Friday, December 8, 2023

Tribute Through Talent: Filipinos Serenade Frontliners In Original Song

Spotlight

Medical Experts Recommend Strict Health Protocols For Public Transportation

Medical experts are calling for strict health protocols among commuters to be able to increase the public transport capacity which is currently operating on...

Commuters Call For Increase Of Seating Capacity On Public Utility Vehicles, Urges DOH To Release Data Breakdown To Stop Undue Worry

In cities with a limited number of public transport vehicles plying the road, the commuting sector is asking government to consider increasing jeepney’s seating...

Clean Air Philippines Movement Inc. (CAPMI) Releases Statement On Social Distancing

The Clean Air Philippines Movement Inc. (CAPMI) releases statement on social distancing on mass transport. According to CAPMI, in order to reduce physical distancing inside...

24K Jeepney, Tricycle, and UV Express Drivers Receive Food Packs From SM Foundation

Over 24,000 drivers were given relief goods from the SM Foundation.



The compassion and willingness to help among Filipinos during crucial times have been proven over the years. And these traits have been showcased once again as the nation faces a crisis with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Filipinos are always known to be resilient. In spite of the physical restrictions due to the ECQ, we still manage to find ways to contribute and help through various platforms such as social media.

Due to the immense free time some have on their hands these days, talents are being discovered from here and there. Among these gifted Filipinos is this group of music artists who recorded an original song for the frontliners.

On April 16, lawyer Michelle Duguil (who goes by the name Dg Mc on Facebook) uploaded the music video of ‘HEAL AS ONE’ on Facebook. In the entry, she also revealed that she did not come up with the idea, but her dad.

Yul Duguil (as credited in the post), 67, was initially determined to help out frontliners and street dwellers amid the COVID-19 outbreak, but was unable to due to his age and pre-existing conditions— to which Michelle joked how frustrating it is to raise a parent.

Eventually, he figured out an outlet where he can creatively channel his good intentions: music.

In a song titled, ‘HEAL AS ONE’, lyricist and composer Yul Duguil odes to the brave frontliners, who are working hand in hand to fight the pandemic. It even has a very relevant and moving rap verse!

“I’m confident I will be saved ’cause you’re my friend and hero,” Yul wrote to the modern-day heroes.

Kudos to Yul Duguil and the fellow artists! Listen to ‘HEAL AS ONE’ below:




[fbcomments width=”1000″]

Latest News

Medical Experts Recommend Strict Health Protocols For Public Transportation

Medical experts are calling for strict health protocols among commuters to be able to increase the public transport capacity which is currently operating on...

Commuters Call For Increase Of Seating Capacity On Public Utility Vehicles, Urges DOH To Release Data Breakdown To Stop Undue Worry

In cities with a limited number of public transport vehicles plying the road, the commuting sector is asking government to consider increasing jeepney’s seating...

Clean Air Philippines Movement Inc. (CAPMI) Releases Statement On Social Distancing

The Clean Air Philippines Movement Inc. (CAPMI) releases statement on social distancing on mass transport. According to CAPMI, in order to reduce physical distancing inside...

Gov’t Reminds Filipino Healthcare Workers Of Deployment Ban

The national government is reminding Filipino healthcare workers of a temporary deployment ban in the wake of the public health emergency caused by the...

Plans Need Harmonized Response Up To Local Level: Galvez

The second phase of the government's national action plan (NAP) against the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) pandemic seeks to ensure smooth crisis response from the...

‘Strict’ Enforcement Of Localized Lockdowns In GCQ Zones Ordered

Despite the further relaxation of quarantine rules nationwide, the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF-EID) has ordered the “strict”...

No More Extension Of Moratorium For LSI, ROFs

The city government will no longer extend the requested moratorium on the arrival of locally stranded individuals (LSIs) and returning overseas Filipinos (ROFs) coming...

24K Jeepney, Tricycle, and UV Express Drivers Receive Food Packs From SM Foundation

Over 24,000 drivers were given relief goods from the SM Foundation.

SM Foundation Allocates Ventilators To Hospitals With High COVID-19 Cases

SM Foundation donates 25 ICU-grade ventilators to hospitals with high COVID-19 cases across the country, as part of its continuing pandemic response.