Sezairi dominates streaming charts in Asia with global hit “It’s You”

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After going viral on TikTok and subsequently charting on Spotify Global Viral 50 Chart where it peaked at No. 17, Singapore-based singer-songwriter Sezairi is currently on the rise with the recent success of his single “ It’s You .” A rousing ballad that showcases the journey of putting one’s fears to rest when it comes to loving someone, “It’s You” is part of Sezairi’s recently released EP, Undertones . “I had a lot of things in mind when writing this song but I guess the underlying theme is love,” the chart-topping artist opens up about the inspiration behind the track. “It’s like going on this crazy journey just searching for ‘the one’ and then having a sudden realization, and disbelief even, that you already know who you were looking for and that they were always there and will always be there for you no matter what. It’s also a sort of ode, a thank you to that special someone in your life.” The song is steadily climbing on Spotify Philippines’ Top 100 charts, ranking at No.

1780 by SariSariStore: Filipino products ready for the world.


Philippine Handicrafts at its best for 1780.
THE Best of Philippine Cultures such as indigenous materials down to variety of foods in a bottle to special handicrafts are now online and ready for the world to have it right at their front door. This is made possible by SariSariStore.Com through their new portal, the 1780 that represents the 17 regions and 80 provinces of the Philippines.

It’s a new website desiring to reach out to small time business enterprises and undiscovered hidden gems of the Country, wherein Filipino heritage products that have yet to make an impact in the market can be order and will be shipped directly by the manufacturer to wherever in the world.

During its launching last Oct 15, 2014 at the Rockwell Tent, SariSariStore CEO Erniel DyLim said that the difference of 1780 to other product selling site is their commitment to promote, and preserve cultural heritage of Filipinos, and to help as well those small businesses from far flung places of the country, as a proof of that advocacy he emphasize that their starters this time are products which are directly community base of those places that was hit by typhoon and war in the past, such as Tacloban, Zamboanga and Bicol Region.
Brand Architect Amor Maclang.

Heritage Advocate Ivan Henares.

Cheers!

 At the said lunching Dinner, we are serve with authentic Filipino foods that 1780 are selling online, like the Inasal Chicken with Satti Sauce, the delicious Albay Longaniza,  cupcakes by Sweet Patti cakes using the Cacao choco of Kablon farms, and the Mindanao Fruit Wines.

An exhibit of works of local Designer and fashion influencer Amina Aranaz is also showcase in the event. Aranaz is designing bag using indigenous native Philippine materials which will be sold exclusively on 1780.

SariSariStore Brand Architect  Amor Maclang and  Pinoy Heritage Advocate and Travel Blogger Ivan Henares give testimonies at the event supporting this worthy endeavor in promoting our own cultures.

1780 is a sub-portal  to e-commerce site SariSaristore.Com. Pls visit their main portal at a http://sarisaristore.com or check their facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/1780bySariSari to see more featured products that are available online.

Sweet Patti Cupcakes.







Comments

CourtneyLynne said…
Wow this looks like you had a fun and yummy time! Perfect combo of you ask me ;-)
Masshole Mommy said…
Look at all that cool stuff. This totally makes me want to take a trip there.
Unknown said…
I did not know they were known for their minerals.. Looks like some great items!
Amy Glass said…
I gotta say, I'm loving the picture of the cupcakes! It looks like an awesome time.
CourtneyLynne said…
Fabulous stuff!!!!! Looks like you had a good time :)
Anonymous said…
Carmen Perez says: Very nice and yummy things! Maybe I'll visit one day!
Unknown said…
That looks like a really nice time! Those cupcakes look so good!
XmasDolly said…
Mmmm Cupcakes... make me drool! Very uncool. All looks well and everyone having a good time, so it looks quite successful.
Pam said…
It looks like you had a great time. There are some cool products being showcased!
Michele D said…
Love learning about different cultures. Thanks for sharing about the products that were being offered.
Roch said…
This is a great find! 17 regions, 80 provinces - wow, the concept is truly unique!
Unknown said…
O.K. I'll take one of those, and one of those and oh... one of THOSE.... Love all the products.
Hey It's Jilly said…
The treats looks so unique! I love trying things like this.
Elizabeth O. said…
These are great products to share to the world. Great concept!
Liz Mays said…
Discovering new products like this is so much fun. There are some real treasures here!
Unknown said…
Seems like a fun and yummy night that was!
Unknown said…
What a fun night! I could do with a cupcake right now :P...
Anosa said…
I love finding out about new products this looks amazing and that cupcake has me hooked. Also got to learn a bit about the philippines (80 Provinces?? wow)
Rebecca Swenor said…
This is awesome and we know the stuff we order would be authentic. Thanks for sharing. I will have to check it out.
I like to try out different items from different cultures. There are a lot of unique items here and I know the food is yummy!
Kathy said…
I love supporting small businesses. These items look unique and fun!
XmasDolly said…
Now I like the one where they're making a straw purse or whatever that is and made some other stuff out of it too... now that I wouldn't even mind learning. Thanks for sharing. Very cool.
Nile Flores said…
Sounds like you had a blast.. a it of a good culture event. I like the crafts that were in your pics... very nice.
Cam said…
Looks like a fun time. I love supporting small business and having unique items!
Juliana said…
Looks you are busy that day. The cupcake looks yummy ;)
The Mommy-Files said…
I love learning about new products. Sound like some good ones you found!
Unknown said…
I love hopia so much! My favorite is ube. Looks like a very productive event!!!
Unknown said…
These are really unique products! I'd love to try them out!
Unknown said…
I love mangoes! My mom had a friend from the Philippines and when he would go back there to visit he'd always bring us dried mangoes. They are so good!
Hannah Wood said…
Wow just amazing would love to visit so much .
Unknown said…
Well, that's certainly a lot more than I was aware of. Rich with culture and foods, that's for sure!
Unknown said…
This looks great!
Fiona said…
The variety of food and drinks looks great! I love the sound of the South Tropic Fruit Wines in mango, how delicious! I must try it!
Nicci said…
I'm glad they will benefit people affected by the storm. My brother knows people in Tacloban.

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