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Here's What You've Missed in 18th Red Horse Muziklaban

 

Many days have passed since the #RedHorseMuziklaban2016 #Rakollision night co-presented by Dickies Philippines, and we’re sure that you’re still hung over from all the jumping, head banging, and crazy moshing that it brought!

If you’re already having some PCD or post-concert depression from the PML Judging Night held last March 11, 2017 in Metrowalk Central Plaza, here’s a recap of everything that happened in the 18th annual event that would make you wish it was the #RedHorseMuziklaban2016 all over again.

But before anything else, let us first congratulate Metro Manila’s Shotgun Combo for being the #RedHorseMuziklaban2016 Grand Champion! Tunay kayong extra strong, mga ‘dre!

The new grand champion got to take home P500,000, P35,000 from Dickies (P25,000 for being the grand champion and P15,000 for joining the PML), 1 year endorsement contract, and 15,000 worth of GC.

The #RedHorseMuziklaban2016 kicked off with a performance from the 2015 Pambansang Muziklaban Grand Champion, Insekto Pares.

Of course, the number 1 rock battle in the Philippines wouldn’t be complete without the “Ama ng Rakenrol,” Pepe Smith, gracing the night with his awesome performance.

But wait, there’s more! He even performed with Insekto Pares to truly hype all the rakistas who came all the way to Metrowalk for the #RedHorseMuziklaban2016.

Right after these extra strong performances, five of the greatest rock bands from different parts of the Philippines battled it out in the #RedHorseMuziklaban2016.

The first competitor from Mindanao, Thorre, immediately made their way to the stage. Thorre is mentored by the 2004 Red Horse Pambansang Muziklaban Grand Champion, Mayonnaise.

Representatives from the Visayas region, the Crickets Playground, mentored by Greyhoundz, was the second band to perform.

Slapshock’s mentee, Injent, from Central and North Luzon area then performed on the #RedHorseMuziklaban2016 stage.

Ala eh! South Luzon Grand Finalist, Stutter, gave an extra strong performance as well just how their mentor, Kjwan, rocks the stage.

And last but not least, Metro Manila’s very own Shotgun Combo, mentored by WilaBaliW, gave a rocking performance that made the crowd go wild.

After the five finalists, Red Horse’s Brand Evangelists then took the stage and rocked out as they usually do.

The #RedHorseMuziklaban2016 #Rakollision night is co-presented by Dickies Philippines. Each finalist received P15,000 from Dickies as well.

The 19th Red Horse Pambansang Muziklaban will start on May.