Moira Dela Torre’s soothing vocals and delicate melodies can have an undeniably soothing effect, yet her songs also provide comfort and healing.
“Paubaya” hitmaker Jaime has been hard at work creating her latest album and hopes we can hear it soon! In the meantime, here are her best hits that are sure to make you feel good!
Tagpuan, despite its serious and mature topic, is ultimately a film about love. It tells the tale of Allan and Agnes (his ex-wife) as they fall for Tanya (an energetic young woman with ambitions to follow her dreams in New York).
Mac Alejandre directed and Ricky Lee penned “Kiss Me Again”, winning two awards including Best Screenplay and Director at MMFF 2020 and another at Chauri Chaura International Film Festival of India where it earned Best Feature Film honors.
Kamikazee’s fourth studio album features 11 passionate love songs in their trademark style, as well as 3 hidden acoustic tracks: Huling Sayaw, Halik, and Tagpuan. Additionally, this CD contains singles Regal, Walang Wakas and Kay Tagal Kitang Hinintay for Universal Records releases.
2. Dito Ka Lang
KZ Dela Torre switches up her usual themes in this soulful love song dedicated to TJ Monterde, written and produced by KZ Dela Torre herself. Grammy awardee Jackie Boom mixed and mastered The Bakery LA’s Jett Galindo; arrangements were performed by Theo Martel while production by ABS CBN Creative Director Jonathan Manalo were completed for this track.
This emotive song from KZ Dela Torre is perfect for a relaxing weekend if you need to take a break from your busy schedule. Featuring various instruments that create its own distinctive sound, its lyrics are easily relatable; we have all experienced wanting something and longing for someone close.
3. Babalik Sa’yo
Babalik Sa’yo was written specifically for Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla’s 2 Good To Be True series, Babalik Sa’yo is a song about falling back in love with someone that fills your heart with happiness, and doing everything possible to stay with that person without giving up hope of ever being together again.
Moira disproved speculation that her track was about reconciling with Jason Hernandez, and instead posted a video to thank fans for supporting it and remind them it is just music.
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Paalam is a song about the end of an intimate relationship. In its lyrics, the protagonist laments about how hard it is for her to leave but keeps coming back; reflecting back on their good times together while hoping that someday, he will understand her reasons for leaving him.
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Kumpas refers to waving one’s arms in order to indicate movement within an tempo, usually used by orchestras when following their conductor and also drivers following traffic cops on their beat.
Released under Star Music, this emotive song describes finding someone special who acts as your guide and light during times of uncertainty and darkness. A must-listen for anyone on their quest for love!
This song from the trilogy explores regret over inflicting pain upon those we care for, depicting a story about an individual longing for another opportunity to apologize and make amends.
JM de Guzman and Anna Luna appeared in an emotive video depicting forgiveness and finding love again. While other videos in their trilogy depicted summer as a season for growth and freedom, this one highlighted fall season which symbolizes accepting what happens and forgiving others.
The music video for Patawad features choreography by Erik Santos and cinematography by Paolo Benjamin Guico of Ben&Ben. Produced by Eunice Jorge of Gracenote and released by Soupstar Music.
7. After Your Heart
Moira Dela Torre of the Philippines has embarked on an international concert tour, and attending one is sure to fill you with emotions of all sorts. Her heartbreaking songs can take you back to memories from happier times or remind of painful ones from your past.
Her early hit Malaya is a song about the difficulty of finding “the one.” Paalam deals with ghosting or being left in an intimate relationship without explanation; its haunting melody has made it one of her most-streamed hits on Mp3 Juice and has become an anthem for those suffering a broken heart.
Spencer Tracy and James Stewart team up in this World War II action film to aid the Allies by smuggling rubber out of Japan-controlled Malaya. Carnahan (Tracy), together with Luana (Valentina Cortese) and twelve trustworthy locals who are willing to put themselves in perilous circumstances in exchange for profiting from this job, form the core group committing their lives for Allied victory.
Lionel Barrymore and Sydney Greenstreet star in this movie with great star power; unfortunately it seems to fizzle out after starting off strong.
Gilbert Roland gets shortchanged as an adventurous friend; but Sydney Greenstreet’s scenes with his cockatoo are truly wonderful. A very enjoyable film but perhaps not an exceptional one: 4/10.
9. Patawad (Remix)
With its simple skank that will have both kids and adults dancing along, Dela Torre’s latest song proves her talent as a future classic. Not to mention, its inclusion is welcome to her music library as she embraces OPM roots within the genre. Furthermore, rapper Gloc-9 contributes his unique take on an experience that has touched so many Filipinos abroad – this remix version should definitely not be missed! A must-listen!
Rating: 7/10 – Reviews by Darren B.
Moira Dela Torre made an emotional return on Friday (13/05), with the release of her heartwarming single “Kumpas,” serving as theme music for Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla’s new teleserye, 2 Good 2 Be True.
The song discusses having someone special serve as our compass in times of darkness or providing direction when we get lost – they are there for us no matter what comes our way.You can also listen to the Kumpas song on Tubidy without any subscription cost.
Kumpas features minimal instrumentation–bass and drums only–allowing its lyrics to shine through. Its relaxed yet lively feel perfectly suits Netflix, iWantTFC, Kapamilya Channel, A2Z and Jeepney TV’s romantic comedy series that debuts May 13. Watch its full trailer here!