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SB19
SB19 Official logo
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Background information
OriginManila, Philippines
Genres
Years active2018 (2018)–present
Labels
Members
  • Josh
  • Justin
  • Ken
  • Sejun
  • Stell

SB19 is a five-member Filipino boy band who debuted in 2018 and consists of Josh, Sejun, Stell, Ken, and Justin.[1] They are the first Filipino act trained by a Korean entertainment company to debut in the Philippines.[2] They are also the first Southeast Asian act to enter the top 10 of Billboard Social 50 as well as the first Filipino group to chart on the Billboard Next Big Sound chart.[3] Despite the apparent K-pop influence, SB19 promotes its music as part of Pinoy pop (P-pop), a popular sub-genre of original Filipino music.[4]

Name

The group's name was taken from the initials of their Korean management company, ShowBT, while the number 19 was derived from the numerical difference between the country codes of South Korea (82) and the Philippines (63), signifying the strong bond between the two countries that led to the group's creation.[5] However, the members themselves came up with an alternative meaning, using the phrase "Sound Break" to make known their intention to break into the Philippine music industry and their aspiration to provide a higher standard for other Filipino idols to follow.[6] Their group introduction, "Get in the zone, BREAK! Hi! We are SB19!" is also a reinforcement of their ambition to become the first Korean-trained Filipino idol group to represent the Philippines and the Filipino talent on a global scale.[7]

Career

2016–2018: Formation and early years

SB19 was formed by ShowBT Philippines, the Philippine subsidiary of ShowBT Group in Korea, after the five members were selected out of hundreds of aspiring idols during a talent audition in 2016 and underwent the same type of training provided to K-pop idols,[8][9] attending classes ranging from voice and dance to personality development and body conditioning.[10]

The group debuted on October 26, 2018, with their first single, "Tilaluha". Their initial effort at promotions, mostly in schools and malls, was met with a lukewarm reception.[11]

2019–present: Mainstream breakthrough

SB19 performing "Go Up" at a Samsung event in Bonifacio Global City on February 5, 2020

Their second single, "Go Up", was released on July 26, 2019. The group began gaining attention after uploading their dance practice video for the song to their YouTube channel,[12] which became a viral sensation on Twitter and Facebook after it was shared on the social media platform by a Filipino K-pop fan.[13] This paved the way for the group's appearance in various radio and television shows as well as coverage from different local and international media outlets.[14]

On November 20, 2019, SB19 became the first Filipino act to appear on the Billboard Next Big Sound chart.[15] They also became the first Filipino act to enter the Billboard Social 50, debuting at no. 28 on the week of December 28, 2019,[16][17] and ascending over the following months. Jeff Benjamin, writing for Billboard, noted that their rise in the chart was aided by a growing international fanbase, and remarked that it was an indication that "more artists [will] continue to look East for inspiration and a larger audience".[18]

SB19 performing "Alab (Burning)" at UP Fair 2020 in UP Diliman on February 10, 2020

On December 25, 2019, Sony Music Philippines announced that SB19 had signed a recording contract with them,[19] and on the same day, the group released their third single, "Alab (Burning)", under their new record label.[20]

On March 9, 2020, SB19 was chosen as one of the emerging artists under Spotify's RADAR Program.[21][22][23]

Following the announcement on the release of their first album, SB19 achieved its highest placement since debuting in the Billboard charts: 3rd in the Social 50 (behind K-pop acts BTS and EXO) and 7th in the Emerging Artists chart on the week of July 25, 2020.[24][25][26] On July 31, 2020, the quintet released their first album, Get In The Zone!, on various digital music platforms. The digital album, with nine tracks, includes their three previously released singles and two unreleased tracks, 'Hanggang Sa Huli' and 'Love Goes'.[27]

Impact

While Filipino boy and girl groups had been around prior to SB19, such as BoybandPH and MNL48, the boy band is credited for paving the way for the launch of other music groups managed by a Korean entertainment agency and/or trained by Korean mentors and displaying a similar level of training, skill, and talent.[28][29]

Discography

Studio albums

List of studio albums, with selected details
Title Details
Get in the Zone!

Singles

List of singles, showing year released and album name
Title Year Album
"Tilaluha" 2018 Get in the Zone!
"Go Up" 2019
"Alab (Burning)"
"Hanggang Sa Huli" 2020

Promotional singles

List of promotional singles, showing year released and album name
Title Year Album
"'Wag Mong Ikunot ang Iyong Noo" 2019 Get in the Zone!
"Ikako" 2020 Non-album single

Filmography

Music videos

Title Year Ref.
"Tilaluha" 2018 [32]
"Go Up" 2019 [33]
"'Wag Mong Ikunot ang Iyong Noo" [34]
"'Wag Mong Ikunot ang Iyong Noo" (One UP TV version) [35]
"Alab (Burning)" 2020 [36]
"Ikako" [37]

Television

Year Month/Date Program Ref.
2018 July–September AJA AJA Tayo (Season 1) [38]
2019 February–May AJA AJA Tayo (Season 2) [39]
2020 TBA AJA AJA Tayo sa Jeju [40]
2019 July 19 Unang Hirit [41]
August 7 Letters and Music
September 8 ASAP Natin 'To and iWant ASAP Live
September 12 Umagang Kay Ganda
September 15 Rated K [42]
October 10 Tonight with Boy Abunda [43]
October 17 Unang Hirit [44]
October 20 Gandang Gabi, Vice! [45]
October 28 Studio 7
October 30 Magandang Buhay [46]
Various Myx
December 31 Unang Hirit [47]
2020 January 4 I Can See Your Voice [48]
January 12 ASAP Natin 'To and iWant ASAP Live [49]
January 13 Umagang Kay Ganda [50]
January 19 ASAP Natin 'To and iWant ASAP Live [51]
February 16 Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho [52]
March 3 Tonight with Arnold Clavio [53]
March 4 Myx Presents
March 10 Tonight with Boy Abunda [54]
It's Showtime [55]
May 3 ASAP Natin 'To [56]
May 4 Unang Hirit [57]
July 5 I Feel U [58]
July 10 We Rise Together [59]
July 25 Myx Music Awards 2020

Other ventures

Endorsements

Year Product Company Notes Ref.
2019 Netflix PH Catch Up Netflix "Go Up" version with lyrics based from various Netflix shows [60]
Aloe Soothing Mask Sheet Mulbit Me Mulbit Me is a Korean Skin care company [61]
2020 "Samsung Galaxy A31" Samsung Philippines A short quarantine video with Samsung A31 and SB19
Pepsi "Sundin ang Puso" Pepsi Philippines Pepsi's "Sundin ang Puso" promotions [62]
TM "FunSagad" TM TM "FunSagad" advertisements [63]

Concerts and tours

Concert tours

Event Name Dates Venue Location Show(s)
SB19: Start of the Best

1st Fan Meeting and Mini Concert

December 19, 2018[64] Teatrino Promenade Metro Manila 1
December 23, 2018[65] Gangnam Davao (Fansigning)

NCCC Mall Buhangin

Davao 1
SB19 Fanmeeting in CDO[66] May 31, 2019 Ayala Centrio Mall Cagayan de Oro 1
SB19: Get In The Zone Nationwide Concert[67] December 22, 2019 Kansilayan Gym Negros Occidental 1
December 28, 2019 Cuneta Astrodome Metro Manila 1
January 11, 2020 Limketkai Center Cagayan de Oro 1
January 18, 2020 Albay Astrodome Bicol 1
TBA Iloilo Iloilo 2
TBA Zamboanga Zamboanga 1
TBA Cebu Cebu 1
TBA Baguio Baguio 1
TBA Pampanga Pampanga 1
TBA Davao Davao 1
Give In To SB19 Concert[68] TBA Araneta Coliseum Metro Manila 1
SB19 x A'TIN Fanmeeting[69] TBA Newport Performing Arts Theater Metro Manila 1
Manila Encore Concert[70] TBA Circuit Makati Metro Manila 1

Awards and nominations

Box Office Entertainment Awards

Year Recipient/Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2020 SB19 Most Promising Recording/Performing Group Won [71]

MPS Online Awards

Year Recipient/Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2020 SB19 Favorite OPM Artist Won [72]
Favorite OPM Group Won
Favorite New Artist Won
"Go Up" Favorite OPM Song Won
Favorite Chart Topper Song Won
Favorite OPM Music Video Won

MSTYLE Globaline Awards

Year Recipient/Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2020 SB19 Artist of the Year Won [73]
Rookie of the Year Won
Favorite Dance Performance Won
"Go Up" Song of the Year Won
Favorite OPM Song Won

Music Rank Extra Awards

Year Recipient/Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2020 SB19 Asia's Boy Group Nominated [74]
Next Big Thing Won
#MRE Awards Top Social Artist Won

Myx Music Awards

Year Recipient/Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2020 "Go Up" Song of the Year Won [75][76]
SB19 Artist of the Year Won
New Artist of the Year Won

PPOP Awards for Young Artist

Year Recipient/Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2019 SB19 Most Favorite Pop Boy Group of the Year Won [77]
2020 SB19 Performing Group of the Year Won [78]

[79]

"Ikako" POP Inspirational Song of the Year Won

PMPC Star Awards for Music

Year Recipient/Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2020 SB19 New Group Artist of the Year Nominated [80]

Push Awards

Year Recipient/Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2020 "Go Up" Original Song of the Year Nominated [81]

RAWR Awards

Year Recipient/Nominated Work Category Result Ref.
2019 SB19 Favorite Group of the Year Won [82]

Starmometer

Year Recipient/Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2020 SB19 Best Idol Group in Southeast Asia Won

TV Series Craze Awards

Year Recipient/Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2020 SB19 Breakthrough Artist of the Year Won [83]
Fastest Rising Boygroup Won

Village Pipol Choice Award

Year Recipient/Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2019 SB19 Group Performer of the Year Won [84]
A'TIN Fandom of the Year Won

Wish Music Awards

Year Recipient/Nominated work Category Result Ref.
2020 SB19 Breakthrough Artist of the Year Won [85]

[86]

Wisher's Choice Award Won
"Go Up" Wishclusive Pop Performance of the Year Won

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