In 2001, Philippine female singer Aiza released Pagdating Ng Panahon (When the Time Comes).
Some of her nice movies cannot be uploaded on Youtube because of copyright infrigiment and video blockedworldwide (there are some portions of the following movies that are owned by abscbn) youtube notices me after i uploaded it, that's why i immediately removed it becaused i don't want my account to be ban in youtubethe followings are the movies of MEGASTAR that cannot be upload and post in youtube: ...It was a turbulent year for the whole world and Pinoy music artists were not spared from personal woes. Come to think of it, it did huge business throughout 2001 despite press releases that something is always being done by somebody to put a stop to intellectual theft.And in an effort to sell more albums, the practice of malling reached an all-time high last year as music artists, both local and foreign visitors went directly to the consumer. And be the best that we can be as caring, loving persons. Everybody took the direct-selling route as they toured the malls where they performed their songs and then autographed copies of their albums. It gives us the chance to make promises we intend to keep. Just think, if a hit album can sell double platinum, that means 80,000 pieces these days, you can bet that almost the same number was sold by pirates. Regine Velasquez had a huge box-office hit with Pangako Ikaw Lang, a hit in the charts with the theme song, several sold-out concerts and another successful album, Reigne.
The idea of how much the artists and producers lost by way of royalties and by the government in taxes makes you want to puke. But she got in trouble with the US Embassy and lost her visa for several months.What was otherwise another successful year for Martin Nievera was marred by his being accused of plagiarism. Michael Jackson, Michael Bolton, the late George Harrison and others had also faced similar cases. Kuh Ledesma not only faced marital problems, her Republic of Malate, a popular nightspot caught fire some weeks ago.An earlier venture, the Music Museum also burned some years back. The Japanese harpist who scored big with his series of Fingertrips albums was stabbed several times in his home in Malabon, an ironic twist to his decision to live in the Philippines because Pinoys are happy and friendly people.The title song, the folkish "Pagdating Ng Panahon," which is a love song, is one of the better Philippine compositions, while another Filipino composition, "I See You Lord," is a pleasant paean to God.Though the album shouldn't rely so much on remakes of foreign hits, Aiza handles all the material with confidence, and her interpretative ability is subtle and charismatic.Here you can Search, Play, Share and Download Music Albums & MP3 files, we also have a big database of Music Artists.