Ben&Ben music video feat. KathNiel love team wins Canadian Cinematography Awards

Ben&Ben KathNiel Canadian Cinematography Awards
Ben&Ben’s heartbreaker song “Sa Susunod na Habang Buhay” featuring KathNiel won three awards in the Canadian Cinematography Awards (CaCA). Photo from Ben&Ben FB.

Indie folk-pop sensation Ben&Ben’s emotional hit song “Sa Susunod na Habang Buhay” has bagged three awards in this year’s Canadian Cinematography Awards (CaCA).

The Original Pilipino Music track won the Best Song and two awards – Best Music Video, Best Music Video Cinematography – for its music video featuring Philippine cinema’s onscreen and offscreen love team of Daniel Padilla and Kathryn Bernardo.

The popular nine-member band from the Philippines shared the good news to their fans via Twitter on July 12, 2021.

“We just learned that ‘Sa Susunod Na Habangbuhay’ won 3 awards at the 2021 Canadian Cinematography Awards,” the band announced on its official Twitter account.

Aside from the international feat, Ben&Ben is also celebrating over 10 million views on YouTube for the award-winning music video of “Sa Susunod na Habang Buhay” directed by Jorel Lising.

The heartrending video, starring the popular KathNiel tandem, tells a love story that transcends a lifetime.

The Canadian Cinematography Awards is a monthly film competition that supports filmmakers worldwide and recognizes excellence in cinematography.

Ben&Ben recently released song collaborations with Pinoy-pop group SB19 and Young K of South Korean boy group Day6 for the new version of the hit song, “Leaves”.

SEND CONGRATULATIONS in the comments below to Indie folk-pop sensation Ben&Ben for winning three awards in this year’s Canadian Cinematography Awards (CaCA) and WATCH the award-winning music video of “Sa Susunod na Habang Buhay” here!

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