International pop singer, Charice Pempengco scaled to new heights in her international career as her single “Pyramid” shot to No. 1 this week on the Billboard Dance/Club Play chart, overtaking “Rude Boy” by Rihanna. Despite the fact that Charice’s music barely gets heard on urban radio, “Pyramid,” one of 14 tracks from Charice’s self-titled US debut album which hits record stores today, has spent 11 weeks in the Billboard chart, where it was at No. 4 last week and No. 2 a few days ago. Written by a Swedish record production team Charice’s song, “Pyramid” is a very impressive urban pop tune which also features R&B singer Iyaz from the Virgin Islands. Charice formally launches her album with a guest appearance on the “Oprah Winfrey Show.” This marks her fourth guest stint on the highest-rated and longest-running daytime television talk show in America. Is urban-radio missing out on good music, or is Charice another corporate clone being shoved down our throats
— DimeWars Staff
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