New boy group on the P-Pop block

posted January 14, 2021 at 08:10 pm
by  Manila Standard Showbiz
Set to take the P-Pop world by storm this 2021 is the newest boy group to emerge on the scene, BGYO, formerly known as the SHA Boys.    

BGYO is a product of Star Hunt Academy, ABS-CBN’s training platform for talents being honed for the international entertainment stage. In an interview, Star Hunt Management head Laurenti Dyogi said it is part of their plan to get into the idol industry.   

BGYO. After almost two years of training, Star Hunt Academy Boys get their official name as a P-Pop boy group.
Star Hunt began the search for the boy group in 2018. Fast forward to 2020, after rigorous training and being away from their families, BGYOs Gelo, Akira, JL, Mikki, and Nate, are already ripe for the picking and are ready to level up on the world stage.    

The five boys were first seen on the ASAP stage last year performing the BTS hit single “On.” The performance received numerous praises from viewers and other artists for their synchronized moves.   

 “When I saw them perform in ASAP, I thought to myself, ‘All the hardships were worth it.  It is hard not to support them.  Imagine how good they will be in two to three years,’” said Lauren in an interview.

One of BGYO’s performances in It's Showtime garnered around two million views, 75,000 reactions, and 3,300 comments on social media in just one day.  The group was also a part of the PBB Connect opening night and KTX pre-show, P-Pop Rise and the last Christmas Special.

BGYO, whose members trend on Twitter every week, is poised to launch its debut single this month via a major online event on KTX.ph.  

Topics: BGYO , P-Pop , Star Hunt Academy , ABS-CBN
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