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A virtual rendezvous with SB19

Phenomenal boy group SB19, in collaboration with Global Live, is having its first-ever virtual concert happening tomorrow.

The boys will be performing their original songs from their 1st album Get in the Zone along with other special performances. 

“It’s our way to connect with our fans who have been supporting our career since our launch two years ago. The concert will feature explosive performances, which took a few months for us to prepare. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the victims of Typhoon Ulysses, too. So, this makes this concert both exciting and memorable for us,” a member of the group said during a virtual interview with the press on Monday. 

 Phenomenal boy group SB19 —with members Sejun, Still, Josh, Justin, and Ken —caught the attention of the public when their music video, showcasing their killer dance moves, went viral.
SB19 is the first-ever Filipino boy group trained under ShowBT, the members are all-around performers who can sing and dance a wide variety of genres, compose their own music, and create their own choreography. The group consists of five members namely Sejun, Josh, Stell, Ken, and Justin, each with their own individual parts and strengths. Yet, despite their differences, they can perform seamlessly onstage and produce quality performances. 

 The “SB” in SB19 stands for “Sound Break”, meaning they will break into the Philippine Music Scene with their fresh style and unique brand of music. “19” on the other hand, represents the bridge between South Korean (area code 82) and the Philippines (area code 63).  

SB19 has been the forefront of P-pop Music and has been the Filipino representative in the international music scene topping numerous international music charts and gaining fans worldwide. They are the first Filipino act to land on Billboard’s Social 50 list and Next Big Sound Chart and has become a mainstay act ever since. The group won numerous awards from prestigious award-giving bodies such as Awit Awards, MYX Awards, and Wish Music Awards, to name a few.  

The quintet has released five singles starting from their debut, “Tilaluha.” It was followed by the breakthrough single “Go Up” which catapulted them to fame, then “Wag Mong Ikuno ang ‘Yong Noo”, “Alab”, “Love Goes” and the most recent, “Hanggang sa Huli.”

The group released its album Get in the Zone under Sony Music in July. It features the six singles as well as the EDM version of “Love Goes” and the instrumental versions of the two ballads “Tilaluha” and “Hanggang sa Huli.”

 SB19 held its first major concert last year, selling 3,500 seats at the Cuneta Astrodome in just 3 minutes.
The group has also released music videos for its singles namely, “Hanggang sa Huli,” “Tilaluha”, “Go Up”, and “Alab” with the last two garnering more than eight million views each on YouTube.  

During the height of the pandemic in April, SB19 managed to release a song entitled, “Ikako,” aiming to inspire everyone to be hopeful in these trying times. “Ikako” is also dedicated to the heroes during this pandemic – our frontliners.  

The livestream concert of SB19 will be available globally except in Indonesia and China. Tickets can be bought via Global Live's payment platforms such as Paypal, and recently through TicketNet.

Global Live is an Australian online concert platform that is available globally.

Topics: SB19 , Global Live , virtual concert
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