Core Filipino Values And Cultural Concepts And Their Importance

The Importance Of Core Filipino Values And Concepts FILIPINO VALUES – Even with almost 400 years of Spanish Colonization, the core Filipino values derived from its indigenous roots never died down, values that emphasize social acceptance. We can see this through the large number of languages that span across the archipelago that is the Philippines. […]

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Alicia Keys, “Someone You Loved” "Tonight we must unite in spite of all the news that we're seeing."Thank you, @aliciakeys, for your powerful voice. #GRAMMYs— Tina Tchen (@TinaTchen) January 27, 2020 There’s something about Alicia Keys and the way her mannerisms suggest a gently stoned youth pastor that just puts us at ease. Alicia Keys wants to sit down at the piano and slow-jam about Donald Trump’s impeachment? We’re not going to say no! Alicia Keys wants to remind everyone that Grammys night is “ten thousand hours long / so keep the speeches short?” We consider ourselves in safe hands for the night! Sing us whatever you like, Alicia, we’ll count ourselves blessed. Tyler, the Creator, “Earfquake/New Magic Wand” TYLER THE CREATOR IS A LEGEND #GRAMMYs— (@instakais) January 27, 2020 Tyler, the Creator has cultivated a reputation for outlandish, exciting live performances since way back in his Odd Future days. (Never forget the group’s Late Night With Jimmy Fallon performance from 2011, where Tyler ended up getting a piggyback ride from Jimmy.) For his Grammys showcase, Tyler donned a blond bowl-cut wig for a riotous medley of two songs from his 2019 album, Igor. (Igor was nominated for — and won — Best Rap Album at this year’s Grammys.) Starting off with the standout single “Earfquake,” Tyler was accompanied by Boyz II Men and Charlie Wilson on backup vocals, all of them clad in identical garb. During the performance, the group fittingly set off an onstage earthquake of sorts, and Tyler followed it up with a firestorm for “New Magic Wand.” It was literally a fiery performance, and one that absolutely is worth rewatching. Camila Cabello, “First Man” Camila Cabello sings "First Man" to her dad from the #GRAMMYs stage as he's overcome by emotion— MTV NEWS (@MTVNEWS) January 27, 2020 As a pack of hardened cynics, we were initially resistant to this number. A sweet, simple ballad an hour into Grammys night? Yes, Camila Cabello has the voice of an angel, but look, wake us up when Tyler, the Creator sets something else on fire. But then the camera cut to Camila’s father openly weeping as she serenaded him, and well … we are not made of stone. We’re always willing to respect a show of genuine emotion when we see it. Now if you’ll excuse us, we have something in our eyes. Ariana Grande, “Imagine”/“7 Rings”/“Thank U, Next” no better way to end the sweetener/thank u, next era. what a beautiful year and a half ❤️ thank u @ArianaGrande #GRAMMYs— (@inmyheadoutro) January 27, 2020 Ariana Grande’s thank u, next represented a maturation for the artist, a vulnerable journey into the singer’s life following the death of her first love, Mac Miller, and the dissolution of her engagement to Saturday Night Live’s Pete Davidson. 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Lil Nas X with BTS, Billy Ray Cyrus, Diplo, and Mason Ramsey, “Old Town Road” YEEHAW, THE SEOUL TOWN ROAD: @BTS_twt with @LilNasX— wisha⁷ (@doyou_bangtan) January 27, 2020 Lil Nas X was joined by a supergroup to perform what must be the definitive version of “Old Town Road,” the anthem that made him a star last spring. The cowpokes who joined cowboy-in-chief Lil Nas X: Billy Ray Cyrus, BTS, Diplo, and Mason Ramsey, a.k.a. the Walmart Yodeling Kid. The crew had all previously guest-starred on remixes of the song, with the Billy Ray Cyrus version becoming the most well-known of them all, setting a chart-topping record on the Billboard Hot 100, and earning a Grammy nod for Record of the Year, to boot. Getting all these artists together to take their horses down to the Old Town Road? An implausible dream that’s now our blessed reality, especially thanks to an amazing rotating set that gave each contributor a unique backdrop to perform against. 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