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Sisters Gabs and Chi, collectively known as GIBBS, are delighted after their debut single “No Hearts” was featured in two South Korean shows—the music reality program “Good Girl” and K-drama “Find Me in Your Memory.”

“We couldn’t believe it! We found out because people would send us clips on Instagram,” said Gibbs. “We had no idea how it happened but we’re thrilled!”

In MNET’s Korean reality survival show “Good Girl,” “No Hearts” was played while the pairs of famed Korean-American singer Ailee and rapper Sleeq and K-pop girl group OH MY GIRL’s YooA and Mimi talked about their strengths before they competed against each other.

MBC’s mystery-drama “Find Me in Your Memory,” meanwhile, used “No Hearts” as a background track during the photoshoot scene of its fourth episode.

GIBBS composed their empowering debut single with their dad Janno which was released in September 2019. It centers on the duo’s daring insights about moving forward after being cheated on and captures the sound of both 70’s dance music and modern pop.

The ‘sibling goals’ pair, who bagged nomination for New Artist of the Year in MYX Awards 2020, are now working on new music.

Stream GIBBS’ certified bop single “No Hearts” on Star Music’s YouTube channel and on various digital music platforms. For updates, like Star Music at and follow it on Twitter and Instagram (@StarMusicPH).


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