Calling all Titos and Titas — relive the best of ’90s/early ’00s Original Pilipino Music (OPM) in Singapore with the Philippine premier R&B group, South Border.

Catch South Border on February 4, 2018 (Sunday), 2-6 p.m., at the Hood Bar & Cafe (Bugis+ #05-07, 201 Victoria Street, Singapore) | South Border LIVE in Singapore, Love of My Life, a Pre-Valentine Show. Sing along to their famous hits such as “Kahit Kailan,” “Love Of My Life,” “Rainbow,” “Ikaw Nga,” among many others.

Tickets are priced at SG$70 (which comes with a free drink). *PROMO* Call/SMS at +65 9792 4812 to get SG$5 off.

Here’s a rundown of my Top 3 favorite South Border songs:


Personal Memories: During my early clubbing & walwal days with my cousins, we usually hang at either Chatterbox (at Robinsons Galleria) or Pier One (at Libis), and this song was everyone’s ultimate jam! Of course we can’t resist singing in unison especially during the chorus part: “Do you believe in me? (Doo-roo-doo-roo-roo) I’m yours, your mine!”


Personal Memories: South Border rose to prominence during the same time we reached the peak of our puberty. While most of us were still novices when it comes to heartbreaks and teenage crushes, “Kahit Kailan” became our go-to anthem: a sorrowful yet hopeful depiction of all our young loves that were left in the past.


Personal Memories: By the time this song was released, South Border was undeniably recognized as the coolest Pinoy band of their era. If you happen to watch them perform live in a concert, then you can consider yourself as someone who is “cool.” Lucky me, they performed several times at my school. (Yes, I used to be “cool.” Uh-huh!)

So if you’re a Tito and Tita now, be sure to relive the “coolness” of your youth. Watch with us and the rest of the “cool 90s kids” — see you on February 4!

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About Author Paolo Avis

Living abroad for more than half a decade now, Paolo works in Singapore as a sales and marketing manager for a luxury travel publication. His creative urges can’t always be contained, hence photography, video documentaries, and blogging are his go-to forms of artistic release. Since he didn’t get to pursue TV production after getting a degree in Communication, Paolo now turns to Random Republika as an outlet to keep himself updated and to share his thoughts on what’s happening in showbiz and beyond. Follow his other stories via Instagram (@bigbluefish).

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