Scholar-athletes from NDDU, Holy Trinity College, Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Colleges, and Mindanao Polytechnic College gathered to learn about the advocacy of Coach Jay Omila, Chairman of the Table Tennis Association of the Philippines, which is "Sports Ay Edukasyon," pegged on the opportunities for better education made available by getting into sports.
Here's the official music video of Munting Atleta:
By Tunog Danao
Royalty Entertainment Production
Original Music By:
Jero A. Canonigo
Jeufrey L. Graciano
Lloyd E. Alde
Kezi Kyla M. Trinidad
Filipino Blood Records
Marlon Ureta A.K.A. Licko One
James Hermosa A.K.A. Ripztah
Music Editor / Co-Director
Cinematographer / Editor / Director
Ariel C. Lalisan
Munting Atleta is an advocacy song for struggling Filipino Athletes and their quest for better life using their God-given talents in sports.
This is inspired by the story of the advocacy Coach Jay Omila, who helps send young athletes to school through his program in the Table Tennis Association of the Philippines (TATAP), of which he is the chairman. Several young athletes from General Santos City have been given scholarships to De La Salle Zobel, oneof the country's most expensive schools.
The song narrates the dreams, aspirations, and even the difficulties faced by young athletes. The video highlights the stark contrast between the situations of athletes who lack support and those who belong to an established sports organizations like the Table Tennis Association of General Santos City (TATAG). It speaks of the importance of providing greater support for young athletes.
Being in sports has numerous advantages. Being able to go school as a scholar athlete is a prime advantage. Another is developing a sense of discipline among our youth and leading them away from drugs and violence.
Tunog Danao takes part in shedding light on the plight of young athletes through this music video product.
Produced by Musika Central, 95Hundred, Tunog Danao Royalty Entertainment Production, this video is a testament of our desire to make a difference in the society through our music.
Our heartfelt thanks to Mr. Cary Cacdac and Coach Jay Omila.