Josh Santana habla sobre su nuevo album y su concepto Fil-Hispano (Filipino-Español)

“Josh Santana Speaks About His Album And Its Fil-Hispano Concept”

Josh admits that he speaks only conversational spanish. He learned this from his grandparents and other relatives but never got the chance to nurture it beyond the walls of their home while growing up. With this little knowledge about Spanish culture and language, he hopes to help propagate the use of Espanol and to awaken the Hispanismo in every modern Filipino. He believes that, “one does not need to be fluent in Spanish to be considered a vanguard of Fil-Hispano culture.” Besides, that’s why it’s not solely “Hispano,” but “Fil-Hispano.” Thus, the Filipino element is still firmly embraced by the term.

Josh hopes to share Fil-Hispano culture and music to young Filipinos and to the world through his music in the album “Josh Santana: Eres Tú” released in 2009 by PolyEast Records, Filipinas.

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25 Responses to Josh Santana habla sobre su nuevo album y su concepto Fil-Hispano (Filipino-Español)

  1. cazzador28 says:

    Que bien habla …
    Que bien habla español Josh Santana y es Filipino que poco se sabe de Filipina en América y eso que hablamos el mimo idioma , vamos hermanos de Filipina hablen mas español únase con América Latina , el español latinoamericanos ya es el segundo idioma comercial mas hablado del mundo …

  2. cazzador28 says:

    Vamos Filipinas …
    Vamos Filipinas tienen que hablar español para unirse a la gran América Latina el comercio entre las América es muy enorme , si los EEUU en solo 50 años les impuso el Ingles deben saber que ahora el Español es el segundo idioma de los EEUU los norte americanos cada ves hablan español gracias a los millones de latinos que viven ahí … Vamos Filipinos aprenda el idioma de sus antepasados y hermanase con América Latina ….

  3. syndrah90 says:

    asan na si josh …
    asan na si josh ngayun parang nawala ata sa ere…hahaha!

  4. elis910 says:

    arriba :)
    arriba :)

  5. socantbeway says:

    I don’t disagree …
    I don’t disagree with that. Just end it here.

  6. ThtOnePinoy says:

    That’s only to …
    That’s only to simplify it, morally however, thats still incorrect. We are still several different kinds of people who exist with one another, not one people.

  7. ThtOnePinoy says:

    Just as I said, …
    Just as I said, I’ve been on a lot of vids, and I comment a lot, you just happen to see a lot of my comments on these kinds of videos, so no just because I also comment on a lot of these videos, whether to other commenters or to the actual video itself, does not say whether I obsess about them or not. These comment threads are treated as forums nowadays.

  8. socantbeway says:

    All ethnic groups …
    All ethnic groups in the Philippines fall under the umbrella: FILIPINO.

  9. socantbeway says:

    …Different ethnic …
    …Different ethnic groups does not mean “nations”. Are Han Chinese people a nation too? Every ethnic group on this planet is not a nation, but nations can be comprised of primarily one ethnic group. You comment specifically on these kinds of videos.

    *shrug*. It’s mine as well as yours. But for someone who wishes to preserve “indigenous cultures” you sure do care about Hispanic Filipino vids a lot.

  10. ThtOnePinoy says:

    Omfg…. Ok …
    Omfg…. Ok explain the different ethnic groups then? Fetish? I go on a lot of other different vids, not just these kind, I had commented alot, so what, get over it, what’s done is done.

    Sigh… Honestly it’s your own opinion, if you truly feel that then no one can do anything about it, can I openly state that I disagree with it? Sure, it’s my right as well.

  11. socantbeway says:

    …The Philippines …
    …The Philippines is not comprised of many nations…NO ONE recognizes it as such. I’ve never even met someone who thinks the Philippines is. You comment on every damned Fil-Hispanic video, and have argued with many before. So I doubt this is the last time you’ll “drop it”, considering you fetish with Fil-Hispanic videos…Also, you are a complete hypocrite. You say that we should “worry about pre-spanish culture”. With your logic, I can just say “What for?”

  12. socantbeway says:

    …The Philippines …
    …The Philippines is not comprised of many nations…NO ONE recognizes it as such. I’ve never even met someone who thinks the Philippines is. You comment on every damned Fil-Hispanic video, and have argued with many before. So I doubt this is the last time you’ll “drop it”, considering you fetish with Fil-Hispanic videos…Also, you are a complete hypocrite. You say that we should “worry about pre-spanish culture”. With your logic, I can just say “What for?”

  13. socantbeway says:

    …The Philippines …
    …The Philippines is not comprised of many nations…NO ONE recognizes it as such. I’ve never even met someone who thinks the Philippines is. You comment on every damned Fil-Hispanic video, and have argued with many before. So I doubt this is the last time you’ll “drop it”, considering you fetish with Fil-Hispanic videos…

  14. ThtOnePinoy says:

    Fourth, actually …
    Fourth, actually YOU are the one with the crab mentality, you won’t at least understand where I’m coming off from, and all you do is seek to argue further, whilst I said I wanted this to end a long time ago. I’m trying to escape the bucket, but you the other crab, is always pulling both of us back down inside this bucket, the bucket being this arguement. You’re not looking to resolve this anytime soon, you’re looking to drag this further than it needs to be :P

  15. ThtOnePinoy says:

    First of all, get …
    First of all, get your facts straight, NOT ALL OF US WERE TRIBES DIPSHIT.

    Second, we are one country, but of many nations who should be working together, but aren’t. MY goodness get it through your thick head, just because there are different kinds of ethnic groups in the Philippines doesn’t mean we can’t work together…

    Third, did I ever say I was the “godfather of comebacks”? No, I’m simply asking you to be a little more creative…

  16. socantbeway says:

    You are the EXACT …
    You are the EXACT prime example of Filipino crab mentality. You are the reason why the Philippines is so divided, because they still think its the 12th century and we’re living in tribes still. Please, we are one country. We are in this together, whether your recognize that as such or not. And please, as if you are the godfather of “comebacks”. What are you? 15? I don’t care about “combacks”. Please.

  17. ThtOnePinoy says:

    At least some of …
    At least some of the people I talk to actually understand what they are talking about. The fact that you don’t realize the Philippines IS a country of many nations, and have a problem with the fact I love my indigenous culture seems like you’re interested in more than a debate. If you’re going to argue, at least know the obvious facts first before jumping in… (triple facepalm…, oh and make your own comebacks please, creativity does wonders).

  18. ThtOnePinoy says:

    Oh really? Are you …
    Oh really? Are you Jose Rizal? Could you truly predict what he actually wanted?

    The fact that he gave bonifacio’s rescuer pointers to fuel their war makes it seem like he had plans that differed far from this “province” idea he had once originally thought. The fact that he changed his mind means he still changed his mind, and you trying to give your opinion of what might have happened as fact is going too far, this conversation, as I’ve said, is over.

  19. socantbeway says:

    Incorrect. I do not …
    Incorrect. I do not believe that. I am saying that he changed his mind only when he saw that it was no longer possible to follow through with a Spanish-Philippine province. However, it does not change the fact at all that he did indeed advocate for recognition in the Cortez, and that his switch elsewhere only came at the climax of the revolution. His change of mind came about from the KKK, had Spain offered a union, he would’ve supported it. He didn’t support violence. At all.

  20. ThtOnePinoy says:

    True, you never …
    True, you never deliberately said that, but you seem to imply that you want to through your comments. He wanted to at first, but then no longer. So? We all change our minds a lot. Let me explain your logic.

    Say if I believe in buddhism at first, but then after a while I converted to Islam, with your logic I would still be considered a buddhist because it was my first religion, no matter if I don’t believe in it anymore or even went fully against it.

  21. socantbeway says:

    You are putting …
    You are putting words in my mouth. Did *I* ever say I wanted to be part of Spain? No. I said that’s what José wanted.

  22. ThtOnePinoy says:

    You are obviously …
    You are obviously going to deny this, but why deny, just look it up for yourself… Your not going to listen anyways, at least I’m not the brainwashed one who keeps bragging that we could’ve become a province, oh joy. I have been known to call a lot of people with colonial mentality, but you are only one of the few people who I actually believe have this mentality ingrained pretty deeply…

  23. ThtOnePinoy says:

    For example, us …
    For example, us Kapampangans had our own kingdom state known as the kingdom of Luzon, and we were already our own nation, just as the various other kingdoms, sultanates, or tribes that existed on our lands. A country of many nations now, this is why it would be odd to refer to me as a tagalog, since I’m Kapampangan.

    Again, if YOU were truly an expert in what Jose Rizal said since you like to brag, you would know that, again, he realized equality and being a province was a no go.

  24. ThtOnePinoy says:

    LOL and this is …
    LOL and this is where you fall on your face, you don’t even realize the Philippines is made up of different ethnics? xD your a failure…

    Ok, this is why you should know more about your roots kid, so when you are in an arguement with someone else about your people, you don’t end up making stupid mistakes like this. The Philippines is a country of many nations, not one nation with different languages…

  25. socantbeway says:

    It is not a …
    It is not a multinational country. It is a multilingual country. Ilocano, Chavacano, and Lan-nang are not nationalities.

    Facepalm…”And perhaps”. Do you even know what Rizal wanted? He wanted to be recognized as PROVINCE OF Spain. Not seperation. You haven’t even read his book have you? Or know anything about our Fil-Hispanic authors?

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