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Juan Karlos’ first ever album ‘Diwa’ out now

/ 12:22 PM March 20, 2020
Juan Karlos

Juan Karlos (Image: Instagram/@juankarlosband)

Less than a month after releasing its collaboration track with hip-hop legend Gloc-9, rock band Juan Karlos has finally released its first ever studio album, titled “Diwa.”

The new album was released earlier today, March 20, on streaming platforms Spotify and Apple’s iTunes. Juan Karlos took to Instagram to break the news, sharing teasers for each of the 10 songs.


“WALANG MATUTULOG DAHIL NAG-RELEASE KAMI NG ALBUM!!! Tara pakinggan na’tin sabay sabay! #juankarlosDIWA,” the band said.

(None of you should go to sleep because we just released a new album! Let us listen to it together!)


The album is composed of songs “Ulan,” “Kalawakan,” “Malay,” “Pasensya,” “Kulimlim,” “Sistema,” “Biyak,” “Miss You,” “Jenny” and “Sampaguita,” Juan Karlos’ song with Gloc-9 released on Feb. 28.

According to frontman Juan Karlos Labajo, “Diwa” is their first ever studio album as a band.

Around a week ago, the band released a heart-wrenching music video for “Sampaguita,” a song that tells the woes of overseas Filipino workers who long for their loved ones back home.  /ra


WATCH: Juan Karlos, Gloc-9 release dark music video for ‘Sampaguita’

LISTEN: Gloc-9, Juan Karlos’ new song ‘Sampaguita’ tells woes of OFWs

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