Yvette Barbra Almalbis Honasan (born August 26, 1977 in Roxas City, Capiz), more commonly known as Barbie Almalbis, is a singer and songwriter from the Philippines.
Formerly the lead singer of the bands Hungry Young Poets and Barbie's Cradle, she pursued a solo career in 2005, releasing her self-titled compilation album, Barbie: The Singles.
In 2006, she released her debut solo album, Parade. Her music is characterised by a rather quirky, but endearing vocal style, and guitar work.
Barbie is a capable guitarist in her own right and a painter; she is a born-again Christian and is married to Martin Honasan (the son of the Sen. Gringo Honasan), a painter and scion of a Philippine political family. The couple named their firstborn Noa Stina.
In 2016, she was chosen to interpret Nica del Rosario's composition "Ambon" at the 2016 edition of Himig Handog: P-Pop Love Songs.
Tabing Ilog (soundtrack for ABS-CBN's Tabing Ilog)
Shiny Red Balloon
Belinda Bye Bye
Money For Food
Langit Na Naman
All I Need
Limang Dipang Tao (by Ryan Cayabyab, first popularized by Lea Salonga)
Good Day (soundtrack for Nescafe)
Just A Smile (soundtrack for Close-Up's TV Commercial)
Power over you (soundtrack for SkinWhite TV Commercial)
You're My Number One (soundtrack for Nido commercial with Sharon Cuneta)
Summer Day (soundtrack for Sunsilk TV commercial).
Give Yourself Away
Overdrive (first popularized by the Eraserheads)
Little Miss Spider
High (duet with The Speaks)
For The World
012 (With Rommel dela Cruz, Wendell Garcia, and Kakoy Legaspi)
Deadma (with Rocksteddy)
Smile At Me (Rocksteddy)
High (with Ney Dimaculangan)
Just A Smile
Majika (Kitchie Nadal)
Firewoman (with Kitchie Nadal)
Same Ground (Kitchie Nadal)
Untitled (Harana Song)
You Learn (with Mom)
Goodbye My Shadow
Where Have You Been?
Child Of Mine
Wait Til Sunday
Run For Cover
My New Heart
Joyful, Joyful (Cover Music)
We Are Slaves
On This Train
Ostrich Cowboy (2014 Edition)
Tunog Acoustic (Warner Music Philippines, 2003) (with Barbie's Cradle)
Supersize Rock (Warner Music Philippines, 2004) (with Barbie's Cradle)
Tunog Acoustic 2 (Warner Music Philippines, 2004) (with Barbie's Cradle)
Tunog Acoustic 3 (Warner Music Philippines, 2004)
Ultraelectromagneticjam (Sony BMG Music Philippines, 2005)
Tunog Acoustic 4 (Warner Music Philippines, 2004) (with The Speaks)
Bandang Pinoy, Lasang Hotdog (Sony BMG Music Philippines, 2006)
Kami nAPO muna (Universal Records, 2006)
I-Star 15: The Best of Alternative & Rock (Star Records, 2010)
A collaboration between Barbie Almalbis and Kitchie Nadal. The song was used for Unilever's Philippine TV Commercial of Sunsilk. The music video also featured both of them.
Barbie Almalbis and Pupil were chosen by Juicy Fruit as their advertising models to reach out to the younger generation in their Rockoustic Mania  advertising events. The promotion included Juicy Fruit's Tugtog Mo! band competition, and Style mo! competition by Human and Pony footwear. The collaboration between the two artists offers a fusion of Rock and Acoustic. The AVCD features two songs, the music videos and some behind the scenes look at the artists' works. It was released on August 24, 2006.
The Juicy Fruit Rockoustic Mania Final Fusion event was held on November 17, at the Tanghalang Francisco Balagtas (Folk Arts Theater), Cultural Center of the Philippines. The show featured performances from Barbie Almalbis and Pupil, guest bands Sugarfree and Up Dharma Down, and of course, from the three finalists, WTC 11, Medea, and 7th Skool. The band 7th Skool won the Tugtog Mo! Band Competition.
1. Nakakabaliw (E. Buendia, D. Ventura)
2. Must Have (E. Buendia, B. Almalbis, D. Sergio)
Video:PARI 19th Awit Awards (2006)
Best Performance by a Female Recording Artist for "Just A Smile"
Meg Magazine Teens Choice Awards (2006)
Favorite Female Artist of the Year
MTV Pilipinas (2006)
Nominated for Best Female Artist in a Video for "Dahilan"
Nominated for Best Animated Video for "Dahilan"
MYX Music Awards (2006)
Nominated for Favorite Female Artist
Nominated for Favorite Media Soundtrack for "Just A Smile"
Nominated for Favorite Collaboration for "High" with The Speaks
19th Aliw Awards (2006)
Nominated for Best Major Concert (Female) - for "Barbie Rocks the Big Dome"
NU Rock Awards (2006)
Nominated for Artist Of The Year
Nominated for Best Live Act
Nominated for Vocalist Of The Year
Nominated for Song Of The Year for "Dahilan"
Nominated for Album Of The Year for "Parade"
1. Nakakabaliw (Directed by RA Rivera)
2. Must Have (Directed by Pancho Esguerra)
3. MYX News