Ang Galing! Inka Magnaye Is Also The Voice Behind This *Iconic* Radio Spiel

So cool!
by Mylene Mendoza   |  Jun 24, 2020
Image: INSTAGRAM/INKAMAGNAYE (LEFT), TWITTER/INKAMAGNAYE (RIGHT)
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Flashback to when you're on the way to school and the jeepney or UV Express you were riding was blasting the radio every morning. When you finally get to school, the radio station's commercial spiels will be replaying over and over inside your head. #GoodTimes

If you miss casually listening to your favorite radio stations or if you're just curious about the cool voices you hear over the radio, here's one fun fact that might be of interest to you.

The voice behind the popular radio spiel of 99.5 Play FM is actually Inka Magnaye, where she served as a DJ for eight years. So cool! The voiceover artist recently shared the info on Twitter:

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In case you didn't know, Inka first drew attention online when she posted a TikTok about being the voiceover artist for Philippine Airlines together with her mom, who also had did the same thing back in the '90s. 

She's also done a lot of demos featuring her impressive voiceover skills on Instagram! She does her own versions of radio plugs using K-pop artists' songs. Here's one she did for TWICE's recently released track "More & More":

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