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WATCH: ABS-CBN releases music video for ‘Andito Tayo Para Sa Isa’t Isa’ Christmas ID

Watch the music video for ABS-CBN’s Christmas ID this year.

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11/13/2021 03:28 PM
WATCH: ABS-CBN releases music video for ‘Andito Tayo Para Sa Isa’t Isa’ Christmas ID
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ABS-CBN released the music video for its Christmas ID titled "Andito Tayo Para Sa Isa't Isa" on Friday, November 12. 

The music video features numerous Kapamilya artists like Sarah Geronimo, Piolo Pascual, Sharon Cuneta, Kathryn Bernardo, and Daniel Padilla, among others. 

The music video put the spotlight on the stories of hope and survival of Filipinos around the world amid the pandemic.


"For Filipinos, Christmas is a time of miracles. Here in our music video 'Andito Tayo Para Sa Isa’t Isa (Christmas ID ng Pilipino)' we prove this to be true. There will be an end to this long and dark tunnel, if we hope, pray, and continue to be there for each other as one family," ABS-CBN said.

The Kapamilya network added that the Christmas ID is a "tribute to the hero in every one of us, because no part is too small in this fight to survive the biggest catastrophe of our generation."

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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"These are the stories that prove that God is our light and that we are His instruments in spreading love and joy during these trying times. We are each other’s strength and answered prayers. We are each other’s miracles," ABS-CBN added. 

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The "Andito Tayo Para Sa Isa't Isa" music video has already gained more than one million views on Facebook and more than 500K views on YouTube since it premiered Friday night.

The music video was created by the ABS-CBN Creative Communication Management Division. The song lyrics were written by Robert Labayen, Love Rose De Leon, and Thyro Alfaro. The music was composed by Thyro Alfaro and Xeric Tan.