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Happy Battle By: Marah Joy Roque
I’m not a fan of his art until he died. It’s true that end justifies the means. Francis Magalona made me realized a lot of things about life. He’ll always be a part of me and I will always be a follower of his words.
I wrote this article two years ago for my journalism project. I was a third year high school then. Our TV screen was filled with his images, his memories and his legacy and it gives me interetst to know how he handle his sickness. I checked his multiply account and saw his blogs about his treatment, his art and his family. Francis Magalona is a great man, Indeed.
I hope you’re having a great time up there! Please continue guiding our country and your fellow citizens around the world. We miss you. We miss seeing you in BULAGAAN. We miss the Master Rapper. Thank you for letting your kids to share their talents to the public. Just so you know, I’m a fan of your family, especially Saab as she inspires me to express myself through blogging! Don’t worry, we’ll never forget you. You’ll always be in our hearts.
P.S Sir Kiko, RIP (Return If Possible)
Every color, Every hue is represented by me and you - Ilang beses mo na kinanta to? Eh nung mapasabay ka sa kanta ng Mga Kababayan ko nais kong malaman niyo bilib ako sa kulay ko AKO AY PILIPINO!Isang tao lang naman ang nagpauso niyang lahat.
The man who has the courage to stand up for our own music. The man who has the ability to encourage youth to make music. The man who open the eyes of every Filipino to love his own motherland. He’s one of a kind creature by God. He’s no other than, The Master Rapper, Francis Magalona.
Maraming beses niya tayo napapabilib, from variety shows to drama! From mellow to Rap siya ang Bida! Hindi mo maiaakila ang kanyang pagiging positive sa lahat ng bagay! Kaya hindi mo maiaalis na malungkot ang karamihan ng nawala siya. He’s was a friend, a son, a husband, a father and a servant of God. Pero hindi naman talaga siya nawala, Iniwan niya sa atin ang ala ala niya at ang kanyang MUSIKA.
Today we remember this man as he celebrate his second death anniversary! Kuya Kiko, RIP (Return If Possible)