GLOC-9 Raps About Gap Between Rich And Poor In "Iba't Ibang Bangka"
With his home recording setup now in place, there's no stopping Gloc-9 from releasing new material despite restrictions imposed across the local music industry.
Following collaborations with Raymund Marasigan, Bugoy Drilon, Geo Ong and more, the rapper is back with another socio-political track called "Iba't Ibang Bangka". This time, he has teamed up with Mayonnaise frontman Monty Macalino.
The song title takes inspiration from the saying that people are in the same storm but different boats amid the coronavirus pandemic. Give the track a listen below: