TNT Boys Are Back With Christmas Single “Sa Araw Ng Pasko”

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The TNT Boys wish everyone a joyful Christmas day with their latest comeback Christmas song named “Sa Araw Ng Pasko”, which premiered under ABS-CBN Star Music last November 19.

TNT Boys’ performed the song in an upbeat vibe and showcased rap on the mid-part. And lyrics were both written in Tagalog and English language.

“Sa Araw Ng Pasko” defines Christmas in the Philippines as like no other, full of love and joy. Also emphasize some of the Pinoy Christmas traditions like caroling, Simbang Gabi and the gigantic Christmas trees on the streets.

It was written and produced by the Filipino songwriter Vehnee Saturno and was arranged by Albert Tamayo.

The TNT Boys, made up of three members Kiefer Sanchez, Mackie Empuerto and Francis Concepcion, was originally formed in Tawag Ng Tanghalan Kids in 2017. They are also known as The Big Shot Trio and the Philippines’ youngest sold-out concert performers.

Watch the lyric video of “Sa Araw Ng Pasko” here:

Source: https://www.instagram.com/thetntboys/

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