Singer Jamie Rivera has recently launched the inspirational “We Give Our Yes,” the official mission song of “The 500 Years of Christianity in the Philippines” yearlong celebration that commenced this month.
She shared how she felt honored to sing the song during Star Music’s “We Give Our Yes” virtual media conference. “I think this is really my mission, a mission for me to be able to give people a prayer and, at the same time, they could sing with it as well,” Jamie said.
The Inspirational Diva introduced “We Give Our Yes” in a remarkable performance in ASAP Natin ‘To last Sunday, rendering it beautifully together with The Company and other singers Erik Santos, Jeremy Glinoga, Jed Madela, Jason Dy, and Nyoy Volante.
Jamie first performed the song live at the Manila Cathedral during the Archdiocese of Manila’s launch of the 500 Years of Christianity festivities on Feb. 6.
Meanwhile, Star Music released the “We Give Our Yes” music video, directed by Frank Mamaril, last week. Together with the lyric video, the song currently has more than 150K combined views on Star Music’s YouTube channel.
The MV, shot in Manila Cathedral, featured important Catholic Church events in the past.
It also showed Jamie wearing an immaculate Mak Tumang creation, which was inspired by the logo of the celebration.
The motivating tune “We Give Our Yes,” originally commissioned by the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the arrival of Christianity in the country, conveys the power of faith and hope during difficult times and reminds Filipinos to keep saying yes to the mission of Jesus.
Written by the multi-awarded composer Fr. Carlo Magno Marcelo, Jamie’s version of “We Give Our Yes” was produced by the award-winning hitmaker and ABS-CBN Music creative director Jonathan Manalo.
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