Mitoy entertains commuters in 'Bulag' music video
MANILA -- Here's a novel idea for a music video: set up a sound system at places frequented by commuters and pedestrians and entertain them with your new single, karaoke-style.
MITOY (bulag) music video from Martin San Antonio on Vimeo
Mitoy Yonting, who won "The Voice of the Philippines" after a series of landslide wins in fan votes, fittingly took to the streets and interacted with his supporters as he performed his debut single, "Bulag."
Footage of his performances at several commuter areas, such as the Cubao station of the Metro Rail Transit, formed the music video for "Bulag," which debuted Sunday on music channel MYX.
At one point, Yonting is also seen singing inside a moving Light Rail Transit coach, with smiling passengers taking videos of the performance.
The song, which Yonting performed during the finals night of "The Voice of the Philippines" in September, is one of the tracks in his upcoming album as the first winner of the ABS-CBN program.
Yonting, in an earlier interview, said other numbers he had performed on the hit show will also be included in his debut album.