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In honor of International Women’s Month, P-Pop girl group KAIA has just dropped an empowering dance pop anthem. “5678” is not only a catchy song, but also serves as a fired-up anthem aimed towards inspiring women everywhere to never give up on their dreams.

“This is a living testament that we’re always trying to make it on our own terms, one step at a time, without looking back,” shares KAIA in a statement. “We are thankful for the opportunities that are presented to us, and we promise to deliver a message of positivity and hope in our songs, as a way to give back to our supporters.”

The high energy K-Pop inspired track features themes about self-love and reminds women to be prepared to face any obstacle, no matter what naysayers believe. Watch the lyric video for “5678” below and be on the lookout for the official music video dropping on March 25th.


KAIA’s newest single and music video will definitely make you “Turn Up” the volume! The P-Pop collective’s new song “Turn Up” is inspired sonically by early 2010’s dance-pop, while staying true to the Filipina girl group’s sassy identity.

“Because it’s upbeat and danceable, we thought a party concept will best for it, so people could have fun whenever they hear Turn Up,” KAIA shares in a collaborative statement. “We want our listeners to feel good as they vibe with the song.”

According to the five-member collective, “Turn Up” is an escapist anthem about setting one’s worries aside for the time being and taking pleasure in moments that call for fun and adventure.

“We got so busy stressing out about things that we couldn’t control,” says the “Dalawa” artists. “This song somehow encourages listeners to break away from the mold, live in the moment, and let their body groove into the music. Sometimes all you need is to disconnect from the outside world and be yourself.”

“Turn Up” will be included in KAIA’s debut EP under Sony Music Entertainment coming soon. Watch the music video 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.

While it veers away from the upbeat, dance-pop tunes that we’ve been dishing out since our debut, this particular material sticks to our strengths as a girl group.

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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!

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KAIA is taking us back to their pre-debut with a new version for us to appreciate. The P-Pop girl group released an acoustic performance for their pre-debut single "KAYA." The performance video showcases a more stripped-down version of the track, with each member contributing to the sound of the acoustic performance.

From Guitars to a Cajon and shaker, the ladies of KAIA are showcasing their talents beyond vocals and dancing, and it's awesome to see. Even by taking out the full production of the track and going acoustic, the "KAYA" performance was still hyped and energetic, just with a different vibe. Check out the performance video below and see for yourself.

Cover Photo Courtesy of KAIA Facebook

This year, P-Pop girl group KAIA has been making their mark in the industry with a strong pre-debut and debut launch. Their music videos Kaya and Blah Blah have each had over half a million views, respectively, and they took the stage at the inaugural PPop Con earlier this year. When groups debut, it's always exciting to see their artistry evolve with each release or comeback, but the story before the debut is always an interesting one to witness.

For the past few weeks, KAIA has been releasing episodes for their new series, "Road to Debut." They reminisce on the entire process and talk about the journey to get to where they are today. You can now binge the whole 6 episode docu-series as the last episode premiered a few days ago.

Check the playlist below and see how KAIA came to be.

Cover Photo Courtesy of KAIA Facebook

Have you been wanting more KAIA content? Well, the ladies are here and ready to deliver. Their official debut single BLAH BLAH was released a few weeks back. The rising P-Pop group also hit the stage at the inaugural PPOP Convention. As we all know, there had to be some major prep to get to a performance-ready level, and that's where all the practice and rehearsal comes in.

If you loved their recent stage performances and music video, you have to check out their dance practice below. Here we can see the details in the choreography and their performance ability more up close. This version is the still camera version of their dance practice to BLAH BLAH. Also, check out the moving version on their YouTube channel alongside some additional KAIA content.

Cover Photo Courtesy of KAIA Facebook

Two days of exciting performances, building community, and celebrating the rise of P-Pop happened this past weekend, and fans can't wait for more to come. The PPOP Convention made its official bow at the New Frontier Theater and the Araneta Coliseum on April 9th and 10th.

The two-day event held a convention portion on the first day that included fan booths, merch sales, performances, and more. The performance line-up for that day had some up-and-coming P-Pop groups making waves with their recent debuts.

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If you missed the show and want a peek at some highlights, PPOP Con recently uploaded a Day 1 video that gives you a taste of the event and performances at the New Frontier Theater. Check it out below.

Day 2 of the event was the main concert at the Araneta Coliseum. This day brought some of P-Pop's most talked-about groups to the stage for a history-making concert.

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MYX's very own VJ Ai was the host of the night and shared some great behind-the-scenes photos directly from her camera roll as she waits for official photos from the event. Ai solo hosted the event and helped keep the crowd and show moving, entertaining 17,000 seats at the iconic Big Dome.

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There is no doubt that P-Pop is continuing to rise and this convention has proved that Filipino Artists are out here ready to break barriers globally with the power of music. Stay tuned as more official videos roll out and we continue to update this article.

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KAIA aims for a global reach with their debut single, "BLAH BLAH." The upbeat track, released under Sony Music marks the arrival of the P-pop newcomer and they're ready to show us what they got! Produced by Lee Oh Won, who's also behind other tracks by international artists like SB19, Stray Kids, and more, helps KAIA explore a future forward sound that blends different musical elements together. Listen to "BLAH BLAH" now available on all digital music platforms.

The group may be considered newcomers, but they're already taking ownership of their music as songwriters. As the song talks about love, infatuation, and how relationships don't always play out the way we want, the girls wrote the lyrics by bringing their own experiences into the mix. Group member, Sophia shares how their chemistry made the songwriting process easier, "Writing BLAH BLAH is somehow easier considering our chemistry has improved a lot since then...We finally learned how to trust each other on a deeper level, hence the making of a song about love."

"Aside from this, everyone puts their 100% effort into this official debut. Even when one of us gets stuck in writing, the other four members make sure to help out when needed. That being said, our closeness and dedication made us more comfortable and confident in writing BLAH BLAH."

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The music video which also debuted along with the single provides a stark contrast between the dream world and reality. Directed by Angelo Balanon, the visual translates the essence of the song with a cosmopolitan, movie-like sheen on par with K-Pop and J-Pop music videos.

This is only the beginning for KAIA and "BLAH BLAH" serves as their introductory journey towards self-discovery. As they navigate through an industry that's challenging and unfamiliar, they'll have to stick together and find their voice collectively as a group. "BLAH BLAH" partakes in Sony Music Entertainment's "Angat, P-Pop" initiative, which aims to put a spotlight on new generation OPM pop hits. Its global-ready sounds is sure to be your next summer jam!

ABOUT KAIA
KAIA is an upcoming 5-member girl group from ShowBT PH, the same company that launched P-POP Kings SB19. The members consist of Sophia, Angela, Charice, Charlotte, and Alexa. The name KAIA is inspired by two tagalog words: First is Kinaiya, which is a Tagalog noun that describes your inner character. These aren’t just your good traits, but all the traits and
characteristics that make you who you are. The second word is Kaya, which is a generic tagalog term Filipinos use in their everyday lives, mainly to overcome their struggles. “Kaya mo paba?” “Kakayanin.”

KAIA is a word that sounds feminine, but means powerful. Accepting who you are, and using it as a strength to overcome your goals despite what may be thrown at you. This is what the group represents now that they have finally debuted.

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KAIA has recently released a stage performance of their pre-debut single "KAYA," setting the tone of what fans might see during their performance at the New Frontier Theater during the convention day at P-Pop Con in April. The 5 member P-Pop group has been polishing their on-stage presence, and you can see the progress and excitement in this video below.

P-Pop Con just released their ticketing links, and if you want to see KAIA hit the stage alongside some other notable acts, you can purchase your tickets now. The ticket selection is set to 6 tiers, and you can get your tickets here.

As Covid-19 restrictions begin to lift in the Philippines, with Metro Manila moving to Alert Level 1, live events begin to make their way back to the public. The PPOP Convention concert is slated for April 10th, 2022, and it will be the first large-scale event at the iconic Araneta Coliseum since February 2020.

The event will take place over two days (April 9th and 10th), with the convention portion being held at the New Frontier Theater and the concert at Araneta Coliseum. The convention will include fan booths, merch sales, performances, and more.

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The full line-up has recently been announced, with established and emerging groups set to take the stage. Check out the line-up below.

SB19

MNL48

BGYO

BINI

ALAMAT

1ST.ONE

4TH IMPACT

PRESS HIT PLAY

VXON

KAIA

Ticket details have yet to be announced, so keep up to date by staying connected with PPOP Con on all their socials listed below.

Facebook

Instagram

Twitter

Cover Photo Courtesy of PPOP Convention Facebook

Girl group, KAIA released the music video for the pre-debut single, "KAYA" late last year and now we get a peak at some of the behind the scenes. Nerves were running high, but they were pros for their very first performance video.

The ladies of KAIA know how to work hard and play hard. We catch glimpses of each members' personalities, but also see how they blend together as a unit. See how they learn the choreography and prep for their scenes. They also share how "KAYA" has been in the works for months and it all started when they started to work together.

If you haven't checked out the official video, don't worry we got you!

Cover Photo Credit: KAIA Official Twitter

It's here! KAIA's Pre-Debut Single "KAYA" is available to stream, and you can now also catch their performance video! This is the first real look into the groups developing sound and artistry. In addition, it serves as a great introduction to their vocals and dance ability. Hailing from the same company as SB19, we can see the training they put forth ahead of this pre-debut is paying off. The group trended #1 on the Philippines Top Trends on Twitter and continues to make noise post-release.

"KAYA" has an electro-pop feel with lyrics in English and Tagalog. It's an empowerment track that sends out the message of courage and inspiration to push through. Stream "KAYA," now available on all major music platforms.

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