WATCH: Jabbawockeez goes viral for BGYO dance cover ‘The Baddest’

Kathleen A. Llemit –

October 11, 2021 | 3:59 p.m.

MANILA, Philippines – World-famous hip-hop dance group Jabbawockeez just surprised fast-growing P-Pop group BGYO by posting a video on their Instagram, TikTok and Twitter accounts dancing to BGYO’s hit song, “The Baddest “.

Just days ago, the members of BGYO opened up about being inspired by the Jabbawockeez when they were growing up in an exclusive interview with Myx Global.

Four versions of “The Light” including Bahasa, Japanese, Thai and Spanish are included on BGYO’s debut album released on October 7th. His brother band, BINI, will also release their debut album “Born to Win” a week after October 14th. This all takes place a month before their highly anticipated back-to-back “One Dream: The BINI & BGYO Concert” on November 6th and 7th.

The title track “The Light” is also the album name from BGYO’s debut album. Other tracks include their comeback single “The Baddest” which debuted at no. 1 on Billboard’s Next Big Sound chart, and the title track “He’s Into Her”, the soundtrack of the series of the same name with Donny Pangilinan and Belle Mariano. It also includes the upcoming songs “When I’m With You”, “Fly Away”, “Rocketman”, “When I’m With You” and “Kundiman”.


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? original sound – JABBAWOCKEEZ

At last month’s press conference, BGYO revealed that their concerts will feature new songs from their album. The November 6 show will feature collaborations on fan favorite songs and numbers of surprise guest artists. On November 7, BINI and BGYO will feature other live collaborations, sub-unit performances, voice presentations and a fan meeting. These will be available to stream on KTX.PH.

Laurenti Dyogi, head of Star Magic and big boss of ABS-CBN, said BGYO has received many invitations to perform in the country and abroad. They will also be featured on a major music channel. He also took the time to thank the predecessors of the bands that paved the way for the rise of P-Pop.

“I would like to thank and thank sa mga naunang grupo rin naman sa kanila. If not for the other P-pop groups that were in front of BINI and BGYO, hindi rin naman siguro, how do you say it, mas madali yung pagtanggap sa BGYO. are grateful to all the groups that came before them from SB19 to MNL48 and all the other groups, even before those two groups, ”he said.

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