Mallillin Music Production’s Musikahan Noon at Ngayon Concierto was held at the Music Museum last Friday, December 8. The concert featured both OPM veterans and newcomers, namely: Gary Ariola and Bob Guzman of The Boyfriends, Male Rigor of VST & Co, Jun and Nitoy Mallillin of ABRAKADABRA, D’ Big 3 Sullivans, Zendee,  and Elha Mae Nympha and Kyle Echarri from The Voice Kids.

Nitoy Mallinllin, who performed as well as co-produced the concert, said they would love to do a second, similar show that combines the classic OPM hitmakers with the industry’s rising stars.

Check out our photos from the event below:

Amelia Roberts performed as opening act for the ‘Musikahan Noon at Ngayon’ concert. Pauline Reyes/INQUIRER.net
Marvin Velasquez performed as opening act for the ‘Musikahan Noon at Ngayon’ concert. Pauline Reyes/INQUIRER.net
YouTube sensation Zendee first found fame after posting her cover of Whitney Houston’s ‘I Will Always Love You’ on the platform. Pauline Reyes/INQUIRER.net
Kyle Echarri is a Filipino-American singer who rose to popularity after joining The Voice Kids. Pauline Reyes/INQUIRER.net
Elha Nympha is the grand champion of The Voice Kids Season 2. She has also performed in Steve Harvey’s Little Big Shots TV show. Pauline Reyes/INQUIRER.net
D’ Big 3 Sullivans cracked up the audience with their hilarious antics mid-songs. The group is most popular for their “May Pulis sa Ilalim ng Tulay” song. Pauline Reyes/INQUIRER.net
Singer and concert producer Nitoy M. at the ‘Musikahan Noon at Ngayon’ concert. Pauline Reyes/INQUIRER.net
Cary Ariola and Bob Guzman of The Boyfriends performed the group’s hits like ‘First Love Never Dies’ and ‘Dahil Mahal Kita’. Pauline Reyes/INQUIRER.net
Male Rigor performed VST and Co. hits like “Ikaw ang Aking Mahal’ and “Magsayawan” alongside Bob Guzman, Gary Ariola, and Nitoy M. Pauline Reyes/INQUIRER.net

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