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The P-pop group, SB 19 just released an intriguing teaser that we're not quite sure yet how to interpret. The video is of a voiceover of a radio announcer saying a new futuristic gadget has arrived in Manila while 5 unidentified men have also been spotted. All we know so far is the five of them have traveled miles in the span of seconds and their location is unknown. What could the big news be?

While we're waiting on that, SB 19 have been keeping busy. Recently they performed at Binibining Pilipinas. Get caught up and go behind the scenes of rehearsals, show day, and more in their new vlog. See how the guys prep for a big show from their pre-show rituals, food they prefer, and how they get hyped up.

Cover Photo Credit: SB 19 Instagram

P-pop group Press Hit Play made a comeback with their latest single "Tell Me." Before it came out, there's so much hype behind the track that the band has provided a whole schedule for the month! Pearls were given hints leading up to the song release along with a visualizer for 1/21 debut.

Press Hit Play had a message for their Pearls about their comeback. They share that in 2022, there's no reason for them to show down.

"We’re excited to share with our comeback single “Tell Me”, a highly infectious homage to the retro-pop stylings of the 80s sound: reminiscent of the pop culture of the era - including anthemic movie soundtracks and musical scores of old-school television shows - but delivered by way of Press Hit Play’s trademark modern and youthful energy."

Before "Tell Me," the group released "Adlaw" which is also available on all streaming platforms.

Cover Photo Credit: Press Hit Play Twitter

It's finally here, Baby Blue's first major single, "Head Up." The track released on December 15th and marks the fourth single released by the group and their first ballad. According to their social account, the song is about "life not always being bright and happy but when you got the right people on your side everything is going to be alright."

The music video matches the tone of the song with its sweet and wistful tone. We see each of their personalities, but still how they mesh together as a collective unit.

The trio was formed in 2020 and consists of members, Jan Elaurza, Coleen Trinidad, and Amy Isidto. Make sure to catch the music video for "Head Up" and don't miss out on Baby Blue fever!

Cover Photo Credit: MNL48 Instagram

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