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Andrew E – Much More Wholesome

Andrew Espiritu (born July 30, 1967), better known as Andrew E.,
is a popular Filipino Rap Artist, Record Producer, Dongalo Wreckords CEO,
Fedex WSC Director, Dongalo Clothing President, and Movie actor. He is
best known throughout the Philippines for 1990 debut hit single
Humanap Ka Ng Panget. Won at the 2010 PMPC Star Awards for Music,
the “Rap Album Of The Year Award” for his latest album “CLUBZILLA”.
Andrew E. also known as the KING OF PINOY RAP in the Philippines.

Andrew E – Wholesome

Andrew Espiritu (born July 30, 1967), better known as Andrew E.,
is a popular Filipino Rap Artist, Record Producer, Dongalo Wreckords CEO,
Fedex WSC Director, Dongalo Clothing President, and Movie actor. He is
best known throughout the Philippines for 1990 debut hit single
Humanap Ka Ng Panget. Won at the 2010 PMPC Star Awards for Music,
the “Rap Album Of The Year Award” for his latest album “CLUBZILLA”.
Andrew E. also known as the KING OF PINOY RAP in the Philippines.

Lani Misalucha – The Gift of Christmas

Lani Bayot Misalucha is a Filipino singer who performs pop, rock, jazz, soul, rhythm and blues, and operatic arias. Her ability to sing across several genres gave her the title “Asia’s Nightingale” by MTV Southeast Asia. She was also nominated for an Aliw Award for playing Sita in the 1999 Filipino musical Rama at Sita – The Musical.

Claire Dela Fuente – The Christmas Album

Clarita Crisostomo Dela Fuente-De Guzman (born December 28, 1958), better known as Claire de la Fuente, is a Filipino singer who achieved celebrity status in the late 1970s with the jukebox hit “Sayang”. She was given the title “Asia’s Sweetest Voice” because of her sweet voice. She was dubbed “the Karen Carpenter of the Philippines” as her voice has a striking resemblance to that of the late singer. Her first album in 1977 was then the Philippines’ biggest ever seller. She went on to record seven more albums. Besides “Sayang”, she is also known for hits like “Minsan-Minsan” and “Nakaw Na Pag-ibig”.

She was given the title “Queen of Tagalog Songs” alongside Rico J. Puno as her counterpart. She was also named “Jukebox Queen” together with her contemporaries Imelda Papin, Eva Eugenio and the late Didith Reyes, and was also dubbed as “Asia’s Sweetest Voice”.

In 2008, she teamed up with Richard Carpenter for her international album Something In Your Eyes.