John Roa (musician)
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|Birth name||John Neil Torrente Roa|
|Also known as|
|Born||January 25, 2000|
|Labels||Ex Battalion Music (2016-2017)|
Viva Records (2018-present)
|Associated acts||Ex Battalion, Skusta Clee, Jake Zyrus, Keiko Necessario, Quest|
John Neil Torrente Roa (born January 25, 2000), who uses the mononym John Roa, also known as JRoa and John Neil Roa, is a Filipino singer from Cebu, Philippines. He rose to fame after joining the fourth season of Pilipinas Got Talent, reaching up to the quarterfinals of the show. He is previously a member of the hip hop collective Ex Battalion from 2016 until his departure on November 7, 2017. His first single as a solo artist before his departure from his old label, "Di Ako Fuckboy" featuring indie band Agsunta is one of the most viewed acoustic hip hop OPM song on YouTube.
|Year||Song Title||Peak (Pinoy MYX Countdown)||Peak (MYX Hit Chart)|
|2017||Di Ako Fuckboy (with Emcee Rhenn)||—||—|
|2018||Di Ako Fboy||—||—|
|2018||' Taguan""" || - || |}
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