Moira dela Torre, Sarah Geronimo, And Other OPM Artists Interpret Classic Love Songs Through Spotify Jams
Ever since music streaming platform Spotify became a hit in the Philippines, listening to your favorite song has never been the same again. Its convenience and wide collection of songs are the primary reasons why people love it.
And now that OPM is more in-demand than ever, both iconic and rising homegrown acts continue to release fresh hits to provide people new sources of entertainment and inspiration. Spotify celebrates this love and appreciation for local music with the launch of Spotify Jams: OPM Love Songs campaign.
Curated specifically for the taste of Filipinos, the brand invited six of today’s top artists to be part of this campaign by covering the biggest OPM love songs from the past. And the timing is perfect, what with the upcoming Valentine's Day and the Pinoys' fondness for music and romance overall.
This content will, of course, be exclusively available on Spotify. Every week starting February 8, get ready to be serenaded by Moira Dela Torre, Juan Karlos Labajo, Sarah Geronimo, Silent Sanctuary, Ben&Ben, and IV of Spades as they lend their musical talents to revive the music of a bygone era for today’s generation of audiophiles. You will find these covers on Spotify’s OPM’s flagship playlist, Tatak Pinoy.
What makes it more exciting is anticipating what tracks will come out—will it be the hit you danced to back in your senior prom, or perhaps the theme song you sang along as you drove by the streets of Manila for your first date? Or maybe it’s the record that reminds you of your greatest heartbreak in life?
This just goes to show that music transcends time, and these upcoming renditions from these artists will surely tug at your heartstrings. Now, how does calling a friend or a loved one for a streaming party sound to you? Sounds great, if you ask us.
While we wait for Friday, listen to OPM songs from this all-Pinoy tracklist and discover your next love (or life) anthem.
Photos from Spotify Philippines