Going Global with GLOPM

Warner Music Philippines just launched GLOPM or Global Pinoy Music, a campaign meant to showcase Pinoy talents globally while creating opportunities for them to team up with other artists from around the world. 

WMP A&R Manager Kelley Mangahas explains: “GLOPM aspires to make Filipino artists be felt, seen, and heard on the world stage.”

WMP Managing Director Sarah Ismail adds: “GLOPM amplifies and elevates Filipino talent to the global community. I believe in the immense talent of Filipino artists and GLOPM is the perfect platform for us to do just that.”

GLOPM has launched its first set of releases. Indie-pop duo Leanne & Naara collaborated with internationally acclaimed producer August Rigo, who is known for his work with Justin Bieber, Chris Brown, Sean Kingston, and BTS among many others, for the single titled “Anticipation.”

Reon on the other hand, recorded “Back To The Times” with Grammy-nominated record producer Xerxes Bakker who worked with Maroon 5, Snoop Dogg, Imagine Dragons, Cee-Lo Green, Ella Eyre, Tungevaag, and Quintino.

“Good Old Days” by Quest is recorded with award-winning production duo Kuya Productions, who gained massive mainstream popularity with collaborations with Christina Aguilera, Jesse McCartney, Alessia Cara, and Jordin Sparks, to name a few.

Warner also welcomes Catriona Gray as the newest addition to the GLOPM roster.

She wrote a song titled “Love Language” which is recorded in collaboration with prominent Australian producer Cabu.

“This is a new chapter in my life as an artist and I am honored to be a part of Warner Music Philippines’ GLOPM initiative as this movement features aspirational talent of Filipinos in the field of music. ‘Love Language’ is my first foray in songwriting and it felt like such a perfect collaboration to work with Cabu for this single,” says Catriona.

“We feel positive and hopeful with GLOPM, and the months to come are very exciting. We are looking forward to sharing the work of our amazing artists as well as the producers they collaborated with,” says Ismail.

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Written by Tempo Desk

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