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Juan Karlos Labajo to drop new song ‘Boston’ this midnight

/ 05:43 PM July 29, 2021
Juan Karlos Labajo

Image: screengrab from Instagram/@karloslabajo

“Buwan” hitmaker Juan Karlos Labajo is finally back with a new track, titled “Boston,” which will be released later this midnight, July 30.

Going on full Filipino teacher mode, the young artist took to Instagram earlier today, July 29, to ask his followers to send in their “essays” on what they think “Boston” will be about.

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“Mapapakinggan niyo na mamayang alas dose ng hating gabi ang aking kantang pinamagatang ‘Boston’. Akin lamang naisip at gustong usisain, sa tingin ninyo, ano kaya ang istorya ng kantang ito?” Labajo said.

(You will be able to listen to my new song titled “Boston” later this 12 midnight. I just want to know, what story do you think this song will tell?)

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“Ilahad ang inyong kasagutan at teorya sa espasyo sa ibaba ng litrato sa pamamagitan ng talata na hindi bababa sa limampung salita,” he instructed.

(Write down your answers and theories in the space below the photo through a paragraph that should be at least 50 words.)

Just before the release, Labajo will also seemingly go on Instagram Live later at 11:30 p.m. to read the answers from his fans.

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Labajo also commented on his own post to emphasize his instructions and to add new ones, saying, “Paalala po lamang: HINDI po dapat bababa ng 50 words ang essay na inyong isasagot. Pakilagay po ang inyong kumpletong pangalan sa inyong mga profile para po maayos.”

(Reminder: Your essay should not have fewer than 50 words. Please provide your full name and profile for clarity.)

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“Pakipasa po sa takdang oras ang inyong mga kasagutan. Salamat po,” he added. (Please pass before the deadline. Thank you.)

Labajo first announced that he will be dropping a new song via Twitter on July 10 through a teaser, which shows him putting up a poster for “Boston.”

The song also played for only a few seconds in the said video. On July 26, he then gave fans another teaser, although it did not last as long.

“Kung teaser lang ang usapan (If we’re talking about teasers…),” Labajo quipped in the comments section.

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The said teaser hardly shows Labajo strumming one note on his guitar, a stunt that his fans and fellow celebrities definitely found hilarious.

“Grabe sana iniksian mo pa anak (You should have shortened it further). Bwiset. Can’t wait to hear the full song! Congratulations!” Iza Calzado commented.

“O teaser kung teaser! Congrats bro! Abang na kami (We will wait for this),” Chynna Ortaleza, meanwhile, said.

Juan Karlos Labajo

Image: screengrab from Instagram/@karloslabajo

Labajo, frontman of rock band Juan Karlos, is known for several hits including “Buwan,” “Demonyo,” “Sampaguita” and “Kalawakan,” among others. “Boston” will be his first song since last year’s “Bless ü” and “Diwa,” Juan Karlos’ first studio album ever.  /ra

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