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Catch One Music’s “FRESH: Filipino Rappers Elevating the School of Hip-Hop” at the Ynares Center Antipolo on October 20

  • One Music’s FRESH concert will showcase the talent of today’s hip-hop’s biggest names and stellar artists.
  • Tickets are available at SM Tickets.

One Music, ABS-CBN’s music portal, will gather the Philippines’ biggest names in hip-hop and up-and-coming artists for a live digital concert called “FRESH: Filipino Rappers Elevating the School of Hip-Hop” at the Ynares Center Antipolo on October 20.

The concert, which will also be streamed live on onemusic.ph, will be headlined by the “Ngayong Gabi” hitmaker Al James, underground hip-hop pioneer Third Flo’, alternative hip-hop collective 727 Clique, and the viral hip-hop group Ex-Battalion.

Fans can expect these artists to drop the freshest beats as they gather for the hottest hip-hop collaboration this year, as they perform their trending hits such as “Hayaan Mo Sila,” “Pahinga,” “Teritoryo,” and “Seven Two Seven.”

Also joining “FRESH” are renowned FlipTop emcee Loonie, rapper Ron Henley, RnB singer John Roa, with special participation of the rising singing group Wishfuls.

Tickets for “FRESH” are sold at SM Tickets (smtickets.com) and Kapamilya Tickets (ktx.abs-cbn.com). They are priced at P1,000 (VIP center with meet-and-greet), P850 (ringside, comes with a free shirt), and P500 (gallery).

“FRESH” is the newest addition to One Music’s digital concert series featuring the brightest Filipino talents. Like One Music’s previous digital concerts, the show will be available online to fans, anyone with an internet connection and a mobile device or desktop computer.

To watch the digital concert for free, fans must create an account on www.onemusic.ph, where they can also get instant access to music playlists, charts, videos, news and features about their favorite artists.



For updates, just like www.facebook.com/OneMusicPH or follow @OneMusicPH on Twitter and Instagram.

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