Queen of Pinoy TV-Radio Commercial Jingles

This is probably the cutest TV commercial produced this year. The concept itself, the production, everything about the commercial pulled it off. But what really catches the attention of many is the rendition of the Apo Hiking Society classic “Ewan” which was sung in different dialects.

And one of the voices behind this TV commercial’s jingle is no less than seasoned jingle singer and composer Jeraldine Buena. The name Jeraldine Buena may not ring a bell, but in the TV ad industry, Jeraldine is the queen of TV and radio ad jingles. She has sung numerous TV and radio commercial jingles for years now and collaborated with the country’s top production houses, biggest brands and recording superstars like Sarah Geronimo. And in the EQ Diaper commercial, Jeraldine Buena sung the chavacano part which went “quierre o, quierre o, hende este broma..”

Jeraldine Buena or Jingle Buena is also the owner of VoiceWagonServices.com – an international vocals and voiceover company. Jeraldine has provided station jingle vocals for US stations like Surge 92.1 and have also sung jingles for a popular British radio show – The Love Show With Bernie Simmons. Jingle Buena is also taking on the world of voiceover imaging both for TV and radio. Just recently, she voiced the catchphrase of the Sharp TV ad which went “iyoto!”.

Aside from the Mahal Kita EQ Diaper TV Ad jingle, Jeraldine’s voice can also be heard on the Tropicana Twister jingle “Live, Love, Life, Tropicana Twister”, Tanduay radio commercial jingle, Mega Sardines, BPI Credit Card TV Ad and on backup for the Jollibee Spice Burger TV Ad with Sarah Geronimo. All jingles that Jeraldine Buena voiced are produced in the studios of Hit Productions (www.hitproductions.net)

You can listen to Jeraldine Buena’s previous jingle projects on http://www.voicewagonservices.com. In the meantime, read about Voicewagon’s new project for a movie trailer theme at http://www.radiojingles.co.nr

Jollibee Spice Burger Commerical with Sarah Geronimo on solo and Jeraldine Buena on back up vocals.


2 thoughts on “Queen of Pinoy TV-Radio Commercial Jingles”

  1. Hello
    My name is Mark Batch and I have recently graduated with a Ba Hons degree from The University of Central Lancashire (Preston). I am 21 years old and originally from Gillingham Dorset. I am a multi-instrumentalist being skilled on the keyboard, piano, guitar, bass and drums. I play in 2 gigging bands. One based in Preston (soon to end) and one based in Salisbury. The Salisbury based band playing functions, weddings etc. I am also a keen composer and writer recording many songs at home in a small studio set up. I have done this for many years and am well experienced. I also make small miniature films for friends and for personal enjoyment.

    I am writing to you as I have recently graduated this summer and am looking for work or work experience to give me an insight in to this field. To give me experience and knowledge in the music, media world.
    My aim (dream) in life is to work within some form or radio or television. Editing, composing music are large passions of mine. My ultimate dream job is to write the music for television shows and to write Radio Jingles for radio companies such as yourself.
    As i’m sure you are aware, this industry is incredibly hard to get in to and I am simply looking for a way to start to make this profession real.
    While at University my plan/aim afterwards was to go in to teaching. However, while at university I discovered a new passion for radio, and the realisation that this dream job may not be as far away as I first thought. I am therefore exceptionally passionate and willing to give my all to this career. I feel that I am well equipped with basic knowledge. I am also friendly, punctual and reliable.

    Speaking off the record, I would just really appreciate this chance that if nothing else I could just come up for the day and see how your company works and operates.

    Thank you for reading this and giving me the opportunity.
    Yours thankfully

    Mark Batch

    Please reply to this address MBatch@uclan.ac.uk


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