Wave 89.1 has collaborated with Ivory Music & Video to discover new talents and help them carry their music to the next level, both in radio and digital platforms in Tunog Bago sa Tunog Kalye. Let us see if your song will make the cut.   ELIGIBILITY ·         Tunog Bago sa Tunog Kalye is open to songwriters who are 18 years of age or older on the date of song submission. Any entrant who is a minor in his or her jurisdiction of legal residence will be required to obtain and submit written permission from his or her parent or legal guardian to participate. ·         For the purposes of the submission, a song must have both lyrics and music. All submitted songs must be original, unpublished (or self-published) songs that have been written or co-written by the entrant(s). ·         For submission purposes, an unpublished song is defined as being recorded and self-released by the entrant(s) and/or not co-published by a commercially active music publisher. ·         Co-writers are subject to the same eligibility criteria. ·         Filipino Artists from anywhere in the world are eligible to join. ·         All types of music genre are accepted   SUBMISSION POLICY ·         Each entry must be an original, unpublished musical composition for which the contestant retains the copyright and authority to submit and perform the composition to Tunog Kalye.  DIGITAL DISTRO REQUIREMENTS FOR CHOSEN SONGS Each song must have lyrics and should be in WAV form Entry must be accompanied by a song artwork 1440 by 1440 JPEG format ·         Entrants must include complete info and links to their Social Media Sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram including YouTube channel link if applicable.  DISTRIBUTION AND MARKETING ·         Ivory Music & Video will distribute the selected music submission. All legal terms will apply.  


The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), which was first identified in Wuhan, Hubei, China in December 2019,  is caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The Philippines is currently under a state of public health emergency after it was placed under Code Red sublevel 2, indicating that there are several community transmissions beyond capacity. The World Health Organization said community transmission happens when countries are already experiencing "larger outbreaks of local transmission." President Rodrigo Duterte also made an announcement enforcing a Luzon-wide enhanced community quarantine to address the threat of COVID-19 which will run until April 13.“Upon further study of worldwide trends and measures and the need for extreme caution during such times as these, I have come to the conclusion that stricter measures are necessary,” he said.COVID-19 cases in the Philippines are now over 200. Track the confirmed cases, deaths, recoveries, number of PUIs and PUMs through https://ncovtracker.doh.gov.ph/, dedicated to Covid-19 updates. You can also check this site https://www.pharmaceutical-technology.com/special-focus/covid-19/coronavirus-covid-19-outbreak-latest-information-news-and-updates/  as it also provides insights into the international spread and social media reaction, alongside a coronavirus FAQ and all the latest news and information concerning the outbreak.Everything You Want to Know About Coronavirus in the Philippines:https://www.vice.com/en_asia/article/3a84m3/frequently-asked-questions-coronavirus-outbreak-lockdown-philippinesHow to protect yourself and If you think you are sick, check out these sites below.https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/prevention.htmlhttps://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/if-you-are-sick/steps-when-sick.htmlHere's a summary of the disease:Disease: Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)Virus strain: Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2)First case: December 1, 2019Origin: Wuhan, Hubei, ChinaSymptoms: Initial flu-like symptoms, such as fever, coughing, breathing difficulties, fatigue, and myalgiaIncubation period: 1-14 daysMode of transmission: Human-to-human transmission via respiratory dropletsPrevention tips: Avoiding close contact with sick individuals; frequently washing hands with soap and water; not touching the eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands; and practicing good respiratory hygiene


Welcome to the world of DOJA CAT!Amalaratna Zandile Dlamini explains where she got her stage name, “I was heavily addicted to weed and weed culture, so when I began rapping I thought of the word ‘doja’ and how it sounds like a girl’s name”.Doja Cat was born in Tarzana, California in the side of Los Angeles in 1995 to a Jewish American mom, Deborah Elizabeth Sawyer, and a non-Hewish South African dad, Dumisani Dlamini. “My mom was a painter and loves to sing behind closed doors. My father is a South African actor who danced in broadway musicals for Lion King. I took a little bit of everything from both of them,” she explained. Her dad wasn’t very present growing up. But her dad now comments on her Instagram posts, to which she says, “I don’t hold grudges against him or anything in any way, but obviously it’s a little weird.”When Doja Cat was around age 11, she took up break dancing, and danced in a crew in Los Angeles. She also went to surf camp growing up. She dropped out of high school in 11th grade and took up music. She started recording songs on GarageBand and posted them on her SoundCloud account, amalaofficial, which is still active up until now. Her debut single, “So High,” was released on SoundCloud in 2013 and then re-released as a single once she signed to a label. Her debut album, Amala, came out in March 2018. On that album? A song called “Juicy” which she later remixed with Tyga in August 2019.The rapper and singer-songwriter dropped her much-buzzed-about ‘Purrr!’ EP, and since she’s nurtured an ever-growing array of feverish fans who revere her for combining a radiant charisma with a unique flow and tongue-in-cheek lyrics simply titled “Mooo!”.She acknowledges her songs are “very sexually driven, very tongue in cheek”, whether she’s dancing against a homemade green screen to anime breasts or unapologetically celebrating her “twins” in her song ‘Tia Tamera.’ “I never stopped thinking about what I can do next,” Doja said. “So, as much as I may seem like I’m kind of going throughout life blindly, I know what I want.”She went viral on TikTok when her disco bop song, “Say So”, was used as part of a dance challenge on the video-sharing app. She became a hit and internet sensation after TikTok now being a bonafide star with a track on the Birds of Prey soundtrack, a new tour, and a performance on Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show. Doja Cat also released the groovy music video for the hit.Fans are also making their own “Say So” remixes and it’s kind of amazing! The recent music video she had was like inspired by her music icons with a type of unapologetic 80s-tastic frenzy, as she revealed she grew up listening to a diet of Jamiroquai and Eart Wind and Fire, as well as the likes of Erykah Badu and TLC.She recently drops the blissfully sensual “Streets” video as Vevo’s first LIFT artist of 2020!“We’re thrilled to have Doja Cat kick off our 2020 LIFT program” says JP Evangelista, SVP of Content, Programming and Marketing, Vevo. “We’ve been Doja fans for a while now, and it’s been a thrill to watch her continue to develop her music in the last year. The performances we captured for LIFT are incredible, and we can’t wait to share them with her fans and new audiences around the world. This is a continuation of an incredible partnership between the Vevo, Kemosabe/RCA Records and 10Q/Maverick Urban families.”


Drake remains full of surprises! The rapper dropped two brand new songs and a double NSFW video for the tracks. Sampling Jay-Z’s “Song Cry,“ “When to Say When” features shots of Drake outside of Marcy Projects in Brooklyn, which went viral on social media days before. While in the “Chicago Freestyle”, Drake interpolates Eminem’s “Superman."Watch the video below as he begins with a nod to some of his major successes:  "33 years: I gave that to the game / $33 mil: I save that for the rain / 500 weeks, I fill the charts with my pain."The songs are also an anticipation for Drake’s upcoming album. He previously told fans during an appearance at a DaBaby show in December 2019 that he was working on finishing his next album "so we can turn up in 2020," though a release date has not been formally announced. The full version of each song can be heard on Drake's October's Very Own Soundcloud page. Take a listen below!


The highly anticipated collaboration from juan karlos and Gloc-9 "SAMPAGUITA" is finally out! In a previous interview with Gloc-9, he described the new single as a powerful song. “Na-inspire talaga ako ng binigay niya [JK] yung material. I think noong binigay niya sa akin 'yon, natapos ko na yung tatlong verses ko that night.”  Stream the new song and let us know what you think!


The R&B singer’s official follow-up to 2017's TRIP, features some of hip-hop and R&B’s biggest names!In addition to Big Sean on “None of Your Concern,” the 20 tracks include appearances from H.E.R., John Legend, Ab-Soul, Ty Dolla $ign, and her father, Dr. Chill who also did the album art. Future and Miguel join the L.A. songstress on “Happiness Over Everything (H.O.E.),” while the legendary Nas guests on “10K Hours.” Chilombo, which is the singer’s last name and means wild beast, has already spawned a trio of singles–the platinum-certified “Triggered,” “None of Your Concern,” and “P*$$y Fairy (OTW).” “I recorded it on my phone and thought this would be perfect,” she said of her mantra music.She did state in a series of tweets recently that this album was the "realest shit I ever wrote." For her die-hard fans, she described it as "if sailing soul(s), sail out, souled out and trip had a baby."If 2017’s Trip was Aiko’s escape from her grief through psychedelic drugs, Chilombo is her reclaiming of power through vibrational healing as she celebrates her coming into her own personal power. “I make music for healing purposes, for myself,” Jhené told in an interview. “It’s like journaling or when people paint. It’s sort of an escape. It’s turning pain or frustration into something; into art. Sharing it is also therapeutic because when people express to you that they are relating to it, you’re like, ‘Oh, I’m not alone in what I’m going through.'”CHILOMBO is set to arrive on March 6th.
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