On Feb. 9, the annual MYX nominations night for the music awards was held at 12 Monkey Music Hall& Pub in Makati. Artists, musicians, and celebrities gathered around to show support and celebrate this glorious event for artists alike.
Meanwhile, MCA Music was already on a good spot with a roster that dominated the nominations night for being nominated in different categories.
Darren Espanto was the most nominated for being included in five categories – Favorite Music Video (Directed by Ian Galsim), Favorite Song for “Stuck”, Favorite Artist, Favorite Male Artist, and Favorite MYX Celebrity VJ.
Next to Darren is The Voice Kids season 1 finalist, Juan KarlosLabajo who was nominated for Favorite Male Artist, Favorite Mellow Video for “Para Sa ‘Yo” (Directed by Frank Lloyd Mamaril), and Favorite MYX Celebrity VJ.
Jason Dy the haranista heartthrob was nominated for Favorite New Artist. The veteran rockers Pupil is nominated for Favorite Rock Video for “Why” (Directed by Mike Talampas& Nick Santiago).
Lastly on the local roster of MCA Music, rapper Ron Henley was nominated for Favorite Urban Video for “Langit” (Directed by Jasper Salimbangon).
MCA Music International artists were all nominated in the same category for Favorite International Video; Taylor Swift for “Bad Blood,” the kings of the new broken scene, 5 Seconds Of Summer was also nominated for the song “She’s Kinda Hot”, and lastly Ariana Grande’s “One Last Time”.
To vote, visit myxph.com/myxmusicawards! You can vote ONCE per IP address, per category, per day. Voting ends at 11”P69 p.m. on March 31.
It’s evident that MCA Music is having a busy and fruitful start of the year with the number of nominations!
For inquiries and bookings on MCA Music artists, contact SokiMunar at +639209682991 or +632 9162504 or email email@example.com. For more information on MCA Music artists- log on to the following sites: Facebook- MCA Music (Universal Music Philippines), Instagram- mca_music, Twitter- @mca_music.
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