A'Tins definitely had a blast at SB19's Back In The Zone digital concert, streamed via KTX.ph on Sunday evening, August 1, as the P-pop group performed their popular hits and highlighted their uniqueness through solo performances as well.
— SB19 Official 🇵🇭 (@SB19Official) August 1, 2021
With powerful vocals and choreography, SB19 performed notable hits such as “Go Up”, “Alab”, “What?”, “MAPA”, and “Ikako”, among others. Likewise, they also performed new songs from their new EP Pagsibol like “Bazinga”, “Mana”, and “SLMT”.
Meanwhile, the members surprised fans with solo performances, highlighting their talents and individuality.
To begin with, Justin gave a nostalgic performance of Coldplay's “The Scientist.”
Stell, for his part, belt out high notes as he powerfully sang “All By Myself.”
Pablo performed an original song titled “Kelan” with artist Josue.
Likewise, Ken charmed fans with his voice and dance moves as he performed his original song “Palayo.”
Finally, Josh gave his own take on One Direction's classic hit “Drag Me Down.”
Having received much support and love from A'Tins, SB19 thanked them both on the show and through online posts on their social media pages.
Thank you so much everyone! I love you all! 👑— Josh Cullen Santos (@JoshCullen_s) August 1, 2021
Gusto ko lang pasalamatan ulit lahat ng bumuo ng production. Di ko kayo maisa isa, pero salamat sa inyong lahat. Stylist, make up and hair artists, dancers, sa prod, sa tech, lahat kayo. Syempre A'tin di kayo mawawala. I love you all so much— pablo (@imszmc) August 1, 2021
Congratulations to everyone! To my brothers @SB19Official Job well done! And of course to our forever love, A'TIN! Thank you so much! Hope you had a great night. Love you all!— Vester (@stellajero_) August 1, 2021
SB19 BITZ CONCERT#SB19BackInTheZone pic.twitter.com/Bkj3E1UKf3
SLMT sa lahat❤️— Jah (@jah447798) August 1, 2021
"[#SB19] We love you so much, A'TIN! Yun lang masasabi namin. So much!" they tweeted as a group while the members also expressed their gratitude on their respective Twitter pages.