Kyla discography

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Kyla discography
Studio albums9
Compilation albums2
Music videos32
Soundtrack albums29

Kyla began her career in 2000 with EMI Music (Philippines).[1] Her first album, Way to Your Heart, produced her most successful single to date, "Hanggang Ngayon". The song won numerous awards including the 2001 MTV Video Music Award for International Viewer's Choice for Southeast Asia making Kyla the first and only Filipino female artist to have won at the MTV Video Music Awards.[2]

Known as the Philippines' "Queen of R&B," she has collaborated with many international artists such as American R&B singers Brian McKnight and Keith Martin, British boy band Blue, Irish musician Ronan Keating, Norwegian band Fra Lippo Lippi, Indonesian R&B singer Joeniar Arief, and Malaysian artists Too Phat, Noryn Aziz, Ferhad, and Hazami.[3] The RX 93.1 Awards also recognized her as the "OPM Female Artist of the Decade".

Since her debut, Kyla has released a total of eight studio albums, all of which were certified Platinum albums.[4] Kyla is currently managed by Cornerstone Talent Management Center and Star Music[5]


Studio albums[edit]

List of albums, with sales and certifications
Title Album details Certifications
Way to Your Heart
  • PARI: Platinum[4]
  • Released: April 2002
  • Label: EMI Philippines
  • Length: 51:00
  • PARI: Platinum[4]
I Will Be There
  • Released: May 23, 2003
  • Label: EMI Philippines
  • Length: 58:00
  • PARI: Platinum[4]
Not Your Ordinary Girl
  • Released: May 2004
  • Label: PolyEast Records
  • Length: 63:26
  • Versions: A, B (Repackaged Special Edition)
  • PARI: 2× Platinum[4]
Beautiful Days
  • Released: 2006
  • Label: PolyEast Records
  • Length: 60:00
  • PARI: Platinum[4]
  • Released: June 1, 2007
  • Label: PolyEast Records
  • Length: 72:00
  • PARI: Platinum[4]
Heart 2 Heart
  • Released: August 1, 2008
  • Label: PolyEast Records
  • Length: 67:00
  • PARI: Platinum[4]
Private Affair
  • Release Date: November 30, 2010
  • Label: PolyEast Records
  • Length:46:59
  • PARI: Platinum
Kyla (The Queen of R&B)
  • Release Date: April 15, 2018
  • Label: Star Music
  • Length: 69:23
  • PARI: Gold

Extended play[edit]

List of extended plays
Title Album details
  • Released: May 10, 2014
  • Label: PolyEast Records
  • Length: 21:59
  • Versions: A, B (Repackaged Edition)

Compilation albums[edit]

List of compilation albums
Title Album details Certifications
Heartsongs Deluxe Edition
  • Released: 2009
  • Label: PolyEast Records
  • Formats: CD, DVD
  • PARI: Platinum[4]
Essence of Soul:
The Hits Collection
  • Released: July 2010
  • Label: PolyEast Records
  • Greatest Hits Collection
  • PARI: Platinum[4]


As lead artist[edit]

Song Year Album
"Bring It On" 2001 Way to Your Heart
"One More Try"
"Hanggang Ngayon"
"I Feel for You" 2002 Kyla
"I Will Be There" 2003 I Will Be There
"Because of You" 2004 Not Your Ordinary Girl
"Human Nature"
"If the Feeling Is Gone"
"Not Your Ordinary Girl" 2005
"Til They Take My Heart Away"
"Ngayong Wala Ka Na" 2006 Beautiful Days
"Beautiful Days"
"Nasaan Ka Na"
"I Wish You Love" 2007
"Love Will Lead You Back" Heartfelt
"I Don't Want You to Go"
"One Day in Your Life" 2008
"It's Over Now"
"If I Were You"
"Heart to Heart" Heart 2 Heart
"Old Friend" 2009
"Back in Time"
"Mahal Kita (Di Mo Pansin)" 2010 Private Affair
"Don't Tie Me Down" 2011
"How Deep Is Your Love"
"Kunwa-kunwari Lang" 2014 Journey
"Dito Na Lang"
"Only Gonna Love You" 2018 Kyla (The Queen of R&B)
"Fix You and Me"
"Talk About Us"
"Mahal Kita Pero Konti Na Lang"

As featured artist[edit]

Title Year Duet/s'
Laro 2001 D-Coy
Tara Tena (Himig Handog 2002 entry) 2002 Kaya & V3
Can We Just Stop and Talk Awhile Gary Valenciano
Kahit Kailan South Border
I Wanna Get Close Freestyle
Wish We Were Two Fra Lippo Lippi
Flexin' 2003 Blue
What More 2004 Ferhad
You Were There 2005 Regine Velasquez-Alcasid
Let The Love Begin Jerome John Hughes
On And On Too Phat
Say That You Love Me 2006 Jay-R
Parting Time 2008 Erik Santos
Back at Home 2009 Young JV
How Do You Keep the Music Playing 2010 Martin Nievera
Teman (Bahasa version of Hanggang Ngayon) Noryn Aziz
Hanggang Wakas Hazami
Indah Cinta Kita 2011 Joeniar Arief
Huling Sayaw 2012 Kamikazee
You Are Not Alone 2015 Jay R
Don't Tell Me Don't Erik Santos
Throwback Lang Jolina Magdangal
Monumento (Himig Handog 2016 entry) 2016 with Kris Lawrence
Because You Loved Me 2016 with Jonalyn Viray
Tayo Na Lang Kasi (Himig Handog 2017 entry) 2017 with Jason Dy
Kababata (Himig Handog 2018 entry) 2018 with Kritiko
Undeniable 2020 with Jay R

Music videos[edit]

List of music videos, showing year released and director
Title Year Director(s)
"Hanggang Ngayon" 2001 Lyle Sacris
"I Feel For You" 2002
"Can We Just Stop and Talk Awhile"
"I Will Be There" 2003
"Buti Na Lang"
"Human Nature" 2004 GB Sampedro
"If The Feeling is Gone" Lee Nadela
"Not Your Ordinary Girl" 2005 GB Sampedro
"Til They Take My Heart Away" Sigfreid Barros-Sanchez
"Let The Love Begin"
"Ngayong Wala Ka Na" 2006 Treb Monteras II
"Beautiful Days" Topel Lee
"Nasaan Ka Na"
"Love Will Lead You Back" 2007 Mark Mendoza
"I Don't Want You To Go" Treb Monteras II
"One Day in Your Life" 2008 Wincy Ong
"It's Over Now" Nico Puertollano
"Heart To Heart" Treb Monteras II
"Old Friend" 2009
"Mahal Kita (Di Mo Pansin)" 2010 Treb Monteras II
"Don't Tie Me Down" 2011 Nani Naguit
"How Deep Is Your Love"
"Indah Cinta Kita"
"Huling Sayaw" 2012 Eric Perlas, Boogs San Juan, Carlo Perlas
"Kunwa-kunwari Lang" 2014 Treb Monteras II
"Salbabida" Toper Santos
"Dito Na Lang" Treb Monteras II
"You Are Not Alone" 2015 Cristhian Perez Escolano
"On the Wings of Love" Jojo Saguin
"Monumento" 2016
"Tayo Na Lang Kasi" 2017
"Only Gonna Love You" 2018 John Prats
"Fix You and Me" John Prats


Year Song Drama/Movie Network/Distributor
2003 I Wanna Get Close My First Romance Star Cinema
Hanggang Ngayon Malikmata Canary Films
Love To Love with Jay R Love To Love GMA Network
2005 Handog Wish Ko Lang
Kuwento Natin 'To QTV QTV
Say That You Love Me with Jay R Say That You Love Me Regal Entertainment
Let The Love Begin with Jerome John Hughes Let The Love Begin GMA Films
Dream Popstar Kids QTV
2006 Now And Forever Now And Forever GMA Network
2007 For The Rest of My Life Angels Eagle Eye
My Only Love My Only Love GMA Network
2008 Bakit? with Luke Mejares LaLola
2010 You to Me Are Everything with Jay R You To Me Are Everything
2011 Kung Maaari Lang My Lover, My Wife
(I've Had) The Time of My Life with Kris Lawrence Time of My Life
2012 Narito Hiram na Puso
Tweets for My Sweet Tweets for My Sweet
Hanggang Ngayon with Mark Bautista Makapiling Kang Muli
Anong Daling Sabihin Temptation of Wife
Magpakailanman with Wency Cornejo Magpakailanman
Ikaw ang Pag-ibig ko Magdalena
2013 Habang May Buhay Bukod Kang Pinagpala
Babalikang Muli with Gian Magdangal Unforgettable
Sa Piling Mo Binoy Henyo
Saan Darating Ang Umaga? Pyra: Ang Babaeng Apoy
Sa Aking Panaginip Magkano Ba ang Pag-ibig?
2015 On the Wings of Love On the Wings of Love ABS-CBN
Mahal Ko O Mahal Ako Nasaan Ka Nang Kailangan Kita
2016 Till I Met You Till I Met You
2018 Even the Nights Are Better Since I Found You
2022 Init sa Lamig The Broken Marriage Vow Kapamilya Channel

Miscellaneous appearances[edit]

These songs have not appeared on an official release by Kyla.
Year Song Album
2009 "Ang Aking Puso" (Janno Gibbs featuring Kyla) ORIG
2011 "Biyahe Tayo" (Various Artists) Biyahe Tayo
2012 "Be My Everything" ASOP TV Songwriting Competition 2012 Album
"Why Don't We Give" Ogie Alcasid – The Songwriter and the Hitmakers
2014 "Salbabida" Philpop 2014
2016 "Monumento" Himig Handog 2016
2017 "Tayo Na Lang Kasi" Himig Handog 2017


  1. ^ "KYLA". Archived from the original on November 27, 2009. Retrieved November 15, 2010.
  2. ^ "Musik um sich Wohl zu fühlen –". (in German). Archived from the original on March 4, 2012. Retrieved March 24, 2018.
  3. ^ "OPM Kyla – Melanie Hernandez Calumpad – Bio, Songs and Lyrics". January 1, 1981. Archived from the original on March 4, 2012. Retrieved April 10, 2012.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Godinez, Bong. "Essence of Soul documents Kyla's greatest hits". Retrieved March 24, 2018.
  5. ^ "Welcome To Star Music, Kyla!",, December 6, 2016. Retrieved December 6, 2016.