Listen To The Latest Version ‘Pinoy Big Brother’ Theme Song Here
PINOY BIG BROTHER – Filipino singer-songwriter Rico Blanco is the voice behind the latest version of the original PBB theme song, “Pinoy Tayo.”
The Kapamilya network recently announced that the iconic ‘Pinoy Big Brother’ house is opening its doors again. This is the 10th season of the famous reality show. The first-ever edition first aired in 2005.
PBB has produced a lot of housemates who became famous and successful like Maymay Entrata, Kim Chiu, Ejay Falcon, Melai Cantiveros, and Myrtle Sarrosa. In a previous article, Kim aired her worries after seeing the current situation of the iconic yellow house.
For the 10th season, PBB will be divided into three (3) “Communities”: celebrity, teen, and adult. The auditions for adult housemates aging 20 to 40 years old started last Sept. 1 and will end on Sept. 30. Meanwhile, the auditions for teens aging 15 to 19 will be from Dec. 1 to 31.
Aside from the housemates, the song that serves as the soundtrack of the show can be considered as a trademark too. The moment you hear the song “Pinoy Ako,” you will instantly think of PBB for sure.
Original Pinoy Music (OPM) icon Rico Blanco is the voice behind the latest version of the theme song for PBB. He integrated it with traditional Pinoy music elements in the melody.
The singer-songwriter collaborated with Orange and Lemons member Clem Castro and award-winning composer Jonathan Manalo in writing the song. While some words were added and removed in the reimagined version of “Pinoy Ako,” the message remained the same. The new version of the song is part of Jonathan’s 20-year celebration in the music industry.
Listen to the song below:
In a previous article, Rico Blanco performed the new version of “Pinoy Ako” on “ASAP Natin To” on Sunday. His girlfriend Maris Racal was also on stage along with other ex-PBB housemates Loisa Andalio, Melai Cantiveros, Maymay Entrata, Kim Chiu, Robi Domingo, and Edward Barber.
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