Being one of the greatest music icons of the country, Viva's Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Vicor Music, Boss Vicente Del Rosario Jr. received the Magna Award last night, March 16 during the Myx Music Awards 2017 at the Kia Theatre.
Along with him in this photo are the Viva's executives. From left, Boss Val Del Rosario, Boss Veronique Del Rosario-Corpus and Boss Vincent Del Rosario.
The Magna Award is a special award given annually by Myx in honor of a music icon with oustanding contribution in the country's music industry.
He was also recently featured in Rogue's March 2017 issue.
Rogue March 2017 issue: The Music Issue, featured different music icons of the country including Pilita Corales, APO Hiking Society, and our very own, Boss Vic Del Rosario.
Boss Vic is known for being Viva's Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Vicor Music Corporation. Being in the entertainment industry for three decades, he has established his name with numerous achievements, whether in film or music. Know more of his story in this issue of Rogue.
THE RISKY BUSINESS OF BEING BOSS VIC
"The story of the golden age of original Pilipino Music is the story of Vic del Rosario’s career, the college dropout who learned the ropes on the job and in no time, with his eye for talent and business savvy, was lording it over the local industry, sparking the boom of Manila Sound and conceiving of the Metropop, creating superstars like Freddie Aguilar to Sharon Cuneta, while mining talents from Canseco to Caybayab in between. Jerome Gomez sits down with the big boss of local entertainment to talk about the decade when it all happened."