Michael V. Spoofs Martin Nievera's Musical Style

What if the revolution in the Spanish era has no violence? No guns, no stabbing, no canons and no blood?

What if the only way to fight for our country is by the means of boxing? The Filipinos and Spaniards will select their own representatives and fight for the country.

Martin Nievera on Pacquiao's fight and Ka Martin on the Revolution Boxing Fight
Martin Nievera on Pacquiao's fight and Ka Martin on the Revolution Boxing Fight


On this segment of Bubble Gang entitled "Boksing 1989", the fight between two warriors from the Philippines and Spain will save thousands of lives from the battle. And to start the boxing fight, Ka Martin will sing a song. Unfortunately the crowd was unsure on what will they react. Watch the funny video.


Martin Nievera's rendition at Manny Pacquiao Fight

This version of Martin Nievera's Lupang Hinirang received negative feedbacks from the netizens and government officials. The Philippines Concert King started the anthem in a slow ballad, and then on the next verse the song became fast and he ended it with a high note just like a love song.

According to the Republic Act 8491, Sec. 37: "The rendition of the national anthem, whether played or sung, shall be in accordance with the musical arrangement and composition of Julian Felipe."


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Michael V. Spoofs Martin Nievera's Musical Style Michael V. Spoofs Martin Nievera's Musical Style Reviewed by BubbleFeed on June 12, 2015 Rating: 5

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