Thursday, August 22, 2019

SB19 Goes Up In The OPM Scene

Molded by K-pop and other genres influence, a Pinoy boy group SB19 emerges in the music scene and is more than ready to go up.
SB19 comprised of Sejun, Stell, Josh, Ken, and Justin aims to break into the Philippine music scene, introduce a new culture as well as be a boy group that can compete with international boy bands and make the Filipino people proud to call their own. Armed with more than three years of intensive training under K-Pop system, these five Filipino dreamers-turned-performers are confident they can take the industry by storm with their newest single ‘Go Up.’ They are being managed by ShowBT, a Korean entertainment company that branched out to the Philippines.

‘Go Up’ is considered to be SB19’s breakthrough single following their debut ‘Tilaluha,’ which was released October 2018. The song talks about the hardships and overall journey in reaching one’s goals. Through this, they wish to inspire other people – especially the younger generation to never give up on their dreams.
SB19 leader Sejun explains their group's image, which is a fusion of different genres, mostly OPM and K-pop.
During the group's press conference for their latest single “Go Up,” Sejun said, 'Yung genre po naming, P-pop [Pinoy pop] po.
“Gusto po namin na unahin po muna ang Pilipinas dahil ang goal po namin is makilala na merong ganitong talento ang mga Pilipino.
“Sana makilala po tayo hindi lang sa Pilipinas, pero globally na rin.”
The boys  worked with music producer group RealBros, the team behind numerous K-Pop hits: “It’s You” by Shinee’s Taemin, “November with Love” by TVXQ, “Good Morning Night” by JYJ’s Jeajoong, “Always” from Mnet’s Produce 101 Season 2 (Later on officially released by the group Wanna One), “4419” by Stray Kids, and many more. “Go Up” specifically was composed and produced by Mr. Oh-won Lee who also goes by the name Jinjja Sanai.
As for their music video, it was directed by JC Gallidon, who has worked with local and international brands and celebrities like Donnalyn Bartolome, Brian Puspos, and more.
‘Go Up’ is now out on Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer, Amazon Music, Google Play Music, and many more digital platforms.

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