Monthly Archives: February 2015

From Podcasting to Mainstream FM Radio

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February 26, 2015

From Podcasting to Mainstream FM Radio
Blogtalk with MJ Racadio Premiering Syndicated Show at KRYC 105.9 Rhythm FM

Photography by Steve Panes
MJ Racadio Photography by Steve Panes

Blogtalk rhythmFM
(Hollywood, California)
Where Ryan Seacrest meets Mario Lopez. MJ Racadio is the executive
producer/host of Blogtalk and premiering this coming Saturday March 07, 2015 2:30PM PST at KRYC 105.9 Rhythm FM playing Mainstream Top 40 hits, hip hop, and dance music.
From Yuba City to Metro Sacramento and globally via live stream online.
Historical indeed, America’s First Filipino American Hollywood Entertainment
Podcasting Show and syndication in American Mainstream FM Radio.
Inspiring interviews from Hollywood Foreign Press to Emmy Nominated Producer of The Talk. As well as latest buzz in Hollywood, Fashion, Music, Television, Film, Arts. And Culture.

with Jessica Sanchez
with Jessica Sanchez
Reena Tolentino (iCarly, Nike)
Reena Tolentino (iCarly, Nike)

Blogtalk with MJ Racadio (Where Blogging meets Podcasting)
first syndicated show will be American Idol Runner-Up Jessica Sanchez
and Reena Tolentino (iCarly, Nike) an up and coming Hollywood Actress/Model.
The vision of the show is to empower, inspire, one person at a time.
MJ said “I don’t after how many plays we get, importantly if one person
will be inspired in every episodes, I’ve done my part in society”.

According to Annual Soundcloud Statistics, Blogtalk with MJ Racadio visited
by more than 50 counties and 20 countries from WordPress Official Blog respectively.
Currently Blogtalk is on Season 3 powered by Soundcloud and attracting
audiences around the globe from Dubai to Brazil.
MJ said “This is a very historical event because it’s a first of a kind
show to promote the Filipino American culture to Mainstream America and
creating awareness.

Syndicated episode premiering Saturday March 07, 2015 2:30PM PST
Season 3 Tune in every Sundays 9PM Powered by
Official Blog

"Public Relation  within your budget"
“Public Relation within your budget”

From Indie Artist to Billboard Chart Hits

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From Indie Artist to Billboard Chart Hits
Amoray releasing much anticipated EP Album

Debuted #2 Billboard Dance Charts: Hot Dance Club Play
Debuted #2 Billboard Dance Charts: Hot Dance Club Play

By. Mario G. Racadio Jr.
(San Francisco, California)
Where Neyo meets Stevie Wonder.
A native of San Francisco, California. Amoray has numerous Billboard Hits under his belt including
‘Give it’, ‘Jack it out’, ‘Let it Go’ and ‘Keep your Head Up’ all available in iTunes w/ extended, radio, and club remix.

Breaking News!
Amoray debuted #2 on Billboard Hot Dance Club Play Charts as Breakout Artist.

Recently released another Billboard chart-topping hits ‘Don’t Say it ‘ is available on iTunes to download. Apart from his hits, Amoray also embarking in another milestones of his career, which is chosen to be included in Promo Only Video with Global exposure.

Before even hitting Billboard Charts, Amoray had written all his music and did all the vocals as well. Most recordings released by his own independent label Knockout Fashion Records and legendary Producer Manny Lehman. Recently featured in Abercrombie & Fitch compilations, UK Charts, and King of Spin Charts.

He has also worked with top EDM (Electronic Dance Music) producers such as Klubjumpers, Mike Rizzo, Mr Mig team Funk Generation, and H3d Rush. Also featuring remixes by Edson Pride, Paul Goodyear, Funk3d, Timmy Loop, Bill Williams, Disco Delic, and so on.

Let’s find out more with Up close & personal interview with Amoray.

What motivated you to become a recording artist?
I have been in the performing art’s for 20 years in Dancing, Acting and Singing. I have been recording demo’s for years and have sung with various groups also doing musical theatre it’s always been in the cards for me to become a Recording Artist and it was all about timing. Another thing is the right songs that fit the trends of the music business. Once I got the right songs and producer I’m ready to work.

Where do you get inspiration?
I’m inspired by my first teacher to music by my mother and father they were lover’s of all types of music from Gospel , blues, great soul R&B singers and Reggae music was played almost everyday in our house. These things also inspired me to respect the quality of great voices like Aretha Franklin, Al Green, Stevie Wonder, Sylvester, Bob Marley and so on. I love some of the new talents in music industry like Neyo, Usher, Beyoncé and strangely Nikki Minaj. I’m also inspired by everyday experiences and new things people adventures that’s inspires for my melodies. I write my songs for current times and situations. I just keep my ears and eyes open and the inspiration just pours in.

What do you do to unwind? Hobbies ?
I like to spend time with a few close friends, we almost never talk about the music business. It’s more of my listening to them and what’s going on in their lives. It really relaxes me to just chill, eat amazing food like salads are my favorites. Road trips are great to just filling the car with gas and let the wind take you. Spa’s are awesome and I’m love massage therapy. I’m also into some sports like Tennis and Swimming these are things I have been into since high School. But most of all, if I’m very sleep deprived I need catching up with at least 8 hour sleep.

What advice can you give to start-up artist?
The best advice I can give anyone that want to be a professional artist is to get a great vocal coach and study hard to learn about what your voice can do. Also make wise choices, you don’t have to be involved in everything just the right things that will help you propel to your goal. Also surround yourself with people who believe in what your doing. That will empower and motivates you. There is nothing worse than having haters around you it will only bring you down. One more thing if you are a independent artist be ready to invest in yourself. Take care of your business like copyrights and publishing it only cost a few dollars to secure your music.

If given a chance to work with any artist/producers who would that be?
David Guetta, Motto Blanco, Jennifer Hudson, Neyo, Tony Moran, Manny Lehman wish came true on the new EP “Don’t Say It” there are so many more.

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(America’s First Fil-Am Hollywood Entertainment Podcasting Show)
February 12, 2015
Los Angeles, California


In Cooperation with





Paying tribute to the hard word and achievements of

Achievement, Excellence in Community Service

Dear Friends,
Back in February 14, 1997, Miss Gina Lopez of ABS-CBN Network Philippines, started Bantay Bata 163 (in English, Child Watch 163) as a local emergency go to and rescue hotline-operation in Manila, Philippines. 18 years after, Bantay Bata 163 has expanded their operations to Cebu, Davao, Zamboanga, Bicol, Negro Oriental, Iloilo, Pangasinan, Laguna and General Santos City. And with the help of the nation, Bantay Bata 163 was able to further expand its reach through a variety of ongoing projects such as:
Opened in 2003, a Children’s Village to house and care for children who require further attention. Located in the outskirts of Metropolitan Manila, the Children’s Village provides health and wellness care, nutrition, education and psychological development for these disadvantaged and at-risk kids.
Former Philippine President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo led the groundbreaking ceremonies of the Bantay Bata 163 Children’s Village March 29 in Norzagaray, Bulacan. Its construction was the collaboration of efforts by various companies and supporters who have generously donated their resources to build this paradise for the children.
Bantay Bata 163 is also actively involved in combatting and dealing with the problems of Child Trafficking in the Philippines. This includes: The act of trading or dealing with children, including but not limited to, the buying and selling children for money, or for any other consideration, or barter; and sexual exploitation wherein, children whether male or female, who for money, profit or any other consideration or due to the coercion or influence of any adult, syndicate or group, indulge in sexual intercourse or lascivious conduct, are deemed to be children exploited in prostitution and other sexual abuse.
With that said, ABS-CBN Foundation International and N91Live would like to take this opportunity to invite you to attend the above noted Gala as one of our distinguished honoree – as we celebrate the 18th year anniversary of ABS-CBN network Bantay Bata 163 Foundation – in a unified theme, called “Together We Can”.
The 2015 Gala celebration is also to pay tribute to Ms Gina Lopez, the founder and head of the Lopez Family Foundation – The first in her family to systematically harness the technology of ABS CBN media in novel ways for social good in the Philippines for the Filipinos.
This special event will be held on February 20, 2015 at the Conga Room at LA Live, 800 West Olympic Blvd. in Los Angeles.

Attire: Semi-Formal

Date: Friday, February 20, 2015
• 6:00 PM Red Carpet Flow
• 6:30 PM Reception/Auction (Manny Pacquiao and Metta World Peace memorabillas)
• 7:30 PM Program
• 8:00 PM Live Performances

Live Performers
• Inland Empire’s Youtube Pop-Duo Sensation, Zac & Chris
• Grammy Award Winning Singer/Songwriter Brian McKnight’s Sons, BJ & Niko McKnight “Archie”
• NBC’s The Voice 2012 Contestant, Cheesa
• BMG/Chrysalis Recording Artist, Nikki Paige
Distinguished Honorees
• Consul General, Leo Herrera Lim, Excellence in Government Service
• Metta World Peace aka; Ron Artest, Special Recognition
• Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao, Special Recognition

Mistress of Ceremony
• Reyna Joy Banks, Actor, Choreographer, Voice Over Artist, FHG Entertainment

Please tell us your ideas and/or suggestions as well. We look forward to hear them and as well as having you on board at this exciting event of giving.
Thank You – In the hopes that you are able to join us in strengthening the foothold of Bantay Bata 163 in the US to bring joy to the wonderful children they provide for.


N91Live, LLC

Executive Director, Foundation International
A Project of the Asian Pacific Community Fund ( //1145 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 105, Los Angeles, CA 90017
Commissioner, California Volunteers Commission, Appointed 2014 (
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What is your Revolution?

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February 04, 2015
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YFPA Gala 2015: What is your revolution?
By Lydia Neff

What is your Revolution?
What is your Revolution?

SAN FRANCISCO – Once again, the Young Filipino Professionals Association in San Francisco Bay Area will host an annual gala to raise funds for its scholarship progRam. The gala will be on February 22 at 5:30 p.m. at Fort McKinley restaurant.

The 13-yar-old YFPA’s scholarship program provides financial assistance to deserving graduating high school students who have demonstrated leadership skills and have decided to pursue higher education.

The scholarship program was designed for local San Francisco Bay Area high school graduating students selected based on academic achievement, career goals and specific application metrics set by YFPA.

The evening’s theme will focus on “revolution” from the individual’s point of view and how it relates to careers, community and society. It will shed light on how different individuals from different walks of life have shaken up the existing realities of Fil-Am’s in the Bay Area.

This event is inspired by the 29th anniversary of People Power Revolution in the Philippines where a huge movement was initiated for social change.

Almost 30 years ago, what became known as the People Power Revolution led to the departure of longtime dictator, Ferdinand Marcos. The People Power Revolution made international headlines that has since been an inspiration to other civil resistance movements worldwide.

YFPA will celebrate notable “firsts” in the Filipino community. From the first Filipino State Assemblyman Rob Bonta to the first Filipina elected to San Francisco public office Rebecca Delgado-Rottman to the first Filipino BART police officer Gary Cagaanan.

Dinner will be served along with a line up of entertainment including emcee Alan Manalo, ukulele artist Ukulenny, Schematic Band and Jericho Rose. There will be a cash bar.

WHO: Young Filipino Professionals Association

WHAT: YFPA Gala 2015: What is your revolution?

WHEN: February 22, 2015

WHERE: Fort Mckinley, 101 Brentwood Drive, South San Francisco, CA 94080

Members: $50 per person

Non-Members: $55 per person

Ticket + Annual YFPA Membership: $75 per person

*Ticket includes dinner and entertainment. Semi-Formal/Business attire. Philippine-inspired fashion encouraged.

Contact: Lydia Neff, Marketing and Communications Director

Phone: (415) 999-8365



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