The music by Antonio Pigaffetta and Yoyoy Villame’s song "Magellan" had some similarities and differences. The song rose to be hilarious and melodious, and it entailed the historical sense beyond the Philippine Congress and the several presidential administrations (Pinzon & Jocelyn). The two singers were confused about the administrations and the achievements made by Ferdinand Magellan. The contributions made by the Magellan were significant; this acted as the vital reason for the memorization and the inclusion in the song.
Despite the collaboration between the Pigaffetta and the Yoyoy, Yoyoy incorporated his learned concepts in the school to construct the lyrics that dominated the song; these involved the Magellan's remarkable efforts in the alleviation of the Philippines' dominance and the stability in the Limasawa Island. The Magellan and the Philippines' new perspectives are significant in the current generation. The Lyrics retain vital information on the great Portuguese explorer Magellan, who first discovered the Philippine Islands in 1521, during the expedition meant to circumnavigate the world. The information is relevant since it retains the renowned Magellan's glory, and the discoveries he made are contained in the song to date.
Pinzon, Jocelyn C. "Remembering Philippine history: satire in popular songs." southeast Asia Research 23.3 (2015): 423-442.
The music by Antonio Pigaffetta and Yoyoy Villame’s song "Magellan" had some similarities and differences.