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November 21, 2017

Drive thru Jollibee for savings on langhap-sarap treats and Caltex fuel

Now, satisfying your craving for Jollibee treats while on the road can reward you with exciting discounts on your next langhap-sarap meals or gas fill-up when you order at Jollibee drive-thru outlets nationwide.




With the “Drive for Joy” promo, every P150 minimum single receipt purchase gives Jollibee drive-thru customers voucher coupons which entitles them to P25 off on Caltex fuel when they fill-up with gas or diesel worth P1000.

The voucher also offers a P10 savings for every P200 minimum purchase at any of Jollibee’s 284 drive-thru outlets nationwide.

So hurry, make your next food stop at Jollibee drive thru outlets to avail of the discounts. Promo runs until November 30, 2017 only. See posters and print ads for details.

11.11 Shopee Super Christmas Sale records a smashing 2.5 million orders in just 24 hours

Shopee, the leading e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia and Taiwan, clocked a record-breaking 2.5 million orders in 24 hours during the start of the Shopee Christmas Super Sale that was held last 11.11.

This year’s event was a huge hit, surpassing last year’s 11.11 performance with 4.5 times the volume of orders recorded,and about 7 million items sold. The event saw a total of more than 13 million live chats, which translates into an average of over 9,000 chats buzzing simultaneously every minute, as shoppers snapped up super-sized deals and discounts from over 120,000 brands and sellers across the region. 92% of the total transactions took place on mobile as shoppers fervently browsed deals on the go.



Across the region, shoppers were not the only happy ones on that day, as sellers also reaped great spikes in their sales, with one seller enjoying more than 6,500 times increase in order volume. Within the first 10 minutes of the sale, total traffic surged by 3 times, with the first successful order transacted at 12.00am. The momentum continued steadily through the day, with the highest number of items sold within a minute hitting an all-time high of over 12,000 at its peak.

Interesting stats from Shopee Philippines:
  • Top 3 categories were Health and Beauty, Mobile and Gadgets and Home and Living
  • The brands most favoured by Health and Beauty fans were Indoplas and Human Nature
  • Romoss and Nextbook were the top 3 Mobile & Gadgets brands, while Imarflex and
  • Lysol emerged as the top brands for Home and Living
  • Almost 9,000 pieces of Ekel Facial Masks were sold on this day
  • Over 3,000 pieces of Ring Stands were wiped out during the sale
  • Cheapest item bought was a Carbon Fiber Phone Case at ₱0.50, while the most expensive item bought was aiPhone 8 Plus 64gb at ₱46,990.

Terence Pang, Chief Operating Officer of Shopee, said, “The start of Shopee Christmas Sale which is the 11.11 sale was created to provide our users great cost savings during the year-end festive season, and we are thrilled with the overwhelming response. We would like to thank everyone who played a part in making this event a huge success. We will have a fresh wave of massive discounts coming up until December 25, so stay tuned for more excitement coming your way.”

For more information, visit http://shopee.com.sg

Download the Shopee app for free via the App Store or Google Play.


Find Araneta Center’s best deals with Piip

Piip, the go-to mobile application for the best location-based promos and deals, officially launched its partnership with the Araneta Center at the annual tree-lighting ceremony recently held at the Times Square Food Park along Time Square Avenue, Araneta Center, Quezon City.



Launched in the Philippines last February, Piip is a mobile application that grants users access to a wide variety of product discounts and recommendations at the Piip of a button. Adding to the app’s algorithm for unique deal selection, Piip’s location-based feature helps shoppers find the nearest store where the products and services they need are available and even made more affordable. Piip also enables users of the app to directly contact their merchant of choice via its in-app messenger, making it easy for both to communicate and transact.

“We at Piip are committed to giving consumers the best promos and deals to help them with their shopping even after the holiday season is over. Our partnership with the Araneta Center is the prime opportunity for merchants to bring their businesses into the digital platform,” said Narciso Reyes, Spokesperson for Piip.

This partnership with Piip provides Araneta Center and its wide portfolio of merchants an opportunity to offer new tech platform as they venture deeper into the digital space. With more shoppers going in and out of malls, including the Araneta Center, Piip is the perfect channel for merchants to fully showcase their promos especially now that consumers are always online. Not only that, merchants also have an opportunity to curate personalized deals when they transact with consumers using Piip’s messaging feature.

“Araneta Center has always been on the lookout for opportunities where we can drive more visibility for our merchants. With the rapid growth of technology coupled with a young and vibrant customer base, we believe that Piip provides an avenue to bring the retail experience within our development further into the digital future and that this collaboration will help us better engage with our patrons,” said John Castelo, Senior Vice President.

Watch out for more updates soon available at Piip. 

Check out upcoming promos and updates at https://www.piip.com/ph/.

November 20, 2017

Incubus in Post-Valentines Manila Concert


The much loved American rock band Incubus, whose return engagement to Manila has been eagerly awaited is performing February 17, 2018, Saturday, at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. 

The band is known for its rock anthems Wish You Were Here, Megalomaniac, Anna Molly, Drive, Pardon Me, Are You In?, Nice To Know You, among others. 

The concert is produced by Ovation Productions, the group that also did Incubus’ previous concerts in Manila; the last was in 2015.

Since their formation in 1991, iconic multiplatinum Los Angeles rock band Incubus have consciously and continually shifted their perspective with each subsequent album, preserving the spirit that initially drove them and simultaneously challenging themselves as artists and human beings. Their eighth full-length, the aptly titled 8 [Island Records], proudly upholds that tradition for the quintet—Brandon Boyd [vocals], Mike Einziger [guitar, piano, backing vocals], José Pasillas II [drums], Chris Kilmore [turntables, keyboards], and Ben Kenney [bass].

“As a band, we’re collectively interested in challenging ourselves and hopefully finding new, innovative ways of writing music,” asserts Boyd. “That ethos has kept things interesting for us.”



In the fall of 2016, the five musicians regrouped to flesh out ideas, recording at Jim Henson Studios and at Einziger’s personal studio. As the vision came into focus during early 2017, Incubus added another level by enlisting the perspective of longtime friend Skrillex [Justin Bieber, A$AP Rocky, Lady Gaga] for co-production and mixing. Einziger had spent the past few years, exponentially expanding his personal musical palette. Not only did he oversee production for The Internet’s Feel Good and produce three songs for Tyler, The Creator’s chart-topping “Cherry Bomb,” but he also co-wrote Avicii’s six-times platinum smash “Wake Me Up” and served as musical director and performer for a much talked-about 2016 GRAMMY® Awards performance of “Where Are Ü Now” by Skrillex, Diplo, and Justin Bieber. After lunch one day, Einziger played Skrillex some mixes, and “a whole new world opened up” as the producer added his magic to 8.

“It evolved organically out of my friendship with Skrillex,” Einziger elaborates. “Incubus is all about friendship. We transferred the synergy of working together into what the band was doing. As we put the final touches on everything, Skrillex brought another level to the album.”

As a result, the eleven tracks comprising 8 assemble a mosaic reflective of the band’s current mindset. Unease translates to unpredictable guitar riffs that blur the lines between time signatures as cosmic rhythmic transmissions orbit around an epicenter of combustible emotion. Each lyric encodes a parable or what might be a hidden message. The first single “Nimble Bastard” leapfrogs from a rattling guitar snap into an anthemic refrain. “Loneliest” echoes with an existential rumination on solitude over an airy beat and hypnotic guitars. “Undefeated” struts along via a bombastic stomp before culminating on an uplifting chant, while the spacey “Familiar Faces” instantly enchants.

The soothing instrumental soundscape of “Make No Sound In The Digital Forest” illuminates their cinematic side with delicate chimes, simmering drums, and warbling tones. A dial-up modem signals the explosion of “Love In A Time of Surveillance” as the one-two punch of “No Fun” and “Throw Out The Map” tap into a tsunami of distortion and punk-y freedom. “Glitterbomb” represents the glorious push-and-pull of 8, teetering between heavenly harmony and a dramatic twinge.

8 arrives at a significant milestone for Incubus—releasing exactly 20 years since their major label debut S.C.I.E.N.C.E. landed back in 1997. A little older, a lot wiser, quite tighter, but equally ready to challenge themselves and rock music at large, Incubus change their perspective once more in 2017.

“All the time, I hear from fans that our music was the backdrop of their first experience with love or important in getting them through a hard time,” says Einziger. “That’s the highest compliment.”

“When we finished 8, we were flooded with this wave of gratitude,” Boyd leaves off. “The fact that so many people are willing to come on this weird ride with us is really humbling. We’re filled with this sense of awe around it. We’re very happy to share this record with everyone, and we hope they like it.” 


(Tickets to Incubus’ February 17, 2018 concert will go on sale starting November 21, 2017 via www.ticketnet.ph and regular Ticketnet outlets or call 911-5555. Ticket prices are P6905, 5905, 3905, 1905, 1005 plus service charge. Media partners are FOXlife, Monster RX 93.1, Philippine Star, and Business Mirror. Produced by Ovation Productions )

November 19, 2017

Asian Artists Agency wins at the 31st PMPC Star Awards for Television






Asian Artists Agency talents were honored with several awards during the 31st PMPC Star Awards for Television.

Boy Abunda won the Best Public Affairs Program Host (Bottomline with Boy Abunda) and Best Celebrity Talk Show Host (Tonight with Boy Abunda). Bottomline with Boy Abunda is a late-night talk show where famous and controversial personalities get up close and personal as they take the hot seat confronting the latest issues of the land. In TWBA, the King of Talk engages in a lively conversation with celebrities about the hottest news in showbiz.

AiAi delas Alas bagged the Best Comedy Actress award for her sitcom Hay Bahay. AiAi proves once more that she is the country’s undisputed comedy queen as she exchanges comic banters with the cast lead by Vic Sotto.

Aiko Melendez won the Best Drama Supporting Actress award for her sterling portrayal of the vile and villainous Emilia Ardiente in the hit tv drama series Wildflower on ABS CBN. Her intense scenes opposite Maja Salvador are always highly-anticipated. Aiko’s Best Drama Supporting Actress award is a testament of her acting mettle as one of the finest actresses of her generation.

Drew Arellano is the public’s designated travel guide in Biyahe ni Drew where he was given with the Best Travel Show Host award. In the show, Drew takes the viewers to an exciting journey in the picturesque destinations in the country providing travel tips and recommendations. As the ultimate Biyahero guide, Drew introduces to viewers not only the exciting places he visits but also its local culture, tradition, and cuisine.

Amy Perez won the Best Morning Show Host award for Umagang Kay Ganda. Tyang Amy delights the viewers every weekday morning with her gift of gab as she talks about various topics.
For inquiries about Asian Artists Agency, please call (02) 855-4765 or (02) 405-4423, email info@asianartistsagency.com, and visit fb.com/asianartistsagency

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