Watch: NCT 127’s Taeyong Jam to Ben&Ben’s “Pagtingin”

Days ago, I realized that Asia is on the rise. In the coming years, the whole world is watching Asia, particularly East Asia. What with digital music’s peak, Asians have made it a point to lead innovation. Today’s biggest boy band is not from the west, compared to years ago when the Backstreet Boys rose to prominence. Twenty years after, it’s BTS that’s everywhere, and … Continue reading Watch: NCT 127’s Taeyong Jam to Ben&Ben’s “Pagtingin”

An Animated Adaptation of The Terminator Series is Confirmed

You heard it right! An animated adaptation of The Terminator Series is already confirmed and almost in the works! It will be shown and distributed by Netflix. According to a report by Deadline, studio Production I.G. will handle the animation, while Mattson Tomlin (writer of The Batman starring Robert Pattinson) will be the showrunner and executive producer. Related: Space Sweepers Movie Review: A Glimpse of … Continue reading An Animated Adaptation of The Terminator Series is Confirmed

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BTS MTV Unplugged Performance Review

The Pop Blog was able to catch the most-awaited BTS MTV Unplugged performance on the MTV Philippines channel. Here’s what we think about it. I wasn’t surprised when BTS, today’s biggest boy band, was tapped to do an MTV Unplugged. As a millennial, I have witnessed several artists perform on the MTV show. And doing so was one of their legendary performances, often even put … Continue reading BTS MTV Unplugged Performance Review

LAY ‘Producer’ Album Review: A Great East and West Fusion

As a global superstar, LAY has greatly improved on his craft as an artist and performer, and takes it a notch higher by producing his new album. Here’s my LAY ‘Producer’ album review. Global superstar LAY has been busy promoting in China, and 2020 has been a very productive year for him. He released his two-part album “Lit” and performed new songs “CZR2 I’m a … Continue reading LAY ‘Producer’ Album Review: A Great East and West Fusion

Download the GRAB App and Get P200 Phoenix Fuel Vouchers

You read it right! Get P200 worth of Phoenix fuel vouchers once you download GRAB through Google Play or the App Store and sign up for an account. After you sign up, you automatically get a welcome gift from the GRAB app through your Grab Rewards. You can start downloading and signup up from today until March 7, 2021. Head on to any of the … Continue reading Download the GRAB App and Get P200 Phoenix Fuel Vouchers

Meet ALAMAT, the Most Inclusive P-pop Boy group in Mainstream OPM

In light of the rising of K-pop internationally and the unexpected reception of K-pop-like boy bands in the Philippines like SB19, Viva Entertainment recently introduced their first k-pop-like OPM boy group, ALAMAT. Viva is slowly promoting their new boy group, about ten years after they attempted to follow in the footsteps of K-pop group Super Junior with the boy band XLR8. However, the said boy … Continue reading Meet ALAMAT, the Most Inclusive P-pop Boy group in Mainstream OPM

Hana Nochi Hare Review

On February 8, the Kapamilya Channel started airing a Tagalog-dubbed Hana Nochi Hare every weekday at 9:00 AM. I decided to watch the Japanese drama ahead via an online streaming site to check all the commotion behind it. Now, here’s my Hana Noche Hare Review. Almost three years after its initial release in Japan, I have wrapped up Hana Nochi Hare’s 11 episodes. It wasn’t … Continue reading Hana Nochi Hare Review

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The Best Shoujo Romantic Anime Series of All Time

For The Pop Blog‘s Valentine’s Day feature, I’m rounding up the best shoujo romantic anime series. Yes, I’m a sucker for anime, especially shoujo, and I’ve already seen countless titles. Read on to find out which I think are the best ones. Why We Love Shoujo Romantic Anime Series Shoujo romantic anime series is directed towards females. In Japan, where patriarchal society is still vivid, … Continue reading The Best Shoujo Romantic Anime Series of All Time

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Space Sweepers Movie Review: A Glimpse of a Dystopian Future

Space Sweepers, the first-ever Korean space opera film directed by Jo Sung-Hee, takes us into the far dystopian future that earth might encounter if the current world status quo continues. Space Sweepers Plot In the far distant future of 2092, the earth is in an apocalypse. All the people are in jeopardy and are only living to survive. The world is too polluted, the natural … Continue reading Space Sweepers Movie Review: A Glimpse of a Dystopian Future

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The DDS’ Flak Against Kakie Introduced Me to Her Indie-Pop Offerings

Two years after its initial release, Kakie’s ‘tyl‘ is in the hot seat more than it ever has before. Kakie, Frankie Pangilinan, has recently drawn a lot of flak and bullying online, specifically on her Wish Bus performance of ‘tyl.’ That is due to the Philippines’s admin’s diehard supporters or the DDS’ flak against Kakie, especially on her political stance. As of this writing, Kakie’s … Continue reading The DDS’ Flak Against Kakie Introduced Me to Her Indie-Pop Offerings