Nina Girado discography
Nina performing on the ASAP Sessionistas 20.11 concert at Araneta Coliseum.
The discography of Filipina singer Nina consists of seven studio albums, one live album, three compilation albums, one remix album and thirty-six singles. In 2002, Nina released her debut album, Heaven, which became one of the best-selling albums of 2003 in the Philippines, certifying double Platinum by the Philippine Association of the Record Industry (PARI). The album earned two consecutive number-one singles on the Philippine charts, the first being "Jealous", which peaked at number one for three weeks, and it was succeeded by her own rendition of "Foolish Heart". It also made her the only female artist in OPM history to have five Top 5 singles from an album. In December 2003, Nina released her second album, Smile. Lead single, "Make You Mine", peaked at number one in the country, making her the first and only female OPM artist to have three number-one singles in a span of one year. Smile failed to match the commercial success of its predecessor, but it maintained her status as a platinum-selling artist.
In 2005, Nina released her most successful album, Nina Live!, to date, which became the fourth biggest-selling album in OPM history, eventually selling over 300,000 copies and certifying Diamond in the Philippines. The album reached six times Platinum status within the year of its release, making it one of the fastest-selling albums in the country. It also holds the record for best-selling live album and best-selling Filipino album of the 2000s. Nina Live! earned three number-one singles and yielded her most successful song, "Love Moves in Mysterious Ways", which became the longest running number one song in OPM history, spending twelve consecutive weeks atop the Philippine charts. The preceding and succeeding singles, "I Don't Want to Be Your Friend" and "Through the Fire", topped the charts as well. In 2006, Nina released her self-titled third studio album, which became her most awarded album to date, earning eight Awit Award nominations and certifying double Platinum by the PARI. The album's second single, "Someday", became her seventh number-one single, topping the charts for eight consecutive weeks. In 2007, Nina re-released the album under the title Nina Featuring the Hits of Barry Manilow, which earned two Top 3 singles and was certified Platinum in the Philippines. In 2008, she released her fourth studio album, Nina Sings the Hits of Diane Warren, a cover album which debuted and peaked at number one in the country for six consecutive weeks. Like Nina Live!, the album was certified Gold a week after its commercial release. Its lead single, "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing", became her ninth number-one single in the country. Nina's fifth studio album, Renditions of the Soul, was released in 2009. The album is composed of covers which were taken from her Wave 89.1 radio show of the same title. It became a commercial success, certifying Platinum in the Philippines by July 2010 despite minimal promotion. After receiving the Diamond certification for Nina Live! in 2009, Nina was named as the best-selling female recording artist by the Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation.
In October 2010, Warner released a 4-disc box set compilation of Nina's singles, entitled Diamond: Greatest Hits 2002-2010. For only less than a decade since her debut in the music industry, Nina has already sold over 700,000 records in the Philippines.
|Nina Sings the Hits of Diane Warren||
|Renditions of the Soul||
|Best of Nina||
|Diamond: Greatest Hits 2002-2010||
|Love 2 Love (Acoustic Love Songs) (with Christian Bautista)||
|Nina in the Mix: The Dense Modesto Remixes (with DJ Dense Modesto)||
|Heaven (Special Edition)||
|Nina Featuring the Hits of Barry Manilow||
|2003||"Simula"||Heaven (Special Edition)|
|"Talk to Me"|
|"I'll Always Stay in Love This Way"|
|2006||"The Closer I Get to You"
|2007||"I Didn't Mean to Make You Mine"||Nina|
|"Love Is Contagious"|
|"Someday" (Future Confessional Remix)||Nina in the Mix: The Dense Modesto Remixes|
|2008||"Saving Forever for You"||Nina Sings the Hits of Diane Warren|
|2012||"Only with You"|
|"Hanggang sa Dulo ng Walang Hanggan"||Walang Hanggan: The Official Soundtrack, Volume 2|
|2013||"Hurting Inside"||All Good|
|Year||Song||Film / TV Series|
|2004||"What If"||Masikip sa Dibdib|
|2006||"I'll Always Love You"||I Will Always Love You|
|2012||"Hanggang sa Dulo ng Walang Hanggan"||Walang Hanggan: Book 2|
|"Don't Say Goodbye"||A Secret Affair|
|2013||"When the Love Is Gone"||When the Love Is Gone|
(as part of WOW Philippines...Biyahe Tayo!)
(Christian Bautista featuring Nina)
|"Never Let You Go"
(King featuring Nina & Gloc-9)
|The Reason I Exist|
|"I Don't Want to Be Your Friend"
(Diane Warren featuring Nina)
|Diane Warren Presents Love Songs|
|"The Christmas Song"
(among Warner Music All Stars)
|All Star Christmas Collection|
|2005||"I'm Never Gonna Give You Up"
(with Joe Pizzulo)
|All the Best|
|"What Do We Mean to Each Other"
(with Joe Pizzulo)
(among ASAP artists)
|Hotsilog: The ASAP Hotdog Compilation|
|2007||"Whenever You Call"
|Soul Obsessions... Duets with Thor|
|2008||"Come What May"
(Gabby Concepcion featuring Nina)
|2009||"Kaya Natin Ito!"
(as part of Pilipino, Kaya Natin Ito!)
|"Star ng Pasko"
(among ABS-CBN All Stars)
(with Jay R)
|Jay R Sings OPM Love Classics|
|"You Are Not Alone"
(Kris Aquino featuring Nina)
|Blessings of Love|
(as part of Benigno Aquino III Inauguration Ceremony)
(Richard Poon featuring Nina)
|I'll Be Seeing You|
|2011||"I Want to Know What Love Is"
(Kris Aquino featuring Nina)
|My Heart's Journey|
|"Ikaw na Sana"
(with Noel Cabangon)
- 2000: "Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now)"
- 2000: "Breathe Again"
- 2000: "Foolish Heart"
- 2004: "Silent Night" (for All Star Christmas Collection)
- 2006: "Pasko na Sinta Ko" (for Nyoy Volante's Music Museum show)
- "Nina Smile". ShowbizPinoy.com. Retrieved 2010-11-07
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- "Nina: Soothingly Belting Out". ShowbizPinoy.com. Retrieved 2010-11-07
- YUGEL LOSORATA (January 22, 2010). "Soul Siren scores historic feat". Manila Bulletin. Retrieved 2010-06-29
- "Nina Sings the Hits of Diane Warren topped Philippines' biggest retailer album chart on August 15, 2008". titikpilipino.com Retrieved 2010-06-29
- "Nina Sings the Hits of Diane Warren's last week on Philippines' biggest retailer album chart on September 15, 2008". titikpilipino.com Retrieved 2010-06-29
- "Nina bares her all in Renditions Of The Soul". Philippine Entertainment Portal. August 14, 2009. Retrieved 2010-11-06
- Butch Francisco (May 29, 2010). "John Lloyd, Sarah named Box-office King & Queen". The Philippine Star. Retrieved 2010-06-28
- "Nina Diamond Greatest Hits 2002-2010!!". OdysseyLive.net. October 29, 2010. Retrieved 2010-11-06
- Almond N. Aguila (April 3, 2005). "What Nina Gave Up for Singing". The Philippine Star.
- "Nina self-titled album double platinum". June 14, 2009
- "Renditions of the Soul has turned Platinum". Nina Girado Official Facebook Group. Retrieved 2010-11-06
- Ren (Nov 17, 2011). "A new Nina – sexier, bolder, and more exciting!". philcharts.com. Retrieved 2011-11-19.
- "Nina turns diamond". Business World. March 4, 2010.
- "Love 2 Love (Acoustic Love Songs)". kabayan.com. Retrieved 2012-06-17.
- "Love 2 Love - CD". bestbuy.com. Retrieved 2012-06-17.
- "Nina: Soothingly Belting Out". ShowbizPinoy.com. Retrieved 2010-12-14.
- j0mai (November 13, 2008). "Nina - Silent Night". YouTube. Retrieved 2010-12-14.
- maryasunga8650 (Mar 10, 2007). "maryvids_Nina pasko na sinta ko klownz The Library". YouTube. Retrieved 2011-04-16.