Showing posts with label SB19. Show all posts
Showing posts with label SB19. Show all posts

Friday, December 18, 2020

SB19 Drops Their Christmas Short Film "Ex-Mas"

7:22:00 PM

 

Okay just saw the trailer today and this is for sure will be watched by all A'Tin. This brought together by  ShowBT Philippines and its sponsors Yopokki and Montbest, it is SB19's Christmas short film entitled "Ex-Mas”, SB19’s first-ever short film. Ex-Mas premieres today Friday, December 18, on SB19’s Youtube Channel. So check out their YouTube Channel. 

SB19 is surely expected to surprise their fans – A’TIN – with their versatility and acting skills showcased in this short film. The cast alongside SB19, will include lead actress Jenny Yeo, with special appearances by ShowBT Philippines’ content creator, Kristy Cho as well as SB19 Justin’s brother, Yani de Dios.

Kem Sitsongpeenong et al. posing for the camera© Provided by LionhearTV “Ex-Mas”, based on its namesake, is a romantic-comedy holiday film that tackles the subject of past relationships and the nostalgia of looking back on memories during the holiday season. This short film will center on themes of love, reconciliation, acceptance and friendship.

Watch it on SB19’s Youtube Channel.

Saturday, August 1, 2020

MYX Awards 2020 Line Up of Winners with SB19

11:20:00 PM

Filipino boy group SB19—composed of Sejun, Josh, Stell, Ken and Justin—ruled the MYX Awards 2020 after being hailed as both New Artist and Artist of the Year, as well as winning Song of the Year for their highly successful single “Go Up.”

MYX held the virtual awards celebration last Saturday, which honored today’s hitmakers and showcased exclusive musical performances from local and international artists.

James Reid and last year’s Artist of the Year Nadine Lustre bagged the Music Video of the Year award for their song “Summer” which Nadine co-directed with Chino Villagracia. James and Just Hush also won Urban Video of the Year for “Fiend.” 

  

Himig Handog 2019’s Best Song “Mabagal,” interpreted by Moira Dela Torre and Daniel Padilla, racked up wins in two categories—Collaboration of the Year and Mellow Video of the Year, while former PBB housemates Kiara Takahashi and Gino Roque, known together as KiaNo, shared the award for MYX Celebrity VJ of the Year.

IV of Spades’ “Come Inside of My Heart” prevailed as the Rock Video of the Year, while record-breaking K-pop boy band BTS scored International Video of the Year for the song "Boy with Luv” featuring Halsey.

Meanwhile, the late Master Rapper Francis Magalona was honored with a posthumous MYX Magna Award. OPM artists Gary Valenciano, Raymund Marasigan, Chito Miranda, and Yael Yuzon performed a tribute for him through a performance of "Kaleidoscope World." The rapper’s children—Elmo, Barq, and Saab Magalona—also joined the performance. 

  

The event featured performances from SB19, Route 83, Julie Anne San Jose, Darren Espanto, KZ, Shanti Dope, Inigo Pascual, Ben&Ben, Gracie Abrams, Alexander 23, Valentina Ploy, Keshi, Ava Max, Powfu, Maximillian, Honne and Anne-Marie.

Mimiyuuuh, COLN, Gloc-9, Benedict Cua, Donny and Hannah Pangilinan, Maine Mendoza, Catriona Gray, Carly Rae Jepsen, and Paul Klein of LANY also graced the virtual event as award presenters.

#MYXAwards2020, which was streamed live on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and TikTok, garnered over 4 million tweets globally, with various event-related hashtags occupying the social networking site's Philippine trending list.

Get creative with your videos on TikTok by checking out music from the MYX Awards 2020 playlist on Tiktok's sound page! Catch the #MYXAwards2020 as it airs this Saturday (August 01) on MYX, available on SKYcable channel 23. For updates, follow @abscbnpr on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or visit www.abs-cbn.com/newsroom.







Music Update : SB19 drops their debut album, ‘Get in the Zone’

4:20:00 PM

If you have been following the rise of this boyband group, well, you're in for a great surprise of their songs and dances. After their long years of sacrifices their dreams has finally come to life.

SB19 pushes the envelope of pop music with the release of their debut full-length album, Get in the Zone, out today on all digital platforms worldwide via Sony Music.

Mashing together various music influences with top-tier production and global appeal, the nine-track release features six original compositions, along with the EDM version of “Love Goes” and two instrumental songs.

Thematically speaking, Get in the Zone maps their creative and personal journey. “It hasn’t been long since we released our debut single ‘Tilaluha,’ but prior to that, we have been training for years already,” says Sejun. “We wanted to incorporate all the things that we have experienced during trainee days into this album by putting all the emotions that we went through into our music. It was an emotional rollercoaster, but we pulled through and we hope that we get to inspire people with our story.”

SB19’s first album kicks off with the two-punch knockout of “Alab” and “Go Up”—both chart-topping singles that bask in electronic grooves, pulsating hip-hop rhythms, and technicolored beats. These songs not only exude outsized charisma, but it also showcases SB19’s potential as a phenomenal pop group capable of defying trends and trailblazing a new movement in the international music arena.

Get in the Zone takes a more somber turn with “Tilaluha,” a stripped-down ballad that tackles one’s remorse over reciprocated romance. It’s a refreshing misnomer in a record filled with upbeat jams and shiny pop tunes, and one that blows the roof off, vocal performance-wise.

The winsome streak continues with the R&B-infused “Love Goes,” a song that talks about one’s suffering over a lost loved one, and its sequel, “Hanggang Sa Huli,” which allows the broken person to heal and find comfort in a kind of love that lasts a lifetime. The sonically adventurous album also includes “Wag Mong Ikunot Ang Iyong Noo,” a Filipino adaptation of the Korean ‘90s smash “Sarangeun Ya YaYa,” as well as an EDM remix and two bonus tracks.

According to Sejun, what sets Get in the Zone apart from other contemporary releases is the collaborative synergy between K-pop producers and Filipino talents, resulting into an exciting yet compelling final product. “It’s a great thing to get all the good traits from Korean and Philippine music/culture, and put them together into one. If you’ll dive deep into it, you’ll find a whole new sound rich in both cultures.”

As for the creative process, SB19 members Justin, Sejun, Josh, Ken, and Stell are very hands on when it comes to writing songs and creating melodies. Justin shares, “In this album, we didn’t collaborate with any other artist. We also wrote the lyrics for all the songs ourselves, but we’ve worked with Korean Producers who have also worked with famous artists in Korea already. It was a different experience for each producer since they have different styles, but overall, everything was fun and exciting.”

The award-winning band dedicates their new album, Get in the Zone to every single one of their A’TIN fans who have relentlessly supported their music through thick and thin. “All our achievements to date would not have been possible without you,” says Josh. “So in return we will work harder and continue to uplift you with more music and content so that we can give back the love we’ve received from you.”

Check out SB19’s Get in the Zone here.

Saturday, March 14, 2020

SB19's Concert "Give In To SB19" Presented by Dunkin' Will Be On A Later Date

3:11:00 AM

When was the last time you went to Dunkin? Me, not every day, but I make sure to visit one when I need to buy something for the kids and my wife. Just like most of us, it has been our go-to brand whenever we crave for that satisfying sweet taste. This year, the brand is giving its patrons more reasons to give in!

The brand's appreciation for its customers is always on full display every year during Dunkin' day, that's when they get free doughnuts and discounts. That's the love of Dunkin', and knowing that its patrons are getting bigger every generation, the company spent time to know what does the youth of today is obsessed with, well, they like K-Pop.


With this, Dunkin' will once again indulge the youth by bringing them closer to their loved K-Pop group, the Sound Break or SB19 with their upcoming major concert at the Araneta Coliseum entitled "Give In to SB19."


SB19 is an interesting blend of Korean instrumentals and OPM vocals, this K-Pop group is the first Filipino boy band trained by Korean entertainment company named ShowBT. The group quickly launched its stardom with the viral fame of their second single, "Go Up," and their inclusion in the international Billboard Next Big Sound Chart.


I remember when I first catch this group on my camera lens, it was an advance screening of a Pinoy and Korean film, where they somehow stand out and thought of actually Koreans. But amidst that, they show professionalism and introduced their group rightfully.


Since we, Pinoys, love treats and freebies, Dunkin' made a special treat to SB19 fans, the "Give In To SB19" concert tickets. It was given away for free through a promotion, which let the fans enjoy their favorite doughnuts while securing their seats for the upcoming concert. According to Dunkin', their VIP voucher seats were exhausted in just 3 minutes! That is how persistent the fans are in giving in with the SB19 concert.


As much as everyone wants the concert to happen according to its original schedule, the "Give in to SB19" concert presented by Dunkin' is slated to happen on a later date given the health risks posed by the developing COVID-19 outbreak. In the meantime, everyone is encouraged to keep their hearts burning up for Sejun, Stell, Ken, Josh, and Justin until the big day comes!


Saturday, December 28, 2019

SB19 Signs Partnership with Sony Music As They Release First Official Single “Alab”

11:51:00 AM

Sharing something new about the music industry.

After selling out their first major concert in a record-breaking three minutes, SB19 is ready to dominate the local and international music market with the release of their latest single, “Alab.”

If you think the previous releases were straight up fire, wait until you hear “Alab”—a dance-pop banger built on sophisticated production, digital beats, and pulsating grooves.

Produced by Han Tae Soo, the upbeat track is “basically about finding your true love and doing whatever it takes to win that certain someone.”

“Here, we thought of fire as our burning desire, emphasizing that there’s no other way to confess your love but to tell the person directly, and that you shouldn’t waste time,” lead vocalist and rapper Sejun opens up.

Partnership with Sony Music Philippines

“Alab” is SB19’s first official single under Sony Music Philippines.

The P-pop boyband has recently expressed their gratitude to the international record label for making the partnership work. “With Sony Music Philippines, they’re a well-known major label worldwide. We feel like we can do so much more and expand to a wider audience,” Sejun says.

Sony Music, on the other hand, is thrilled to have SB19 on board. “We’re looking forward to fueling and supporting many more breakthroughs for Sejun, Josh, Stell, Ken, and Justin,” says Roslyn Pineda, Sony Music’s GM Philippines & VP Business Development Asia.


After receiving a copy of SB19’s dance practice video for “Go Up” from Sony Music Philippines A&R and Digital Director Maan Atienza, Roslyn can’t help but feel thoroughly impressed. “I am beyond excited! Filipinos are natural performers and when it comes to training and discipline, nothing beats the Korean way. When you merge the two, you come up with something special — SB19. They’ve taken K-Pop and made it their own. Actually, our own, if you consider SB19’s official fanbase name A’TIN.”

Brief Background

SB19 is composed of Sejun (leader, rapper and lead vocalist), Josh (lead rapper and dancer), Stell (vocalist and lead dancer), Ken (main dancer and vocalist), and Justin– (vocalist and visuals). The fast-rising boyband debuted in 2018 with “Tilaluha,” and soon gained traction with the video release of choreography-heavy “Go Up” in July 2019.

They nabbed the first spot as this year’s most Googled Male Personalities in the Philippines, beating personalities such as Vico Sotto, Isko Moreno and more.

They recently landed on Billboard's Next Big Sound chart—which according to its website, tracks the fastest accelerating artists during the past week.

“Alab” is now available on all music streaming and download platforms worldwide.



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