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ALAMAT just dropped a new music and the project pays homage to different aspects Filipino culture, while showcasing the group's musical and artistic talents. Not only is "Dayang" a catchy P-pop banger, but the music video treatment also features catchy choreography that is slowly taking the Philippines by storm on social media!

Sonically, "Dayang" tells a story of finally finding the right person after countless heartbreak. The song is also a metaphor for the love being as seamless as a graceful dance, which is represented in the music video's dance numbers. Check out the music video here!

BGYO is releasing their third album soon and if their new single "Patintero" is a sign of things to come — fellow ACEs are in for something special. The collective's new song has been making waves since its release thanks to billboard promotions, live performances, and a music video. Much of the track's marketing efforts have been centered around Gelo, Akira, JL, Mikki, and Nate wearing bright colors painting the picture to represent the sonic vibe of "Patintero." Watch the official music video and a live performance video below!


Fresh off of releasing their "Strings" album, BINI is back with a new song! Not only is "Karera," a new song but it also represents a new era and a new sound for the P-pop girl group. In true comeback fashion, the empowering track sends a message to listeners reaffirming them to live life at their own pace and to not worry about things beyond their control. You can watch the music video below!

If you're interested in catching BINI live, they will be performing at 1MX Sydney Music Festival together with William Singe, Dami Im, KZ Tandingan, Ben&Ben, Milky Day, Keenan Te, and Maymay Entrata on October 8, at the Hordern Pavilion! You can also listen to a full version of "Unlearn You" below!

We love international music recognition! BINI has been nominated at the Brazil's BreakTudo Awards in the Music by New International Music Artist category. The all female P-pop group recently dropped their "Strings" album last year.

Founded in 2016, BreakTudo Awards states on its website its mission which is "to celebrate the most prominent and emerging highlights of the entertainment and pop culture scene. By relying on public collaboration, the BreakTudo Awards recognizes both renowned artists and categories, including National Male Artist, National Female Artist and National Hit, as well as emerging talent, exemplified by categories such as National Breakthrough Artist and Music by New National Artist. In addition, the award also sheds light on rising artists through categories such as Upcoming Artist, thus enriching their contribution to the entertainment industry." 

For a complete list of 2023 nominees which includes Asian superstars like Jungkook, BLACKPINK, New Jeans, EXO, and more,  visit https://www.breaktudoawards.com/breaktudo-awards-2023-nominees/.

In the Music by New International Music Artist category, BINI is included among the following acts:

Date Your Dad – Bellah Mae
Enough – charlieonnafriday
Fluo – Sangiovanni
I Feel Good – BINI
I Tried – Daniel Seavey
never knew a heart could break itself (acoustic) – Zach Hood
Nico Valdi Produciendo a Rochy – Nico Valdi, Rochy
QUITATE LA ROPA – La Cross

Photo Courtesy of BINI's Instagram


ALAMAT is back with new music and the group continues to prove why they are one of the names to watch in P-pop. If you're not familiar with the collective, they are a 6-member sing-rap-dance boy group from the Philippines that combines both traditional and modern Philippine cultural elements with Western/global influences in the various facets of their music, including dance, fashion, and iconography.

ALAMAT just dropped a new song titled "Walang Hangan" and the track is the second single from their upcoming album "IsaPuso." In addition to releasing the song, they also dropping an accompanying music video for the emotional ballad. You can watch ALAMAT's "Walang Hangan" music video below!

Fresh off the success of viral hit “Unang Sayaw,” Filipino pop-rock outfit NOBITA continues to smash out of the gate with another song with commercial potential. Their new single “Paruparo Na Walang Hanggan” plays on the band’s musical strengths,
blending deeply personal lyrics with soulful, harmony-laden arrangements. Like their previous releases, NOBITA’s latest song hits home with vulnerability that people can relate to.

“Paruparo Na Walang Hanggan is a song for someone who continues to believe in love, no matter the struggles they may have experienced in the past,” the chart-topping band shares in a statement. “The main hook and most of the melodic lines just came out spontaneously during one of our rehearsals for an event. It felt like we just vomited it subconsciously.” While it’s a love song to the core, “Paruparo Na Walang Hanggan” embraces a more intricate sonic direction, going as far as adding layers of choir-like elements, sparse keyboard textures, and bluesy chords to create something slightly out of the ordinary. Isagani Palabyab, their constant collaborator, co-produced the track and helped redefine its kundiman sensibilities with
a modern flair.

NOBITA adds, “We take pride in making songs that the audience can feel what we feel and remember easily the melody and lyrics of the song when they first hear it. We’re grateful to Isagani for encapsulating this vision into something memorable and subtle, and still giving off that familiar sound of ours.”

The song will be included in the setlist for their upcoming 6-city tour in the US, which kicks off in Las Vegas, Nevada on August 11 and wraps up in Fairfax, Virginia on August 26. Tickets are available at www.ToggleSwitchPH.com.

For more information about the tour, check out the details below:
August 11: Las Vegas, NV (The Usual Place)
August 12: Los Angeles, CA (The Vermont Hollywood)
August 18: Seattle, WA (Substation Seattle)
August 19: San Francisco, CA (The Historic Bal Theater)
August 25: New York, NY (Sounds of Brazil)
August 26: Fairfax, VA (Jammin Java)

NOBITA’s “ Paruparo Na Walang Hanggan ” is out now on all digital music platforms worldwide via Sony Music Entertainment.

We have new music from P-Pop boy group Alamat! The six-member group composed of Taneo, Mo, Jao, Tomas, R-Ji and Alas just dropped a new music video for their song “Day and Night” and the visuals feature ‘Darna’ star Jane De Leon.

In the music video for the feel-good banger, Jane De Leon pays homage to Magindaras, a mermaid in Bicol/Visayas mythology. This project stays aligned with Alamat’s efforts to introduce "traditional and modern Philippine cultural elements with Western/global influences in the various facets of their music, including dance, fashion, and iconography."

Watch Alamat’s “Day and Night” music video starring Jane De Leon below!

As SB19 approaches its fifth year anniversary, the iconic Filipino boy group drops its much- awaited EP PAGTATAG! on June 9, 2023.  

PAGTATAG! marks SB19’s commencement of a new era highlighted with a more mature and captivating mix of music. The highly anticipated EP is a musical testimony of the group’s journey and transformation since their humble beginnings in 2018. 
The six-track EP is SB19’s boldest release yet, offering audiences unexplored genres and musical style with an immersive experience set to draw in listeners and keep them hooked. The group effortlessly delivers an EP packed with powerful emotions and messages, ready to shake listeners to the core. 

PAGTATAG! includes “GENTO,” which completely sets the tone of the EP by putting the group’s transformational change, versatility, and confidence into the spotlight. Fans will be treated to an SB19-first, a soulful R&B piece – “I WANT YOU” – that unveils a deeper dimension of the group and puts on display their raw passions and emotions for the world to see. “CRIMZONE” presents the SB19’s signature hard-hitting beats, a homage to their struggles and triumphs as artists. The EP also includes two profound ballads, “ILAW” and “LIHAM,” songs that are set to play with your emotions and seep deep into your skin.
“FREEDOM” is SB19’s celebration anthem for a new era, celebrating life, fans, and a new chapter as a group. 

While the release of PAGTATAG! is set to make waves, fans are in for another treat as the “I WANT YOU” music video drops on the same day. Heads will turn their way, as SB19 releases a more sensual and soulful music video never seen before. Fans will get a more intimate glimpse of SB19 as they experience this heart-stuttering new song. “I WANT YOU” is a poignant play at one’s aspirations, teasingly within reach. 

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PAGTATAG! without a doubt marks the beginning of a new era that is unapologetically SB19. This new era thrusts into the spotlight their evolution as artists and celebrates both their struggles and triumphs as a group. Firmly rooted on their beginnings, SB19 has grown into an internationally acclaimed musical sensation who continue to test and break limits with their unconventional sound and unbounded talent. 

As PAGTATAG! is released into the world, fans can finally immerse in the groundbreaking, trendsetting sounds of SB19. A more exhilarating journey is yet to come as the group embarks on their second world tour. The award-winning group is set to kick-off their world tour at the Araneta Coliseum on June 24 and 25 and will have multiple stops in cities across the Philippines, United States, and Canada. Tickets are available through TicketNet outlets nationwide or through www.ticketnet.com.ph.

HORI7ON is the newest P-pop group chasing international stardom. The collective, which is co-managed by South Korean label MLD Entertainment, just dropped their first ever music video with their pre-debut single “Dash.” HORI7ON is composed of members Kim, Winston, Vinci, Jeromy, Reyster, Marcus, and Kyler.

“Dash” features the Filipino artists displaying their vocal and choreography chops over various sets, including a plane hangar and an area filled with shipping containers. The group plans to head to South Korean to finish their training before officially launching their career. You can catch HORI7ON live at the following mall shows: Robinsons Starmills (March 26,) KCC Koronadal (April 14,) KCC GenSan (April 15,) & KCC Zamboanga (April 16.)

Watch HORI7ON’s first ever music video below and stay tuned for their official debut coming soon!

Actress and singer, Vivoree released her new music video for the song, "Matapang." The magical fairy tale-themed video was directed by Karlo Calingao, composed by Danielle Balagtas, and produced by Ashley Aunor. It's available to stream on all plaforms.

“It’s a song about being brave in love. Let’s say may gusto ka sa isang tao or mahal mo yung isang tao, nung una ‘di mo alam kung paano i-express [yung feelings] at takot ka pa. Pero in the long run, you’d have the courage to admit to yourself na ‘okay gusto ko itong taong ‘to,’” Esclito said in a statement. 

The former "Pinoy Big Brother" housemate wrote her first single “Kaya Pa” which was released in 2016 while inside the "PBB" house. Last year, Esclito teamed up with Jon Guelas for the duet version of “Did I Let You Go.” Aside from her music career, Esclito also starred in different shows such as the IWantTFC series “Hello Stranger,” “Tara, G!” and “He’s Into Her.”

Cover Photo Credit: Vivoree Instagram

Filipino four-member act YARA joins the esteemed roster of Sony Music Entertainment, an established record label known for producing some of the biggest names in P-Pop. The promising rookie embarks on a journey with newfound independence—thanks to the guidance of their record label, and their insistence to leave a mark in the burgeoning Philippine music scene.

“Sony Music PH and YARA are a match made in heaven...We were surprised that our vision and passion for music are the same. After everything that we’ve gone through, we are very happy that we finally found someone with whom we are confident to work with especially with our music.”

YARA

YARA officially marks their debut as a recording artist with the release of their new single “ADDA,” which means ‘Apat Dapat, Dapat Apat.’ Holding merit with a refreshing balance of charisma and edginess, YARA drops a confident piece of pop music that leaves nothing out of the bag.

“We know what we want / we know what we're capable of,” they open their verse with an assured declaration. Few newcomers can get away with lines that beam with delirious energy and excitement, and YARA does it seamlessly as they navigate an entirely new realm that remains completely uncharted to them.

“The song is about YARA. The story of YARA. The song reflects why YARA works hard to strive beyond their limitations and reach for their dreams. YARA wants their audience to know their story, and draw strength from it to conquer their own fears, and learn from YARA’s experiences. YARA wants their listeners to take control of their own lives and
dreams.”

yARA

Combining dance-pop vigor with hip-hop elements and K-Pop feistiness, YARA’s “ADDA” is written and composed by YARA’s very own Kim Natividad, and produced by one of SB19 and Pablo's frequent collaborators, Joshua Nase and Michael “Cursebox” Negapatan (Alex Bruce).

According to YARA, the empowering mood of the material aims to set the tone of what’s to come for their future releases. “The dynamics of the song radiate confidence and empower our listeners,” the Filipino quartet reveals. “Unison is also present in the song to highlight that behind showcasing our individual talents, the product of our teamwork sets us apart and makes us who we are. The progression of instrumental placements in the song relates to how our passion (to perform) intensifies throughout our journey amidst the unexpected challenges we’ve encountered along the way.”

YARA is a four-piece girl group composed of Gelou, Rocher, Christa, and Kim. They’re one of the newest P-Pop acts under Sony Music Entertainment, which includes SB19, 4th Impact, and more among its top-prized talents. Listen to their new single “ADDA” here.

Cover Photo Credit: Sony Music PH

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

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