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Bayang Barrios [Featured Agusanon]

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Bayang Barrios (born on June 12, 1968 to parents of Lumad origin) is a Filipino musician who hails from Bunawan, Agusan del Sur, and is known for her use of indigenous instruments and styles.
In 2005, Barrios' song Isipin Mo Na Lang was used in end credits of the indie Filipino film Ang Pagdadalaga Ni Maximo Oliveros (The Blossoming of Maximo Oliveros). In September 2008, she launched her fourth album entitled "Biyaya".

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Discography

Albums

  • Bayang Makulay (1997)
  • Singles (Bayang Barrios)
  • Harinawa (2002)

Singles

  • Hade (Etheria Theme Song)
  • Alay Sa Aking Mga Kapatid
  • Ayoko Na
  • Bagong Umaga
  • Habang Narito Pa
  • Ka Tribo Ko
  • Kay Tsong
  • Lalalala-laryang (Himig Ni Inay)
  • Malayo Man, Malapit Din - (Theme From Pinoy Abroad)
  • Mekaniko Ng Makina Ko
  • Mulat - (Theme From Limang Dekada)
  • Nasaan Na Tayo Ngayon
  • Saan Nanggagaling Ang Himig'?
  • Sanggol Sa Sinapupunan
  • "Matanglawin"
  • "Alon"
Bayang Barrios of Bunawan, Agusan del Sur flew to stardom when she won the Grand Prize at the prestigious 2003 Metro Manila Pop Music Festival for her song Malayo Man, Malapit Din. By then she has already produced two albums Bayang Makulay and Harinawa, and the popular single Bagong Umaga, a finalist at the same competition in 1996. She then came out with Alon (2004) and Biyaya (2009), which bagged the Philippine Movie Press Club Best Alternative Album of the Year.

Bayang is known for the voice behind the theme songs of hit television shows Encantadia, Etheria and Pinoy Abroad. She has reaped many awards and nominations, including 2003 MTV Choice of Women Achievers; 1998 Anvil Awards for the interpretation of Gary Granada's Lakbayin ang Pilipinas; 1997 Lorenzo Ruiz Award for Music from the Catholic Mass Media Awards (CMMA) for Bayang Makulay; 1997 Katha Awards for Best World Music Song (Bagong Umaga), Best Vocal Performance and Best Folk Song (Saan Nanggagaling ang Himig), Best Folk Arrangement (Alay sa mga Kapatid), and Best Album (Bayang Makulay); and 1996 Asian Vocalist Festival Golden Awardee at the Hanoi Music Festival.

source: oovrag 


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