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Hot Stuff: 7 Acts You Should Listen to Right Now According to MYX's Newest VJs

Hot Stuff: 7 Acts You Should Listen to Right Now According to MYX's Newest VJs

 

 

Everyday, our playlists change. Depending on our mood for the day, we may feel like listening to sappy, sad songs. Then the next morning, we could be up for some upbeat, groovy music. But for those days when you just don’t know what to listen to or just want to hear something new, we asked newly minted MYX VJs Turs, Kim, JC, and Debbie for their must-add-to-your-playlist-now acts. Here are their picks!

 

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Turs Daza Recommends

Quest With the recent release of the tearjerker music video of his most popular song to date, "Walang Hanggan," Quest continues to win hearts of music fans with new releases in collaboration with fellow OPM acts KZ Tandingan ("Win the Moment") and Keiko Necesario ("Unang Hakbang").

 

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Leanne and Naara This duo made waves internationally with their song, "Again," which earned them fans from countries like Indonesia, Malaysia and Spain. Listen to "New York and Back" and their new single, "Run Run," for fuzzy, feel-good vibes for the ears and the heart.

 

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Kim Cruz Recommends

Bawal Clan. Lately, VJ Kim has been into local hip hop and rap, and her pick goes to Yung Bawal’s hip hop collective, Bawal Clan. Look up the Bawal Tape and start playing for your dose of early 2000s sound blasting from your earphones.

 

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JC Teves Recommends

Chance the Rapper. The song "No Problem" earned him a Grammy, but it’s his authentic approach to music that won him the hearts of his fans. His tasteful verses that tackles life, love, and God made him one of the geniuses that rule the world of rap today.

 

Blue Jean Junkies. JC's uncle is a member of comeback rock band Blue Jean Junkies and claims that he’s proud that their song "Take It Easy" is steady in the local music channel.

 

Debbie Then Recommends

Kiana Valenciano. Fast-rising star Kiana is slowly taking over the music scene. Her song with rapper Curtismith "Does She Know" is a dance-y track that’s worthy of putting on repeat, while "Circles" isn’t your average song on the pains of love—it certainly delivers a message.

 

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Selena Gomez. Seriously, who isn't hasn't listened to "Bad Liar" and "Fetish" on repeat yet?

 

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ALSO READ: Hot Stuff: 4 Up-And-Coming College Musicians To Watch Out For

Banner photograps from MYXph.com.

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