Ask Candy: 14 OPM Songs You Need to Listen to If You Still Haven't

Song recos for your friends who don't listen to enough OPM.
by Macy Alcaraz   |  Aug 30, 2016
Image: Reese Lansangan ART Clare Magno
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Do you have friends who always ask you for new songs to listen to? In case they haven't been exposed to awesome OPM tunes, we put together a starter pack playlist. Check out the tracks below and we're pretty sure you'll be adding them to your on-repeat-forever mix.

Sam Potenciano, Editor In Chief

"Mariposa" by Sugarfree —Sam, Editor In Chief

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Steph Yapnayon, Art Director

"Exploration No. 5" by Reese Lansangan —Steph, Art Director

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Dyan Zarzuela, Entertainment and Features Editor

I'm really into the moody electronic scene these days so I'd recommend "Instead" by CRWN and BP Valenzuela, two of my favorite local artists who produce their own music. —Dyan, Managing Editor

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Ning Nuñez, Fashion and Beauty Assistant

"Kisapmata" by Rivermaya —Ning, Associate Fashion and Beauty Editor

Bianca Mascenon, Fashion and Beauty Assistant

"Harana" by Parokya Ni Edgar is a classic. —Bianca, Fashion and Beauty Assistant

Mara Agner, Assistant Lifestyle and Features Editor "Ninuno" by Bullet Dumas —Mara, Assistant Lifestyle and Features Editor
Macy Alcaraz, Web Managing Editor

Up Dharma Down's "Thinker," Chicosci's "Raspberry Girl," and Julianne's "Tulak ng Bibig." —Macy, Web Editor in Chief

Clare Magno, Web Art Director

Zia Quizon's "Ako Na Lang" —Clare, Web Art Director

Ayessa De La Peña, Web Assistant Section Editor

Up Dharma Down and Ebe Dancel's songs. My favorites are "Tadhana" and "Oo" from UDD and Ebe's "Bawat Daan and "Halik sa Hangin." :) —Ayessa, Web Assistant Section Editor


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