REMYX: Inigo Pascual, Alex Aiono, Leroy Sanchez, AJ Rafael Cover Drake, Maroon 5, Ariana Grande, Nicky Jam, Sam Smith Dua Lipa & More On MyxTV Cable Network, Produced By Roslynn Cobarrubias

Alex Aiono met Inigo Pascual when he was a guest on MYX Philippines. While Inigo was in the United States recording new music, he stopped by Dash Radio to record a ReMyx of Alex’s mash up of Alex’s original song, “Work The Middle” alongside Nicky Jam’s “Hasta Al Manacer” & Drake’s “One Dance.” The original has garnered over 66 million plays and the duo takes it to the next level with their in sync harmonizing. With similar charm and good looks, the radio host joked that the two could have been switched at birth. Stay tuned for more collaborations with Inigo and his favorite artists coming soon.


Inigo Pascual & Leroy Sanchez join forces with Tarsier Records Founder/producer Moophs at Dash Radio to record a new rendition of Ariana Grande’s “Thank You, Next” & Sam Smith’s “Dancing With A Stranger” exclusively for MyxTV.


AJ Rafael had a ton of fun singing and arranging this with his friend, Inigo Pascual from Manila! Girls Like You by Maroon 5, Don’t Matter by Akon, Nadarang by Shanti Dope, & One Kiss by Dua Lipa.

MEET: Inigo Pascual, Josh Tatofi, DB Donamatrix & Alex “Lumpia Chef” Retodo of the Lumpia Company On MyxTV, Produced By Roslynn Cobarrubias

Inigo Pascual is a TV host, actor and singer/songwriter with a passion for making people happy thru music. He found his calling when touring with his father, Piolo Pascual in NYC and hasn’t turned back since. Catch him here during his trip to LA where he recorded new music with Harv (Justin Bieber’s Music Director), singer/songwriters Felicia/Fallon and KPop star, Wengie.


We spent the day with Josh Tatofi, also known as “The Voice of Hawaii” at one of his biggest performances of his career, performing halftime at the legendary Staples Center for the LA Clippers Hawaii Night alongside bandmates Travis Kaka. The Grammy nominated & multiple Na Hoku Hanohano award winning artist wowed the crowd with his performance of his new single, “Melia” and a cover of the Hawaiian classic, “Somewhere of the Rainbow” by Iz. We talk to him about his musical journey that started by following the footsteps of his musician father from the legendary group, Kapena.


#Meet Celebrity trainer Don A Matrix (Fergie, Kanye & the Kardashians as he took to the @LAFitExpo stage to lead a group workout with a group of 50+ artists/influencers and models!


#MyxMeet – #LumpiaChef, #TheLumpiaCompany Founder, went from producing shows with artists like the #BlackEyedPeas & #JoKoy to being one of the biggest #lumpia brands out there. His current plan is to make lumpia available everywhere including stadiums like the LA Coliseum, where he recently fed the #NFCWest champions, the LA Rams with #MarcusPeters & #ToddGurley.


MyMotto: The Music Edition TV Show ft. Saweetie, Wengie & Ally Brooke Executively Produced By Roslynn Cobarrubias on Cable Network MyxTV

MyMotto: The Music Edition trailer ft. Saweetie, Wengie & Ally Brooke.
MyMotto shines light on a culturally diverse set of artists who are the top in their country but are also finding success in the global mainstream. They take us through an exclusive glimpse of their personal lives, share their struggles and their motto in life.

“It’s important for me to be able to do whatever I want to do”. – Saweetie, talks her upbringing, future plans and revelations on this episode of My Motto.


We find Ally Brooke, formerly of Fifth Harmony singing the national anthem as a guest on the court for the LA Clippers, soon after the launch of her solo career. Ally talks her new single “Lowkey”, family and motto in life.


In this MyxTV episode of My Motto features Australia’s #1 YouTuber, the super multi-talented @wengie. Her undeniable artistry includes being an artist, DIY and lifestyle star, vlogger & voice acress. Through her unique ability to make vibrant & informative content that’s easily relatable, she’s accumulated over 1.3 BILLION views on YouTube as the #1 Channel in Australia. As a musician, she’s had hits that have peaked the top of the music charts in China. We specifically dive into her musical journey and why her original music has become the big focus for this year. We also discuss her musical influences of Asia Pop and US Pop and her goal to create music that encourages diversity while also inspiring women to feel beautiful, confident, and special. Lastly, we spend time with Wengie exclusively behind the scenes on set of her music video, Lace Up with dozens of other diverse artists & influencers from across the world.


It’s More Fun In The Philippines 2016 Trip Hosted By w/ JoKoy, Cassie, Liane V., Chanel Westcoast & More

#ItsMoreFunInThePhilippines w/ @apldeap & @jokoy 🎥🇵🇭. In 2016, @apldeap of the #BlackEyedPeas took a group of us to the #Philippines to explore Manila, Pampanga, Boracay, Cebu & Bohol. The trip changed my life & inspired me to work more in our community as Apl does, it was also full of constant laughter thanks to @jokoy.

Can’t wait to go back next week with another group of fellow content creators thanks to @mangotours, not only to PI, but to #Taiwan documenting socially again on @myxtv. Don’t mind the UGC quality of my cel phone to capture these magical moments. Hope it inspires you to go to the Philippines soon… #MangoToursTakesYouThere

Amelia And Adinah 13 Year Old Hosts Interview Roslynn Alba Cobarrubias Before Warriors Filipino Heritage Night

Moments before P-Lo took the Golden State Warriors Oracle Arena Court to perform at halftime, booked by Roslynn Alba Cobarrubias, ABSCBN’s Head of Music & Talent, Global – 13 year old Bay Area hosts Amelia and Adinah interviewed Roslynn at the Steph Curry Pop Up Shop in Old town Oakland. They talked about what she does, why she does it and what’s next.

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How Entrepinayship is creating a promising platform for Filipina entrepreneurs in LA — and globally


ON a Saturday morning in January, 92 Filipina women congregated at the backyard of a hillside home east of downtown Los Angeles for a half-day business and wellness retreat.

They spread out their yoga mats, where they would spend the next two hours being led through an opening ritual by an albularya (a traditional folk herbalist and spiritual healer), a 40-minute yoga practice, a guided meditation, and a talk about creating a vision for 2019.


Each participant signed up for three of nine workshops (called “Kumare Circles”) centered on business, personal development and wellness. Options included “Plant Based Cooking for the Busy Queen Bee,” “Manage Your Money Like a Boss Babe,” “Creating Intention Through Mantras and Mala Beads (by TV personality Giselle Tongi),” and “Decolonizing Self Care.”

After the sessions — during which cheers, tears, hugs, and numbers were exchanged — a lunch was prepared by Filipina-owned food companies like Spread the Love, Ninong’s Pastries & Cafe, Créme Caramel and Cafe 86.

Organized by LA-based Entrepinayship, this gathering for Filipina entrepreneurs, those thinking of starting a business, and those juggling a side hustle with a 9 to 5 job, was the first time many would be surrounded by this amount of Filipina professionals and feel spoken to through shared experiences. As several remarked, the energy was unparalleled, especially in a women-dominated environment that could stereotypically be competitive and catty.

Building a movement
Numerous reports have noticed the trend of women starting businesses more than ever in the United States — from 2017 to 2018, an American Express report found that there were 1,821 new women-owned businesses started on an average day. It also illustrated that 12.3 million firms were owned by women, generating $1.8 trillion in revenue last year.

When looking at the Asian American population, 51.1 percent of Filipino businesses in the U.S. identify a woman owner. That’s 98,849 out of 193,336 Filipino businesses, according to Census Bureau data between 2007 and 2012.


Marketing advisor Roslynn Alba Cobarrubias, who co-founded and sold global talent discovery platform mydiveo for $7.4 million, said a platform like Entrepinayship has made her feel less alone and is a safe space to ask questions — which she still has a lot of despite being a serial entrepreneur — without being judged.

“For a long time, I felt that there wasn’t a group of women that understood exactly the challenges that I went through. A lot of the times in other rooms, [I would be] afraid of being judged so we have to pretend to know everything in fear of not being taken seriously,” Cobarrubias said, adding “I didn’t have this support throughout my career nor in recent years so it was great to be surrounded by Pinays who are welcoming, sensitive and helpful [because] we care in a different kind of way.”

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Golden State Warriors Filipino Heritage Night 3/10

🇵🇭 @warriors #FilipinoHeritageNight ft. @p_lo performing at the 10th Anniversary halftime Sunday 3.10 at 5:30p will be a night to remember presented by @tanduayusa. Each ticket purchased on the link below receives an exclusive #Warriors 🇵🇭 T-shirt! Hope to see you there as it will be the last one at @oraclearena. DM for details. 👉🏽 👈🏽


#Plo #SameSquad #Warriors #PutMeOnSomething #ROSMarketing 👌🏽

Ariana Grande Surprises TNT Boys (Philippines) on James Corden CBS Show

After James Corden interviews the TNT Boys from the Philippines about their experience on ‘The World’s Best’ and their love of Ariana Grande’s music, the boy band starts performing “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going.” Midway through, Ariana Grande surprises them by walking onstage and finishing the song with them.

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