Himig Handog

Himig Handog (Eng: Melody Offering) is a multimedia songwriting and music video competition in the Philippines based in Quezon City. The competition is operated by ABS-CBN Corporation and Star Music, the music subsidiary of ABS-CBN. The contest ran from 2000 to 2003 and was later revived in 2013. The theme of the contest has been love songs since 2002.[1]

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Himig Handog P-Pop Love Songs: Mga Awit at Kwento ng Pusong Pilipino logo
Formation2000
TypeSongwriting, music video production
HeadquartersQuezon City, Philippines
Official language
Filipino
English
Websitehimighandog.abs-cbn.com

Since its revival, it is popularly regarded as "the country's premier songwriting contest"[2][3] with Pinoy songwriters and composers submitting thousands of original compositions annually, and the country's top singers interpreting the songs in a live event.[4]

HistoryEdit

Himig Handog was first established in 2000. To date, it only had held five competitions which were in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003 and in 2013. Each year, the title and theme of the contest changes. In 2000, the contest was titled as Himig Handog sa Bayang Pilipino which was held on October 1. During the second, third and fourth contests' themes and titles were JAM: Makabagong Kabataan, Love Songs and Love Songs 2 respectively.[5]

From 2001 to 2003, only three songs were rewarded with varying amounts of financial incentives(cash prizes) depending on which entry came in first, second, and third.[6] However, in 2013, the amount of incentives given were raised to five to make up a 'Top Five'. Other award categories were also introduced during this year. Also, it introduced a music video contest where participating tertiary institutions across the country were given the challenge of producing and directing the music videos for each song entry under a certain budget.[7]

Himig Handog sa Bayaning Pilipino (2000)Edit

Number Song Composer/s Interpreter/s Notes
1 Lipad ng Pangarap (The Flight of Dreams) Arnel De Pano Dessa
2 Super Pinoy Jungee Marcelo Jolina Magdangal with Quarter to Five
  • Youth's Choice Award[8]
  • Overseas Filipino Worker's Choice Award[8]
3 Para Sa’yo (For You) Trina Belamide Dianne dela Fuente and The Bataoke Kids
4 Larawan (Picture) Dodjie Simon Anna Fegi
  • People's Choice Award[8]
5 Ang Galing Mo (Bayaning Pilipino) (Filipino Hero, You Are Great) Erick Sta. Maria Reuben Laurente with 92AD
6 Bayani (Hero) Mike Villegas Zebedee Zuñiga, Bayang Barrios and Katrice Gavino
7 Ako, Ikaw, Tayo (I, You, Us) Ronald Sorioso Jimmy Bondoc with The Essence Band
8 Maging Isang Bayani (Become A Hero) Allan Feliciano and Ces Datu Cookie Chua
9 Ikaw ay Bayani (You Are a Hero) Noel Cabangon III of a Kind
10 Si Ka Bayani Soc Villanueva and Arnel De Pano Gary Granada Grand Winner

JAM: Himig Handog sa Makabagong Kabataan (2001)Edit

Number Song Composer/s Interpreter/s Notes
1 Network "I" Paulino Armesin, Jr. 17:28
2 Jam Mike Villegas Kevin Roy and Cookie Chua
3 Kahit Pilitin Pa Arnel De Pano Dianne Dela Fuente
4 K Naman Jungee Marcelo Noel Cabangon and Ang Tropang Papuri
5 Free Gino Torres Roselle Nava and The Bukas Palad
6 You Can Make It Happen Dodjie Simon and Ellis Simon Radha Best Interpreter
7 Si Eddie Laarnie Matta Macaraeg and Luz Ching Pumarega Dingdong Avanzado
8 True Luv Mike Luis Mike & Noah
9 Someday Jimmy Antiporda Barbie's Cradle
10 Tara Tena Jonathan Manalo Kyla, Kaya, and V3 Grand Winner

Himig Handog Love Songs (2002)Edit

Number Song Composer/s Interpreter/s Awards
1 This Guy's In Love With You, Pare Michael Angelo Villegas and Allan Feliciano Chito Miranda of Parokya Ni Edgar
2 Hindi Na Bale Jimmy Antiporda Jessa Zaragoza
3 Sabi Na Nga Ba Arnie Mendaros Tootsie Guevarra
4 Love Has Come My Way Leonardo Quinitio Heart Evangelista Listeners' Choice Award and
Texters' Choice Award
5 Bakit? Aristotle Pollisco and Mike Villegas Gloc-9 and Cookie Chua
6 Only I Brian Cua and Jason Icasiano Dianne dela Fuente
7 Hanggang Gigi and Ronaldo Cordero Wency Cornejo
8 Kailanpaman Mike Villegas Kevin Roy
9 Kung Ako Na Lang Sana Soc Villanueva Bituin Escalante Grand Winner
10 Kung Ako Ba Siya? Arnold Reyes Piolo Pascual Buyers' Choice Award

Himig Handog Love Songs 2 (2003)Edit

Number Song Composer/s Interpreter/s Notes
1 Bye Bye Na Ted Reyes and Jeff Antiporda Rico Blanco of Rivermaya
2 Kailan Kita Mamahalin Arnel De Pano Anna Fegi Grand Winner
3 Alam Kong Di Ako, Okey Lang Rommel Tuico and Jason Dacua Bayani Agbayani
4 Susubukan Kong Muli Jan Lopez Jessa Zaragoza
5 Last Love Song Ron Jansen Solis 17:28 and Heart Evangelista
6 Kailan Ka Darating Wency Cornejo Rachel Alejandro and Wency Cornejo
7 Maibabalik Ko Ba? Marc Bryan Adona Josh Santana
8 Stop Think Aliya Parcs and Allan Feliciano Aliya Parcs
9 Huwag Ka Nang Umiyak Ron Jansen Solis True Faith
10 Narito Lang Ako Chona Borromeo Vina Morales

Himig Handog P-Pop Love Songs: Mga Awit at Kwento ng Pusong Pilipino (2013)Edit

The theme of the 2013 contest was P-Pop Love Songs: Mga Awit at Kwento ng Pusong Pilipino [9][10] (lit. P-Pop Love Songs: The Songs and Stories of Filipino Hearts). It was held at the Mall of Asia Arena on February 24, 2013. The competition consists of twelve finalists selected from the 2,500 songs submitted during the auditions.[11]

The competition ended with "Anong Nangyari Sa Ating Dalawa" as the first place by Jovinor Tan (interpreted by Aiza Seguerra). Also, on second place was "Hanggang Wakas" by Soc Villanueva (interpreted by Juris Fernandez); third place was "If You Ever Change Your Mind", which was sung and composed Marion Aunor;[12] fourth place was "Scared to Death" by Domingo Rosco Jr. and sung by KZ Tandingan; and fifth place was "Kahit Na" by Julius James de Belen and interpreted by Toni Gonzaga.[13][14][15][16][17]

Meanwhile, the song "Nasa Iyo na ang Lahat" by Jungee Marcelo which was sung by Daniel Padilla won special awards. These include MOR Listener's Choice, Tambayan 101.9 Listener's Choice, Star Records CD Buyer's Choice and the MYX Choice for Best Video.[13][18]

The competition was judged by Jim Paredes, Louie Ocampo, Olivia Lamasan, August Benitez, Jett Pangan, Freddie Aguilar, Cory Vidanes, Freddie M. Garcia, Jed Madela, Sarah Geronimo and Ogie Alcasid as its chairman.[14] Special guests Anna Fegi, Bituin Escalante, and Martin Nievera performed a Finale production number representing the past winners of the competition.[19]

NOTE: All Tagalog titles are enclosed with English translations.

Result Song [20][21] Composer/s [22] Interpreter/s [23] Music video
1 Alaala
(Remembrance)
Ma. Fe Mechenette, G. Tianga, Melvin Muervana and Joel Jabat, Jr. Yeng Constantino Philippine Christian University
2 Anong Nangyari Sa Ating Dalawa?
(What Happened to the Two of Us?)
Jovinor Tan Aiza Seguerra De La Salle–College of Saint Benilde
3 Hanggang Wakas
(Until the End)
Soc Villanueva Juris Fernandez San Beda College - Alabang
4 If You Ever Change Your Mind Marion Aunor Marion Aunor Polytechnic University of the Philippines
5 Kahit Na
(Even If)
Julius James de Belen Toni Gonzaga University of the Philippines - Diliman
6 Nasa Iyo Na Ang Lahat 1
(Everything Is In You)
Jungee Marcelo Daniel Padilla Ateneo de Manila University
7 One Day Agatha Morallos Angeline Quinto University of the East - Caloocan
8 Pwede Bang Ako Na Lang Ulit? Jeffrey Cifra Bugoy Drilon MINT College
9 Sana’y Magbalik Arman Alferez Jovit Baldivino Far Eastern University
10 Scared To Death Domingo Rosco, Jr. KZ Tandingan University of Santo Tomas
11 Tamang Panahon
(Right Time)
Wynn Andrada Wynn Andrada Adamson University
12 This Song Is For You Jude Gitamondoc Erik Santos Technological Institute of the Philippines

Special awards:

^1 MOR Listener's Choice; Tambayan 101.9 Listener's Choice; Star Records CD Buyer's Choice; MYX Choice for Best Video

^2 TFC's Choice Award

Himig Handog P-Pop Love Songs (2014)Edit

This year's contest was titled "Himig Handog P-Pop Love Songs" and was held at the Smart Araneta Coliseum on September 28, 2014, where the interpreters performed their songs with an orchestra conducted by Gerard Salonga. The event was hosted by Kim Chiu, Xian Lim, Alex Gonzaga and Robi Domingo. The studio versions of the songs were performed by the interpreters live at the morning lifestyle TV show Kris TV and on Sunday noontime variety show ASAP 19 ahead of the grand-finals night.

Result Song Composer/s Interpreter/s Music video
1 Akin Ka Na Lang
(You Are Just Mine)
Francis Louis Salazar Morissette Amon Letran College
2 Bumabalik ang Nagdaan
(The Past Returns)
Sarah Jane Gandia Jessa Zaragoza Meridian International College
3 Dito
(Here)
Raizo Chabeldin, Biv De Vera Jovit Baldivino Far Eastern University
4 Everything Takes Time Hazel Faith Dela Cruz Hazel Faith Dela Cruz Adamson University
5 Halik sa Hangin
(Kiss in the Air)
David Dimaguila Ebe Dancel and Abra University of the East
6 Hanggang Kailan
(Until When)
Jose Joel Mendoza Angeline Quinto Ateneo De Manila University
7 Hindi Wala
(No Nothing)
Nica Del Rosario Juris De La Salle–College of Saint Benilde
8 If You Don't Want to Fall Jude Gitamondoc Jed Madela University of Santo Tomas
9 Mahal Kita Pero
(I Love You But)
Melchora Mabilog Janella Salvador San Beda College Alabang
10 Mahal Ko O Mahal Ako Edwin Marollano KZ Tandingan San Sebastian College
11 Pare, Mahal Mo Raw Ako
(Dude, You Said You Love Me)
Jovinor Tan Michael Pangilinan University of the Philippines
12 Pumapag-ibig Jungee Marcelo Marion Aunor, Rizza Cabrera and Seed Bunye Mapua Institute of Technology
13 Simpleng Tulad Mo Meljohn Magno Daniel Padilla Polytechnic University of the Philippines
14 Umiiyak ang Puso
(The Heart Cries)
Rolando Azor Bugoy Drilon St. Paul University
15 Walang Basagan ng Trip Eric De Leon Jugs Jugueta and Teddy Corpuz Miriam College

Special awards:

Award Song Composer/s Interpreter/s Music video
ABS-CBN Mobile Choice Award Simpleng Tulad Mo Meljohn Magno Daniel Padilla Polytechnic University of the Philippines
TFC Choice Award If You, Don't Want To Fall Jude Gitamondoc Jed Madela University of Santo Tomas
Favorite Interpreter Award Mahal Ko O Mahal Ako Edwin Marollano KZ Tandingan San Sebastian College
Star Cinema Choice Award Halik sa Hangin David Dimaguila Ebe Dancel and Abra University of the East
Starstudio Reader's Choice Award If You, Don't Want To Fall Jude Gitamondoc Jed Madela University of Santo Tomas
MYX Best Music Video Award Mahal Kita Pero Melchora Mabilog Janella Salvador San Beda College Alabang
MOR Listeners’ Choice Award Simpleng Tulad Mo Meljohn Magno Daniel Padilla Polytechnic University of the Philippines
Star Music Listener's Choice Award Bumabalik ang Nagdaan Sarah Jane Gandia Jessa Zaragoza Meridian International College

Himig Handog P-Pop Love Songs (2016)Edit

The Top 15 finalists of the 2016 Himig Handog P-Pop Love Songs was released on January 13, 2016.[24] The grand finals night was held at the Kia Theatre on April 24, 2016 and aired on ABS-CBN's "Sunday's Best". This was hosted by Kathryn Bernardo, Enrique Gil, Liza Soberano and Robi Domingo. "Dalawang Letra", a song entry composed by Pinoy Dream Academy alumnus Davey Langit and interpreted by Itchyworms band was named as the grand winner, while the song "O Pag-Ibig", composed by Honlani Rabe and Jack Rufo and interpreted by Ylona Garcia and Bailey May bagged the most number of special awards.[25]

Result Song[24] Composer/s Interpreter/s Music video producers
Ambon Gianina Camille del Rosario Barbie Almalbis St. Paul University Quezon City
Bibitawan Ka Hazel Faith dela Cruz Juris Far Eastern University
Dalawang Letra Davey Langit Itchyworms San Sebastian College – Recoletos de Manila
Diamante Jungee Marcelo Morissette Amon San Beda College-Alabang
3rd Best Song Laban Pa David Dimaguila KZ Tandingan and Jay R Mapua Institute of Technology
Maghihintay Ako Dante Bantatua Jona University of Santo Tomas
Mananatili Francis Louis Salazar Janella Salvador and Marlo Mortel Asia Pacific Film Institute
Minamahal Pa Rin Ako Rolando Azor Daryl Ong Polytechnic University of the Philippines
2nd Best Song Monumento Jungee Marcelo Kyla and Kris Lawrence Miriam College
Nyebe Aries Sales Kaye Cal University of the East-Manila
O Pag-Ibig Honlani Rabe/Jack Rufo Ylona Garcia and Bailey May MINT College
5th Best Song Parang Tayo Pero Hindi Marlon Barnuevo Angeline Quinto and Michael Pangilinan De La Salle–College of Saint Benilde
Patay Na Si Uto Oliver Narag Nyoy Volante iAcademy
Sana'y Tumibok Muli Jose Joel Mendoza Klarisse De Guzman Asia Pacific College
4th Best Song Tama Lang Agatha/Melvin Morallos Jolina Magdangal Ateneo De Manila University

Special Awards:

  • MOR 101.9 Choice Award - O Pag-Ibig by Bailey May and Ylona Garcia
  • TFC's Global Choice Award - O Pag-Ibig by Bailey May and Ylona Garcia
  • One Music Philippines Favorite Interpreter Choice Award - O Pag-Ibig by Bailey May and Ylona Garcia
  • MYX Best Music Video Choice Award - O Pag-Ibig by Bailey May and Ylona Garcia
  • Star Music Choice Award - Nyebe by Kaye Cal

Himig Handog (2017)Edit

The Top 10 finalists of the Himig Handog 2017 was released on September 10, 2017. The grand finals day was held on ASAP on November 26, 2017 on ABS-CBN. "Titibo-Tibo", a song entry composed by Libertine Amistoso and interpreted by Moira Dela Torre was named as the grand winner, while the song "Tayo na Lang Kasi", composed by Soc Villanueva and interpreted by Kyla and Jason Dy bagged the most number of special awards.

Result Song Composer/s Interpreter/s Music video producers
Bagyo Agatha Morallos Jake Zyrus BulSU Cinephilia - Bulacan State University
Bes Eric De Leon Migz Haleco Columban College - Olongapo
3rd Best Song Extensyon Michael “Aikee” Aplacador Iñigo Pascual feat. Aikee Lyceum of the Philippines University–Laguna
Naririnig Mo Ba LJ Manzano and Joan Da Morissette Southern Luzon State University
2nd Best Song Sampu Raizo Chabeldin and Biv De Vera Jona Holy Angel University
5th Best Song Tanghaling Tapat Gabriel Tagadtad Unit406 De La Salle Lipa University
Tayo na Lang Kasi Soc Villanueva Kyla and Jason Dy Meridian International College
The Labo Song Karl Gurano and Teodoro “Teddy” Katigbak Kaye Cal Colegio de San Juan de Letran - Abucay, Bataan
Grand Winner Titibo-Tibo Libertine Amistoso Moira Dela Torre International Academy of Film and Television
4th Best Song Wow na Feelings Karlo Zabala Janella Salvador Saint Louis University - Baguio

Special Awards:

  • MOR 101.9 Choice Award - Tayo na Lang Kasi by Kyla and Jason Dy
  • TFC's Global Choice Award - Wow na Feelings by Janella Salvador
  • One Music Philippines Favorite Interpreter Choice Award - Tayo na Lang Kasi by Kyla and Jason Dy
  • MYX Best Music Video Choice Award - Tayo na Lang Kasi by Kyla and Jason Dy
  • Star Music Choice Award - The Labo Song by Kaye Cal

Himig Handog (2018)Edit

The Top 10 finalists of the Himig Handog 2018 was released on September 25, 2018 and on September 26, 2018 they revealed their interpreters. The grand finals day was held on ASAP on November 11, 2018 on ABS-CBN. Unlike previous years, a competition between universities and colleges for the best music video production was not held.

Result Song Composer(s) Interpreter(s) Music video producer(s)
Dalawang Pag-Ibig Niya Bernard Reforsado Krystal Brimner, Sheena Belarmino and MNL48 Valerie Velasquez; Mari Jean Moises
Hati Na Lang Tayo Sa Kanya Joseph Santiago Eumee Froilan Carlo Fuentes
3rd Best Song Kababata John Michael Edixon Kyla and Kritiko (performed by Kritiko and Angeline Quinto during the pre-finals on ASAP) Wonderlast Films
4th Best Song Mas Mabuti Pa Mhonver Lopez & Joanna Concepcion Janine Berdin Roxy A. Liquigan; Jeff Victoria; Hyro Aguinaldo; Bianca Basilio; Ja Raynera
Para Sa Tabi Robert William Pereña BoybandPH
Grand Winner Sa Mga Bituin Na Lang Ibubulong Kyle Raphael Borbon JM de Guzman (performed by Jason Dy during the grand finals on ASAP) Nailen Garalde
Sugarol Jan Sabili Maris Racal Catsi Catalan
5th Best Song Tinatapos Ko Na Sarah Jane Gandia Jona Margaret Maño
2nd Best Song Wakasan Philip Arvin Jarilla Agsunta
Wala Kang Alam Martin John Arellano & Mel Magno Sam Mangubat

Special Awards:

  • MOR 101.9 Choice Award - Sugarol by Maris Racal
  • TFC's Global Choice Award - Sugarol by Maris Racal
  • One Music Philippines Favorite Interpreter Choice Award - Wala Kang Alam by Sam Mangubat
  • MYX Best Music Video Choice Award - Sugarol by Maris Racal
  • Star Music Choice Award - Mas Mabuti Pa by Janine Berdin
  • Producer's Award - Tinatapos Ko Na by Jona

Himig Handog (2019)Edit

The Top 12 finalists of the Himig Handog 2019 was released on June 24, 2019, while the interpreters were revealed on July 26, 2019. The grand finals day was held on ASAP Natin 'To on October 13, 2019 on ABS-CBN.

Result Song Composer(s) Interpreter(s) Music video producer(s)
"Alaala" Alekzandra Nicole Quitalig Alekzandra
"Ikaw at Linggo" Eamarie Gilayo Eamarie
"Ingat" Ferdinand Aragon I Belong To The Zoo
"Isa Pang Ikaw" Joseph Ponce Justin Vasquez
Grand Winner "Mabagal" Dan Martel Simon Tañedo Daniel Padilla and Moira Dela Torre Johnny Moonlight Prod
4th Best Song "Nung Tayo Pa" Rex Torremoro & Elmar Jan Bolaño Janella Salvador
"Paano Ba" Richanne Charms Jacinto Vanya Castor
5th Best Song "Panandalian" Jerome C. Arcangel & Cee Jay D. Del Rosario TJ Monterde
3rd Best Song "Please Lang" Michael Angelo "Aikee" Aplacador Alex Gonzaga feat. Toni Gonzaga
"Sasabihin Ko" LJ Manzano & Joan Da Joan Da
"Sa'yong Mundo" Noel Zuniga Cabalquinto Janine Berdin
2nd Best Song "Simula ng Dulo" Davey Langit & Therese Marie Villarante Davey Langit

Special Awards:

  • Listeners' Choice Award - Mabagal by Daniel Padilla and Moira Dela Torre
  • MOR 101.9 Choice Award - Mabagal by Daniel Padilla and Moira Dela Torre
  • One Music Philippines Favorite Interpreter Choice Award - Mabagal by Daniel Padilla and Moira Dela Torre
  • MYX Best Music Video Choice Award - Mabagal by Daniel Padilla and Moira Dela Torre

Himig Handog (2020)Edit

This year, among the 3,000 of compositions submitted, the Top 12 finalists of the Himig Handog 2020 was announced on September 26, 2020 via ABS-CBN social media platforms and the interpreters were revealed on October 24, 2020.[26] [27] The music videos for all songs were released on January 2, 2021. The grand finals day will be on March 21, 2021.

Result Song Composer(s) Interpreter(s) Music video producer(s)
"Ang Hirap Maging Mahirap" Kenneth Reodica Davey Langit ft. Kritiko
"Bulalakaw" Joanna Ang Janine Berdin ft. Joanna Ang
"Ibang Planeta" Dan Tañedo Zild
"Ika'y Babalik Pa Ba" Jabez Orara Juris
"Kahit Kunwari Man Lang" Kirt David Mercado Moira Dela Torre and Agsunta
"Kahit Na Masungit" John Francis and Jayson Franz Pasicolan Jeremy Glinoga and Kyle Echarri
"Kulang Ang Mundo" Daryl Cielo Sam Mangubat
"Marupok" Daniella Ann Balagtas KZ Tandingan Geloyellow, Gerald Lopez
"Out" Erica Sabalboro Fana
"Pahina" Joshua Ortiz and Aniceto Cabahug III Kiss N' Tell
"Tabi Tabi Po" Mariah Alyssa Moriones JMKO
"Tinadhana Sa'yo" SJ Gandia Zephanie

See alsoEdit

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