The 90's Filipino music scene will not be complete without the mention of the rock group Rivermaya, and with Bamboo at the helm, they dominated the radio stations with hits like Ulan, Himala, 214, Hallelujah, to name a few. Bamboo left the band in 1998 and would go on to have a stellar solo career.
Now, a decade and 7 years later, the world class performer with a number of bestselling albums and sold-out concerts has been chosen as Jollibee's newest brand ambassador for its equally bestselling Jollibee Garlic Pepper Beef rice meal.
Last night, (January 21,2015) Jollibee gave us a "beefed up" music experience as Bamboo rocked the Craft Pub at Bonifacio Global City.
After his mini concert, the night became even more fun as Bamboo jammed it up with four groups (composed of media guests) each singing one of his trademark songs Hallelujah, 214, Elesi and Tatsulok,
Team 1 comprised of bloggers Jeman Villanueva, Paul Chuapoco, Enzo Luna and Alwin Aguirre won the Rockeoke competition with their impressive rendition of Hallelujah.
Besides the Rockeoke, a couple of other guests got to bring home prizes. Ruth dela Cruz looked like a rockstar with her black The Doors shirt, jeans and pump up booties and was judged by Bamboo as the best dressed woman of the night while Jonel Uy with his 'Michael Jackson' black jacket was picked as the best dressed male.
Rocking out can really make you hungry, it was a good thing that we got to try out the Jollibee Garlic Pepper Beef. Now we know why it made Bamboo go Beef! Beef! Beef! Beef!
Like Bamboo, you can beef up your everyday meal with the Jollibee Garlic Pepper Beef, the juicy beef strips in flavorful pepper sauce, topped with garllic bits, a mouth watering delicious favorite that offers a great value for money at only Php50. You can partner the meal with strawberry sundae, like the way I do to beef up the sarap!.