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Boom Tiyaya

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"Boom Tiyaya"
Single by Streetboys
from the album Turbulence Wild StreetDanz
ReleasedMarch 16, 1997
Format7", 12"
RecordedDecember 1996
GenreDance
Length4:03
LabelPolyGram Philippines/Infiniti
Songwriter(s)Eazer Pastor, Edwin Pastor
Producer(s)Nicko Manalo
Streetboys singles chronology
"E'k'se"
(1996)
"Boom Tiyaya"
(1997)
"Shake"
(1999)
"E'k'se"
(1996)
"Boom Tiyaya"
(1997)
"Shake"
(1999)

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"Boom Tiyaya" is a song by the Filipino all-male dance group Streetboys. It was the first single to be released from their 1997 album, Turbulence Wild StreetDanz. It was written by Eazer Pastor and Edwin Pastor and produced by Nicko Manalo. The song was engineered by Chito Victoriano and Gerardo Vergel Floriana, and mixed by Marcelo Vergel Emiliano and Mamerto Virgilias.

Background[edit]

"Boom Tiyaya" was the Streetboys' signature song, when their label, PolyCosmic Records, was absored by PolyGram in August 1996. The Streetboys signed with Infiniti Music, the precursor of GMA Records.

The independently-released single was initially played as a demo at the Manila-based radio station Campus Radio 97.1 WLS FM in 1997. Listener reaction to the single was so positive, The Streetboys became a byword in dance music and won over a large and loyal following. On the strength of that, they managed to secure a recording contract with PolyGram.

Music video[edit]

The music video for "Boom Tiyaya", directed by Chit S. Rono, was shown on MVTV (Music on Vintage Television). The video shows why the Streetboys dancing in different locations.

Personnel[edit]

  • Eazer Pastor — composer
  • Edwin Pastor — arranger
  • Chito Victoriano — engineer (recording)
  • Marcelo Vergel Emiliano — engineer (mixing)
  • Mamemrto Virgilias — engineer (remix)

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