Ronnie Liang

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Ronnie Liang
Birth nameRonnie De Guzman Liang
Born (1995-01-31) January 31, 1995 (age 24)
Angeles City, Pampanga, Philippines
Occupation(s)Singer, Performer, Actor, Model
Years active2006-present
LabelsUniversal Records
Viva Records
WebsiteRonnie's Official Site

Ronnie Liang (born January 31, 1995) is a Filipino singer. He is the former finalist of the popular reality-talent search franchise in the Philippines, Pinoy Dream Academy. He was the second runner-up next to Jay-R Siaboc, who is one of his closest friends from the said contest, and grand star dreamer Yeng Constantino. He sang the popular OPM hit "Ngiti" and is a mainstay of ABS-CBN's Sunday variety show ASAP 08.[1]


Liang is the youngest of the seven children of a low-income family. Yet, despite this, he always dreamed of helping his family alleviate themselves from the plight of poverty. A diligent working student, he supported himself through college by working in a fastfood outlet and a video shop while studying at Holy Angel University in his hometown of Angeles City, Pampanga. All his sacrifices and hard work paid off as he graduated with a BS Education degree (physics, chemistry and biology major). He is Filipino-Chinese.[citation needed]


The Angeles City native started working part-time as a ramp model, until his manager discovered he can sing. This became a turning point in Ronnie’s career as his manager encouraged him to join singing contests. Among them was Pinoy Pop Superstar. He first rose to notoriety as the grand contender that was disqualified from the singing competition because he had a manager. He could have been the eventual champion of the season, but out of loyalty to his manager, he opted to leave the competition.

Liang then joined Pinoy Dream Academy and made it past the initial screening and was fortunate enough to be one of the 20 scholars to study inside the Academy. After a few months, Ronnie made it to the Honor’s List of Six and ended up as PDA's second runner-up.

Now that the competition is over, Liang busies himself with gigs and guestings with PDA’s Top 6. However, priority goes into the recording of his album under Universal Records, which is due to be out soon. He also wishes to venture into acting but that would have to wait as his priority for this year is singing. He remains thankful to the people who support him– his family, most especially his mother, his manager, George Roca, and his loyal supporters, namely the Ronnians, Superonics and macaRONNIEs.[2]

Ronnie Liang became Department of Education Endorser/spokesperson for Brigada Skuwela 2008-2010 (school brigade) to inspire the youth to finish their studies and achieve their dreams, also to encourage the people to participate in rebuilding, reviving and restoring public schools in the country.


TV Shows[edit]

Year Title Role Network
2016 Just Duet Himself Performer GMA Network
2010–2013 Party Pilipinas Himself/Performer GMA Network
2008 I Love Betty La Fea Enrique ABS-CBN
2007 Your Song: "Salamat" ABS-CBN
2007–2010 ASAP Himself/Performer ABS-CBN
2006 Pinoy Dream Academy Second Runner-Up ABS-CBN
2005 Pinoy Pop Superstar Finalist/Disqualified GMA Network


Year Title Role Film Production
2005 Mano Po 4: Ako Legal Wife Regal Entertainment
2014 Esoterika Maynila Mario T-Rex Films
2017 Fan Girl Fan Boy Mr. Gun Viva Films
2017 100 Tula Para Kay Stella Viva Films
2018 Petmalu Red Nine Entertainment
2018 Abay Babes Brent Viva Films

Solo album[edit]

No. Album information
Ronnie Liang: Ang Aking Awitin
  • Release: April 2007
  • Released by: Universal Records
  • Certification: Gold
  • Tracks:
    1. Ngiti
    2. Sa 'Yo Lang
    3. Ikaw
    4. Gusto Kita
    5. Saan Darating Ang Umaga
    6. Kaibigan Mo
    7. Nais Ko
    8. Minsan
    9. Ang Aking Awitin (feat. Nikki Gil)
    10. Nag-iisang Ikaw
    11. Kung Ako'y Uuwi
    12. Walang Iba
    13. Ngiti (Acoustic Version)
    14. Ngiti (Minus One)[3]
2 Ronnie Liang

Released 2007

Released by Universal Records

  1. Ngiti
  2. Gusto Kita
  3. Ang Aking Awitin
  4. Ikaw
  5. Ayli- Pampanga version of Ngiti
  6. Ika- Pampanga version of Ikaw
  7. Ngiti instrumental
Ronnie Liang: May Minamahal
  • Release: July 2013
  • Released by: Viva Records
  • Tracks:
    1. Akala Mo
    2. May Minamahal
    3. Mangarap Ka
    4. Beginning Today
    5. Kaputol Ng Isang Awit
    minus one
4 Ronnie Liang Songs of Love

-Released 2014

-Released by Universal Records

  1. Liwanag
  2. Ngayon Lamang
  3. Hiling
  4. She's Always A Woman
  5. Nothing Can Stop Us Now
  6. Dance with my Father
  7. Looking Through the Eyes of Love
  8. Unchained Melody
  9. Ngiti
  10. Minus one (bonus tracks)
5 Ronnie Liang 12

-Released 2018

-Released by Viva Records

  1. Tila
  2. Ligaya
  3. Yakap
  4. Sa'yo Nalang Ako
  5. Pakisabi nalang
  6. Minus one (bonus tracks)


Year Title Peak (Radio Stations)
2007 "Ngiti" 1
"Gusto Kita" 1
2008 "Ikaw" -
2013 "Akala Mo" -
2016 Di Mo Man Sabihin
2016 Pakisabi Nalang
2016 Miss Kita Kung Christmas
2017 Iingatan Ka

Music Video Released[edit]

  • "Ngiti"
  • "Gusto Kita"
  • "Ikaw"
  • "Akala Mo"
  • "May Minamahal"
  • "Beginning Today"
  • "Oh Holy Night"
  • Liwanag
  • Miss Kita Kung Christmas
  • Looking Through the Eyes of Love
  • Tila


  • PDA Top 6 Dream Concert Tour: January 2007
  • PDA Top 6 Dream Concert World Tour: April 2007
  • US Tour: July - August 2007
  • "Triple Dare Music" - September 27 at the Music Museum[3]


  • Pop Male Performance on a Music Video of the Year ("Gusto Kita"): ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards 2007
  • Pop Song of the Year ("Ngiti"): ASAP Pop Viewer's Choice Awards 2007
  • Best New Male TV Personality (ASAP '07): 21st Star Awards for Television (2007)
  • Gold Record Award 1st Debut Album titled Ang Aking Awitin(My Songs) April 2008
  • Gold Record award for his 2nd album titled RONNIE LIANG MAY MINAMAHAL (Loving Someone ) under viva records (November 2013)

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