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Sarah Geronimo – Sarah Geronimo Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 – 2011 ALBUM

Sarah Asher Tua Geronimo-Guidicelli (Tagalog pronunciation: [h?’??n?mo gw?d?t’t?eli], born July 25, 1988) is a Filipina singer, actress, television personality, and record producer. Geronimo rose to prominence in 2002, after winning the television singing contest Star for a Night earning her a recording contract with Viva Records and released her debut album Popstar: A Dream Come True in 2003.

Geronimo’s accolades include a Mnet Asian Music Award in 2012,[1] a MTV Europe Music Award in 2014,[2] a World Music Award in 2014,[3] and a Classic Rock Roll of Honour Award in 2016.

In February 2011, she had a Valentine concert with Martin Nievera titled “What Love Is” at the Araneta Coliseum.[41] Geronimo worked with Gerald Anderson in the film collaboration of Star Cinema and Viva Films entitled Catch Me, I’m in Love which was shown on March 23, 2011, in theaters nationwide and shown as a summer release in the Philippines. In November 2011, Geronimo made a movie again with Gerald Anderson in Won’t Last A Day Without You which earned ?20 million on its opening day.[citation needed] Geronimo signed an exclusive one-year contract with ABS-CBN, it states her future projects and commitments such as having a weekly solo show, an extension as a performer in ASAP Rocks, and a movie with John Lloyd Cruz for the third time.[42] Also this year, Geronimo is declared as the Princess of Philippine Movies by the Guillermo Mendoza Box Office Awards for her movie, Catch Me, I’m in Love together with Gerald Anderson.

In October of the same year, the singer took private lessons on Jazz music during her vacation in the USA. She was also vocally supervised by Yosha Honassan who later on became the writer some of her jazz songs.[citation needed]

Geronimo had her solo weekly musical-variety show every Sunday night titled Sarah G. Live! and her movie with John Lloyd Cruz is in production.[43]

In July 2012, Geronimo staged her fifth major solo concert in the “Big Dome” entitled 24/SG.[44] In November 2012, Geronimo was chosen as the “Bayanihan Ambassadress” of the Armed Forces of the Philippines.

In December 2012, Geronimo won a string of awards one of which is the Best Asian Artist Award (Philippines) at the recently concluded Mnet Asian Music Awards.[45] Geronimo also won major awards in Awit Awards, Aliw Awards and PMPC Star Awards for Music.

Sarah Geronimo – Sarah Geronimo Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 – 2011 ALBUM

In February 2011, she had a Valentine concert with Martin Nievera titled “What Love Is” at the Araneta Coliseum.[41] Geronimo worked with Gerald Anderson in the film collaboration of Star Cinema and Viva Films entitled Catch Me, I’m in Love which was shown on March 23, 2011, in theaters nationwide and shown as a summer release in the Philippines. In November 2011, Geronimo made a movie again with Gerald Anderson in Won’t Last A Day Without You which earned ₱20 million on its opening day.[citation needed] Geronimo signed an exclusive one-year contract with ABS-CBN, it states her future projects and commitments such as having a weekly solo show, an extension as a performer in ASAP Rocks, and a movie with John Lloyd Cruz for the third time.[42] Also this year, Geronimo is declared as the Princess of Philippine Movies by the Guillermo Mendoza Box Office Awards for her movie, Catch Me, I’m in Love together with Gerald Anderson.

In October of the same year, the singer took private lessons on Jazz music during her vacation in the USA. She was also vocally supervised by Yosha Honassan who later on became the writer some of her jazz songs.

Geronimo had her solo weekly musical-variety show every Sunday night titled Sarah G. Live! and her movie with John Lloyd Cruz is in production.

In July 2012, Geronimo staged her fifth major solo concert in the “Big Dome” entitled 24/SG.[44] In November 2012, Geronimo was chosen as the “Bayanihan Ambassadress” of the Armed Forces of the Philippines.

In December 2012, Geronimo won a string of awards one of which is the Best Asian Artist Award (Philippines) at the recently concluded Mnet Asian Music Awards. Geronimo also won major awards in Awit Awards, Aliw Awards and PMPC Star Awards for Music.

Sarah Geronimo – OPM – 2008 ALBUM

OPM is the first ever compilation album by Filipino singer Sarah Geronimo, released on December 22, 2008 in the Philippines by VIVA Records. It consists of OPM songs that she has released, may it be a single, an album track or a soundtrack. In 2010, it has been certified Platinum by the Philippine Association of the Record Industry, selling 25,000 copies in the country.

Sarah Geronimo – This 15 Me – 2018 ALBUM

This 15 Me is the thirteenth studio album of Filipino singer-actress Sarah Geronimo, the album also set as the 15th anniversary offering of the Philippine’s Princess of Pop. It was released on digital platforms on April 13, 2014, whilst physical copies became available on April 14, the day of Geronimo’s 15th anniversary concert with the same title, held at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. The album debuted at number one on both iTunes Philippines and Macau Album Charts and also landed on international iTunes charts including the United States, Singapore and Canada.

Sarah Geronimo – Music and Me – 2009 ALBUM

Music and Me is the seventh studio album by Filipino singer Sarah Geronimo, released in the Philippines on December 22, 2009 by VIVA Records. The album consists of revivals of both foreign and OPM classics. It features four of Geronimo’s past singles namely—”Can This Be Love”, “Very Special Love”, “You Changed My Life in a Moment” and “Something New in My Life”—all of which were used as soundtracks for Star Cinema films, which became box-office hits. Geronimo personally selected the tracks featured in the album.[1] Also included in the album is “Record Breaker”, a song from Geronimo’s Sunsilk endorsement.

The album was made available on digital download through iTunes on July 5, 2009.[2] It has reached Platinum status after a month of its release, eventually selling 20,000 copies.[citation needed] In August 2010, “Love Will Keep Us Together” was included in the album as a bonus track.