DOT pays tribute to ‘Noypi’ well being staff all over the world by their newest video that includes the reworked music of Bamboo
Manila, Philippines — Because the world emerges from quarantine measures and extra locations are being declared secure from COVID-19, allow us to not neglect the numerous Filipino well being staff who’ve been risking their lives from the beginning of the pandemic, and who will proceed to courageous the entrance strains, 1000’s of miles away from dwelling.
Following “Smile,” DOT’s inspirational tribute to Filipino frontliners, “Noypi” honors over 254,000 medical doctors, nurses, caregivers, hospital workers, and different healthcare staff who kind a part of the 10 million OFWs all over the world.
Initially carried out by the band Bamboo, Noypi’s surging melody and rousing lyrics are made tender and poignant when sung by 16-year-old Katching Silvestre to a choir-like vocal association by her father Monet Silvestre.
We rejoice this Independence Day by standing with our frontliners. Your dedication to the occupation has made an immense contribution to world restoration, and we’re all deeply proud to say, “Hoy, Pinoy ako!”
Footage used within the video was crowdsourced, and all manufacturing was finished remotely.
“Noypi” initially carried out by Bamboo
Written by Bamboo Mañalac, Ira Cruz, Vic Mercado, and Nathan Azarcon
Musical association and manufacturing by Malek Lopez
Vocal association by Monet Silvestre
Sung by Katching Silvestre with Becca Silvestre and Patricia Brillantes-Silvestre
Directed by Joel Limchoc
Produced by Steve Vesagas