Wish 107.5 celebrates 7th year with music and 7 ‘Gifts of Love’

Marje Pelayo   •   August 23, 2021   •   798

MANILA, Philippines — In its seventh year, Wish highlighted seven different charitable acts benefiting the underprivileged across the country to make the celebration more meaningful.

These charities included a seven-day food caravan to 100 children with disabilities in Cavite; the installation of free potable water supply for a community in Barangay Vinapor, Agusan Del Norte; installation of 30 solar lamps for the Dumagat Tribe of Sitio Tala in Tanay, Rizal; and distribution of free grocery items to 740 indigents nationwide.

The station also granted a food cart business to three deserving breadwinners from the National Capital Region;  donated printers and paper supplies to five schools in Bicol, Rizal, and Quezon for the printing of modules; and the construction of a new home for a single parent in Mauban, Quezon who has never had a permanent shelter for four years.

Hindi nga po ako makapaniwala na bahay namin ito. Sabi ko, sa mga apo ko, masayang masaya ako. At least, kapag nabagyo, ang mga anak ko hindi na kailangan pang lumikas. Dito na lang sa akin pupunta,” said beneficiary Yolanda Garcia.

(Translation: I still can’t believe that this house is ours. I told my grandchildren how happy I am. At least, during typhoons, my children won’t need to evacuate. They can just stay with me.)

Sunday’s anniversary was the second time Wish 107.5 held a virtual anniversary concert that featured OPM artists to give back and entertain their fans amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

OPM stars who graced the occasion included Asia’s phoenix, Morissette Amon; singer-songwriter Moira dela Torre; indie-pop duo, Leanne and Naara; alternative rock and pop band Magnus Haven; R&B band Soul Republiq; and solo performances from Arthur Nery, Janine Teñoso and Zild.

“I will always be grateful to my Wish family for continuing to believe in me and for allowing me to share my music on their platform since the beginning. Because of a lot of my Wishclusives, I was able to get recognition from all over the world and that has opened up so many opportunities not just for me but for so many OPM artists as well,” Morissette said as she recalled how Wish 107.5 played a role in her career.

“I will always be proud to have grown with the station and witness its early years to what it is now,” she added.

The innovator and the man behind Wish 107.5, Kuya Daniel Razon, said the station hopes to continue to be of service to our fellow men through music and acts of charity, with the help and mercy of God.

“We at Wish 107.5 will continue to spend our God-given time as wisely as we can, sa tulong po at sa awa ng Panginoon (with God’s help and mercy),” he said.

“We will continue to grab every opportunity to share the amazing talent of our Filipino artists all over the world and to spread love and compassion to everyone. And in the coming years, we will continue to be of service to Filipino artists and our fellowmen in need. It’s because we believe in good music, hopeful wishes and more importantly good works are worth spending time on,” Razon said.

Wish USA Special features global Filipino talents for month-long Independence Day celebration

Aileen Cerrudo   •   June 7, 2021

Wish USA has a lot in store for the month-long celebration of the Philippine Independence Day, featuring global Filipino talents.

During the celebration opening on Friday (June 4), Morgan Ashley also known as DJ Mo sang a heartwarming cover of “Til My Heartaches End” inside the Wish USA Bus.

DJ Mo said singing the song brought out a lot of emotions and that she is happy to have performed it.

“I’m very excited, I love bringing the whole Filipino culture to the next level. I feel honored that I am being a part of it,” she said.

Stay tuned for more Wishclusive performances as Wish USA celebrates Philippine Independence Day for the whole month of June.

Every Friday at 3:00 a.m., a Wishclusive performance will be featured on Wish USA YouTube channel.

Meanwhile, on June 10, singer-songwriter Raining Sorrow or RS will perform an original song.

American singer Noelle Lydyoff will also sing “With a Smile” by Eraserheads.

“There will be an end to this COVID. It’s not going to last forever. We will be back to normal sometime and that you can persevere through it. And as the song said, there will be people that can be alongside you and help you go through hard times like this,” she said. AAC (with reports from Sonny Cos)

5 SB19 Wish 107.5 performances you should watch

Aileen Cerrudo   •   May 14, 2021

MANILA, Philippines—SB19 has stormed its way to the 2021 Billboard Music Awards (BBMA) by being nominated for Top Social Artist. This P-Pop boy group have danced and sang their way into the hearts of Filipinos and netizens across the globe.

This year, SB19 has hoarded recognitions and various awards including Wish Pop Song of the Year for “Love Goes”, Wish Group of the Year, and Wishers’ Choice during the virtual 6th Wish Music Awards (WMAs) in January.

Recently, the BBMA announced SB19’s nomination for the Top Social Artist along with  top global artists K-Pop groups BTS, Blackpink and Seventeen; and Ariana Grande.

If you’re still discovering their musical talent, here are five Wish 107.5 performances you should watch. If you’re an A’tin, rewatching these videos is a fun recap of the group’s musical evolution.

You can enjoy more Wish 107.5 videos through the Wish 1075 app. Listen to Wish FM 107.5’s mini-live concerts, wish-granting shows and music programming on your smartphone.

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SB19 performs “Go Up” 

The group released their first single “Tilaluha” in 2018. During the 5th Wish Music Awards, SB19 performed their second single “Go Up”.

SB19 performs “Alab”

In March 2020, SB19 released their third single “Alab”. Their Wishclusive performance has already reached over 1 million views.

SB19 performs “Ikako”

Another Wish performance that reached a million views. SB19 dedicated this performance to those struggling and fighting amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.

SB19 performs “Love Goes”

Witness SB19’s stunning live performance of “Love Goes”.

SB19 performs “Hanggang sa Huli”

From their debut album “Get in the Zone”, the song talks about faithful love — the kind that last beyond the end of a relationship.

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Wish 107.5, Asian-American rappers celebrate AAPI Heritage Month

Aileen Cerrudo   •   May 13, 2021

MANILA, Philippines — Wish 107.5 and several Asian-American rappers banded together to celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month.

A group of Asian-American rappers released a 15-track album called ‘Face Value’, an Asian-American history on record. The song contains tracks that depicts the history, and experiences of discrimination in previous years.

In a virtual conference hosted by Wish 107.5, Jason Chu said they are trying to put Asian-American history on record. He also said that it is also important that their music is also supported by their own community.

“I’m sure many of you are aware of how deeply impacted the global Asian Community has been by COVID-19 right this pandemic is attacking not only our bodies but our communities there have been so much racism and we didn’t want to just you know approach it. We wanted to dig in a little bit more right and we wanted to tell the history of our communities,” he said.

Among the composers is rapper Alan Z who wrote ‘Model Minority’ sung by Filipino-American singer-songwriter AJ Rafael. The song is about the violence experienced by a Filipino in New York City.

“It was really cool because it was my first time working with AJ on like a writing level and to hear him perform and executed the way like I had in my head with the melody it’s magical. That’s one of those kind of moments you’ll cherish knowing that you work with somebody of that stature,” according to Alan Z.

Neela, one of the artists, said there is a need to bring communities and culture together through music.

“There is so much division within all of the community sometimes and as part of the younger generation, I feel like we really have the power to bring all of our communities together and let you know the effects of colonialism that I’ve kind of divided our communities really unite each other and I think music is a great way to do that,” she said.

Songs in Face Value were performed by Crazy Rich Asians actor Ronny Chieng, rapper Chow Mane, Ruby Ibarra, and many others.  (With reports from Sonny Cos)


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