles for it. Fr. Resty Lumanlan, PFI chair and founder, said the property was part of donations to the foundation.

Another source said Marissa recently bought two lots in Porac from the David and Cuyugan families worth P20 million.

The Porac treasurer declined the request for information on business permits issued in the name of Marissa Lapid or her relatives.

Research conducted by the Inquirer in 2005 showed that of the family’s 17 vehicles that year, 14 were in Marissa’s name.

Undeclared properties
Lapid declared a net worth of P10.1 million in 2004, his first year in the Senate. Seven properties titled to him were estimated at P256 million, excluding a house in San Diego, California.

Many of the family’s properties in the Philippines were allegedly not declared in Lapid’s statements of assets and liabilities and net worth (SALN) in 1995-2004, when he was Pampanga governor.

What were allegedly not declared in the 2003 SALN when his net worth was P10.1 million were a hilltop mansion in Porac and the three-story Mar-Man Building on Scout Borromeo Street in Quezon City.

Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) documents show that Lapid is a co-owner of Classic Films International and Mar-Man Farms Corp. None of these reported big profits.
The film company reported losing P5.49 million in 1996. Mar-Man, registered in 1993, has not filed financial statements in the SEC. The Lito Lapid College Foundation, set up in 1992, reported a net loss of P1.2 million in 1998.

Marissa Lapid’s Thousand Islands International, registered in 1997, had a paid-up capital of only P137,000, and GM Concrete Products Manufacturing and Trading Co., co-owned by Lapid, P1.8 million.

Not born wealthy
In his campaign for a seat in the Senate in 2004, Lapid reported spending P64.9 million from contributions.

Neither husband nor wife was born wealthy, according to Inquirer sources. Neither went to college after graduating from high school.

They married when he was still a movie stuntman. She is known in Porac as having stuck with him despite his affairs with some of his leading ladies in action movies.

Former Gov. Eddie Panlilio has sued Lapid, his son Mark and three other Pampanga officials for plunder, accusing them of enriching themselves using the province’s quarry funds.

The Lapids were cleared of the complaint.                                                     Source: Inquirer



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