” Ikaw Ang Buhay Ko”by Ogie Alcasid: BlogCon

9th Floor Universal Records Tower, Quezon Avenue, Quezon City-Philippines

“This album- Ikaw ang Buhay Ko is dedicated to my beautiful wife. After five years of being married to her, I celebrate the joys and the challenges of marriage with a human being who is kind, giving, loving, funny, and most of all God-fearing. It is indeed a blessing to be married to someone who loves the Lord as much as I do as He has prepared us for the hills and valleys of our married life.”

“As far as we are from perfect, He loves us so much that He takes care of every aspect of our union through hope, faith, and love. Mr. Ogie Alcasid said as the award-winning songwriter announced the release of his new album after four years under Universal Records.

Mr. Ogie Alcasid

The new album features ten love songs including five new original compositions by Ogie taking inspirations from his wife , the Asia’s Songbird Ms. Regine Velasquez . ” I wrote five songs in the album and all of which were inspired by my wife as we celebrated our 5th anniversary “.

He also told a group of media and bloggers that it took him just one sitting to  finish compose his masterpiece ,  it was one of the rare moments . He was so inspired to finish the lyrics .

The other five songs in the album, however returns to the very famous Filipino wedding songs delivering Ogie’s version in a variety of dynamic ways including remakes of ” Hawak Kamay , ” Hanggang ” , ” Tanging Yaman ” , ” lingatan Ka” , and ” Pag-Ibig”.

Ikaw ang Buhay Ko” is Ogie’s fist album in four years which he recorded most of the songs in his studio called Walker Studios. Ogie -known for ballad classics such as ” Bakit Ngayon Ka Lang , ” Kung Mawawala Ka, ” Mahal Kita , walang Iba, ” Ikaw Sana , Hanggang Ngayon, Sana Ay Ikaw Na Nga, and Pangako “- last released his gold record album” The Songwriter and The Hitmakers ” in 2012.

Every song on the album is a positive expression of love that anyone who feels love ot has felt surely relate to as Ogie shared, ” There is no room for pain in this album-all joy and bliss” .

The album is available in all records bars nationwide . Digital downloads are available on iTunes, Amazon and Spinnr nd streaming is available on Deezer.

group photo with Mr. Ogie Alcasid – photo courtesy of Universal Records

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Kingspoint Parish- Christ the King of the Universe Parish

This is the Kingspoint parish or more popularly known as Christ the King of the Universe Parish its feast day is celebrated every third sunday of November.

The parish since its beginnings  in the mid- 1970’s was under the jurisdiction of Parokya ng Pagkabuhay– (Resurrection of Our Lord Parish) Pagkabuhay road  ( Bagbag, Novaliches ) until early 2002 were it became an independent parish had a resident priest and a community center.

This parish had grown tremendously over the past 30 years , from a small chapel with barely a few dozen sitting capacity to several hundred  hosting several communities from Kingspoint subdivision and the adjacent areas.

The church underwent 3 major renovations in mid 1980’s , 1990’s  and 2000’s  on the same site .  The present day church belfry-  ground level also served as a small souvenir shop were religious items such as rosary, prayer booklets, mass cards are sold.

Mr. Ogie Alcasid and Micheal V.

Yaya and Angelina movie pictures courtesy of GMA films

The church served as a location on several television series in the past and most notably the ” Yaya and Angelina ” the spoiled brat movie starting Mr. Ogie Alcasid and Micheal V.  which was shown last September 23, 2009.

” Angelina the 7 year -old spoiled brat girl was ringing the bell tower ” in a portion of the movie .

Joining the cast are some of today’s most talented stars such as Iza Calzado, Aiko Melendez, Jomari Yllana, Leo Martinez, Roxanne Guinoo, Sheena Halili, Victor Aliwalas, Pekto Nacua and John Feir.

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