Jollibee launches new Pinoy pride jingle and music video for Independence Day

The country’s number one fast food chain has released its latest anthem performed by Rachelle Ann Go and Darren Espanto that is sure to make Filipinos #PinoyAndProud. Titled “Sarap at Saya”, this inspirational song is written for the country’s 118th Independence Day, to remind everyone how joyful it is to be Filipino and to highlight the many qualities that make every Pinoy proud of our beautiful country, our people and our unique culture.

Rachelle and Darren plus JB selfie

Jollibee has consistently introduced generation-defining jingles through its TV commercials over the years. Top hits include the iconic “Beeda ang Saya” and “I Love You Sabado,” which captured the hearts of Pinoys across generations. This latest composition is expected to become another classic.

Watch the full music video here:

“Sarap at Saya” redefines Pinoy pride by igniting interest in commemorating the one truly Filipino holiday of the year, and in celebrating Independence Day as a nation which has gone through a lot yet remains united, jolly and hopeful. Emerging international musical titan Rachelle Ann Go, star of the London West End productions of Miss Saigon and Les Miserables, and The Voice Kids Philippines season 1 runner-up and teen singing sensation Darren Espanto brought the anthem to life with their heartfelt rendition.

The music video version, starring Rachelle Ann and Darren, premiered on local TV last June 11 and online through the Jollibee Facebook page and the official Jollibee YouTube channel and is also featured in MTV Pilipinas. The jingle will also be heard in select radio stations this week.

The song was performed live for the first time by Espanto together with The X Factor Philippine season 1 champ KZ Tandingan at the Jollibee #PinoyAndProud: 2016 Independence Day Celebration and Countdown held last June 11, 2016 at the Metrotent Convention Center in Pasig City.

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