Select Page

When creating art, in this case music, the hope is to get a message across. Sometimes, the best way is to say it out right. But in many cases, there’s so much more to be said when the message is packaged in a thoughtful way. This is especially true when it comes to lyrics. Writing lyrics that touch the heart, but at the same time, make you laugh and smile is a gift.

This is something Jerika Teodorico has shown time and time again when she writes a song. I could simply say that she is an award winning songwriter, but that would be selling her short. She has the ability to write music that can truly move you. Her songs make you smile, it make you laugh, and even cry (I learned from this interview that she seems to cry a lot). What more can we ask from art?

In this episode, we talked about how she crafts songs, the origins of many of her songs, where she started, and what she hopes to accomplish.

Enjoy the episode!

SHOWNOTES

Vispop 2019

ArtistKo

Jude Gitamondoc note about Vispop

Jude Gitamondoc

Lourdes Maglinte

Rescue a Hero (Zerothreetwo Conversations episode)

Luis Quibranza

Siddhartha Musical

Cattski (Zerothreetwo Conversations episode)

This Morning by Jerika Teodorico

Sinsilyo Prod

Baklay by Jerika Teodorico

Felipe Calinawan

Jad Bantug

Kadasig

Karl Lucente (Zerothreetwo Conversations episode)

Mandaue Nights

Missing Filemon

Insoy Ninal

Labyu Langga by Jerika Teodorico

Kim Chiu

Austin Kleon

Steal Like an Artist

Anino by Jerika Teodorico

Where can you find Jerika?


https://www.facebook.com/JerikaTeodoricoMusic/

https://www.instagram.com/jerikateodorico/

This podcast is brought to you by Degree 9 Coffee. Looking for a good cup of coffee? Drop by their cafe in GAGFA Tower, F. Cabahug Street, Mabolo, Cebu City. Follow them on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/degree9coffee/

Four ways to support the show:

  1. Become a Patreon subscriber, click here.
  2. Buy Zerothreetwo Merchandise at the Assembly Online
  3. Share this episode on social media.
  4. Leave a rating on iTunes.

Are you new to Podcasts?

On Android, I use Pocket Casts, Google recently released Google Podcasts, and I heard BeyondPod is a good app as well.

For iPhone, you can subscribe through the native Podcasts app that every iPhone comes with.

Spotify users can subscribe here.

Stitcher users can subscribe here.

Music is Piano March by Audionautix

 Carlo Villarica

If you want to hear more from me, I publish a weekly newsletter called Monday Musings — a set of recommends and thoughts I had that week, subscribe here. Or follow me on instagram @sobermusings. Lastly, if you want to support what we do, we have a Patreon!

Sign up to receive the FREE 032 Blogging Guide

Sign up to receive the FREE 032 Blogging Guide

There are things worth doing for the sake of doing.

Blogging is one of them.

The Zerothreetwo Blogging Guide is on the way to your inbox!

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This