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PostPosted: Tue Nov 20, 2012 4:42 pm 
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"Hindi ako musikero pero si Freddie ay walang karapatang manghusga sa iba dahil Tsamba lang ang pagkagawa ng "Anak" at di sumikat ng matagal, internationally"......Mr. Sintunado :lol: :lol: :lol:

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The song generated a hundred cover versions, was released in 56 countries and in 27 different foreign languages, and it has sold 30 million copies. Billboard reported that the song was the number two world hit of the 1980s. As of 2006 it was unsurpassed as the all-time highest-selling record of Philippine music.


Di marunong magbasa si Mr Sintunado. :biglaugh:


scriptwriter ka rin pala kulang-kulang.... nilagyan mo pa ng quotation ha.. LMAO!

sagutin mo muna sarili mo dito kulang bago ka makisawsaw... tinuruan na kita ng sagot dyan kanina. wag ka na mahiya at tama yun :biglaugh: :biglaugh:

baka maligaw ka sa kahahanap ng isasagot, heto na --> sagot kulang: dahil alam ng mga tao, maliban sa yo, na ang word na talangka or crab sa english would apply aptly to someone whose tendency is to drag people of the same group or nationality or ethnicity down at the point of success. getz mo kulang?

copy and paste mo na lang :lol: :lol: :lol:

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Anak" (Filipino for child or more accurately my son or my daughter) is a Tagalog song written by Filipino folk-singer Freddie Aguilar. It was a finalist for the inaugural 1977 Metropop Song Festival held in Manila. It became an international hit, and was translated into 26 languages.[1] The lyrics speak of Filipino family values.[2]

I have to agree with Freddie on this issue even if I prefer listening to Jose Marie Chan's songs.

Both Pinoy singers/composers have the highest degree of originality with their songs. :D


Para naman doon sa mga nagalit kay Freddie dahil sa pag-kukumpara sa unggoy.
Hindi siya ang unang nagsabi, kundi si Maraya. Bakit kay Maraya ay mukhang ok lang
pero pagdating kay Freddie ay talangka na ang bansag?
Ang punto ni Freddie ay ganito:

Sa mga susunod na mga henerasyon ng kantang pang-internasyonal, maaalala pa kaya at
maipagmalaki ng mga Pinoy ang mga kanta ni Charice, Arnel o kahit ang fav kong si JM Chan,
kaysa mga kanta ni Freddie? Palagay ko "Anak" lang ang mangingibabaw, kung di na makagawa
ng kantang TANGNANG STYLE si Ogie Alcasid at Michael V. :D


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 20, 2012 4:46 pm 
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Mariah Carey is right...

Tayo-tayo nga lang nag-aaway na eh...
Mga unggoy... :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 20, 2012 4:54 pm 
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KILLER_MOON wrote:
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lubayan nyo na si Ka Freddie lagot kayo sa kapatid nya ak ak ak :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


Si Ivler? Alang kinalaman yan sa paggawa ng kanta ni Ka Freddie. May topac ata yun, eh. :D


may kinalaman yon sya ang nag translate ng english version ng anak ak ak ak :lol: :lol:

Ganoon ba? di ko alam yun. Pero siguro ala na siyang kinalaman sa "Bayan Ko", "Magdalena",
"Estudyante Blues", "Kasarinlan", "Kumusta Ka" at iba pa. Jwk :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 20, 2012 5:06 pm 
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dwight wrote:
Mariah Carey is right...

Tayo-tayo nga lang nag-aaway na eh...
Mga unggoy... :lol: :lol:


+3d.......again, once more, for the 2nd time...I'm out :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 20, 2012 5:06 pm 
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andycastro wrote:
dwight wrote:
Mariah Carey is right...

Tayo-tayo nga lang nag-aaway na eh...
Mga unggoy... :lol: :lol:


+3d.......again, once more, for the 2nd time...I'm out :lol: :lol:


Ang mga nagdedebate dito puro matatanda... :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 20, 2012 6:59 pm 
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Kaya walang asenso ang pinas dahil walang gustong matalo,at laging may dahilan walang pasensyahan. Matagal na ang usaping ito at muling binuhay. Ngayon pinuputakti na naman ng walang katapusang patutsadahan na kunyari may mga alam. Kung iyong susuriing maigi, mga sarado naman ang utak. WTF!


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 20, 2012 9:49 pm 
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Sayang, kung nakinig lang sana ang mga OPM Artists natin kay Freddie Aguilar ay baka di tayo naunahan ng Korean pop artists sa pagsikat gaya ni PSY at Gangnam Style. Dati ay inggit ang mga Koreano sa Pop Singers natin dahil sa husay nating gumaya sa mga foreign English artists. Ngayon pasok na sila sa World market at malamang masundan pa yan dahil sa mga katulad ni PSY. Magaling din pala ang kumag na ito. :D

Eto palang kanta na ito ay banat sa mga korap na liders o businessmen sa South Korea
at nahirapan si PSY na i-release ang mga kanta niya sa Korea kaya nagpunta ng US. Nung di pa rin mag-click ay balik siya sa Korea at pinadaan niya una sa Japan ang mga kanta niya. Nung ma-release a ma-upload sa YT ang "Gangnam Style" ay nagulantag na lang ang lahat sa biglang pagsikat nito at tinalo ang lahat ng sikat sa #1.

Ang daming korap na politician dito a mga magagaling mag-imbento ng sayaw at musika
naunahan pa tayo. [b]Gaya-gaya lang kasi ang alam kaya di sumikat ng husto.
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"Gangnam Style" is a Korean neologism that refers to a lifestyle associated with the Gangnam district[16] of Seoul,[17] where people are trendy, hip and exude a certain supposed "class". The term was listed in Time's weekly vocabulary list as a manner associated with lavish lifestyles in Seoul's Gangnam district.[18] Psy likened the Gangnam District to Beverly Hills, California, and said in an interview that he intended a twisted sense of humor by claiming himself to be "Gangnam Style" when everything about the song, dance, looks, and the music video is far from being such a high class.[19]

People who are actually from Gangnam never proclaim that they are—it's only the posers and wannabes that put on these airs and say that they are "Gangnam Style"—so this song is actually poking fun at those kinds of people who are trying so hard to be something that they're not.
—Psy[20]

The song talks about "the perfect girlfriend who knows when to be refined and when to get wild."[21] The song's refrain "오빤 강남 스타일 (Oppan Gangnam style)" has been translated as "Big brother is Gangnam style", with Psy referring to himself;[22][23] "Oppa" is a Korean expression used by females to refer to an older male friend or older brother.[24] During an interview with The New York Times, Psy revealed that the Korean fans have huge expectations about his dancing, so he felt a lot of pressure. In order to keep up with expectations, he studied hard to find something new and stayed up late for about 30 nights to come up with the "Gangnam Style" dance.[25] Along the way, he had tested various "cheesy" animal-inspired dance moves with his choreographer, including panda and kangaroo moves,[26] before settling for the horse trot, which involves pretending to ride a horse, alternately holding the reins and spinning a lasso, and moving into a legs-shuffling side gallop.[27]

During an interview with Reuters, Psy claimed that "Gangnam Style" was originally produced only for local K-pop fans,[28] and he later said the same thing during a speech at Oxford University. On July 11, PSY and his music label YG Entertainment started releasing several promotional teasers for "Gangnam Style" to their subcribers on YouTube.[29][30][31] On July 15, 2012, the full music video of "Gangnam Style" was uploaded onto YouTube and received about 500,000 views on its first day.[32] However, in Germany, an ongoing dispute between YouTube and the GEMA (the country's performance rights organization) regarding copyright issues has led to thousands of music videos, including "Gangnam Style",[33] being blocked in the country.[34]
K-pop and the Korean Wave
Main articles: K-pop and Korean Wave

According to the news agency Agence France-Presse, the success of "Gangnam Style" could be considered as part of the Korean Wave,[35] a term coined by Chinese journalists to refer to the significant increase in the popularity of South Korean entertainment and culture since the late 1990s.[36]

Korean popular music (K-pop), considered by some to be the most important aspect of the Korean Wave,[37] is a music genre that relies on cultural technology to adapt to the tastes of foreign audiences and has now grown into a popular subculture among teenagers and young adults in many places around the world.[38] Although it has spread to the Middle East, Eastern Europe, and parts of South America,[39] its reception in the Western world has so far been lukewarm.[40] However, social media networks such as YouTube, Facebook and Twitter have made it easier for K-pop musicians to reach a wider audience in the West.[41] According to Mark James Russell from Foreign Policy, while the Korean wave "may not (yet) turn heads in Los Angeles or London", this could soon change because of the Gangnam Style phenomenon.[39]


o ayan, tigil na ang ungguyan at magsikap sa sariling atin para sumikat. :D

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 20, 2012 9:58 pm 
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KSP lang yan si Ka Freddie. Kala seguro nya siya ang ORIGINAL NA MUSIC eh gaya din naman hahahahaha. Tinagalog nya lang...Tsaka yang mga nakakasama nyang chikz puro pinay ba? Nyahahahah... Pati Brief nyan, i doubt....

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 20, 2012 10:35 pm 
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PSY inspiration for Gangnam Style
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The closest Western comparison that Kang can think of is Andy Samberg’s sketch troupe Lonely Island — but she notes, while they have big viral hits, they don’t actually sell a lot of records, and are seen as musical comedians rather than an actual pop act: “In Korea, gwang-dae actually top the music charts, perform on big music shows, and so on.”

The original gwang-dae were given a certain amount of license to critique the aristocracy, offering up satirical commentary on society through their dance, music and repartee. Modern gwang-dae performers are mostly distinguished by a tendency toward oddball costumes and outlandish pratfalls, but as others have pointed out — most thoughtfully Sukjong Hong on the blog Open City — “Gangnam Style” and its hilarious video are actually a subversive set of rips at Korea’s hypermaterialistic and increasingly inequitable society, in a time when the corruption of the nation’s elite is being placed in sharp relief.

Two weeks ago, Kim Seung-Yoon, the chairman of the $71 billion Hanwha Group industrial conglomerate, was fined $4.5 million and sentenced to four years in jail for embezzlement and tax avoidance. (The offenses were Kim’s second recent brush with the law; he was officially pardoned in 2008 by President Lee Myung-Bak after being convicted of beating a club bouncer with a steel pipe.)

Meanwhile, Chey Tae-Woo, the chairman of Korea’s third largest chaebol, SK Group, is currently awaiting judgment on charges that he embezzled $89 million in corporate funds.

Incidents like these have inflamed opinion away from the nation’s traditionally laissez-faire attitude toward misconduct by the superwealthy. A poll conducted recently by reformists in the ruling Saenuri has shown that three-quarters of Koreans believe that the chaebol are “immoral.”

So it’s hardly surprising that pop culture works are rising to the bait of the anti-tycoon wave. In May, cinematic provocateur Im Sang-Soo rode the wave of this discontent with his latest hit film, “The Taste of Money,” which takes a salacious look at a powerful chaebol family’s venality. Two months later, PSY unleashed “Gangnam Style,” and watched it debut at number one on the local charts as its video exploded on YouTube.


Mahirap talaga ang pagasenso pag todo gaya-gaya lang.

Dapat piliin lang ang mabubuti at i-angkop sa sarili nating kultura. :D

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 31, 2013 4:21 pm 
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Madonna-300 million albums sold worldwide, multiple platinum records.
Charice-Biggest hit 'Pyramid' only landed at #44, no gold or platinum.
Jessica Sanchez-No where to be found while Philip Philips has 3x Platinum on his original song "Home"


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 31, 2013 5:52 pm 
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now listen who's talking. maria carey is yapping as if she was a pure american! for chrissake her origin is from africa, right? she could be KING KING's decendant! no wonder when mariah sings, she bowls just like a monkey.


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"At ang nanay at tatay mo, Hindi malaman ang gagawin
nang nagmahal ka ng isang matandang kabayo."

Ayos ka talaga ka freddy. Tinalo mo si mang kanor. :lol: :lol:

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Pachater. Exhibit "gay dumbaso".

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PACHATER GAY PADRE DAMASO FAIL.


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 19, 2013 8:57 pm 
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kala ko si Aya Medel na pumuti!..hehehe!.....Namputcha naman, Ka Freddie!...minor pa yan!...di ka man lang humanap ng 18th above....susmaryosep ka talaga!...parehas kayo ng kapatid mo na nanay ni Iveler...may tama sa utak!.... :peace:


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"At ang nanay at tatay mo, Hindi malaman ang gagawin
nang nagmahal ka ng isang matandang kabayo."

Ayos ka talaga ka freddy. Tinalo mo si mang kanor. :lol: :lol:

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ang haba ng hair ni freddie. :lol: :lol:

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Pinag-isa na ni Ka Freddie....Asawa, anak at apo.


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