MANILA – P-pop boy group BGYO released their debut album on Thursday, along with the music video for their latest single – the culmination of two years of training and six months as a band.

Entitled “The Light”, the album contains 12 songs, including four international versions of the title song, translated into Bahasa, Japanese, Thai and Spanish.

BGYO’s previous single releases, “He’s Into Her” and “The Baddest”, are part of the album, alongside “When I’m With You”, which counts as the group’s third official single.

The music video for “When I’m With You” premiered at the same time as the album’s launch on streaming platforms Thursday night.

“Fly Away”, “Rocketman”, “Sabay” and “Kundiman” were heard for the first time in their entirety with the release of the record.

Music of the stars

Comprised of Gelo, Akira, JL, Nate and Mikki, BGYO debuted in January after two years as interns at ABS-CBN’s Star Hunt Academy.

BGYO quickly established itself on the local music scene and beyond. Notably, during his “The Baddest” era, he spent consecutive weeks ranking and peaking at No. 1, in two international charts for rising acts: Billboard’s Next Big Sound and the Pandora Predictions Chart.

BGYO, along with its sister group, the 8 members BINI, are prepared as global pop groups, with releases aimed at international fans, and scheduled and scheduled appearances on foreign channels and events.

The respective albums of BGYO and BINI – the latter will be “Born To Win” on October 14 – will lead to their joint “One Dream” concert on November 6 and 7 via KTX.ph.

Meanwhile, both groups are currently featured as MTV Asia Spotlight Artists for the months of October and November.

Then, on December 3, the two performers will take the stage at 1MX Dubai, a music festival featuring Filipino artists, marking their first overseas performance.

Laurenti Dyogi, director of ABS-CBN, who runs the talent agency BINI and BGYO Star Magic, previously praised the groups for their “commitment to excel, to work harder, to continuously improve and to be the best. in their field and in their profession “.

“They will continue to perform very well, so when they step onto the world stage, every Filipino will be very proud of BINI and BGYO,” he said.

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