August 3, 2011

Mang Inasal and It's Advocacy Program

It was a fun filled evening as Mang Inasal held its first ever Media and Bloggers' Night last August 1, at T.E.A.T.R.I.N.O. in Promenade, Greenhills. Friends from Media and Bloggers were treated to a night of fun events, games,, and grand raffle. Mang Inasal held this event to celebrate the launching of its newest campaign: Mang Inasal Mang Aawit campaign, where FILIPINO fastfood chain Mang Inasal expresses its love for Original Pilipino Music (OPM) by launching an advocacy program that gives eight deserving artists music grants and valuable exposure to a broader audience.

Aries Sales , acoustic-singer composer from Davao City

Arnee Hidalgo, Multi - awarded RnB and soul artist who is releasing a comeback album soon

Kiss Jane, Hit-making pop band, the group behind songs "LAGI " and "BALIW"

Myrus, gold record artist and staunch OPM advocate

One forty-three, OPM pop heartthrobs whose debut recording titled "Time for Love" remains on the bestselling album chart for months now.

Onse, stand-up comedian and radio host of DZBB Teleradyo

Sheng Belmonte, sultry pop singer and Pinoy Dream Academy Scholar
whose latest single "Gigil" is now a radio hit

Stephanie Dan, Sony Music's acoustics gem

“Mang Inasal loves Filipino culture and music, especially our very own OPM. We believe that helping promote our own brand of music and artists is a part of our responsibility as a corporate citizen,” explains Mang Inasal Marketing Manager Enri Luzuriaga. “Giving our new artists their much-deserved break is an inherent value to Mang Inasal. We as a company has also a humble before becoming one of the biggest fastfood chains in Philippines today,” adds Luzuriaga. Mang Inasal Mang Aawit will be funding the recording of two promotional songs for every artist and the production of one music video that will be played heavily in close to 400 Mang Inasal stores nationwide. A compilation album of all these original songs will also be released within the year. “The Mang Inasal Mang Aawit music advocacy program comes at a time when OPM needs it the most. It is one big step to reviving our local music industry that was what was once the most influential in Asia,” related Mang Aawit Project Director Chris Cahilig. “I have no doubt that many of the eight breakthrough artists will soon become the most prominent OPM artists. And it would be good to remember in the future that they all started from Mang Inasal Mang Aawit,” adds Cahilig.

(The above contents is a Press Release)

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