Philippine pop-rapper H-Bom first appeared in 1997 with the album Buhay. Despite his ominous moniker, H-Bom was rather tame. Rapping predominantly in English, his music recalled such American pop-rap crossovers as Will Smith, Young MC, or Shaggy without the reggae influence. H-Bom's sophomore release, Pwede Ba?, appeared in 1998; D' Real Side followed in 1999. The album continued in the same vein established by H-Bom's earlier material, with the rapper spinning non-threatening rhymes and occasionally singing. Like many Philippine pop stars, H-Bom avoided any hard edges on his material in order to cater to the largest audience possible. ~ Johnny Loftus, Rovi
from 1992 til 2000, i lived in the philippines, i made 4 albums which i was known as SKETCH, or H-BOM and a couple of movies, I LOVE PEOPLE WITH A GREAT SENSE OF HUMOR, if people dont have any they need to stay far far away from me, i love life
"misteryoza by hbomb"