Music Videos

“Puso at Diskarte” – Astro, D-Coy, Honcho, Layzie Fu, Mike Kosa, Pricetagg, Zargon

“Puso at Diskarte” – Astro, D-Coy, Honcho, Layzie Fu, Mike Kosa, Pricetagg, Zargon

Some of the most respected names in Pinoy Hip-Hop have collaborated in this latest track produced by Def Jam Philippines and Cursebox.

Titled “Puso at Diskarte”, this track features, Astro, D-Coy, Honcho, Layzie Fu, Mike Kosa, Pricetagg and Italy based Pinoy Rap artist, Zargon.

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“Talo mainip” – AQL feat. Tempo

“Talo mainip” – AQL feat. Tempo

Caloocan based rap artist, AQL releases his latest track and music video featuring Tempo. Titled “Talo mainip”, track is written by both AQL and Tempo plus the music video is directed and edited by Bryan Medina Films.

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“Kisapmata” – Big Chop

“Kisapmata” – Big Chop

One of most versatile Pinoy Rap artist to come out in the scene, Big Chop releases his latest music video titled, “Kisapmata” with direction and editing by Luke Bastardo.

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“IMOUT” (Cypher 3) – 1096 Gang

“IMOUT” (Cypher 3) – 1096 Gang

Pinoy Hip-Hop collective, 1096 Gang recently released their third and latest cypher track titled, “IMOUT”.

The track is written by the members of 1096 Gang themselves and is directed by John Selirio


Juan Thugs n Harmony performs “Bakit Ngayon Ka Lang”, LIVE at the Wish 107.5 Bus

Juan Thugs n Harmony performs “Bakit Ngayon Ka Lang”, LIVE at the Wish 107.5 Bus

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony influenced, Juan Thugs n Harmony performs their latest track, “Bakit Ngayon Ka Lang” live at the Wish 107.5 Bus.


Suntok ng Kamao – Dhictah x KMG (feat. Tatz Maven, KJah and DJ Arthug)

“Suntok ng Kamao” – Dhictah x KMG (feat. Tatz Maven, KJah and DJ Arthug)

Uprising, one of the most respected record labels in The Philippines has released this brand new track with Dhictah and KMG featuring, Tatz Maven, Kjah and DJ Arthug.

Production and mastering by KMG.

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“Kumusta Na 3” – Death Threat feat. Jcrwn

Kumusta Na 3″ – Death Threat feat. Jcrwn

The premier gangsta rap group in The Philippines is back with Part-III of their iconic track featuring Jcrwn.

“Kumusta Na 3” is composed by the group itself and the music video is both directed and edited by Joanna Reyes.

This video is brought to you by Sony Music Philippines and by Cholo Sediaren as producer.

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“A L A R M A” – Bass Rhyme Posse x Sevenes

“A L A R M A” – Bass Rhyme Posse x Sevenes

One of the premier rap groups in The Philippines collabos with Sevenes in this brand new track.

The music video is shot in Los Angeles and is produced and directed by Sevenes himself.

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“MATSALAB” – 1096 Gang

MATSALAB” – 1096 Gang

The Pinoy Hip-Hop collective, 1096 Gang known for their hit cypher track, “Pajama Party” is back with this new summer-themed track with production from EMZEE.

Music video is filmed and directed by Mike Gem Tolentino and powered by TMP Production.

Album Reviews Scene

Album Review: Kemikal Ali and DJ Arbie Won – Bukas Uulan ng Mga Bara

Album Review

Title: Bukas Uulan ng Mga Bara

Artist: Kemikal Ali and DJ Arbie Won

Year: 2018

Label: Uprising

By Webmasta

One of the most prolific MCs in Pinoy Hip-Hop and a member of BB Clan, Kemikal Ali teams up with DJ Arbie Won aka. The Beat Traveller and produced this classic collaboration album.

Bukas Uulan ng Mga Bara (BUNMB) was released back in 2018 under Uprising Records, Philippines.

A review of the tracks

Bukas Uulan ng Mga Bara has 15 tracks of pure Pinoy Hip-Hop!

  1. “Raffy Entrada” – This introductory track showcases DJ Arbie Won’s turntable skills and sampling some of Kemikal Ali’s iconic tracks. The track continues with Kemikal Ali introducing the listener to the album.

  2. “Pwersa” – The first full rap track in BUNMB. This grimy sounding track starts with sampling KRS-One’s vocals in the track, “Mad Crew” and proceeds with Kemikal Ali expressing the issue of people with influence “can get away with murder”.

  3. “OTW Na” – The third track in this album has Kemikal Ali express being on his way to a DJ / MC session and elevate himself and Pinoy Hip-Hop as a whole. And being late is not an option.

  4. Hari Ng Dada” – The fourth track where Kemikal Ali deals with several issues from dirty politicians and dirty media to the so-called “Padrino System”. This is supported by a “rapid style” beat produced by DJ Arbie Won and is fused with Indian elements.

  5. “Wag Kang Iyakin” – A diss track towards a specific dirty and corrupted politician or any other person with such nature.

  6. “Panalo Bigayan” – Kemikal Ali collaborates with fellow Circulo Pugantes / Chinese Mafia member Klutch B. in this hard pounding, politically themed track.

  7. “Rekta Sa Kalye” – This “spoken-word” track has trap music fused with Pinoy Hip-Hop. And trap music here is taken in the next level supported by Kemikal Ali’s strong punch-lines.

  8. “Palong Palo” – The eighth track in this album. A “spoken-word” track aimed at a specific person.

  9. “Eskoba” – This relaxing track makes you feel drunk.

  10. “Mister Lamon” – A politically themed diss track aimed at dirty and corrupt politicians.

  11. “Lumang Dialekto” – This is my favorite track in the entire album and arguably, Kemikal Ali’s strongest. A “spoken-word” track where he showcases his lyrical ability supported with beats and scratches by DJ Arbie Won.

  12. “Bolo Brigade” – A “posse-cut” track featuring Apoc, K-Jah, BLKD, Sayadd, Emar Industriya and LA based Fil-Am MC, Bambu.

  13. “Mr. Chairman” – This intense diss track is aimed at corrupt politicians notably those in The Lower House. The track ends with scratch effects of President Duterte talking profanity.

  14. “Sino Ba Sa Inyo” – A collabo track with Jaime Labrado aka. O.W.P.O. of Madd Poets.

  15. “F na F” – The album completes with this hardcore “spoken-word” track featuring Anak Ni Bakuko.

Notable Quotes

“Mahalaga parin kumilos kapatid; Pag dating sa dulo may magandang kapalit”

Kemikal Ali – OTW Na


Kemikal Ali’s lyrical mastery, combined with DJ Arbie Won’s turntable skills and beatmaking supremacy made BUNMB the definitely Pinoy Hip-Hop album!

Seriously this is one of the best Pinoy Hip-Hop albums EVER if not the best. And there are times that I even rank this over Francis M.’s iconic album, Rap is Francism which to me has been my no.1 Pinoy Hip-Hop album ever since its release.

I really enjoyed listening to Kemikal Ali’s lyrics and punch-lines and he delivered them very well. And DJ Arbie Won’s production matched Ali’s flow.

My top 3 favorites are “Lumang Dialekto”, “F Na F” and “OTW Na”. Though I liked every track in this album and are iconic in its own right.

Though I found a few disappointments in this album such the skit at the beginning of “Panalo Bigayan” featuring Klutch B.. Some listeners prefer skipping this skit and forward straight to the track. Another is “Bolo Brigade” and while I really like the collaboration, the beat for this track was fine but unfortunately, did not match some of the flows of its guest artists. Though ironically, Bambu being a special feature for this track had the most number of profanity in its lyrics while Kemikal Ali himself expressed little if not, no profanity.

“Mr. Chairman” was also one of the most powerful tracks in this album and could have been longer. And this is the one track where Kemikal Ali expressed his strongest delivery.

But overall, BUNMB is still a Pinoy Hip-Hop masterpiece and well deserves getting the highest score!


  • The entire album got Kemikal Ali delivering some of the hardest punch-lines in Pinoy Hip-Hop
  • Some of the hardest beats produced by DJ Arbie Won
  • Again, strong lyrics, flow and delivery
  • A true Pinoy Hip-Hop masterpiece

  • Some track listing on the CD version does not match
  • “Mr. Chairman” could have been longer
  • The skit before “Panalo Bigayan” is somewhat lengthly. My personal opinion is that, it would be better if it was a separate
  • “Bolo Brigade” could have better beats

Favorite track: “Lumang Dialekto”

Least favorite track: “Bolo Brigade”

Overall Review: 5/5