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Francis Magalona Lyrics

Genre: Hip Hop/Rap

Francis Magalona Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Kaleidoscope World
2 Kabataan para sa Kinabukasan
3 Pikon
4 Bahala Na
5 Cold Summer Nights
6 Three stars and a sun
7 Where the boys are
8 Old Man
9 Contrapelo 2
10 Biktima Ng Karahasan
11 Rainy
12 Loophole
13 Gotta Let ‘Cha Know
14 Tayo'y Mga Pinoy
15 Touch
16 Livin' In The Wild
17 Coolness
18 My Only One
19 Meron Akong Ano
20 Yo! To Yahweh
21 Butlig Ni KC
22 Old Skool [The Toyroom Remix]
23 Get The Dance Floor
24 Bahay Yugyugan
25 Round 1
26 Lab Song
27 Life's a Beach
28 Funky Monkey
29 The Mouth
30 Puro Imbento
31 1-800-Ninety-Six (1896)
32 Theme From "Happy Battle"
33 Interscholastic
34 A pen and Ink
35 Don’t Make Me Over
36 Ito ang Gusto Ko
37 Girl Be Mine
38 Can I Have a Kiss?
39 Watawat
40 Mga Kababayan
41 Bad Blood
42 Soul Placenta
43 Headphones
44 Bading ang Dating
45 Ib Me (Wanna Be Me)
46 Ubos Biyaya
47 Tingga Sa Wan-Kata
48 Whole Lotta Lovin'
49 Presinto na Naman
50 Rasputin Lives
51 Ayoko sa Dilim
52 Make Your Move
53 Peace on Earth
54 Jolog
55 Way of the Tongue
56 Wag Kang Tumawa
57 Old Skool
58 Friends
59 Contrapelo
60 Man From Manila
61 Thank You
62 What U Want
63 Mahiwagang Kamote
64 Pen & Ink
65 Halalan
66 Unstrung Heroes (Featuring Ely Buendia)
67 Glass of Milk
68 Nilamon Ng Sistema
69 Suckin’ On Helium / Kaleidoscope World
70 Our House
71 Sebentituten
72 Tomagotchi
73 Puso Ng Siga
74 Beam Me Up Scottie / Kimo’s Groove
75 Mga Praning
76 Round 2
77 Put Ya Hands Up
78 Love 4 Life
79 Pektus
80 Wack
81 Baliktad Ang Mundo
82 Manchild
83 Wake Up Call
84 Intellectual Property Rights
85 Blood On The Mud / 2nd Man On The Moon
86 Hangga't Yakap
87 Relax Lang Kayo / Sapot (Featuring Planet Garapata)
88 23 Seconder
89 Baw-Waw-Waw

Francis Magalona Bio

Francis Magalona (October 4, 1964 - March 6, 2009), also known as Francis M, Master Rapper, and The Man From Manila, was a Filipino rapper, songwriter, producer, actor, director, and photographer. Often hailed as the "King of Pinoy Rap", he was considered a legend in the Philippine music community. With the success of his earliest albums, he was the first Filipino rapper in the Philippines to cross over to the mainstream. He is also credited for having pioneered the merging of rap with Pinoy rock, becoming a significant influence to artists in that genre as well. He was also a television host on MTV Asia and on noontime variety television show Eat Bulaga! Magalona died seven months after being diagnosed with acute myelogenous leukemia.

Starting out as a breakdancer in the 1980s, Magalona was cast in several Filipino movies of that decade, including Bagets 2. He likewise gained attention as the resident DJ/rapper in the IBC-13 variety show Loveli'Ness. In 1990, he released the groundbreaking album Yo!, the first commercially released Filipino rap album. Yo! included several popular singles such as Mga Kababayan Ko (My Fellow Countrymen), Gotta Let 'Cha Know, Cold Summer Nights and Man From Manila. With tracks that featured politically conscious and thought-provoking rhymes in both English and Tagalog, Yo! was a big success and helped catapult Filipino hip hop from underground to mainstream status. It also marked the birth of Makabayang or Nationalistic rap in Filipino hip hop.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francis_Magalona