HimigThe finals night of ABS-CBN’s “Himig” 11th edition songwriting competition is happening on March 21, when the recipients of the special awards will be recognized and the Best Song will be announced.
The “Himig” 11th edition finals night will be seen first via livestream on KTX at 7 p.m. for P199. It will be broadcast at 10 p.m. on Kapamilya Channel’s “Sunday’s Best” and TFC IPTV.
Fans have a say on who will take home the TFC’s Global Choice Award, MOR Philippines Choice Award and MYX Choice for Best Music Video by voting for their favorite finalists until March 15.
To vote for your TFC Global Choice Award, watch, comment and react to its “Himig” in-studio performance. The song with the most comments and reactions will receive the award along with $1,000 for its songwriter.
For the MOR Philippines Choice Award, log in on YouTube and like the official audio-video of the entry of your choice on MOR Entertainment’s YouTube Channel.
Meanwhile, 30% of the criteria for judging for the MYX Choice for Best Music Video award will come from the total number of views of the entries’ official music videos.
The event will also be streamed on Kapamilya Online Live, the YouTube channels of ABS-CBN Star Music, MYX Philippines, MOR Entertainment and One Music PH as well as ABS-CBN Music’s official TikTok account (@ abscbnmusic).
“Himig” 11th edition has presented a diverse lineup of songs and interpreters, and collaborations like Jeremy G and Kyle Echarri for John Francis and Jayson Franz Pasicolan’s “Kahit Na Masungit”; Moira dela Torre and Agsunta for David Mercado’s “Kahit Kunwari Man Lang”; Davey Langit ft. Kritiko for Kenneth Reodica’s “Ang Hirap Maging Mahirap”; and Janine Berdin ft. Joanna Ang for the latter’s “Bulalakaw.”
It has also opened doors for rookie interpreters Zephanie for SJ Gandia’s “Tinadhana Sa ’Yo,” JMKO for Mariah Moriones’ “Tabi-tabi Po,” Kiss ‘N Tell for its entry “Pahina,” ZILD for Dan Tañedo’s “Ibang Planeta” and FANA for Erica Sabalboro’s “Out,” and saw the return of previous interpreters like KZ Tandingan for Danielle Balagtas’ “Marupok,” Sam Mangubat for Daryl Cielo’s “Kulang Ang Mundo” and Juris for Jabez Orara’s “Ika’y Babalik Pa Ba.”