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Time to shine? Quest, Monty Macalino, Teddy Corpuz, Chito Miranda talk about ‘right timing’ to defend Michael Pacquiao from criticisms

“True. Also kanya-kanyang panahon lang yan. Maraming magaling at mas magaling pero di pa sumisikat or nabibigyang recognition ang talent. Wait ka lang, all great talents and hard work pays off. Baka hinuhulma pa ang character nila before sila lumabas. Humbling experience din yun.”

Musicians Chito Miranda, Teddy Corpuz, Quest, and Monty Macalino showed support for Michael Pacquiao and talked about ‘right timing’ amid negative impressions thrown against the latter.

Parokya ni Edgar vocalist Chito appreciated the rapping skills of the rising rap sensation, Michael.

“Ayus din yung tugtugan ng anak ni Pacquiao a…nakakabilib. Orig nya ba yun? Kung oo, sobrang astig. Kung hindi, ok lang…ang galing nya pa rin.” he said.

[The music of Pacquiao’s son is good, I’m impressed. Is it original? If yes, it’s so cool. If not, it’s okay, he’s still good]

Rapper and songwriter Quest shared his career experience when he just starting and encouraged other artists to continue their craft.

“Its a tough industry. Its always changing. Some will have to fight for their spot some will have it easy. But always think long term. So keep creating. Keep growing your craft. Keep releasing songs. Your music is your legacy. Compete with yourself. Stay in the grind.

“I had a flop first album, A gig less second year, 8 people including me in a gig, bunch of free gigs for exposure, 500 TF for me and my 4pc band, a bunch of released songs no one listens to anymore and Lots of rejected proposals. But I did not stop and I have no plans of stopping.

“This was pre-Spotify, Soundcloud, and all them streaming platforms that you guys enjoy now. TV, Radio, and gigs were the only avenue for us before. But we just kept creating. I believe it paid off for me eventually. So fight for your spot. Fight for your position. Keep creating.”

Monty Macalino, Mayonnaise frontman, also advised other artists to stop being envious of their fellow artists once they will succeed in their field.

“Dun sa mga naiinggit sa mas sikat sa kanila mas mayaman sa kanila mas magaling sa kanila, Oks lang yun pwede naman mainggit talaga, basta panindigan mo lang lahat ng sasabihin mo at galawan mo tas gamitin mo yang inggit mo sa mabuting bagay.” he wrote.

Teddy Corpuz agreed with Monty and said that it is all about the ‘right timing’.

“True. Also kanya-kanyang panahon lang yan. Maraming magaling at mas magaling pero di pa sumisikat or nabibigyang recognition ang talent. Wait ka lang, all great talents and hard work pays off. Baka hinuhulma pa ang character nila before sila lumabas. Humbling experience din yun.” Teddy affirms.



Recently, Michael Pacquiao, the second son of the boxer turned senator, Manny Pacquaio, publicized his rapping skills and was praised by many. His rap performance on WISH 107.5 bus already garnered about 7 million views. However, people criticized the alleged ‘privilege’ Michael is getting because of his famous family name.

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