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SB19
SB19 in 2022 From left: Josh, Stell, Justin, Pablo, and Ken
SB19 in 2022
From left: Josh, Stell, Justin, Pablo, and Ken
Background information
Also known asSoundbreak 19
OriginManila, Philippines
Genres
Years active2018–present
Labels
Members
Websitesb19official.com

SB19 is a Filipino boy band that debuted in 2018, the pentad—consisting of members Pablo, Stell, Ken, Justin, and Josh.[1] They were trained for two years by ShowBT Philippines, beginning in 2016.[2] They are the first Filipino and Southeast Asian act to be nominated in Billboard Music Awards for the Top Social Artist category.[3][4] They are also the first Southeast Asian act to enter the top 10 of Billboard Social 50 weekly and year-end charts.[5][6] SB19 promotes its music as part of Pinoy pop (P-pop)—a popular sub-genre of Original Filipino Music.[7]

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Boy band

Boy band

A boy band is loosely defined as a vocal group consisting of young male singers, usually in their teenage years or in their twenties at the time of formation, singing love songs marketed towards girls. Many boy bands dance as well as sing, usually giving highly choreographed performances. K-pop groups usually also have designated rappers.

Pablo (musician)

Pablo (musician)

John Paulo Bagnas Nase, better known by his stage name Pablo, is a Filipino singer, dancer, songwriter, and producer. He is the leader, vocalist, main rapper and chief songwriter of the Filipino boy band SB19 managed under ShowBT Philippines.

Stell (musician)

Stell (musician)

Stellvester Ajero, better known by his stage name Stell, is a Filipino singer, songwriter, dancer, and choreographer. Known for his wide vocal range, he is the main vocalist, lead dancer and main choreographer of the Filipino boy band SB19 managed under ShowBT Philippines.

Ken (SB19 musician)

Ken (SB19 musician)

Felip Jhon Suson, also known by his stage name Ken and by his mononym Felip, is a Filipino singer, songwriter, dancer, and producer. He is the main dancer and lead vocalist of the Filipino boy band SB19 managed under ShowBT Philippines. He is the founder of record label FELIP, and is the creative director and lead designer for fashion brand Superior Son.

Justin de Dios

Justin de Dios

Justin de Dios, better known by his mononym Justin, is a Filipino singer, songwriter, dancer, YouTuber and creative director. He is a vocalist, the youngest member and creative lead of the Filipino boy band SB19 managed under ShowBT Philippines.

Josh (musician)

Josh (musician)

Josh Cullen Santos, better known by his mononym Josh, is a Filipino singer, dancer, songwriter, and a professional gamer. He is the lead rapper and sub-vocalist of the Filipino boy band SB19 managed under ShowBT Philippines.

ShowBT Entertainment

ShowBT Entertainment

ShowBT Philippines is an entertainment, creative content and event promotion group based in the Philippines. The company was founded on 2012 by Jung Seong-han (정성한), a South Korean comedian and a former member of the popular comedic team Cult Triple in 2012 to commercially develop world class individuals and entertainment properties with an established music or fashion pedigree. The company provides artist services that include management, television, music, public events production, social media engagement, Public Relations, and entertainment marketing and has offices in South Korea, the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam and UAE.

Billboard Music Award for Top Social Artist

Billboard Music Award for Top Social Artist

The Billboard Music Award for Top Social Artist is one of three fan-voted categories in the award show. It is awarded based on major fan interactions with music including streaming and social engagement, together with the global online voting results.

Pinoy pop

Pinoy pop

Pinoy pop or P-pop refers to a contemporary pop music in the Philippines originating from the OPM genre. With its beginnings in the late 1970s, Pinoy pop is a growing genre in year of the 2020s. Through the 1990s to the 2000s, Pinoy pop was regularly showcased in the live band scene.

Name

The letters in the group name were from the initials of their Korean management company, ShowBT. The number 19 had derived from the subtraction of the country code for the Philippines (63) from the country code for South Korea (82). It symbolized the collaboration of the two countries in the formation of the group.[8] The members themselves, however, used the phrase "Sound Break"—for the goal to "break into the music scene"[9] and improve the quality of Philippine boy groups.

History

2016–2018: Formation and early years

SB19 was formed by ShowBT Philippines, the Philippine subsidiary of ShowBT Group in Korea. After the members were selected from hundreds of auditionees during a talent search in 2016, they underwent the same type of training provided to K-pop idols. They were supposed to be performers only on the company's events and activities but CEO Geong Seong Han decided to launch them as a boy group.[10] The group debuted with Josh, Pablo, Stell, Ken, and Justin on October 26, 2018, with the ballad single "Tilaluha". However, their initial efforts at promotions, mostly in schools and malls, were met with a "lukewarm reception".[11]

2019: "Go Up" and rising popularity

SB19's second single "Go Up" was released on July 19, 2019.[12] Pablo described the song as their "last shot" because they had decided to disband if their career did not progress after.[13] Unexpectedly, they gained public attention after the dance practice video of the song was uploaded which was later shared by a fan on Twitter and Facebook.[14] Opportunities opened and the group started to appear in multiple radio and television outlets, both local and internationally.[15] On December 22, they embarked on their first-ever nationwide 10 city concert tour titled SB19: Get in the Zone, as a follow-up promotion after becoming viral.[16]

On November 20, SB19 became the first Filipino act to appear on the Billboard Next Big Sound chart.[17][18] They also became the first Filipino act to enter the Billboard Social 50, debuting at number 28 on the week of December 28, 2019.[19][20] Jeff Benjamin of Billboard noted that a growing international fanbase had aided their appearance in the chart. He added that "more artists [will] continue to look East for inspiration and a larger audience".[21] Forbes remarked that the localization of ShowBT of the K-pop model is not unique, but SB19 is the first in the Philippines to succeed due to their strategic use of social media—the main factor of SB19's Social 50 chart appearance.[22]

SB19 performing "Alab (Burning)" at 6th Wish 107.5 Music Awards in Smart Araneta Coliseum on January 17, 2021
SB19 performing "Alab (Burning)" at 6th Wish 107.5 Music Awards in Smart Araneta Coliseum on January 17, 2021

On December 25, Sony Music Philippines announced that SB19 had signed a recording contract with them,[23] and on the same day, the group released their third single, "Alab (Burning)", under the new record label.[24][25]

2020: Get in the Zone

On March 9, 2020, SB19 has been added to the roster of artists of Spotify's RADAR Program, which supports new artists through marketing campaigns.[26][27][28] The quintet released their debut album Get in the Zone, featuring nine tracks, including three released singles and two unreleased tracks, on July 31, 2020.[29] Two weeks after the release of the album, SB19 achieved its highest position on the Social 50 chart at number two on the week of August 15.[30] A week later, the group peaked at number five on the Emerging Artist chart.[31][32]

On November 21, they held their first-ever online concert streamed live via the platform Global Live.[33] It was later re-broadcast on November 28 as a fundraiser event for the communities affected by recent typhoons.[34]

On December 3, SB19 appeared at number six on Billboard Year-End Social 50 chart, making them the first Southeast Asian act to reach the top 10 of the magazine's annual chart.[35]

2021–2022: Pagsibol

SB19 performing "Hanggang sa Huli" at 6th Wish 107.5 Music Awards in Smart Araneta Coliseum on January 17, 2021
SB19 performing "Hanggang sa Huli" at 6th Wish 107.5 Music Awards in Smart Araneta Coliseum on January 17, 2021

The group released "What?" on March 9, 2021, as the first single off their upcoming extended play, initially planned to be released in June 2021.[36] On April 24, their first-ever fashion collection, in collaboration with Chynna Mamawal, was released that featured two limited premium sets, shirts, and dresses, all inspired by the single.[37][38]

On April 29, SB19 became the first Filipino and Southeast Asian act to be nominated in Billboard Music Awards for Top Social Artist along with BTS, Blackpink, Ariana Grande, and Seventeen—which BTS won.[39][40] It marked the first-ever appearance of a Filipino artist in the Billboard Music Awards.

Their second pre-release single, "Mapa," was released on May 16, 2021, as a tribute to parents.[41] A band version in collaboration with Ben&Ben was released on June 27, 2021.[42] Their first extended play Pagsibol was then released on July 22, 2021.[43]

On August 1, the group held their first concert in 2021, titled Back in the Zone streamed online on KTX and became the top-selling concert on the platform.[44] SB19 performed in the Forte: A Pop Orchestra Concert on October 17 with the SSC Chamber Choir, Battig Chamber Orchestra, and 4th Impact for the benefit of Sr. Baptista Battig Music Foundation scholars.[45]

On October 21, SB19 was nominated as Best Southeast Asia Act at the 2021 MTV Europe Music Awards.[46]

On November 4, "Bazinga" entered the newly-launched Billboard Hot Trending Songs at number 14 for the 24-hour and number 20 on the weekly.[47] SB19 is the first Filipino artist to debut a track on the chart.

On December 16, National Commission for Culture and the Arts appointed SB19 as new Youth and Sentro Rizal ambassador.[48] As part of the celebration of their 3rd anniversary, SB19 released a 6-episode series featuring the group members each, released on WeTV and YouTube.[49] They also held the SB19 2021: Our Zone Third Anniversary Concert on December 18 and 19 streamed live online and later released on WeTV.[50][51]

On the week of December 11, "Bazinga" reached number one on the Hot Trending Songs.[52] It later becomes the song with the most weeks at number one on the chart surpassing six weeks run of "Butter".[53]

On January 9, 2022, the group performed for their first international music festival, representing the Philippines at the 2021 ASEAN-Korea Round Festival with the goal of sharing cultures within the ASEAN region.[54] On March 16, 2022, they attended the Expo 2020 and performed at Dubai Exhibition Centre, marking SB19's first international live performance.[55]

On April 10, 2022, two years during which most live activities have not been allowed because of the COVID-19 pandemic, SB19 headlined the first-ever P-pop Convention (PPOP Con) at Araneta City.[56]

On April 23, 2022, SB19 held their first paid live solo concert at Araneta Coliseum hosted by Dunkin' Philippines.[57]

On June 28, 2022, SB19 lands spots on Twitter Philippines "#WorldMusicDay" 2022 lists. The group was able to snag the top spot in the Top Music-Related Handles in the Philippines and the Top Hashtags Around Music in the Philippines lists on Twitter from May 31 to June 1. It was revealed during the celebration of Fête de la Musique (World Music Day), which aims to laud artists and communities locally and in South East Asia.[58]

On July 5, Ken performed his newest solo single, "Bulan," at The Recording Academy Grammy's online series Global Spin, which celebrates global music, international artists, and the world's sounds. He is the first Filipino act to be featured in the said online series.[59]

On July 31, SB19 opened the Binibining Pilipinas 2022 Coronation Night with the pageant's theme song, "Win Your Heart."[60] The theme song was originally written by the legendary composer Dero “Nonong” Pedero in 1999. It was last given a new sound by Ballad King Martin Nievera in 2013 for Binibining Pilipinas’ 50th Year.[61] SB19 freshen up the tune. Being the first P-pop group to give the most significant change, they added rap lines in SB19’s signature style. It gives the classic sung parts their interpretation, bringing the song firmly into the realm of P-Pop.[62]

2022–present: "WYAT (Where You At)"

SB19 at Binibining Pilipinas 2022 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City on July 31, 2022
SB19 at Binibining Pilipinas 2022 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum, Quezon City on July 31, 2022

On August 1, at the stroke of midnight, the social media page of SB19 shared an image of their logos with static interference and glitches. It is also a signal that the group is gearing up for something new.[63]

For the first week of August, SB19 has been teasing its comeback. On August 12, SB19 released the single comeback title "WYAT (Where You At)", a disco-pop song that highlights the urgency of disconnection to reconnection of the times that should be releasing on September 2 with an official music video and a global concert tour named Where You At Tour will kickoff in Manila on September 17 in Araneta Coliseum.[64] The group's social media, especially Twitter, has erupted over the last few days after the boy group released a series of cryptic riddles and videos that led fans to speculate about a world tour.[65] As a result, the hashtag #WhereIsSB19 has been trending on Twitter worldwide daily. SB19 released their final video of the series announcing that the single and tour will be launched in September. Few cities in the Philippines were included on the tours after Quezon City Metro Manila. Clark City will be the next location, then Cebu City and Davao City. Singapore, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States were also included on the comeback concert tour list.[66]

On August 31, SB19 was among the "Preview's 50 Most Influential for 2022". An annual selection by Summit Media's "Preview Magazine" honoring individuals and groups that have made the biggest impacts in different fields across the realms of fashion, beauty, and art, these faces have maximized their digital platforms to champion the innate diversity of the Filipino identity.[67]

On September 23, the boy band SB19 was on the list of "The 100 Most Powerful People in the Philippines: Wielders of Soft Power" by the Esquire Magazine. The 100 people named were a selection of people from different industries of private and public organizations who embody power: authority, control, and influence.[68]

On October 10, JCI Batangas awarded SB19 as the "2022 Outstanding Filipino Gamechanger" on the 3rd Gawad Balisong. The JCI Batangas Gawad Balisong recognizes the diverse lineup of individuals who made a notable influence on the members of the local organization and the community in the Philippines. It is a selection of Filipino game-changers who are motivated individuals who lead to a shift when they are thinking or doing things. They are authentic human beings who empower the community through their humble causes and stories of good.[69]

On November 4, SB19 made their first live guesting on a US TV show,[70] on Fox 5’s morning show “Good Day New York.”[71] The group performed their hit single "WYAT (Where You At)".[72]

On November 17, SB19 returned to Billboard's Hot Trending Songs with their new track "Where You At." Debuted ranked No. 17, the retro upbeat track ranked goes up to No. 4 before midnight. “WYAT (Where You At)” is the second SB19 song to place in the same Billboard list following “Bazinga,” which set the record for most weeks at No. 1 in the Hot Trending Songs chart.[73]

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Korea

Korea

Korea is a peninsular region in East Asia. Since 1945, it has been divided at or near the 38th parallel, with North Korea comprising its northern half and South Korea comprising its southern half. Korea consists of the Korean Peninsula, Jeju Island, and several minor islands near the peninsula. The peninsula is bordered by China to the northwest and Russia to the northeast. It is separated from Japan to the east by the Korea Strait and the Sea of Japan.

Korean idol

Korean idol

An idol refers to a type of celebrity working in the field of K-pop in fandom culture in South Korea, either as a member of a group or as a solo act. K-pop idols are characterized by the highly manufactured star system that they are produced by and debuted under, as well as their tendency to represent a hybridized convergence of visuals, music, fashion, and dance. They usually work for a mainstream entertainment agency and have undergone extensive training in dance, vocals, and foreign language. Idols maintain a carefully curated public image and social media presence, and dedicate significant time and resources to building relationships with fans through concerts and meetups.

Chief executive officer

Chief executive officer

A chief executive officer (CEO), also known as a central executive officer (CEO), chief administrator officer (CAO), or just chief executive (CE), is one of a number of corporate executives charged with the management of an organization – especially an independent legal entity such as a company or nonprofit institution. CEOs find roles in a range of organizations, including public and private corporations, non-profit organizations and even some government organizations. The CEO of a corporation or company typically reports to the board of directors and is charged with maximizing the value of the business, which may include maximizing the share price, market share, revenues or another element. In the non-profit and government sector, CEOs typically aim at achieving outcomes related to the organization's mission, usually provided by legislation. CEOs are also frequently assigned the role of main manager of the organization and the highest-ranking officer in the C-suite.

Go Up

Go Up

"Go Up" is a song recorded by Filipino boy band SB19, released on July 26, 2019, as the second single of their debut album Get in the Zone. It was written by all of the members of the group and produced by Oh Won Lee and Glow. It has won Song of the Year in Myx Music Awards and Pop Performance of the Year in Wish Music Awards.

Billboard charts

Billboard charts

The Billboard charts tabulate the relative weekly popularity of songs and albums in the United States and elsewhere. The results are published in Billboard magazine. Billboard biz, the online extension of the Billboard charts, provides additional weekly charts, as well as year-end charts. The two most important charts are the Billboard Hot 100 for songs and Billboard 200 for albums, and other charts may be dedicated to a specific genre such as R&B, country, or rock, or they may cover all genres. The charts can be ranked according to sales, streams, or airplay, and for main song charts such as the Hot 100 song chart, all three data are used to compile the charts. For the Billboard 200 album chart, streams and track sales are included in addition to album sales.

Billboard (magazine)

Billboard (magazine)

Billboard is an American music and entertainment magazine published weekly by Penske Media Corporation. The magazine provides music charts, news, video, opinion, reviews, events, and style related to the music industry. Its music charts include the Hot 100, the 200, and the Global 200, tracking the most popular albums and songs in different genres of music. It also hosts events, owns a publishing firm, and operates several TV shows.

Forbes

Forbes

Forbes is an American business magazine owned by Integrated Whale Media Investments and the Forbes family. Published eight times a year, it features articles on finance, industry, investing, and marketing topics. Forbes also reports on related subjects such as technology, communications, science, politics, and law. It is based in Jersey City, New Jersey. Competitors in the national business magazine category include Fortune and Bloomberg Businessweek. Forbes has an international edition in Asia as well as editions produced under license in 27 countries and regions worldwide.

K-pop

K-pop

K-pop, short for Korean popular music, is a form of popular music originating in South Korea as part of South Korean culture. It includes styles and genres from around the world, such as pop, hip hop, R&B, experimental, rock, jazz, gospel, reggae, electronic dance, folk, country, disco, and classical on top of its traditional Korean music roots. The term "K-pop" became popular in the 2000s, especially in the international context. The Korean term for domestic pop music is gayo, which is still widely used within South Korea. While "K-pop" can refer to all popular music or pop music from South Korea, it is colloquially often used in a narrower sense for any Korean music and artists associated with the entertainment and idol industry in the country, regardless of the genre.

6th Wish 107.5 Music Awards

6th Wish 107.5 Music Awards

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Alab (Burning)

Alab (Burning)

"Alab (Burning)" is a song recorded by Filipino boy band SB19, released on December 25, 2019, through Sony Music. The song was released as the third single from the group's debut album Get in the Zone, and was written by the leader Pablo and Korean composer Han Tae Soo. It was their first single released under their new record label Sony Music Philippines.

Get in the Zone

Get in the Zone

Get in the Zone is the debut studio album by Filipino boy band SB19, released on July 31, 2020, by Sony Music. It contains six original compositions, an electronic remix, and two instrumentals.

Billboard Year-End

Billboard Year-End

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Artistry

Influences

SB19 has cited second-generation boy groups for inspiration, such as B2ST and Big Bang as well as third-generation boy groups: VIXX, GOT7, and BTS. Despite their apparent love for Korean music trickling down to their own body of work, SB19 admit they weren't always eager to ride the K-pop wave.[74] Josh was exposed to BoA because of their dancing skills. His music inspirations are GD, Loonie, Gloc-9, Shanti Dope, and Smugglaz. Pablo's inspirations are Filipino hip-hop artist Loonie and Gloc-9. He also admires the style of Bigbang’s G-Dragon, Ez Mil, Eminem, and NF, an American rapper, singer, and songwriter. He is a strong point of his group and the modern music industry. Stell's music inspiration is VIXX. He proudly notes some OPM veterans like Morissette and Sarah G who shaped their musical appreciation. Ken's inspirations are Daniel Caesar, a Canadian singer and songwriter, Filipino rock band IV of Spades, and Filipino rapper Al James. He admires Japanese rock band One Ok Rock and EXOs soloist Kai. Justin was inspired by the music of Filipino singer-songwriter Michael Pangilinan and GOT7.

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Highlight (band)

Highlight (band)

Highlight is a South Korean boy band formerly known as Beast. The band consists of four members: Yoon Doo-joon, Yang Yo-seob, Lee Gi-kwang, and Son Dong-woon. Originally a six-piece band, Jang Hyun-seung departed from the group in April 2016, and Yong Jun-hyung departed in March 2019. In late 2016, the group moved labels from Cube Entertainment to Around Us Entertainment and subsequently changed their name to Highlight in 2017.

Big Bang (band)

Big Bang (band)

Big Bang is a South Korean boy band formed by YG Entertainment. The group consists of four members: G-Dragon, T.O.P, Taeyang, and Daesung. Originally a five-piece band, Seungri retired from the entertainment industry in March 2019. Dubbed the "Kings of K-pop", they helped spread the Korean Wave internationally and are considered one of the most influential acts in K-pop. They are known for their trendsetting musical experimentation, self-production, and stage presence.

BTS

BTS

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BoA

BoA

Kwon Bo-ah, known professionally as BoA, is a South Korean singer, songwriter, dancer, record producer and actress. One of the most successful and influential Korean entertainers, she has been dubbed the "Queen of K-pop."

G-Dragon

G-Dragon

Kwon Ji-yong, also known by his stage name G-Dragon, is a South Korean rapper, singer-songwriter, record producer, entrepreneur and fashion designer, known as the "King of K-pop". G-Dragon is the recipient of numerous awards, including seven Mnet Asian Music Awards, six Melon Music Awards, two Korean Music Awards, two Golden Disc Awards, two MBC Entertainment Awards, among several other awards. Additionally, he is the first and only solo artist to receive the Mnet Asian Music Award for Artist of the Year in 2013.

Ron Henley (rapper)

Ron Henley (rapper)

Ron Joseph Henley is a Filipino rapper, singer & songwriter best known for his tracks "Biglang Liko" and "Hagdan". As of 2022, Henley has garnered almost two hundred million streams on YouTube. Henley is considered one of the pioneers of the mainstream rap movement in the Philippines, mentored by the late great Francis M, he joined the group "Stick Figgas" alongside Loonie. He went on to become one of the most accomplished hip-hop artists in the Philippines with his "unique melodic-lyrical style and great songwriting ability".

Gloc-9

Gloc-9

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Ez Mil

Ez Mil

Ezekiel Sapiera, also known professionally as Ez Mil, is a Filipino-American rapper, singer, and songwriter currently signed under Virgin Music/MCA Music, Inc.

Eminem

Eminem

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NF (rapper)

NF (rapper)

Nathan John Feuerstein, known by his initials NF, is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer. He has released two EPs, I'm Free (2012), and a self-titled EP in 2014 with Capitol CMG. His first major-label album, Mansion, was released on March 31, 2015. His second studio album, Therapy Session, was released on April 22, 2016, and peaked at number 12 on the US Billboard 200. His albums have earned several accolades, some of which include: the Gospel Music Association Dove Award for Rap/Hip Hop Album of the Year.

Morissette (singer)

Morissette (singer)

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Daniel Caesar

Daniel Caesar

Ashton Dumar Norwill Simmonds, known professionally as Daniel Caesar, is a Canadian singer and songwriter. After independently building a following through the release of two critically acclaimed EPs, Praise Break (2014) and Pilgrim's Paradise (2015), Caesar released his debut studio album, Freudian, in August 2017, which garnered widespread critical acclaim. He released his second studio album, Case Study 01, in June 2019. In March 2021, Caesar was featured alongside Giveon on Justin Bieber's single "Peaches", which serves as his first number-one song on the US Billboard Hot 100.

Legacy and cultural impact

While Filipino boy and girl groups had been around before SB19, the boy band is credited for "paving the way" for the launch of other music groups displaying a similar level of training, skill, and talent.[75][76]

Culture

On December 16, 2021, The National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), the official government agency for culture in the Philippines under the Office of the President of the Philippines has named SB19 as its newest Youth and Sentro Rizal ambassadors representing Filipino culture and stories in the global scene. The NCCA lauded the group for genuine care for advocacies that uplift the Filipino spirit, music, and culture to the global scene, which is in line with the NCCA's mandate to promote Philippine arts and culture worldwide. Sentro Rizal (SR), the Philippines’ cultural center for overseas Filipinos was formally established by the NCCA on June 28, 2011 with 36 offices worldwide.[77]

Philanthropy

SB19 is known for generosity. On January 12, 2020, when Taal Volcano erupted, the group launched a relief operation to help the eruption victims.[78] On the 5th Wish 107.5 Music Awards, the group won and donated ₱200,000 to their chosen beneficiary, Autism Society Philippines (ASP).[79] On November 28, 2020, SB19 rebroadcast their first-ever virtual concert "Global Live" for Monsoon Relief to raise funds for the communities affected by Super Typhoon Rolly and Typhoon Ulysses.[80]

On October 17, 2021, the group headlined a virtual concert for the benefit of the Baptista Music Foundation, named after Sister Baptista Battig, Order of Saint Benedict (OSB), who was the founder of the Conservatory of Music of Saint Scholastica's College. The foundation's vision is to promote a nation culturally developed and united through music and serve as a catalyst for gifted underprivileged youth, and SB19 agreed to perform in this special concert to raise funds for the music scholars that the foundation is supporting.[81]

On January 5, 2022, through the Stan World "Donations S2 Launching Event", a U.S. based app where fans can party and win rewards for their stars, their fans donated ₩1,820,000 to Save the Children Korea (세이브더칠드런) in SB19 name.[82]

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Wish 107.5 Music Awards

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Typhoon Goni

Typhoon Goni

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Typhoon Vamco

Typhoon Vamco

Typhoon Vamco, known in the Philippines as Typhoon Ulysses, was a powerful and very destructive Category 4-equivalent typhoon that struck the Philippines and Vietnam. It also caused the worst flooding in Metro Manila since Typhoon Ketsana in 2009. The twenty-second named storm and tenth typhoon of the 2020 Pacific typhoon season, Vamco originated as a tropical depression northwest of Palau, where it slowly continued its northwest track until it made landfall in Quezon. After entering the South China Sea, Vamco further intensified in the South China Sea until it made its last landfall in Vietnam.

Save the Children

Save the Children

The Save the Children Fund, commonly known as Save the Children, is an international non-governmental organization established in the United Kingdom in 1919 to improve the lives of children through better education, health care, and economic opportunities, as well as providing emergency aid in natural disasters, war, and other conflicts. After passing a century, which it celebrated in 2019, it is now a global movement made up of 30 national member organizations that work in 120 countries.

Endorsements and awards

On December 3, 2020, SB19 appeared at number six on Billboard Year-End Social 50 chart, making them the first Southeast Asian act to reach the top 10 of the magazine's annual chart.[35] On April 29, 2021, SB19 became the first Filipino and Southeast Asian act to be nominated in Billboard Music Awards for Top Social Artist along with BTS, Blackpink, Ariana Grande, and Seventeen.[39][40] It marked the first-ever appearance of a Filipino artist in the Billboard Music Awards. On November 4, "Bazinga" entered the newly-launched Billboard Hot Trending Songs at number 14 for the 24-hour and number 20 on the weekly.[47] SB19 is the first Filipino artist to debut a track on the chart.

On October 21, 2021, SB19 has been nominated as Best Southeast Asia Act at the 2021 MTV Europe Music Awards.[83]

On July 19, 2022 SB19 joined the biggest name on the Teen Vogue as one of the Best Boy Bands Of All Time.[84] SB19 is the only Filipino act on the list composed of 33 bands across different genres and generations.[85]

On July 20, 2022 SB19 fandom "A'TIN" ends up 2nd in Billboard Fan Army Face-Off championship round against "STAY", the fandom of K-pop boyband Stray Kids. The two groups outlasted 62 other vocal fan groups. The Billboard Fan Army Face-Off past champions include two-time winners Super Junior’s E.L.F (two times), three-time clinchers T-ara’s Queens (three times), and Big Bang’s VIPs.[86]

On October 10, 2022, JCI Batangas awarded SB19 as the "2022 Outstanding Filipino Gamechanger" on the 3rd Gawad Balisong. The JCI Batangas Gawad Balisong recognizes the diverse line up of Filipino gamechangers who are motivated individuals who lead to a shift whey they are thinking or doing things. They are authentic human beings who empower the community through their humble causes and stories of good.[69]

On October 12, 2022, SB19 received an International Chartbursting Award, a special award on the 13th Star Awards for Music by the Philippine Movie and Press Club. The award was given to an artist that successfully penetrated and was on the rise in selling music internationally.

On November 23, 2022, SB19 won 7 awards at the Awit Awards 2022.[87]

Endorsements

Year Product Company Notes Ref.
2019 Netflix PH " Catch Up" Netflix SB19 performing "Go Up" with lyrics based on various Netflix exclusive shows [88]
"Aloe Soothing Mask Sheet" Mulbit Me Mulbit Me is a Korean Skin care company [89]
2020 "Samsung Galaxy A31" Samsung Philippines Awesome Grooves TikTok Challenge [90]
"Pepsi "Sundin ang Puso" Pepsi Philippines SB19 performing "Sundin ang Puso" remix and Pepsi's 77 Dance TikTok Challenge [91][92]
TM "FunSagad" TM TM "FunSagad" advertisements [93]
"Lucky Me Noodles" Monde Nissin Sarang Anghang. Jjamppong and Hot Cheese Ramyun Cup Noodles! [94]
2021 "Nasa Lazada Yan" Lazada Philippines SB19 as Lazada Brand Ambassadors [95]
"Dunkin Donuts" Dunkin Donuts Philippines SB19 performing the revived 1998 "Pasalubong Ng Bayan" jingle in a music video [96]
DunkinPH and SB19 released a two Episode MV entitled "The One", a 2021 new promotional jingle. [97]
"Yopokki" Yopokki SB19 endorses Yopokki a Korean street food Toppokki [98]
"Montbest Natural Mineral Water" Montbest SB19 endorses Montbest Natural Mineral Water, a Korean bottled water brand [99]
"KFC Chicken Chops" KFC Philippines SB19 endorses KFC Original Recipe Chicken Chops. [100]
"SB19 for Acer" Acer Philippines SB19 as Acer Philippines Brand Ambassador [101]
"G Pa Rin ang Pasko" Life Is G! GCash SB19 as GCash brand celebrity [102]
2022 "Lucky Me Jjamppong" Monde Nissin Sarang-Anghang Sarap ng Lucky Me! Jjamppong feat. SB19 [103]
"Pepsi Blue" Pepsi SB19 for Pambansang Blue day [104]
"Make It Great" Pizza Hut SB19 and Pizza Hut collaboration “Make It Great” campaign is set to introduce new food offerings, an original song, and a special commercial. [105]

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List of awards and nominations received by SB19

List of awards and nominations received by SB19

SB19 is a five-member Filipino boy band that debuted in 2018, consisting of Josh, Pablo, Stell, Ken, and Justin. They are the first Filipino and Southeast Asian act to be nominated in Billboard Music Awards for the Top Social Artist category.

Billboard Year-End

Billboard Year-End

Billboard Year-End charts are cumulative rankings of entries in Billboard magazine charts in the United States in any given chart year. Several hundred Year-End charts are now published by Billboard, the most important of which are the single or album charts based on Hot 100 and Billboard 200 respectively.

Billboard Music Awards

Billboard Music Awards

The Billboard Music Awards are honors given out annually by Billboard, a publication covering the music business and a music popularity chart. The Billboard Music Awards show has been held annually since 1990, with the exception of the years 2007 through 2010. The event was formerly staged in December but since returning in 2011, it has been held in May.

Billboard Music Award for Top Social Artist

Billboard Music Award for Top Social Artist

The Billboard Music Award for Top Social Artist is one of three fan-voted categories in the award show. It is awarded based on major fan interactions with music including streaming and social engagement, together with the global online voting results.

BTS

BTS

BTS, also known as the Bangtan Boys, is a South Korean boy band that formed in 2010 and debuted in 2013 under Big Hit Entertainment. The septet—consisting of members Jin, Suga, J-Hope, RM, Jimin, V, and Jungkook—co-writes and co-produces much of their own material. Originally a hip hop group, their musical style has evolved to incorporate a wide range of genres; their lyrics often discuss mental health, the troubles of school-age youth and coming of age, loss, the journey towards self-love, and individualism. Their work also frequently references literature, philosophy and psychological concepts, and includes an alternate universe storyline.

Blackpink

Blackpink

Blackpink is a South Korean girl group formed by YG Entertainment, consisting of members Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa. The group debuted in August 2016 with their single album Square One, which featured "Whistle" and "Boombayah", their first number-one entries on South Korea's Gaon Digital Chart and the US Billboard World Digital Song Sales chart, respectively.

Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande-Butera is an American singer, songwriter, and actress. Her four-octave vocal range has received critical acclaim, and her personal life has been the subject of widespread media attention. She has received numerous accolades throughout her career, including two Grammy Awards, one Brit Award, one Bambi Award, two Billboard Music Awards, three American Music Awards, nine MTV Video Music Awards, and 30 Guinness World Records.

Bazinga (song)

Bazinga (song)

"Bazinga" is a song by Filipino boy band SB19, which was first released on their first extended play (EP), Pagsibol (2021). John Paulo Nase wrote the song and produced it with Simon Servida. Sony Music Philippines released "Bazinga" as a single in October 2021. It is a trap-pop-produced, reggaeton-infused, hip-hop song with lyrics about self-empowerment, and served as a response to the increasing hate the boy band received on the internet. It was described as a "wake-up call" for the band to focus more on meaningful expressions of music.

Billboard Twitter Real-Time

Billboard Twitter Real-Time

The Billboard Twitter Real-Time charts were four interactive Billboard music magazine charts debuted on May 27, 2014. The charts ranked trending songs from popular and emerging artists based on how often they are mentioned in messages called "tweets" sent by social networking site Twitter in the United States. The charts "Trending 140", "Emerging Artists", "Weekly Top Tracks" and "Weekly Emerging Artists" were reported to define how fans interacted with, and influenced, popular content by ranking the most popular songs being shared on Twitter in the U.S. The first two charts updated on a "real-time" minute-by-minute basis, with the last two charts providing weekly summaries.

K-pop

K-pop

K-pop, short for Korean popular music, is a form of popular music originating in South Korea as part of South Korean culture. It includes styles and genres from around the world, such as pop, hip hop, R&B, experimental, rock, jazz, gospel, reggae, electronic dance, folk, country, disco, and classical on top of its traditional Korean music roots. The term "K-pop" became popular in the 2000s, especially in the international context. The Korean term for domestic pop music is gayo, which is still widely used within South Korea. While "K-pop" can refer to all popular music or pop music from South Korea, it is colloquially often used in a narrower sense for any Korean music and artists associated with the entertainment and idol industry in the country, regardless of the genre.

Big Bang (band)

Big Bang (band)

Big Bang is a South Korean boy band formed by YG Entertainment. The group consists of four members: G-Dragon, T.O.P, Taeyang, and Daesung. Originally a five-piece band, Seungri retired from the entertainment industry in March 2019. Dubbed the "Kings of K-pop", they helped spread the Korean Wave internationally and are considered one of the most influential acts in K-pop. They are known for their trendsetting musical experimentation, self-production, and stage presence.

Awit Awards

Awit Awards

The Awit Awards are music awards in the Philippines given annually by the Philippine Association of the Record Industry (PARI) to recognize the outstanding achievements in the music industry. The word "Awit" means "song" literally in Filipino.

Members

  • Josh – lead rapper,[106] sub-vocalist,[107] and eldest
  • Pablo[a] – leader, producer, songwriter, lead vocalist, and main rapper[107]
  • Stell – main vocalist, lead dancer, and group choreographer[107]
  • Ken – lead vocalist,[107] main dancer,[106] and group choreographer
  • Justin – sub-vocalist, visual, bunso (youngest), and group's creative lead[107]
  1. ^ He changed his stage name from Sejun to Pablo in 2021.

Discography

Filmography

Music Video

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SB19 videography

SB19 videography

Filipino boy band SB19 debuted on the music scene in October of 2018. They have since released or featured in 14 music videos. Known for their vocal power and harmonization, synchronization much quality music videos—and high-level choreography therein—the band have achieved multiple awards and won various domestic and international awards for them. They have also appeared in commercials for brands such as Acer, Samsung, Pepsi, Dunkin' Donuts, and Pizza Hut, among others.

Go Up

Go Up

"Go Up" is a song recorded by Filipino boy band SB19, released on July 26, 2019, as the second single of their debut album Get in the Zone. It was written by all of the members of the group and produced by Oh Won Lee and Glow. It has won Song of the Year in Myx Music Awards and Pop Performance of the Year in Wish Music Awards.

Alab (Burning)

Alab (Burning)

"Alab (Burning)" is a song recorded by Filipino boy band SB19, released on December 25, 2019, through Sony Music. The song was released as the third single from the group's debut album Get in the Zone, and was written by the leader Pablo and Korean composer Han Tae Soo. It was their first single released under their new record label Sony Music Philippines.

What? (SB19 song)

What? (SB19 song)

"What?" is a song recorded by Filipino boy band SB19 as the first single off their extended play Pagsibol. The song was written by the band leader Pablo, who also produced the song, together with his brother Joshua Daniel Nase, Simon Servida, and South Border's Jay Oliver Durias. It was released on March 9, 2021, by Sony Music in conjunction with the premiere of its official music video which was directed by the band member Justin.

Bazinga (song)

Bazinga (song)

"Bazinga" is a song by Filipino boy band SB19, which was first released on their first extended play (EP), Pagsibol (2021). John Paulo Nase wrote the song and produced it with Simon Servida. Sony Music Philippines released "Bazinga" as a single in October 2021. It is a trap-pop-produced, reggaeton-infused, hip-hop song with lyrics about self-empowerment, and served as a response to the increasing hate the boy band received on the internet. It was described as a "wake-up call" for the band to focus more on meaningful expressions of music.

WYAT (Where You At)

WYAT (Where You At)

"WYAT " is a song by Filipino boy band SB19. John Paulo Nase wrote the song and produced it with his brother. Sony Music Philippines released "WYAT" as a single on September 2, 2022. It is a disco-pop-produced song with lyrics about reconnecting with people, and it is about going back to how it was: talking and meeting actual people, doing things together, re-creating the feeling before the life today. It was highlighting the groups ability to grow and how their music evolve through the times.

Concerts tours

Headlining tours

Source: "SB19", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2022, November 25th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SB19.

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