BGYO’s latest album tops iTunes charts in several countries

BGYO continues to prove that they are the aces of P-pop.

BGYO’s latest album tops iTunes charts in several countries-Drew Acierto
Drew Acierto


11/06/2022 10:37 AM
BGYO’s latest album tops iTunes charts in several countries
Photo credit: @bgyo_ph Instagram

P-Pop boy group BGYO dominated the music charts of several countries with the release of their latest album, BE:US.

Last Saturday, November 4, ABS-CBN record label Star Music released the list of countries that BGYO ranked first in.

Apart from the Philippines, BGYO also topped the iTunes album charts in Singapore, United Arab Emirates, Hong Kong, and Saudi Arabia. They also ranked 8th in Vietnam’s iTunes album charts.

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This list comes a day after the release of the group’s much-awaited comeback album.

BGYO dominated the iTunes Songs Chart in the Philippines, with all its eight tracks making it to the Top 10 on the same day.

BGYO’s released the lead single from the album, titled Magnet, last October 20. They officially marked their comeback with their second album following the release of their music video for “PNGNP” last November 2.

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Gelo, the group’s leader, previously mentioned that they try to reinvent themselves every time so fans could enjoy new music from them.

“We make sure every day na may natutunan kaming bago at may maibibigay kami sa mga ACEs namin at sa mga potential na magiging ACEs din na alam kong matutuwa sila,” he previously shared.

“Parang, ‘Bago ‘to, ha, hindi pa nila nagagawa dati.’ Gusto naming maging versatile, gusto namin na magawa namin lahat ng kaya naming magawa. At lahat naman kami, goal namin ‘yun, maging versatile,” he added.

Apart from “PNGNP” and “Magnet,” “Be Us,” “Game On,” “Tumitigil ang Mundo,” “Pahahon,” “Laro,” and “Extraordinary” completed the second album of the P-Pop group.

Mikki, one of BGYO’s members, wrote one of the songs from the album.

Dubbed as the aces of P-Pop, BGYO debuted in 2021 and have received multiple recognitions since then.