Pinoy-Pop group SB19, also known as Sound Break 19, wrapped up their milestone year 2019 with a collaboration video for Netflix Philippines.
SB19, the Pinoy boyband who made the United States Billboards Next Big Sound Chart, sang and danced to the tune of “Netflix Ph Catch Up”, a song that presented Netflix Ph’s overview of their best 2019 shows released in a video on December 30.
The P-pop group, earned a “new faves” declaration from the popular online streaming service.
“A’TIN, we’re ending 2019 with SB19! Let’s celebrate what we watched (and loved!) with singing, dancing, and a little help from our new faves 💙 ” tweeted Netflix Ph, addressing SB19’s fandom A’TIN.
A’TIN members responded to the tweet of Netflix PH, with @itsyogirlhara giving thanks, “we’re not so expecting this but super thankyou netflix for trusting our boys! #RizalDay #PUSHAwardsATIN @SB19Official ThankYou JOSH”
In the Netflix Ph Catch Up song, SB19 named the service’s popular television shows including “Money Heist” and even mentioned the Philippine island of Palawan, the Streetfood Special that showcased Filipino food, and Fil-Am comedian Jo Koy’s Pinoy jokes.
SB19 greeted their fans through their twitter account “Happy New Year, everyone! 🎉 Sobrang daming biyaya ang natanggap namin sa taong 2019 at ang pinakahighlight nito ay kayo, A’TIN. Maraming salamat dahil wala kami dito kung wala kayo. Sa pagpasok ng 2020, let us continue reaching our dreams”. The group also appeared on Unang Hirit for the first performance of their newest single “Alab”
SB19 is the first ever P-POP boy group trained under ShowBT, a Korean entertainment company that branched out to the Philippines. They are composed of five members: Sejun, Josh, Stell, Ken and Justin. They are the P-Pop group behind the hit song ‘Go Up’.
The mutual admiration of Korean and Filipino fans for the entertainment fare and stars of both countries will again be highlighted as the cast members of the popular Korean variety show Running Man celebrates their 10th anniversary in the Philippines this 2020.
South Korea’s star Park Seo Joon was in the Philippines in 2019 and had good things to share to Filipinos, and even said he wanted to return to act with Filipinos.
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