ALAMAT is back! One year stronger and hungrier than ever, the 8 member group celebrates their first debut anniversary with their fans through a live stream alongside dropping a comeback song. If you missed the half-hour live stream, don't worry you can check out all the fun below.
As ALAMAT celebrated their achievements the past year, they also were counting down to their latest comeback song, "ABKD." The song is truly inspiring and uplifting, giving you the push to keep pursuing your dreams and chasing after those goals. The proof is in the pudding, as Alamat is an excellent example of what the track conveys in the lyrics. This past year they have continued to strive and push to make their dreams a reality. So if you ever need a pick-me-up or some motivation to keep it going, make sure to stream "ABKD" here.
ALAMAT continues to showcase Filipino heritage through their songs and artistry. In the lyric video below, you can see the breakdown of each member singing and highlighting their respective native tongues. We have Taneo with Ilocano, Valfer with Hiligaynon, Gami and Alas with Bisaya, Jao with Kapampangan, R-Ji with Waray-Waray, Tomas with Bicolano, and Mo with Sambal.
The lyric video is just the beginning of this comeback. The group also teased a dance rehearsal for "ABKD" on Twitter, and they mentioned an official music video is coming soon.
Cover Photo Courtesy of ALAMAT Facebook
P-Pop sibling groups BGYO and BINI are back at it, giving us the content that we all need. If you were waiting on some fresh new performances to come your way, the groups have now delivered! This week the fandoms are blessed with performance videos of Na Na Na from BINI and Fly Away from BGYO. Both songs remind us of how versatile each group can be. The comment sections of each video are filled with positive notes and hopes for official music videos from each track.
Both groups hit top trending on Twitter this week once the videos were released. Check out the performance videos below and stay tuned to their socials for more updates on what's next for both groups.
BINI 'Na Na Na’ Performance Video
BGYO ‘Fly Away’ Performance
P-pop group (Pinoy-pop) SB 19 debuts their latest music video What. They are the first Filipino group in Billboard's Next Big Sound chart as well as the first Southeast Asian act to enter the top 10 of Billboard Social 50 weekly and year-end charts. The What music video goes hard and reflects more of a punk theme. The song mostly in Tagalog shares the K-pop sound, but shows off the dialect. They also didn't disappoint with their dance break segment and their outfits are on point.
This five-member group is taking not only OPM by storm but making their mark internationally. They sing, they dance, and they were trained by ShowBT Philippines for three years. Their vibe similarly resembles those of K-pop groups like BTS, EXO, Monsta X, and more. With the popularity of K-pop groups in the U.S., let us also continue to bring OPM to the mainstage.
Make sure to catch the track on al digital music platforms and ICYMI the guys from P-pop group SB19 joined MYX Global for their first international live-streamed video interview on kumu & Twitch.
Cover Photo Credit: SB19 Facebook
Star Hunt Academy’s highly-anticipated rookie girl group BINI hopes to contribute to the #PPopRise movement with their pre-debut single "Da Coconut Nut"!
Back in 2018, Star Hunt Academy (SHA) searched the nation for fresh talent to mold into world-class idols. From an initial roster of 250 aspirants, the hopefuls whittled down to the final 5 boys and 8 girls to be part of this special program. After more than 1 year of training, the SHA trainee girls are finally evolving into their girl group form, BINI.
Hailing from different parts of the country, these binibinis represent homegrown talent and our culture of heart and passion. BINI consists of sweet yet fierce girls Aiah, Colet, Gwen, Maloi, Stacey, Jhoanna, Mikha, and Sheena.
BINI's pre-debut single is an electro-pop remake of the timeless classic "Da Coconut Nut" which was composed by National Artist Ryan Cayabyab. The song was originally popularized by teen group Smokey Mountain in 1991.
While it was not an obvious choice, the global recognition and covers that "Da Coconut Nut" garnered on YouTube showed that it was worth a remake—a challenge that SHA’s Korean partners MU Doctor received well. MU Doctor worked with Korean musical producer VO3E, transforming the novelty song into a fresh, upbeat, and danceable banger. Seasoned Korean dance coaches Moon Yeon Joo and Kwan Seong Chan, who have worked with big names such as BTS, Twice, Red Velvet, and Seventeen, helped with the choreography.
BINI's "Da Coconut Nut" music video debuts on YouTube on November 20. In the meantime, check out the lyric video below: