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Jay R discography

Jay R discography
Releases
Studio albums 5
Singles 20
Music videos 13
Soundtracks 7

The discography of Jay R, a Filipino R&B singer and actor, consists of five studio albums and twenty singles.

In 2003, Jay R released his debut album entitled Gameface, and it was certified Platinum by Philippine Association of the Record Industry (PARI), selling more than 40,000 units in the Philippines.[1] The album was accompanied by the release his debut single, "Design for Luv", which received heavy airplay, but did not perform well enough to be a breakthrough hit. Following the first single, he released a Tagalog ballad, "Bakit Pa Ba", written by legendary Filipino composer Vehnee Saturno. It became his biggest hit to date and earned him an MTV Pilipinas for Favorite Male Video in 2004. He released his own R&B version of Billy Joel's "Just the Way You Are" in December 2005, together with his self-titled second album. It was followed by another Tagalog ballad, also written by Saturno, entitled "Ngayo'y Narito". The album and its singles did not perform as well as his previous releases. It was until his 2008 album, Soul in Love, that he regained his throne as "R&B Prince" of the OPM industry. The album earned him critical acclaim from music reviewers, awards and accolades from major organizations, and another Platinum certification by the PARI.[1] Early in 2010, he released a fan-requested all-Tagalog album, Jay R Sings OPM Love Classics, which turned Gold in the country in November 2010.[2] In the same year, he went to Indonesia to record a song in Bahasa language, for a release in the country.

Albums

Studio albums

Year Album details Sales Certifications
(sales thresholds)
2003 Gameface
2005 Jay R
  • PHI: 20,000+
2006 Christmas Away from Home
  • Released: November 28, 2006
  • Label: JAYRS, Universal
  • Format: CD, digital download
  • PHI: 10,000+
2008 Soul in Love
  • Released: January 2008
  • Label: Universal
  • Format: CD, digital download
  • PHI: 30,000+
  • PHI: Platinum[3]
2010 Jay R Sings OPM Love Classics
  • Released: February 5, 2010
  • Label: Homeworkz, Universal
  • Format: CD, digital download
  • PHI: 10,000+[2]

Re-releases

Year Album details
2008 Holiday of Love
  • Released: November 24, 2008
  • Label: Homeworkz, Universal
  • Format: CD, digital download

Singles

Solo singles

Year Title Album
2003 "Design for Luv" (featuring JD) Gameface
"Bakit Pa Ba"
2004 "Kung Mahal Mo Siya"
"Throw Your Hands in the Air" (featuring Krook & JOLO)
2005 "Seasons" Jay R
"Fill the Thirst"
"You Make Me Smile" (featuring Jimmy Muna)
"Just the Way You Are"
2006 "Ngayo'y Narito"
"Hey Ma"
"Say That You Love Me" (with Kyla) Say That You Love Me Soundtrack
"Almost Paradise" (with Iya Villania) Footloose: The Musical
"Winter Wonderland" Christmas Away From Home
"Tito Reny"
2008 "Tattooed on My Mind" (with D'Sound) Soul in Love
"No One Else Comes Close"
2010 "Himala" Jay R Sings OPM Love Classics
"Ikaw Lamang"
"Spread the Love" (featuring Jhing) Holiday of Love
"Give Love on Christmas Day"
2012 "Fight for Tomorrow" (with Kyla) Non-album single

Guest appearances

Year Title Album
2009 "Back in Time" (Kyla with Jay R) Heart 2 Heart
"Kaya Natin Ito" (various artists) Non-album single
2011 "Connection" (Chelo Aestrid featuring Jay R and Q-York) Love, Life & D'Light

Album appearances

As vocalist

Year Song Album
2005 "The Real Karylle" (Karylle featuring Jay R and Jimmy Muna) You Make Me Sing
2007 "FYI" (Amber featuring Jay R) Amber Davis
2008 "Always" (Iya Villania featuring Jay R) Finally
"Back in Time" (Kyla with Jay R) Heart 2 Heart
"A Song for Mama" (Kris Aquino featuring Jay R) The Greatest Love: A Special Tribute to President Corazon C. Aquino
2009 "Right Here Waiting" (Kris Lawrence featuring Jay R) Moments of Love
2010 "Dance with My Father" (Kris Aquino featuring Jay R) Blessings of Love
2011 "Connection" (Chelo Aestrid featuring Jay R and Q-York) Love, Life & D'Light

As songwriter

Year Song Artist Album
2004 "Making Me Crazy" Kyla Not Your Ordinary Girl
"Not Your Ordinary Girl" Kyla, Jimmy Muna
2005 "The Real Karylle" Karylle, Jay R, Jimmy Muna You Make Me Sing
"You Make Me Sing" Karylle
2008 "Back in Time" Kyla, Jay R Heart 2 Heart
"You Make Me Feel" Kyla
2010 "Beauty Queen" Krista Kleiner Non-album song
"Don't Tie Me Down" Kyla Private Affair
2011 "Staying Alive" Nina, Q-York Stay Alive

Soundtracks

Year Song Film/Television
2004 "Happy Together" So... Happy Together
2005 "Almost Paradise" (with Iya Villania) Footloose: The Musical
"Footloose"
"Be Mine and I Think I Fell" Hari ng Sablay
2006 "Say That You Love Me" (with Kyla) Say That You Love Me
2008 "Dream Girl" Desperadas
"This Ring"
"Unwind"
"Everything" Desperadas 2
"Wings of a Dream"
2010 "You to Me Are Everything" (with Kyla) You to Me Are Everything
"She" Beauty Queen

Music videos

Year Title Director(s)
2003 "Design for Luv" (featuring JD Jr.) Ray Brown
"Bakit Pa Ba"
2004 "Kung Mahal Mo Siya"
"Throw Your Hands in the Air" (featuring Krook & JOLO) JET[4]
2005 "Just the Way You Are"
2006 "Ngayo'y Narito"
"Say That You Love Me" (with Kyla)
2008 "Tattooed on My Mind" (with D'Sound)
2009 "Kaya Natin Ito" (various artists) Dante Nico Garcia[5]
2010 "Himala" Treb Montreras II[6]
"Spread the Love" (featuring Jhing) Jay R and Mel Camilari[7]
"Give Love on Christmas Day" Jay R and Mel Camilari[8]
"Kau Dan Aku" (Drimi featuring Jay R) TBA[9]

References

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