SB19 aims to win a Billboard award someday

SB19 opens up about their next goals as a group.

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09/16/2022 10:46 AM
SB19 aims to win a Billboard award someday
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P-Pop supergroup SB19 are setting their eyes on winning a Billboard award in the future.

The group remarked that they hope to further achieve international success and bag a Billboard award someday.

"Maybe at least, winning a Billboard award. Of course, most probably lahat po successful not just in career but sa buong buhay ng grupo," group member Josh said at the media conference for their WYAT Tour as reported by ABS-CBN News.


It can be recalled that the P-Pop group was nominated for Top Social Artist at last year's Billboard Music Awards.

Member Stell highlighted that they will continue to work hard and reach for their dreams.

"Alam naman natin na 'yang pangalang SB19 matagal na siyang nakikilala, naririnig, marami na nakuhang awards and nominations pero hanggang ngayon hindi pa rin namin nahi-hit talaga 'yung top sa mga nominations," he said.

Stell continued, "Hindi rin 'yun nagpapapigil sa 'min na abutin pa 'yung higher dreams namin. Hindi kami susuko. Dun namin gusto makilala — to be a group na hindi talaga titigil hanggat 'di namin naaabot 'yang pangarap namin."

SB19 also pointed out that the reason they want to achieve international success is because they want to contribute to the Philippine economy.

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"Dini-declare ko na establish na 'yung OPM or P-pop industry all over the world. Para naman makatulong sa economy ng Philippines lalo na kapag maraming foreigners na talagang dumadayo talaga dito para panoorin 'yung mga shows natin. At pwede na nating i-export yung mga show natin," member Pablo said.

SB19 recently released their newest single called "WYAT (Where You At)" on September 2 which topped various iTunes charts around the world.

The lyrics were written by member Pablo Nase who also produced the song with his brother Joshua Daniel Nase. 

"We’ve been performing for almost half of our lives together, and due to the pandemic, our world was suddenly put on hold. I felt a disconnection among the group brought about by the lockdown, and I’ve wanted to reach out to them through this song," Pablo shared in an interview with Business Mirror recently about the inspiration behind the song.

Following the release of their new single, the group is set to go on a world tour which includes Manila, Clark, Davao, Dubai, New York, Los Angeles, and Singapore.