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Top 10 OPM (Original Pilipino Music) Songs of 2011

Posted on: December 31, 2011 under Music, OPM Just As Good

Top 10 OPM songs of 2011

After three hundred and sixty five days of OPM 2011, which artists made waves? Which songs became engraved in the mainstream consciousness? Let’s have a look at the top 10 OPM (original Pilipino music) that conquered the music scene during the year that was 2011. Do take note that I don’t have airplay stats or record sales stats as bases for the rankings. I based my rankings on how popular I think the songs have become, and on how likely these songs will stay on my playlist without being skipped regularly. In short, the more popular and more replay-friendly the song is, the higher it would rank in the countdown.

10 – Kung Siya ang Mahal – Sarah Geronimo

Truth be known, I feel like Kung Siya ang Mahal is one of Sarah Geronimo‘s more boring songs. The song is not very striking to say the least. The pop princess I see here is someone I’ve already seen in the past. It almost feels like she recorded the song back in 2003. Sarah’s vocal performance here doesn’t do much in the way of relaying that she is broken-hearted. By default though, any song from Sarah Geronimo is bound for chart success though what with her very active, very supportive, very loyal fans eager for her every success.

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9 responses to “Top 10 OPM (Original Pilipino Music) Songs of 2011”

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  2. meramie says:

    talaga lang ha…

  3. ashley baifern says:

    galing mo aman idol..,

  4. hello justinbreathes :D just dropping here in your blog! Well, for this year 2012 if you want you can visit my blog to see my top 10 OPM songs :)

  5. Kung Siya ang Mahal – Sarah Geronimo is really popular in the year 2011 :) Anyway, if you care for an exchange link you can visit my blog at Latest OPM Songs.

  6. Pinoy OPM Lover says:

    no offense pra kay sarah fans pero di nyo na isip madaming pang rock bands mas maganda ang songs pure composers pa wlang revive..?! sna mga rockbands po ilagay nyo lahat :) itchyworms,rivermaya,eraserheads,parokya ni edgar,6cyclemind,silent sunctuary,siakol,yano,kitchie nadal and so on… sikat po ang mga songs ng mga rockbanda noon kaya dpat po cla ang nasa list :) reccommend ko lng po yan :)

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