Archive for the Music Videos Category

New Music Video Release: “Palao’an” by Sweet Tyme, Pete “Badu” Magofna, and Phenom

Posted in Music Videos with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 3, 2011 by mmvcnmi670

This is the third music video we shot in Guahan featuring Sweet Tyme (Jun Vascones), Pete “Badu” Magofna, and Phenom ( Josh Jones) with a song called “Palao’an” which means girl in the Chamorro language. A remake from the “Oh Girl” classic, Sweet Tyme renders his version with a break up and make up lyrics, Badu throws in a rap in the Chamorro language while Guahan artist Phenom spits out  his memorable hip hop style. Recorded by Nick Leon Guerrero of LG Pro and shot at the Paseo park, Santa Fe resort, Tumon, and Alupang Cove. Models include Jen Hernandez, Megan Blas, and Jasmine Winslow. Thanks also to Ben Magalahi Lizama for his contribution on the saxophone. This video was never released in Guahan but now uploaded to our You Tube channel. Produced and directed by AJ Baldevia for Media Masters production.

ManAntes-Music Video-Striving to protect the indigenous rights of the Chamorro people.

Posted in Music Videos on July 28, 2011 by mmvcnmi670

Rarely does a group focus on a subject that has a far-reaching impact and are not afraid to express what they believe in. ManAntes took their music to the next level by taking on an issue that affects the future of Guahan. Guahan history tells the story of struggle in the form of colonialism and the efforts of a people to preserve what is left for the benefit of their children. Led by John Torres, former Saipan’s Split Attitude guitarist ManAntes blends pop, rock and heavy metal to create “Kahulo Chamorro” which tranlate to “Rise Up Chamorros”. Encouraging the people to be not be afraid and stand up for what is right in preserving the Guahan culture.

LG PRO New Music Video-“Midnight Riders

Posted in Music Videos on July 28, 2011 by mmvcnmi670

This is a video we shot in Guahan in July of 2010 to help launch our music video program called iMV or Island Music Videos. Stars some of Guahan’s most talented artists. Beat recorded by Nick Leon Guerrero, vocals by Lil’ D, Frankie Free and John C. Shot at the Globe in Tumon, and Orchid Hotel.

Posted in Music Videos on December 2, 2007 by mmvcnmi670

These are compilation videos that MMV created between 2004-2006. Our first show aired on MCV Cable TV on May 8, 2004. Aside from some of our more established acts, most of these artists are fresh and new and  have never been exposed before nor performed in public. It was a challenge working with them and to watch them grow as artists and as people made this endeavor a worthwhile goal.