Nina Videoke

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Nina Videoke
Nina-Videoke VCD.jpg
Video by Nina
Released May 2005
Recorded 2002—2005
Genre Pop, R&B, live
Length Approx. 40 minutes
Language English, Tagalog
Label Warner
Producer Ricky Ilacad, Neil Gregorio
Nina chronology
Nina Videoke
Nina Live!
(2005)Nina Live!2005

Nina Videoke is the first ever video release by Filipino singer Nina. It is a collection of her music videos and includes one live performance, "Love Moves in Mysterious Ways", which was recorded from her album Nina Live!. Warner Music Philippines decided to release a video album of Nina due to the overflowing success of her live album, which has earned a Diamond certification by the Philippine Association of the Record Industry (PARI).[1] Nina Videoke was released in May 2005, and was immediately followed by the first ever complete live DVD in Philippine music history, Nina Live!.[2]


The video contains music videos of her number one singles "Jealous", "Foolish Heart", "Make You Mine", "I Don't Want To Be Your Friend" and the longest number one OPM single in 2000's era, "Love Moves in Mysterious Ways". It also includes her music videos, which were shot with the use of special visual effects, such as "Heaven", "Loving You", "Sayang Naman" and "The Christmas Song". One video, "A Girl Can Dream", features her labelmate Christian Bautista who portrays her love interest.[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Love Moves in Mysterious Ways"[4]
  2. "I Don't Want to Be Your Friend"
  3. "Jealous"
  4. "Foolish Heart"
  5. "Loving You"
  6. "Heaven"
  7. "Make You Mine"
  8. "A Girl Can Dream"
  9. "Sayang Naman"
  10. "The Christmas Song"


Credits were taken from Nina Videoke liner notes.[5]

  • Neil Gregorio – album producer
  • Ricky Ilacad – executive producer


  1. ^ "Nina turns diamond". Business World Online. March 4, 2010.  Retrieved 2010-10-28
  2. ^ "Nina Live! first ever complete DVD". August 7, 2009
  3. ^ "NINA BEFORE 2009...". NinaSoulSiregns Official Blog. December 31, 2008.  Retrieved 2010-10-28
  4. ^ "Nina Videoke on NSS forum". August 7, 2009
  5. ^ Nina Videoke (Liner Notes). Nina. Warner Music. 2005.