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GMA Music releases The Clash Singles

GMA Music proudly releases a refreshing and soulful compilation album featuring this generation’s promising singers.

The two-volume compilation album called The Clash Singles is a collection of songs performed by the graduates of the first season of GMA Network's all-original Filipino reality singing competition.

GMA Music releases The Clash Singles
Anthony Rosaldo
The tracklist for Vol. 1 includes “Ngayon” and “More Than Before” by Golden Canedo; “Ano Ba” by Jong Madaliday; “Silent Rumblings” by Kyryll; “Lilipad Na” by Garrett Bolden; “Larawan Mo” by Anthony Rosaldo; “Una Ka” by Mirriam Manalo;  and “Pakiusap” by Bryan Chong.

The theme songs of Kapuso programs Kara Mia titled “Nakikita Ba Ang Langit?” by Golden Canedo and Wagas titled “Pwede Ba” by Psalms David are also included in this volume.

GMA Music releases The Clash Singles
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Meanwhile, The Clash Singles Vol. 2 contains the following: “Tayo Pa Rin” by Golden Canedo; “I Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing” by Melbelline Caluag; “Handa Na Maghintay” by Garrett Bolden; “Todo” by Jong Madaliday; and “Maghintay Ka Lamang” by Anthony Rosaldo.

The theme song of top-rating series Prima Donnas titled “H wag Kang Susuko” by Golden Canedo; Dahil Sa Pag-ibig’s “Ililigtas Kita” by Mirriam Manalo; "Bihag ng Pag-ibig" from Bihag, performed by Lyra Micolob; and XOXO's “Kumapit Ka Lang” and "Umiibig Na Ba Sa 'Yo," the theme songs of Tadhana and Wagas, respectively are likewise part of this volume.

GMA Music releases The Clash Singles
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The Clash Singles Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 are now available for streaming and downloading on Apple Music, Spotify, YouTube Music, and other digital stores worldwide.

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