Pinoy boyband SB19 a big hit on US Billboard’s Next Big Sound Chart

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Pinoy boyband SB19
SB19 debuted on the United States Billboard chart for fast-rising acts. Credits to SB19.

Soundbreak19 (SB19) landed at sixth spot on Billboard’s Next Big Sound chart for their musical act and fast-rising popularity across the globe.

Composed of Sejun, Josh, Stell, Ken and Justin, SB19 is a Pinoy pop group handled by South Korean entertainment company ShowBT Philippines.

They debuted last year with the song “Tilaluha” and became popular with their hit song “Go Up”. SB19 gives off K-pop vibes while performing songs in Filipino.

SB19’s fans quickly took over the twitter world to share their congratulatory messages, tagging their posts with “#SB19onBillboardNBS”, a hashtag that placed the group on the trending list, generating the most number of twitter engagements.

The group responded with a social media post of their love for their fans:

“A’TINs! No words can describe how thankful we are for this great news. Thank you so much for supporting our dreams and believing in us. Everything seems possible with you. We promise to work harder! #SB19onBillboardNBS”— SB19 Official

Filipino musicians have been known to excel on the global stage, more recently, with Ben&Ben being named NatGeo Asia PlanetorPlastic Ambassadors, Jose Mari Chan collaborating with trending Pinoy groups for the first Spotify track made in Asia, and the Eraserheads marking their 25th anniversary with a classic hit album remastered by Michael Jackson’s audio engineer.

SEND congratulations in the comments below to SB19 for their milestone landing on the Billboard charts!

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Ronarose Mae Vicencio
Rona Mae Vicencio is a co-manager, head writer, and producer of the Music and Entertainment Department of DLSU-D's 95.9 Green FM. Rona is a freelance writer who believes in the power and influence of journalism. She uses her voice and pen for those who aren't heard or can't express themselves.