Filipino boyband SB19, the first local group trained by a Korean management company, yesterday said that they will be making a comeback in March.
The group made the announcement on their social media pages. “What’s coming? 2021.03.09,” they tweeted. The men also added the hashtags “#SB19IkalawangYugto” (“SB19 Second Chapter”) and “#SB19WhatIsComing.” The boys are photographed walking away from the camera, on a field of grass at an undisclosed location.
As of today, the post has been retweeted almost 13,000 times.
It’s unclear if the group is referring to a new album or a concert.
— SB19 Official (@SB19Official) February 9, 2021
Composed of Josh, Justin, Ken, Sejun, and Stell, SB19 is the first Filipino group to make it to Billboard’s Next Big Sound chart. A few of their hits are “Go Up” and “Alab” (“Fire”). Their fans are called A’TIN (“eighteen”) and are extremely active on social media, where they often express the desire for the group to make it on the world stage.
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