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From singer-songwriters to rappers!
We love a good success story, especially if it involves second- or third-generation Filipino-American immigrants making waves in the music industry. We've heard all about the Filipino-Americans in Hollywood, from Lou Diamond Philips to Dave Bautista. And
She took violin classes through Skype.
Music lessons take a lot of time, money, and effort. For Filipina violinist KayCee Galano, there was an added requirement-a fast Internet connection. After a recital in 2011, the then ten-year-old musician met University of Cincinnati College - Conservatory of
This Chinese-Australian beauty vlogger is returning to her first love: music.
Ever since quitting her six-figure income job to pursue a vlogging career, Chinese-Australian beauty and lifestyle vlogger Wengie has acquired 12 million subscribers on YouTube. Now, she has a hit music video making its rounds! Not bad for a girl
We just found our post-summer anthem.
For all of us who've been following James Reid's career, we know he's seriously passionate about his music. While starring in a slew of hit teleseryes and movies in the past few years, James also juggled being a singer-
Muriel Gonzales reveals the perks and struggles of being in the local music industry.
The Ransom Collective (TRC) shot to fame at Wanderland back in 2014. With their debut album, "Traces," set for release this year, violinist Muriel Gonzales talks to us about the local indie music scene and what it's like being part of
She made 'em cry.
Miley Cyrus' little sister Noah is all grown up now! She was in Indio, California for Coachella and while she wasn't on the schedule for the main event, she performed at the nearby Lucky Brand's Desert Jam last Saturday. The
'Show me somethin' natural like ass with some stretch marks.'
It's only now that models are becoming more diverse and inclusive - and that's AWESOME. But it's also now that things like Instagram face and thigh gaps exist. While the modeling, fashion, and beauty industry are beginning to accept different
The five members identify as genderless.
Meet FFC-Acrush, they're a musical group consisting of five androgynous people assigned female at birth but who identify as genderless. They're all 20 years old or younger, and they're becoming *HUGE* celebrities in China. Also, I love them.
And it's 'Tearin' Up My Heart.'
Almost 15 years after *NSYNC announced they were going on "hiatus," Justin Timberlake has finally revealed why he left the group to launch a solo career-and his answer is surprisingly kind of shady.In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the
Does this mean he's also leaving One Direction?
Harry Styles' new solo material will "shock" the world, promises rocker Johnny McDaid.McDaid, a friend of the 22-year-old One Direction star, says they have been working together on an informal basis.Harry, who like McDaid, lives in Los Angeles
The apple doesn't fall far from the tree.
Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin's daughter Apple is following in her father's musical footsteps by singing and playing the guitar at a Christmas concert.Gwyneth shared a vid of the performance on Instagram and captioned the clip, "Best wishes and
Do musicians even earn from music streaming?!
Musicians don't earn a lot from it.An infographic created by information designer David McCandless at Information is Beautiful shows the artist revenue per play and how much music streaming users need to play their track so they can earn minimum
Lucky are those who snagged one.
1. You get to watch his gigs for free. Musicians' guests more often than not don't need to pay. Although it might also be because the ticket booth guys think you're performing.2. You get a free meal at the
I'm gonna write you, like, 12 songs that will blow your mind...but also I'm never around.
1. People will hit on them after shows and you will usually be there watching it happen.It is important that you do not act like a dick about this and that you are extra-awesome to me after shows. This way,
One of your favorite bands from the '90s is back with a brand new album--and they actually came here to promote it! See photos from the presscon.
When Hanson, the pop-rock band of brothers from Tulsa, Oklahoma, was recently in the Philippines to promote their highly-anticipated new studio record, Shout It Out, it felt like 1997 all over again--the year the trio skyrocketed to fame with
The country singer with a boy-next-door charm and a sexy deep voice bags the coveted <i>Idol</i> crown in the talent search's finals.
If snuggling up on the couch twice a week to catch American Idol has become a ritual, you'll know that Season 10 was one for the books. Filled with the drama of new judges, controversial eliminations, and a vocally charged cast (
We got to chat with the charming <i>American Idol</i> champ--before he hit the Manila stage--about his budding career, lasting romance, and who will win Season 10.
Admit it: sometimes after a great live episode of American Idol, you just want to ignore the "You Cannot Vote" disclaimer at the bottom of the screen, and pick up the phone to attempt an international call. We tune-in not just
A summer hunk should be hot in any backdrop--be it a beach or a city park. Meet the guy that will fulfill your summer fantasies in the <i>metro.</i>
Almost all your summer hunk shoots are at the beach (check out Cosmo's April ish to see 10 Steamy Summer Studs in all their half-naked glory on a picturesque beach resort!). But, you can appreciate a summer hunk in the
Cosmo attended the star-studded event honoring the best of Philippine music. Check out photos and highlights here.
Cosmo spent last Thursday evening partying at Music Museum with the hottest celebs and biggest Pinoy hitmakers of all time, including newlyweds Regine Velasquez and Ogie Alcasid, your favorite bands Parokya Ni Edgar and Kamikazee, Cosmo hunks Christian Bautista, JayR, Billy Crawford,
Pegged as the Philippines' own Owl City, Somedaydream, a.k.a. Rez Toledo, is the hot new act to watch for (and listen to) this summer.
We've grown up with OPM (original Pilipino music) that's either from our favorite Pinoy rock bands, balladeers, concert queens, or even boy bands. But, just as our tastes in fashion, men, and movies evolve, so do our taste in music,