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My ‘predictions’ for 2013

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One Direction will continue their winning ways. The boy band does what they do best and that is to serve as pop-idols for the pre-teens to teenagers. Another studio-release from them isn’t a far-fetched idea to say the least. Their immense popularity will only get bigger and bigger.

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Psy’s popularity will reach its peak here in the Philippines. After his scheduled concert in February at the SM Mall Of Asia, fans will lose significant interest after finally seeing him perform live.

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A resurgence of more local bands in the mainstream. There have been ramblings and talks that major label heads are quietly manuevering to sign new bands. Expect this to happen this year.

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Dance-pop music will gain even more ground. Expect more artists to embrace this genre.

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Taylor Swift will have another failed relationship. On the upside, she will have new material to write about.

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Dr. Dre’s long awaited and repeatedly pushed back album titled: “Detox” will finally be released.

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Snoop Lion might change his name back to Snoop Dogg, realizing this whole “reggae thing” wasn’t all that it was hyped up to be.

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Zendee Rose Tenerefi’s debut album under Warner Music Philippines will be released to much fanfare and critical reception. Her naysayers will eat a generous serving of humble pie, realizing she is the real deal.

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Lady Gaga will release a new album that will be far edgier, crazier, and more ridiculous than the last one. If that is even imaginable. Expect Lady Gaga to pull out every trick she has up her sleeve to outdo all her previous efforts. Fans will either be pleased with this or will be totally creeped out. What is the saying, too much of anything is a bad thing?

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Lil Wayne will take a sabaticcal from making music.

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Eminem might revert back to his ‘Slim Shady’ persona, complete with bleached hair.

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David Pomeranz will come again to Manila to perform–for the nth time.

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A popular local act from the 90′s will reunite for one night!

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Another Youtube sensation will appear.

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 Happy New Year !


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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_ZWTTKJTI57YO7TZBJC66GA2OLU dennis

    With the combination of Modern technologies..sounds (acoustic)..as well as how Filipinos embrace and appreciate music,revivals of all old songs converting it into a new version will remain a favorite choice among Filipino people!….An end to what we called “Hip-Hop” will come sooner because “Love songs…Ballads and R&B will return since the world are now tired of struggles in life,people will search something that will change and calm his moods!…Color of the year will probably “Blue”(2013) which fits every corners of life.Filipinos will start to compete to the outside world in music and art.A new life slogan such as “Me against myself” will start to move in every person´s mind making it to challenge himself (old ways and attitudes) means everyone has to prove something that will change him/her totally….something called “The new me!”…That´s my prediction.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4R3GZTGML26TV2VGS6RVHP2THM Fred

    Si Zendee Rose Tenerife, ang first name nya kaya ay Cindy? Bisaya kaya naging Zendee, no offense meant, just asking.

    • marvel_coinage

      that’s nothing to do with being a bisaya..pinoys usually mix names from grandparents,parents and form a new one…u sound stupid for saying that..

  • marvel_coinage

    Zendee’s name has nothing to do with being a bisaya. Pinoys like to mix names  from grandparents, parents and make a new one..This kind of reasoning are from people who are ignorant or just being dumb..



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