Bodjie Dasig

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Darius Delphin Dasig (June 10, 1963 – March 13, 2012[1]), also known as Bodjie Dasig, was a Filipino singer, songwriter and music producer.

He first came into prominence for writing the song Alé [nasa langit na ba ako] ("Miss [am I in heaven]") and Maáalala Mo Pa Rin ('"You Will Still Remember") for singer Richard Reynoso, and Ayoko na Sana ("I wouldn't have wanted") for Ariel Rivera. He also wrote and sang the hit song Sana Dalawa ang Puso Ko ("I wish I had two hearts") for his band Bodjie's Law of Gravity, which became the theme song of a movie with the same name in 1994.

He also collaborated with his wife Odette Dasig (née Quesada), whom he married in 1993.[1]

Dasig died in a Los Angeles hospital on 12 March 2012 after a long bout with cancer. He was survived by Odette and their son Darian.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c "Bodjie Dasig: Gone Too Soon at 48". Asian Journal. March 14, 2012. 

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