Way to Your Heart

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Way to Your Heart
Kyla-way to your heart.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedJuly 2000 (Philippines)
Recorded2000
GenreR&B, Soul
LanguageEnglish, Tagalog
LabelOctoArts-EMI Music, Inc.
EMI Music Philippines
ProducerChito Ilacad (executive)
Francis Gueverra, Jr.
Raymund Ryan
Kyla chronology
Way to Your Heart
(2000)
Kyla
(2002)
Singles from Way to Your Heart
  1. "Bring It On"
    Released: July 2000
  2. "One More Try"
    Released: July 2000
  3. "Hanggang Ngayon"
    Released: November 2000
  4. "Nasan Ka?"
    Released: January 2001
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic[1]

Way to Your Heart is the debut album by Filipina R&B singer Kyla, released in 2000.[2][3] The album consists of ten original OPM tracks mostly written by Mr. Arnie Mendaros. It includes the single Hanggang Ngayon which was nominated at MTV Pilipinas Awards in 2001 for Best Song and music video, Best Direction ( by Lyle Sacris), and Best Video. Kyla also won Best New Artist and Best Female Artist.[4][5]

The music video also won the MTV Video Music Awards as MTV Southeast Asia 2001 Viewers’ Choice making Kyla the first and the only female artist to win the VMAs[6][7] making The album also won numerous award at the 16th Awit Awards for the single Hanggang Ngayon for Best Musical Arrangement, Best Performance By A New Female Recording Artist and Music Video Of The Year. Its first single Bring It On also won Best R&B song.[8]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks were produced by Francis Guevarra, Jr.[9] except for One More Try which was produced by Raymund Ryan and an entry to the 2000 Metro Pop Song Festival.

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Bring It On"Arnie Mendaros3:44
2."Nasan Ka?"Arnie Mendaros4:27
3."Lost in Paradise"Arnie Mendaros3:53
4."Summertime"Arnie Mendaros3:20
5."Blind"Arnie Mendaros4:46
6."Hanggang Ngayon"Arnie Mendaros4:09
7."One More Try"Raymund Ryan4:14
8."All I Need Is You"Arnie Mendaros3:42
9."Something Special"Arnie Mendaros3:02
10."Way to Your Heart"Ferdie Marquez3:24

Personnel[edit]

Adapted from the album credits.[10]

  • Chito Ilacad – executive producer
  • Francis Guevarra, Jr. – producer
  • Willie A. Monzon – art direction

Production[10]

  • Melanie Calumpad (Kyla) – lead vocals, background vocals
  • Chito Miranda – background vocals
  • Ferdie Marquez – guitars, arranger
  • Arnel Layug – guitars

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Album Review, "[1]", AllMusic, Retrieved 2000
  2. ^ iTunes Accessed July, 2000
  3. ^ PolyEast Records
  4. ^ MTV nominee Accessed June 2, 2001
  5. ^ MTV nomination
  6. ^ MTV SEA win Accessed July 31, 2007
  7. ^ MTV SEA win Accessed May 12, 2002
  8. ^ Awit Awards Accessed 2001
  9. ^ album
  10. ^ a b album credits