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Mitzi one-on-one with Hajji Alejandro in Profiles

(The Philippine Star) - July 27, 2015 - 10:00am

MANILA, Philippines - As we celebrate Original Pilipino Music (OPM) week this month, CNN Philippines anchor Mitzi Borromeo (far right) sits down with Hajji Alejandro (right), the man behind the OPM songs Kay Ganda ng Ating Musika, Nakapagtataka and Panakip Butas in Profiles.

Born Angelito Toledo Alejandro, Hajji started his music career as a college singer with the Circus Band in the ’70s. In 1977, he won the grand title at the Metro Pop Song Festival. He earned the title Kilabot ng Kolehiyala after winning the hearts of many college girls with his charm and voice.

He eventually went solo and became one of the major pop stars in the OPM scene. 

On July 31 at 9:30 p.m., learn more about Hajji as he shares his stories and the secret to his decades-long career. His daughter, singer Rachel Alejandro, also imparts stories about Hajji as a father and mentor.

ATING MUSIKA BORN ANGELITO TOLEDO ALEJANDRO CIRCUS BAND HAJJI ALEJANDRO KAY GANDA METRO POP SONG FESTIVAL MITZI BORROMEO NAKAPAGTATAKA AND PANAKIP BUTAS ON JULY ORIGINAL PILIPINO MUSIC RACHEL ALEJANDRO
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