Christmas came early with Reverb Worship PH and Star Music’s newest holiday anthem, Biyaya ng Pasko—out now on Star Music’s YouTube channel!
Time marches on, we age and we grow, yet back to Paskong Pinoy our hearts always flow. Biyaya ng Pasko is an invitation to relive our favorite Christmas memories, appreciate this year’s blessings, and celebrate God’s gift of hope, joy, and peace.
Veteran and rising artists from Reverb Worship and Star Music join forces to breathe life into this holiday masterpiece, such as Erik Santos, Jonathan Manalo, Angela Ken, Trisha Denise, Cesca, Khimo Gumatay, N. Arnel De Pano, Carla Martinez, Tricia Amper-Jimenez, Reuben Laurente, Dennis and Charmaine Campañer, James Reyes, JDP Jack D’Preacher, Ava Canaceli, Rhea Rodriguez, Shekinah Gram, Ivy Catucod, Joseph Manalo, Faith Manalo, Basti Santos, Hugo Zaccheo Funtanares, Zia Layug, and Rei Tacsay.
Biyaya ng Pasko is penned and produced by critically acclaimed songwriter, Jonathan Manalo, who is currently the Creative Director of ABS-CBN Music.
“I am so grateful to have been given the trust of CBN Asia’s Reverb Worship to write another Christmas song after Dahilan ng Maligayang Pasko in 2021,” Manalo recalled.
The composer also shared that the new song, Biyaya ng Pasko, was inspired by the vision of Icko Gonzalez, CBN Asia’s Special Projects Department Head, “He encouraged me to write a song that tells about God’s faithfulness and how God’s promise remains the same from generation to generation. It is also about passing on our faith for generations to come.”
CBN Asia’s Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer John Valdes Tan invites listeners to revisit the spirit of Christmas with this heartwarming single.
“Biyaya ng Pasko reminds us why Filipinos love Christmas. In this song, we celebrate our love with friends, family members, and God—who gives life to all our relationships. Biyaya ng Pasko is Reverb Worship and Star Music’s gift to all our faithful partners and supporters. May the joy and love of Christmas be upon us all,” Tan said.