Senator Bato Dela Rosa “Ang Ang Ang” Made into a Song

Musician Makes “Ang Ang Ang” Senator Bato Dela Rosa in to a Song

A social media musician makes the viral “Ang Ang Ang” statement of Senator Ronald “Bato” Dela Rosa into a song.

Sean Al, a local artist, made a song out of dela Rosa’s repeated pronunciation of the word “Ang” during a Senate session. The “Ang” word of Bato was heard during the Senate Public Order and Dangerous Drugs Committee’s investigation into the assassination of Negros Oriental Governor Roel Degamo.

Dela Rosa voiced dissatisfaction with the alleged involvement of some police officers in what some called a “breakdown” of the criminal justice system in Negros Oriental. The Senator sobbed as he implored the Philippine National Police (PNP) to begin repairing itself, especially given its role in the recent wave of political killings.

Bato Ang Ang

Meanwhile, Sean Al is known for using music and writing songs based on the statements or words of well-known people in the country. Dela Rosa’s viral interaction with a cop in which he continuously said “Ang” was incorporated into his new song.

His song received 14k views on his YouTube channel, while it received 533k views, 29k reactions, and 2k comments on his TikTok account. Many netizens were amused by the use of Sean Al’s music in this context. Sean Al X Sen Bato – Ang ang ang #memesong #batodelarosa #fyp #seanal #funny ♬ original sound – Sean Al

Sean Al, 25, is an award-winning singer, guitarist, and composer. He is most renowned for his distinctive fusion of hip-hop and pop music. He is also recognized for creating songs based on viral memes and social media posts.

He has just released a song about the pledge in order to promote Senator Alan Peter Cayetano’s P10,000 aid bill.

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