Their live performance for their song "Go Up" impresses many netizens.
SB19, the Filipino boy group trained in South Korea, is currently going viral because of their impressive live performance of their song "Go Up."
A Twitter fan account posted the clip of the said performance and has gained more than 600k views as of this writing.
"So there is this Filipino Boy Group called SB19. They are under a Philippine branch of a Korean Company called ShowBT. The producers are Korean but the lyrics are in tagalog (written by the members) but i didn't feel any cringe at all! Their dance is also great," the netizen posted.
In an interview during their press launch recently, though their music and style are heavily influenced by K-pop, the group stressed that they want to identify themselves as P-pop or Pinoy Pop.
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“Ang mga Pilipino sobrang talented po niyan sa lahat ng larangan. Magaling kumanta, magaling sumayaw, umakting. ‘Yun po ‘yung maipapakita namin sa ibang bansa. And at the same time, ‘yung ginagawa po namin ngayon, ito po ‘yung first time na makikita namin at papausuhin namin sing and dance. Dancing heartily and singing heartily at the same time. Kumbaga, maipapakita namin ‘yung talento ng Pilipino na all-around talaga tayo,” leader Sejun said.