Bayang Barrios

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Bayang Barrios
Birth name Bayang Barrios
Born (1968-06-12) June 12, 1968 (age 46)
Origin Bunawan, Agusan del Sur
Genres OPM, Pop
Occupation(s) Singer, Entertainer, Musician
Years active 1995–present
Labels Mayumi Records
(former Produktong Mayumi ni Bayang Barrios)
Website Bayang Barrios

Bayang Barrios (born on June 12, 1968 to parents of Lumad origin) is a Filipino musician and singer who hails from Bunawan, Agusan del Sur, and is known for her use of indigenous instruments and styles.

In 2005, Barrios' song "Isipin Mo Na Lang" was used in the end credits of the indie Filipino film Ang Pagdadalaga ni Maximo Oliveros (The Blossoming of Maximo Oliveros). In September 2013, she launched her fifth studio album entitled Malaya.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • Bayang Makulay (1997)
  • Singles (Bayang Barrios)
  • Harinawa (2002)
  • Alon (2004) [1]
  • Biyaya (2008)
  • Malaya (2013)[2]

Singles[edit]

  • "Hade!! (Etheria Theme Song)"
  • "Alay Sa Aking Mga Kapatid"
  • "Ayoko Na"
  • "Bagong Umaga"
  • "Habang Narito Pa"
  • "Ka-Tribo Ko"
  • "Kay Tsong"
  • "Lalalala-laryang (Himig ni Inay)"
  • "Malayo Man, Malapit Din" - (Theme from Pinoy Abroad)
  • "Mekaniko Ng Makina Ko"
  • "Mulat" - (Theme from Limang Dekada)
  • "Nasaan Na Tayo Ngayon"
  • "Saan Nanggagaling Ang Himig?"
  • "Sanggol Sa Sinapupunan"
  • "Matanglawin"
  • "Alon"
  • "Gising Na Kaibigan"

Awards[edit]

Event Award Song/Album Year Result
Forum of New Global Leaders (Music category) 2004 Nominated
MTV Asia Awards MTV choice of women achievers 2003 Nominated
Awit Awards Best Alternative Song "Malayo Man, Malapit Din" 2003 Nominated
Manila Metropop Music Festival Grand Prize 2003 Win
Katha Awards Best World Music Song "Ngansiba" 2002 Nominated
Himig handog para sa Bayaning Pilipino 2000 Finalist
Anvil Awards Lorenzo Ruiz Award for Music Interpretation of "Lakbayin ang Pilipinas", written by Gary Granada 1998 Win
Catholic Mass Media Awards Lorenzo Ruiz Award for Music Bayang Makulay 1997 Win
Katha Awards Best World Music Song "Bagong Umaga" 1997 Win
Katha Awards Best Folk Vocal Performance "Saan Nangagaling ang Himig" 1997 Win
Katha Awards Best Folk Song "Saan Nangagaling ang Himig" 1997 Win
Katha Awards Best Folk Arrangement "Alay sa mga Kapatid" 1997 Win
Katha Awards Best Folk Album Bayang Makulay 1997 Win
Hanoi Music Festival Asian Vocalist Festival Golden Award 1999 Awardee
Manila Metropop Music Festival "Bagong Umaga" 1996 Finalist

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Alon". iTunes. Retrieved 3 August 2013. 
  2. ^ "Malaya". iTunes. Retrieved 3 August 2013. 

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