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|Born||December 26, 1954|
|Associated acts||Apo Hiking Society
Angelito Toledo "Hajji" Alejandro (born December 26, 1954) is a Filipino singer and actor, who was a major pop star in the 1970s and 1980s. Just like another OPM legend Basil Valdez, he came from the group "Circus Band." He was the first winner of the MetroPop Song Festival in 1977.
The original Kilabot ng Kolehiyala (college girls' heartthrob), Alejandro is best remembered for such songs as Kay Ganda ng Ating Musika, Panakíp Butas and Nakapagtataka.
In the 1980s, Alejandro operated a small restaurant along Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles with wife, beauty queen and actress Río Díaz. They have a son, Delara drummer Ali Alejandro; Díaz died of colon cancer in 2004.
Alejandro is also the father of singer Rachel Alejandro.
- 18 Greatest Hits
- 25: The Silver Anniversary Album Of Hadji Alejandro
- Kay Ganda Ng Ating Musika (original composition by Ryan Cayabyab; later Ryan Cayabyab covered the song with his own version; and now covered by Noel Cabangon)
- Nakapagtataka (original composition by Jim Paredes; later APO Hiking Society covered the song for their version; also covered by his daughter Rachel Alejandro; also covered by MYMP)
- Panakip Butas (Hajji re-recorded the song for his Silver Anniversary Album released by Sony BMG Music in 1996; also covered by Tito Vic & Joey as a parody in their 1977 album)
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