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Jonathan, who has been in the business for fifteen years now, discussed about collaborating with Parokya ni Edgar frontman Chito Miranda and rapper Gloc-9 at the national music camp. READ: Ryan Cayabyab, Jim Paredes on how OPM can go global The record label exec gave three different perspectives about collaborating on songs: as an artist, a producer and publisher. "Tayong songwriters, nagsisimula tayo writing our songs mag-isa lang kasi nga hinahanp natin 'yong sarili nating tunog," he said, talking as a songwriter. "Pero darating yung time na parang 'yong ginagawa n'yo paulit-ulit." "So the best advice is to open yourself to collaborations," he continued. "Hanap kayo ng someone to trust. Siyempre it starts with trust and respect sa taong gusto mo maka-collaborate." Entertainment ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 Aside from creating a new sound, Jonathan sees this as an opportunity for songwriters to broaden their creative scope. "Kapag nag-collaborate tayo sa ibang tao with different styles, it's like opening a magic door," he explained. "Mayro'n siyang style na angkop sa inyo. Mayro'n kayong ma-open na bagong creative door na mag-enhance ng musical side mo." READ: Joey Ayala on why people say 'OPM is dead' As a producer, Jonathan said that collaboration is good for increasing the market of the artists. "Recently Erik Santos collaborated with Gloc 9," he said, citing as example the two artists.
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