Ever tried making a song out of a sumptuous dish? That's the core inspiration of jazz collective, Brass Pas Pas Pas Pas, for their tasty new single, "Chili Garlic Buttered Shrimp"!
The group is composed of close friends, experienced musicians who wanted to make to make a song out of a yummy dish served by their bandmate. According to Brass Pas Pas Pas Pas, their drummer Wendell Garcia is the one to blame for the song. "Dish ni Wendell tapos sobrang sarap n'ya na ginawan namin ng kanta. Enjoy lang 'yung song, paulit-ulit lang 'yung lyrics," shares Francis De Veyra, who is the band's bassist and musical director.
Other members include Nikki Cabardo on keyboards, Kakoy Legaspi on guitars, Wowie Ansano on trumpet, Pards Tupas on trombone, Rico Sobreviñas on alto saxophone, Joseph Cabañero on tenor saxophone, Jeric Sta. Ana on trumpet, plus Mike Luis and JJ Pimpinio on vocals.
Shot all the way in Baguio, the happy and trippy music video features Wendell reenacting how he preapares his signature dish!
Served hot last Sunday at 19 East, it was a fun night of jazz at the band's music video viewing party! Brass Pas Pas Pas Pas played their happy jazz set, including their song "YONIP" from their album, Greatest Hits! The night also featured fellow artists Johnoy Danao and Baihana.
Get to know more about the music video of "Chili Garlic Buttered Shrimp" and the music of Brass Pas Pas Pas Pas by watching our MYXclusive interview below!
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