FELIP aka SB19’s Ken is continuing his solo music journey. The Filipino artist followed up the hype from “PALAYO” and “BULAN” by releasing a new song titled “Rocksta,” accompanied with an appropriately edgy music video for the hip-hop centric single. The P-Pop trendsetter also announced his debut solo project: “COM • PLEX,” a project in collaboration with Warner Music Philippines.
“Rocksta” features a monochromatic theme that showcases the frontman running through dance numbers throughout the empowering track’s performance. “Complex” is set to be released on February 3. Check out the music video for “Rocksta” below!
The P-pop girl group, BINI play another game with One Down Media and this time they're Lost in Google Translate. The girls get tongue tied with the game, Lost in Translation where their lyrics get twisted and run through many rounds of Google Translate before guessing the original lyrics.
Can you guess the lyrics before them? Check out the video below and stream their second album, Feel Good on all platforms!
Cover Photo Credit: BINI Twitter
The two P-pop groups, BGYO and BINI were recently in New York and were able to have a unique experience in the Big Apple. One of the experiences they shared was performing on the show, MTV Jamming for MTV Asia where BGYO sang "Magnet" and BINI sang "Na Na Na."
See the both of them roam around the City that Never Sleeps and take their music to the streets of New York.
Cover Photo Credit: BGYO Twitter
BGYO Performs "Magnet" Wish USA Bus
BGYO is the latest P-pop group to grace the Wish Usa Bus! The beloved five piece boy band was recently in North America to help promote local Filipino music and OPM in the region. In the Wishclusive video performance, BGYO members Gelo, Akira, JL, Mikki, and Nate perform a live rendition of the fan favorite “Magnet” from their recently released “BE:US'' album.
BGYO joins BINI as the latest Manila-based group to perform on the Wish USA Bus. We can’t wait to see what BGYO has in store for 2023! Check out their “Magnet” Wishclusive performance below!
Photo Courtesy of Wish Usa’s Instagram
SB19 has quite the surprise for local Filipino fans! The P-pop Kings recently finished an international tour and now they have announced the WYAT Homecoming Concert. The one night special will go down on Dec. 18 at the famed Araneta Coliseum in Manila. Fans interested in attending the extravaganza can purchase tickets via Ticket Net.
In addition to the show announcement, SB19 has also dropped a new song. “Nyebe,” which translates to “snow” in Tagalog, was written by band leader Pablo. He shared his inspiration behind the ballad a press statement: “I was thinking about the feeling of hopelessness, knowing and accepting that things are changing too fast. Time doesn’t stop, things around us happen so fast. At the end of the day, matutunaw rin ang Nyebe (the snow will eventually melt away and fade). We just have to live with it and pray, there is always a ray of hope”.
Check out “Nyebe” below!
BINI made their American debut last month and one of the highlights of their trip was performing at the Wish USA Bus. The Wishclusive, brought in partnership with Filipino food chain Cafe 86, features the P-pop group’s first time hitting the iconic performance coach venue. In the video, members Aiah, Stacey, Maloi, Jhoanna, Gwen, Colet, Sheena, and Mikha give a live rendition of their powerful single “Strings.”
“Strings” is one of the standout songs on BINI’s recently released sophomore album: “Feel Good.” The track shares an empowering message about grit and determination while staying true to the group’s fierce brand. Watch BINI’s “Strings” Wish USA Bus performance below!
SB19 recently gave New York City a taste of the sound that has Filipinos all over the world going crazy! The P-pop stars not only performed for their “WYAT” world tour at the Big Apple on November 5th, but they also celebrated their first live television guest appearance in the United States on NYC’s signature morning show Fox 5 Good Day New York.
A slice of Big Apple? We finally got it! 🗽— SB19 Official 🇵🇭 (@SB19Official) November 6, 2022
That show was definitely a blast! A huge thank you to all of you for coming! 🙏 We hope that ain't the last. See you in the future!
Next Stop: LOS ANGELES#WYAT #WYATTourNY#WhereYouAtSB19 pic.twitter.com/2Wdjz6pOnR
The boy band took to social media to share footage from both the tv performance and their concert. SB19 has two more dates in the US: Los Angeles on November 12, and San Francisco on November 18, before heading back to Asia for a Singapore tour date on November 27.
Watch their "WYAT" performance below!
Photo Courtesy of SB19's Instagram
Here we go, ACEs! Today marks BGYO’s official comeback, as the collective has just released their new album “BE:US” alongside the project’s lead track “PNGNP” and its official music video. The P-pop boy group’s sophomore effort features eight tracks, including the previously released “Magnet” and “Tumitigil Ang Mundo” and new songs: “Game On,” “Panahon,” “Laro,” “Extraordinary,” and title song “BE:US.”
In the YouMeUs MNL-produced visuals for “PNGNP” Akira, Nate, JL, Mikki, and Gelo are giving short-lived fantasy vibes in a dreamy aesthetic that compliments the song’s fleeting romance theme. Check out the music video below!
ALAMAT Releases First Mini Album ‘PASULONG’
ALAMAT has just dropped their first mini album! “PASULONG” is a six track project that showcases the Filipino sing-rap-dance boy group’s versatile talents. They celebrated the release earlier this week with a near two hour YouTube livestream titled: 'PASULONG: The Showcase.' Check out the full experience below!
ALAMAT is a six member collective that combines both traditional and modern Philippine cultural elements with Western/global influences in the various facets of their music, including their unique brand of dance, fashion, and iconography. Their eclectic influence is definitely on display on their six track debut. The tight knit team also released a music video for their lead single “Aswang.” Check out the cinematic visuals below and the full "PASULONG" album below!
Photo Courtesy of ALAMAT's Instagram
The P-pop group, SB19 is back on the Wish 107.5 Bus for an energy-packed vocal performance to "WYAT (Where You At)." The guys may be sitting in a bus, the vibe of the song is heard through their voices. In coordinating, athletic fashion SB19 don't miss a beat for one of their latest single.
The performance will have you grooving in your seat and just like they said in the beginning, they're back at it again!
SB19 just finished a local Philippines tour and are excited to see what the rest of the world has in store for them.
Cover Photo Credit: SB19 Instagram
BGYO is officially back! The P-pop group has just released a music video for their new song “Magnet.” Fans of Gelo, Mikki, Akira, JL, and Nate will be in for a treat as the group pays homage to their supportive fans the ACEs, in the visuals produced by Chapters PH.
“Magnet” features choreography by Filipino-American dancer Brian Puspos, who you may recognize as a mentor from Top Class: The Rise To P-Pop Stardom and previous choreo work with household names in music such as K-Pop group BTS, Chris Brown, Justin Bieber, and more.
The lead single “Magnet” comes as an appetizer two weeks before the release of BGYO’s comeback sophomore album “BE:US.” The five-piece collective also plans to drop another music video for “PNGNP” to celebrate their release day.
Watch the music video for “Magnet” below!
P-Pop girl group KAIA heads in a new R&B-leaning direction with their new single "Dalawa," released under Sony Music Entertainment. Bringing in the 2000s-eque R&B melodies and wmsical beats, "Dalawa" embraces adventure with effortless vocals.
Standing out in sublime contrast with their previous releases, the five-member act’s smooth jam alludes to the idea of expressing infatuation in the most reassuring, youthful way. Written and produced by Jayson Franz, he brings a mellow and groovy style to the group's style. “Dalawa" is a song that tells a story familiar to many: catching unrequited feelings for someone close to you,” described by the pop group.
The group was heavily involved in the demo recording, voicing their inputs on vocal arrangements and style of the song. “I wanted a different approach for KAIA this time around, but I made sure to take into consideration their individual and collective personalities,” shares Franz. They leaned more towards the Y2K R&B trend by adding string instruments and other sonic elements to the arrangement.
There was one moment during recording that made everyone excited for the song. “One of the memorable moments during the recording of the track was the first run of every member of KAIA,” adds Franz. “It was that moment when everyone knew that the song was really made for them. Each one of them has an own personality or taste in terms of the delivery of their lines.”
Listen now on all streaming platforms!
Cover Photo Credit: Sony Music PH