Viva Records (Philippines)

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Viva Records
Viva Records (2018) logo.png
Parent company Viva Entertainment
Founded1982
FounderVicente del Rosario, Jr.
StatusActive
Genre P-pop, OPM
Country of origin Philippines
Location Ortigas Center, Pasig, Philippines

Viva Records is a Philippine record label owned by Viva Entertainment.

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Viva Records also released video karaoke VCDs versions of the label's songs in the Philippines.

Notable artists under Viva Records PH

Viva compilations

Former Viva Records artists

Viva soundtracks

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