BGYO sits down with MYX Global's Nino to answer fan submitted questions and hang out with us! In this exclusive, we get to know more about the boys. They share which song would be part of the soundtrack to their life, who's their inspiration, and what their fandom ACEs means to them.
The group also talked about things they continue to discover about each other and of course we had to hit them with a rapid fire segment. Find out who prefers TikTok over Instagram, who would go back in time or want to see their future, and who prefers nature life over city views. It's so much fun to see the boys' personalities off-stage. #BFFGoals
The boys have been busy gearing up for their online concert with sister group BINI in One Dream: The BINI x BGYO Concert, but also they just released a new single, "Kulya." The catchy tune is part of the soundtrack for Miss Universe Philippines 2021 and will have you dancing along. This marked the group’s first all-Filipino song. Take a listen to it below!
Don't worry, we'll be hearing more music from BGYO soon as their debut album is coming this month! According to NME, BGYO’s The Light will be released on October 7, followed by BINI’s Born To Win a week later, on October 14. BGYO have included ‘The Light’ and ‘Kulay’ in the album, along with prior singles ‘He’s Into Her’ and ‘The Baddest’. There will also be four alternative versions of the title track, performed in Japanese, Thai, Bahasa, and Spanish.
With all the hard work they've been putting in, they're also being recognized for their talents as the group won two awards at the Asian Academy Creative Awards. BGYO claimed Best Theme Song for "He's Into Her" from the trending series of the same name and the show itself was named the Best Original Program by Streamer/OTT. Their director Chad Vidanes received the Best Direction award. They'll only receive more awards from here on.
The BGYO boys are making all ACEs proud! With a lot more music and projects lined up for them, we can't wait to see how they'll round out the year. They're definitely the baddest out there right now in the P-pop scene.
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