From the carefully handpicked roster of Top 30 semi-finalists, PhilPop has narrowed the selection.
The top 10 finalists are “Ako Ako” composed by Jeriko Buenafe and interpreted by Feel Day feat. Hans Dimayuga; “Di Ko Man” composed by Ferdinand Aragon and interpreted by Ferdinand Aragon himself; “Isang Gabing Pag-Ibig” composed by Carlo Angelo David and interpreted by Jex De Castro; “Kariton” composed by Philip Arvin Jarilla and interpreted by Acapellago; “Laon Ako” composed by Elmar Bolaño and Donel Trasporto Tigbauan and interpreted by Kakai Bautista; “Loco De Amor!” composed by Ed Miraflor Jr. and interpreted by BennyBunnyBand; “Nanay Tatay” composed by Chud Festejo and interpreted by Chud Festejo; “Pilipit” composed by Sean Gabriel Cedro and John Ray Reodique and interpreted by Julian Trono; “Tama Na” composed by Michael Rodriguez and Jeanne Columbine Rodriguez and interpreted by Katrina Velarde; “Tayo” composed by Donnalyn Onilongo and interpreted by Gracenote.
Finals night is on Dec. 2, 2018 at Capitol Commons in Pasig City.
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