Julie Anne San Jose

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Julie Anne San Jose
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Julie Anne San Jose in 2015.
Background information
Birth nameJulie Anne Peñaflorida San Jose
Born (1994-05-17) May 17, 1994 (age 24)
Quezon City, Philippines[1]
OriginQuezon City, Philippines
GenresOPM, R&B, pop
Occupation(s)Singer, actress
Years active1997-1999, 2006–present
LabelsGMA Records (2012–2017)
GMA Artist Center (2005–present)
Universal Records (2017–present)
WebsiteMYJAPS

Julie Anne Peñaflorida San Jose (born May 17, 1994)[1] is a Filipino singer, actress, model, composer, and television personality. San Jose is a recipient of the "Diamond Record Award" from the Philippine Association of the Record Industry for her album Julie Anne San Jose which sold more than 150,000 units in the Philippines[2] Her second album entitled "Deeper" also gave her a Triple Platinum Award for reaching sales of more than 45,000 units in the Philippines.

Simply referred to as MYJAPS, she made a significant mark in the online world with Ustream sessions and YouTube covers that exceeded millions in views. Her cover of Nicki Minaj's "Super Bass" views are more than 20 million.

Early life[edit]

Julie Anne Penaflorida San Jose was Born on May 17, 1994 in Quezon City, Philippines to computer operator Jonathan Roque San Jose and instructor Marivic Camzon Peñaflorida. She is the Eldest to her two sister, Joanna Marie and Jac San Jose.

Career[edit]

Early career: 2005–2009[edit]

At the age of three, San Jose had her first TV experience when she joined Eat Bulaga!'s "Little Miss Philippines".[3] She also competed in Magandang Tanghali Bayan's Munting Miss U where she won third runner-up.[4] She also appeared in a TV advertisement with Sharon Cuneta and The Children show called Batibot.

Popstar Kids / Sugarpop[edit]

San Jose did not pursue show business until 2005, when she joined Popstar Kids, a singing competition in QTV 11 (now GMA News TV) hosted by R&B singer-songwriter Kyla. Although San Jose did not win the grand prize, she became part of Sugarpop, the show's spin-off child singing group composed of her co-finalists Rita De Guzman (then known as Rita Iringan), Pocholo Bismonte, Renzo Almario, and Vanessa Rangadhol. Sugarpop released two studio albums, Sugar Pop and Sugar Pop Repackaged. The group also had a show on QTV 11 entitled Planet Q, where a young San Jose and her group mates showcased their hosting abilities. Sugarpop also performed weekly on the GMA-7's variety show, SOP.[5]

In 2008, San Jose made her acting on GMA Network's afternoon soap Gaano Kadalas and Minsan? where she played a supporting character to Camille Prats and Marvin Agustin.

Rise to stardom: 2010–2011[edit]

When SOP ended in 2010, San Jose joined its replacement show Party Pilipinas as a solo artist. As she evolved as a performer, San Jose was able to showcase her singing, dancing, and acting abilities onstage. San Jose was also paired with a then-budding artist and son of rapper, Elmo Magalona. Collectively, they were known as the musical tandem JuliElmo.[6] While in Party Pilipinas, JuliElmo starred in five short films, the Red Mask Trilogy and Yellow Note 1 and 2, and the short musicals, Blue Jeans The Musical (2011), Elmo and Julie Anne: A Wazak Love Story (2012), and Status: It's Complicated (2013).[7]

Julie Anne's career took a major leap when she joined GMA 7's Party Pilipinas. But she didn't rest on the laurels of her first minor showbiz victory — Julie Anne worked hard as a solo artist as well. Her YouTube video rendition of Nicki Minaj Super Bass became viral. Soon, Julie Anne became known as one of the most popular young singers in the Kapuso block — and, indeed, also the most promising. [8]

Multimedia artist: 2012-2015[edit]

In February 2012, San Jose signed an exclusive recording contract with GMA Records.[9] Six months later, in August 2012, she released her eponymous debut album, Julie Anne San Jose, which later received numerous awards and is now a certified Diamond Record awardee. Her single, "I'll Be There", remains the only single certified quadruple platinum by the Philippine Association of the Record Industry (PARI).[5] Currently, San Jose has released four singles from her album.[10]

After having multiple support roles, in 2012 San Jose finally landed a lead role through the youth oriented weekly show Together Forever. She played the role of Antoinette Escueta, more popularly known as Toyang, a boyish daddy's girl who fell in love with her best friend.[11]

In 2012, San Jose debuted as a movie actress through GMA Films' romantic summer film Just One Summer opposite her JuliElmo partner Elmo Magalona. She played the role of Maria Bettina "Beto" Reyes Salazar also sang the movie theme song "Bakit Ba Ganyan?" which was originally popularized by Dina Bonnevie. The film was directed by Mac Alejandre.[12]

In 2013, San Jose had her first major solo concert at the Music Museum in Greenhills, San Juan City. This birthday concert entitled Julie Anne: It's My Time was a success with tickets sold out just five days after going on sale. Guests include the dance crew Addlib, Fliptop star Abra, Elmo Magalona and multi-faceted performer and good friend, Frencheska Farr. Musical direction was by Marc Lopez and concert director was Rico Gutierrez.[13][14]

San Jose landed more television projects in GMA Network in the following years. She played the lead role in primetime drama series Kahit Nasaan Ka Man where she played a visually impaired but musically talented girl named Pauline Gomez. She was paired with Kristofer Martin who played her love interest. She was also part of the now defunct Sunday musical variety show Sunday All Stars as one of the lead performers. Her hosting skills were also showcased in her stint in the self-titled weekly dance show of Marian Rivera, Marian, alongside her co-host Christian Bautista. She also plays a recurring character named Nikki in Pepito Manaloto who is the love interest of Chito played by Jake Vargas.

In June 2014, San Jose released her second solo studio album, entitled Deeper via iTunes worldwide and spinnr.ph. Her sophomore album under GMA Records received a "Triple Plantinum" award from PARI in January 2016.[2]

In December 2014, following the release of her sophomore album, San Jose had her second major concert entitled Julie Anne San Jose: Hologram at the Mall of Asia Arena. Guests include Sam Concepcion, Christian Bautista, Abra, Jonalyn Viray, and Frencheska Farr.[15][16]

To cap her 2014, San Jose was part of the Metro Manila Film Festival film entry Kubot: The Aswang Chronicles 2 where she played the role of Stacey. Her co-stars include Dingdong Dantes, Isabelle Daza, Lotlot De Leon, Abra, among many other artists.[17]

In 2015, San Jose released her digital single "Tidal Wave" which was arranged by Sidney Brown, better known as Omen, an American music producer from Harlem who has worked with artists such as Drake, Lil Wayne, and Ludacris. San Jose filmed three music videos in New York City and California in collaboration with Los Angeles-based company, VIM Entertainment Inc. The videos will be distributed worldwide by GMA Records.[18][19]

Because of achieving a much sexier figure,[20][21] she landed in FHM Philippines "100 Sexiest Women" list, where she ranked #60. San Jose was considered by FHM to pose for their cover along with Coleen Garcia and Nadine Lustre. San Jose also became the cover girl for the August 2015 issue of Preview (an FHM sister magazine) as part of their 20th anniversary.[22][23][24]

In television April 2015, San Jose replaced Isabel Oli in GMA News TV's Day Off. She is joined by her co-hosts You're My Foreignay finalist Dasuri Choi and Boobay. With Pia Guanio's departure from 24 Oras "Chika Minute" segment, San Jose was given a short stint as interim "Chika Minute" anchor. San Jose was part of the afternoon soap Buena Familia alongside Kylie Padilla, Julian Trono, and Jake Vargas who is her current on-screen partner.[25][26] And On August 2015, She is also became a part of the newest Sunday variety show Sunday PINASaya together with Marian Rivera, Ai-Ai delas Alas, Alden Richards, Jose Manalo, and Wally Bayola, among many others[27]

On December 2015, Julie Anne San Jose received her Star for prestigious Walk Of Fame Award at EastWood Citywalk in Quezon City.[28]. She Also bagged two major awards in the recently concluded 28th Awit Awards held at the Music Museum.[29]. Wrapping up her 2015 a great year with New Shows and Awards

A Decade in the Industry: 2016-2018[edit]

On May 2016, Julie Anne Celebrated Two Big Milestone in her life as she Graduates in College and Celebrating a Decade in Showbiz. Julie Anne San Jose entered showbiz as a tween and hasn’t let go with success and fame since. Thus, it is no surprise that she’s set to celebrate her 10th anniversary with a major concert while others her age are practically just beginning to shine.[30] After staging a successful 10th year anniversary concert, Julie Anne San Jose has bagged another achievement. The Kapuso singer-actress graduated from college today at Angelicum College with a Bachelor's Degree in Communication Arts. Four days before her graduation, Julie Anne posted her graduation photo, and on the caption recalled how she "juggled work and studies, yet managed to survive. I definitely have to say that it's all worth it." She also related that in her four and a half years in college, "I've learned that it pays not to worry so much about where you ranked but rather think about the joy you get with what you do." "There will always be tough times, regrets and failures as well as success, reward and happiness." she added. She then thanked everyone who helped and supported her as she balanced her work and studies. "It's been a long road but with hardwork and patience, anything is possible. This is certainly a huge milestone.. The tassel's worth the hassle," she concluded.[31]

On July 2016, she released her third solo studio album, entitled Chasing the Light under GMA Records.[32] Her album release event was held at SM Fairview Mall in the Philippines on July 17, 2016 with crowds of thousands in attendance.[33] The album has been well received and continues to hold the top spot on iTunes PH albums.[34] Chasing the Light features songwriting and a rap feature from Filipino-American hip hop artist and songwriter C-Tru on the tracks "Don't Make Me Wait", "Take Me To Nirvana" and "All About You".[32][35][36]

In November 2016, Julie Anne is back at Concert Scene after five months celebrating her Successful 10th year Anniversary Concert at the same venue in Kia Theatre, this time as she join forces with Christian Bautista as they shared the Sold Out concert stage in When Julie Anne Meets Christian.[37]

On January 2017, she got the lead role in the afternoon soap Pinulot Ka Lang sa Lupa as Santina Marquez she was also with Benjamin Alves, LJ Reyes, and Martin del Rosario. The show ended after its 11th week.[38]

On June 2017, Julie Anne San Jose has been getting wows and is going viral online with her cover of the latest hit single "Despacito" by Luis Fonsi featuring Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber.[39] The Viral Youtube Video Cover also lands a Feature from the famous International Sites, like 9gag Tv and Superstar Magazine.[40][41]

In November 2017, She left GMA Records and signed a contract under Universal Records and currently she is working on her new album.[42]

On January 2018, Julie Anne started her year with an Sold Out Intimate Concert at Music Museum. #Julie highlighted the different stages of love in the concert. "it’s going to be intimate. It will be more mature, especially when it comes to song choices. And as the title suggests, I will show—through music—the different stages of love and tackle relationships and what goes with them,” the 23-year-old singer-actress told reporters at press conference.[43][44] Right after her #Julie Concert, Julie Anne is Gearing up with another Concert but this time she will be joining Asia's Romantic Balladeer Christian Bautista and Asia's Song Bird Ms. Regine Velasquez-Alcasid. As GMA Network produces First Concert Series, 3 stars 1 heart, they did successful run in Cebu, Dagupan and Dubai before Regine left Gma Network and transfer to ABS-CBN.[45][46]

On May 2018, As Cosmopolitan Magazine Philippines marks their last print issue, Julie Anne San Jose is gracing the final cover, she will be the last cosmo cover girl on their print issue in the month of May as they venture into the digital world.[47]

On July 2018, After months of anticipation, Julie Anne San Jose is proud to present Breakthrough, her first album under Universal Records. Prior to the album's release last[when?] July 27, its first three singles have already garnered multiple achievements. Her originals "Nothing Left" and "Tayong Dalawa" both reached #1 on the iTunes Philippines All-Genre Chart only 30 minutes after their release. Along with this, her sweet rendition of the Parokya Ni Edgar classic "Your Song (My One and Only)" has been played over 5 million times on Spotify. Upon its release, the album has already celebrated commercial success in both digital and CD formats. Much like its singles, the album debuted at #1 on the iTunes Philippines All-Genre Chart and staying at the same spot for a whole week - a feat rarely seen for OPM albums. The album also received an impressive amount of pre-orders and sales during the jam-packed Grand Album Launch held July 28 at the Eastwood Mall Open Park, which is a testament to the star's staying power.[48][49]

In November 2018, Julie Anne had an Opportunity to be part of Gary Valenciano's Advocacy Album, Awit at Laro to promote filipino games and songs through art and music. She is the only Gma Artist that is included in the album, she performed the song Pitik Bulag Composed by Jungee Marcelo[50]

In Television, On May 2018, Julie Anne San Jose geared up with a daytime musical serye My Guitar Princess she plays the main character as celina raymundo a.k.a the guitar princess, with her two leading Man Gil Cuerva and Kiko Estrada. it also stars Sheryl Cruz, Kier Legaspi, Marc Abaya, Isabella De Leon and many more, Directed by Nick Olanka. the show also produce original soundtracks feature the show's theme song Walang Kapalit, Music and Lyrics by Roxy Fabian. The featured songs did really well on iTunes Ph Chart and Spotify.[51][52][53]

In October 2018, Julie Anne Lead the New Musical Variety Show of GMA Network, Studio 7 along with Christian Bautista and Mark Bautista replacing the Clash on the network's Sunday Grande sa Gabi line-up.[54]

Affiliations[edit]

Julie Anne is one of Organisasyon ng Pilipinong Mang-Aawit's (OPM) active Junior Ambassadors. Her job as a Junior Ambassador is to represent and promote Filipino Music to the young.[55]

San Jose is also the newest celebrity advocate of World Vision, an international child-focused non-government organization which mainly promotes children’s rights, well-being and education.[56]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Title Label Certification Track Listing
2016 Chasing the Light GMA Records
  1. Don't Make Me Wait (feat. C-Tru)
  2. Naririnig Mo Ba
  3. Chasing the Light
  4. Not a Game
  5. Never Alone
  6. Take Me to Nirvana (feat. C-Tru)
  7. Left Over
  8. All About You
  9. Just Stay
  10. Naririnig Mo Ba (Acoustic Version)
2014
Deeper[57]
PARI: 3x Platinum Record[58]
  1. Blinded
  2. Right Where You Belong
  3. Kung Maibabalik Ko Lang
  4. Never Had You
  5. Deeper
  6. Diamond in My Eyes
  7. Tulad Mo
  8. Baby U Are
  9. Blinded (Alternate Mix)
  10. If Love's a Crime
  11. Christ in Us, Our Hope of Glory (feat. Nomer Limatog Jr.)
2012
Julie Anne San Jose
PARI: Diamond Record[58]
  1. Baby U Are
  2. Bakit Ngayon
  3. Enough
  4. For Everything
  5. Glad It's Over
  6. I'll Be There
  7. MSB (My Sweet Boy)
  8. When I Close My Eyes
  9. When You Said Goodbye
  10. Hold On
  11. Let Me Be the One
  12. Ang Aking Puso (with Derrick Monasterio)
  13. Bakit Ngayon (Karaoke Version)
  14. Enough (Karaoke Version)
  15. For Everything (Karaoke Version)
  16. I'll Be There (Karaoke Version)
2008
SugarPop (Repackaged)
Sony BMG Philippines Gold
2007
SugarPop

Extended play albums[edit]

Year Title Label Certification Track Listing
2018 Breakthrough Universal Records (Philippines)
2015
Forever - EP[57]
VIM Entertainment
  1. Tidal Wave
  2. Not Impressed (feat. Nitty Scott)
  3. Forever
  4. Tidal Wave (Omen x Keyz Remix)

Singles[edit]

Title Year Certifications Album
"I'll Be There" 2012 4x Platinum Julie Anne San Jose
"Enough"
"Bakit Ngayon" 2013
"For Everything"
"Deeper" 2014 Deeper
"Right Where You Belong"
"Blinded"
"Tulad Mo"
"Dedma"
"Kung Maibabalik Ko Lang" 2015
"Tidal Wave" Forever Extended Play
"Not Impressed"
"Forever"
"Naririnig Mo Ba" 2016 Chasing the Light
Chasing The Light

Compilation albums[edit]

Year Title Label
2013 GMA Records' #1 Hits GMA Records
BEAUTY & THE MUSIC Vol. 1
PERS LAB : GMA Collection Series
2011 Tween Academy: Class of 2012 (soundtrack)

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Network
2018–present Studio 7 Herself/Host/Performer GMA Network
2018 Barangay 143 Vicky (voice)
My Guitar Princess Celina Raymundo
2017 Alaala: A Martial Law Special Louella
Magpakailanman: I will Follow You Jelay
Daig Kayo ng Lola Ko Stella
Pinulot Ka Lang sa Lupa Santina "Tina" Marquez-Esquivel
2016 Trops Mara
2015 Wish Ko Lang Bernadeth Corpuz
2015–present Sunday PinaSaya Herself / Mainstay
2015–2016 Buena Familia Darling Buena
2015–present 24 Oras relief "Chika Minute" Anchor
2015–2016 Day Off Herself / Host GMA News TV
2015 Wagas: Lala Roque and Ronnie Galongca Love Story Lala Roque
2014 Marian Herself / Segment Co-host GMA Network
2013–2015 Sunday All Stars Herself / Performer
2013–present Pepito Manaloto: Ang Tunay na Kwento Nicollete "Nikki" Villamil / SemiRegular
2013 Kahit Nasaan Ka Man Pauline "Pau" Gomez
Maynila: Music and Miracles Saree
Maynila: Hate You, Love You Danica
Maynila: Tunay Na Pag-Ibig Paula
2012 Together Forever Antoinette "Toyang" Escueta
Tween Hearts Mira
2011 Daldalita Marga de Leon
Maynila: Takot na Puso Kim
Maynila: Kaninong Puso Jade
Andres de Saya Lizzy
Maynila: Victims of Love Tracy
2010–2013 Party Pilipinas Herself / Performer
2008 Gaano Kadalas ang Minsan Claudette Medrano
2007–2009 SOP Herself / Performer
2007–2008 Planet Q Herself / Host Q
2006 Popstar Kids Finalist
1999 Magandang Tanghali Bayan (Munting Miss U) Herself / Contestant / 3rd runner-up ABS-CBN
1997 Eat Bulaga! (Little Miss Philippines) Herself / Contestant / 1st runner-up GMA Network

Films[edit]

Year Title Role Production
2014 Kubot: The Aswang Chronicles 2 Stacey GMA Films
2012 Just One Summer Maria Bettina "Beto" Reyes Salazar
2012 My Kontrabida Girl Cameo role
2011 Tween Academy: Class of 2012 Herself

Awards/recognitions and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Result
2011
Golden Screen TV Awards Outstanding Performance by an Actress Nominated
42nd Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Awards Most Promising Loveteam of 2011 with Elmo Magalona[59] Won
24th Aliw Awards Best Teen Performer Won
2012 43rd Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Awards Promising Female Singer/Performer[60] Won
4th Shorty Awards YouTube Star Nominated
2nd Yahoo OMG Awards Female Singer of the Year Nominated
Candy Style Awards 2012 Most Stylish Loveteam with Elmo Magalona Won
Globe Tatt Awards 2012 ThoughtMover Nominated
Trending Personality Won
People's Choice Award Won
Yes! Magazine 100 Most Beautiful Stars 2012 Newbie Included
60th Famas Award German Moreno Youth Achievement Award Won
GMA Artist Center The Host Of The Most Award Won
Yes! Magazine Most Influential Celebrity on Social Media @MyJaps/Twitter Top 13
Meg Top Choice 2012 Twitter Trendsetter of the Year Won
ASAP 2012 24k Gold Award Female Artist Awardee Won
2013
9th USTv Students Choice Awards Best Local Music Video Artist Won
8th Myx Music Awards Favorite Song for "I'll Be There" Nominated
Favorite Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Mellow Video for "I'll Be There" Won
Favorite Celebrity VJ Won
Favorite New Artist Nominated
Yahoo! Philippines OMG! Awards Female Performer of the Year Won
Fan Club of the Year as "JuliElmo" with Elmo Magalona Won
OPM OPM Junior Ambassador Included
Yes! Magazine 100 Most Beautiful Stars 2013 Breakthrough Included
SAS Stand Out Awards Viewers Choice Best Artist Won
5th PMPC Star Awards for Music Song Of the Year for "Bakit Ngayon" Nominated
New Female Recording Artist of the Year Won
POP Album of the Year for "Julie Ann San Jose" Nominated
Female PP Artist of the Year Nominated
ASAP 9th Platinum Circle Award Female Artist Awardee Won
26th Aliw Awards Best Performance in a Concert (Female) Nominated
26th Awit Awards Best Performance by a Female Recording Artist Nominated
Best Performance by a New Female Recording Artist Nominated
Best Ballad Nominated
Best R&B Won
Album of the Year Nominated
2014
9th Myx Music Awards Favorite Guest Appearance in a Music Video Nominated
UE Gawad Lualhati Awards Inspiring Artist Of The Year Won
PEP List 2013 Female Teen Star Of The Year Won
Yahoo! Celebrity Awards Female Performer Of The Year Nominated
Song Of The Year Won
Catholic Mass Media Awards Best Secular Song (Pagbangon) Won
ASAP19 24k Gold Award Female Artist Awardee Won
ASAP 10th Platinum Circle Award Female Artist Awardee Won
27th Awit Awards Best Inspirational/ Religious Recording for "Pagbangon" Nominated
Spinnr Hitlist Award 2014 Best Indie Artist Won
2015
10th Myx Music Awards Favorite Artist Nominated
Favorite Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Collaboration with Abra for "Deadma" Nominated
Favorite Mellow Video for "Right Where You Belong" Won
Favorite Urban Video with Abra for "Deadma" Nominated
Favorite Music Video with Abra for "Deadma" Nominated
FHM Philippines FHM 100 Sexiest Woman Rank # 60
Yes! Magazine 100 Most Beautiful Stars 2015 MultiHyphenate Included
28th Awit Awards Best Rap Recording with Abra for "Deadma" Won
Best Selling Album of the Year for "Deeper" Won
Best Song Written for Movie/TV/Stage Play with Janno Gibbs and Jaya for Ang Dalawang Mrs. Real's "Ikaw, Ako at Siya" Nominated
7th PMPC Star Awards for Music Album of the Year for "Deeper" Nominated
Pop Album of the Year for "Deeper" Nominated
Female Pop Artist of the Year Nominated
Female Concert Performer of the Year for "Hologram" Nominated
29th PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Reality Show Host with Dasuri Choi, Maey Bautista, Mike ‘Pekto’ Nacua, Boobay for Day Off Nominated
10th Walk Of Fame PH (EastWood City) Walk Of Fame STARS Won
2016 11th Myx Music Awards Favorite Artist Nominated
Favorite Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Song for "Tidal Wave" Nominated
Favorite Music Video for "Tidal Wave" Nominated
Favorite Remake with Christian Bautista for "Cruisin'" Nominated
Yes! Magazine 100 Most Beautiful Stars 2016 MultiHyphenate Included
2017 12th Myx Music Awards Favorite Artist Nominated
Favorite Female Artist Nominated
Favorite Music Video for "Naririnig Mo Ba" Nominated
Favorite Guest Appearance in a Music Video for Benjamin Alves (Naririnig Mo Ba) Nominated
30th Awit Awards Best Performance by a Female Recording Artist for "Chasing The Light" Nominated
Best Christmas Recording for "Magic Ng Pasko" Nominated
Yes! Magazine 100 Most Beautiful Stars 2017 Network Bets Included
2018
66th Famas Awards Famas German Youth Achievement Award Won
Yes! Magazine 100 Beautiful Stars 2018 Network Bets Included
9th PMPC Star Awards For Music Best POP Female Artist Of The Year (Chasing The Light) Won
10th PMPC Star Awards For Music Best POP Female Artist Of The Year (Tayon Dalawa) Nominated

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