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BGYO marks 2nd anniversary with “Be Us” album showcase at Skydome

BGYO members Gelo, Akira, JL, Mikki, and Nate are getting ready to set the stage on fire for their upcoming fan con—the “Be Us” second anniversary album showcase happening at SM City North Edsa Skydome this May 12 (Friday).

The group’s sophomore album “Be Us” showed great success as it has racked up over 4.3 million streams, while its tracks “Magnet” reached 1 million streams and “Tumitigil Ang Mundo” reached 1.5 million streams on Spotify. It also topped the iTunes’ album chart in the Philippines, Hong Kong, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, and United Arab Emirates.

The “Be Us” second anniversary album showcase tickets will be available at SM Tickets priced at P2,500 (VVIP), P2,000 (VIP), and P1,000 (regular).

BGYO’s fans called ACEs are in for another surprise because the “Be Us” album box set is available for pre-order for only P1,999. The album box set contains a CD, lyric booklet, random mini standee, photocard set, pop grip, and ACEs pin. The pre-order would also serve as a ticket to a fan meet and greet with BGYO. Meanwhile, those who have pre-ordered “The Light” last year can enjoy a P200 discount voucher when they purchase the “Be Us” album box set.

Recently, BGYO became a trending topic after their leader Gelo went viral after a fan posted his 2×2 ID picture on Twitter which earned him praise for his stunning visuals, while the group’s main dancer Nate caught the attention of the K-pop group BTS who liked his dance cover of J-Hope and J. Cole’s “on the street” on TikTok.

Dubbed as the “Aces of P-Pop,” the group recently spread fun and excitement at Marquee Mall, Pampanga and The District Imus, Cavite last March 4 and 5 for their mall tour. They will be gathering the hearts of “ACEs” once again this March 26 at Ayala Malls Feliz, Pasig.

Be part of BGYO’s “Be Us” second anniversary album showcase on May 12 (Friday) at SM City North Edsa Skydome. Stay tuned with BGYO by following @bgyo_ph on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, and subscribe to their official YouTube channel, BGYO Official.

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P-Pop fans, we’re bringing you a bigger, better, and bolder P-Pop gathering in the Philippines! Pinoy Pop Convention (PPOPCON) 2023 is definitely the event you want to attend this year–happening on March 18-19 at the New Frontier Theatre and Big Dome, Araneta Coliseum!

PPOPCON brings together artists and fans for a two-day celebration filled with fun activities as a means to strengthen the growing P-pop community. Furthermore, it is now on its much-awaited live gathering where fans and artists can truly connect. Among the list of artist groups who will be there are SB19, BGYO, BINI, 4TH IMPACT, MNL48, 1ST. ONE, ALAMAT, PRESS HIT PLAY, VXON, G22, KAIA and more!

In its second year, artists and fans can enjoy the two-part event, with a convention that features fanbase activities, booths, official merch selling, games, and performances by some of the established P-Pop acts today happening at the New Frontier Theater. On its second day, it will be capped off with a concert from some of your favorite artists at the Big Dome!

For more information about the event, you may visit www.ppopcon.ph. You may also follow them on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for more updates. For inquiries, feel free to get in touch with the organizing team at ppopconvention@gmail.com.

Music and Treats at Hallyuween 2022: The Philippines’ First K-pop Halloween Party

Music fans dressed up as witches, ghouls, and other spooky and creative characters as they invaded the Mall of Asia Arena on Oct. 29 for Hallyuween 2022, a Halloween party like no other. Drag queens Lady Gagita, Lady Morgana, and Minty Fresh as well as P-pop group BGYO joined six K-pop acts: CL, Epik High, KARD, PENTAGON, Gaho X KAVE, and DJ Soda for a night of music and treats for their fans.

During the press conference before the show, BGYO said that they are very thankful and honored that they were invited to Hallyuween since they would be joining big K-pop artists and the iconic drag queens.
Lady Morgana also said that the queens want to show music fans, both local and foreign, the creativity of the Philippine drag scene.

K-pop co-ed group KARD wowed with their costumes. BM said that the group is happy to have another opportunity to see and interact with their Filipino fans.

Gaho X KAVE were also excited to see their fans in the Philippines. When asked what their message was to their fans, Gaho sang “Start Over” and dedicated it to them.

Yeo One from boy group PENTAGON said their fans, Universe, are their inspiration and that they have prepared fun performances for that night as their way to communicate with their fans.

DJ Soda said she loves the Philippines and that she is proud to perform as a DJ representing South Korea.

Epik High’s Tablo said, “We wanna make sure that you forget about all of the bad things going on in the world and your life, just for tonight. We know we can’t solve every problem, but for the time that we share together, if we can make you forget about things and enjoy yourself, maybe when you go back, you’ll be a lot stronger.” Of course, such wise words from the one and only Tablo. He also said he hoped everyone would have a safe trip back home because the weather was awful that weekend.

Fans faced severe tropical storm Paeng to see their favorites, but it definitely was a night to remember.

Baddest female CL dressed up as Cruella de Vil during the press conference, and she was gorgeous! She said she’s very happy to reconnect with her fans because she hadn’t been to the Philippines in years.

The show started with zombies running around the dance floor and spooked the crowd before the drag queens took the stage. Lady Gagita performed Lady Gaga’s “Paparazzi,” 2009 VMAs style. Lady Morgana graced the stage with Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance with Somebody,” and Minty Fresh was next with Ariana Grande’s “Break Free.” The three queens ended their set with a performance of “Bang Bang” by Jessie J, Ariana Grande, and Nicki Minaj.

Gaho X KAVE then took the stage and started their set with “Start Over” from the K-drama “Itaewon Class.” They performed “Running” from another hit drama “Start-Up.” Gaho said that because of the crowd’s energy, they want to come back to Manila for their own concert. They also sang “Beautiful Night” and “High,” and they covered Blackpink’s “How You Like That.” Gaho and band KAVE gave an explosive performance of “Right Now” as their last song for that night.

PENTAGON was next, much to the delight of Filipino Universe. The group, appearing on stage with six members, performed “Feelin’ Like,” “Sparkling Night,” “Beautiful Night,” “Call My Name,” and Shine.” They were happy to see a lot of their fans in the crowd.

Another Filipino act to join this year’s Hallyuween lineup is BGYO, and as expected, they didn’t disappoint. They started their set with a powerful performance of “The Light.” They also sang “Kundiman,” “The Baddest,” and “Magnet.”

When KARD appeared on stage, the crowd went wild. They first performed “Ring the Alarm,” and I am speechless at how amazing their performances were even though they were wearing costumes. They continued with “Oh NaNa,” “Don’t Recall,” “Bomb Bomb,” “Red Moon,” and “Dumb Litty.”

K-hip hop icons Epik High kept the crowd on their feet as they started their set with “No Thanxxx.” They also performed “Burj Khalifa,” “One,” and “Born Hater.” Before their last song, the group had a surprise. They signed and wrote “We love Manila” on a shirt before throwing it to a lucky fan. The group’s last song for the night was “Don’t Hate Me.”

2NE1’s “I Am the Best” started playing. And who else could it be but the queen, CL. She started with a hot performance of “Spicy.” The party didn’t stop as CL continued with her hits “HWA,” “The Baddest Female,” “5 Star,” “Chuck,” “Doctor Pepper,” “Lover Like Me,” and “MTBD,” with “Hello Bitches” rounding up her set for Hallyuween.

After CL’s unforgettable performances, she went on stage to announce the winners of the night’s major awards for Best in Hallyuween Costume.
But what would a party be without dancing? Wrapping up the night was DJ Soda, making everyone dance with the songs she prepared especially for the party.

It was one amazing performer after another, and what a night that was. The Philippines’ 1st KPOP HALLOWEEN PARTY: HALLYUWEEN is presented by PULP Live World.

See more photos from Hallyuween 2022 here

Hallyuween 2022: Philippines’ 1st KPOP Halloween Party

Attention, Philippines! This Halloween, wild spirits from the realms of the Hallyu World will be unleashed to show their intense fan power in a night filled with overflowing treats and tricks!

Everyone is invited to join this yet another historic event brought by the Philippines’ pioneer K-Pop show promoter, PULP Live World, together with Happee Hour. A first-of-its-kind Halloween party dedicated to K-Pop fans, the Philippines’ 1st KPOP HALLOWEEN PARTY: HALLYUWEEN is happening on October 29, 2022, 6PM at the SM Mall of Asia Arena.

Known to all, Halloween is one of the most anticipated annual celebrations. It dates back to a centuries-old tradition of celebrating the Day of the Dead where it is believed that spirits of those who have passed on would return. Now, PULP Live World and Happee Hour are gathering KPop fans for a night that will celebrate the spirits of the things we all primarily love – KPop, K-Culture on a spooky yet exhilarating stage.

Set to be the biggest annual Halloween party in the Philippines, the 1st KPOP HALLOWEEN PARTY: HALLYUWEEN is headlined by huge names from the KPop scene, starting with none other than the baddest female in KPop, singer-songwriter, and globally-renowned superstar, CL! To keep the energy high, EPIK HIGH, one of South Korea’s top and pioneer Hip Hop artists returns to the Philippines to join this huge line-up!

To complete the line up of six big names in the industry, the 9-member KPop group known for their trending song “Shine”, PENTAGON, is also geared to raise the roof with their specially-prepared explosive performances for the night. Joining the line-up, South Korea’s premier co-ed KPop group, KARD is also set to give us a thrilling stage! Additionally, everyone will surely jump for joy once they hear the climactic vocals and music of Korea’s OST soloist GAHO together with his cover band, KAVE!

Of course, we cannot forget to rave in this wild party! Bringing some insanely fun beats and hot mixes, DJ SODA is also ready to party with the Filipino fans. This star-studded line-up will also be joined by one of the country’s premier PPop Group, BGYO.

Aside from these packed performances, PULP Live World and Happee Hour also prepared exciting Halloween activities, games, and experiences for everyone to enjoy! So brace yourselves! A creepy haunted tunnel, some supernatural and wicked creatures, cool merch, and more Hallyuween-inspired activities await!

It’s hot, packed, wild, spooky, and fun – all things you’ll look for in a perfect Halloween KPop party is here! You just need to come with your high fan spirits. You are also highly encouraged to show off your creative side by coming in your full-blown Halloween costumes for a chance to win amazing awards and prizes!

This will surely become a huge part of your core memory. Be warned – this show is insanely fun! We are expecting to see you on October 29, 2022, 6PM at the SM Mall of Asia Arena for the PHILIPPINES’ 1st KPOP HALLOWEEN PARTY: HALLYUWEEN.

Pulp Live World presents
Philippines’ 1st KPOP Halloween Party
October 29, 2022 – 6pm
Mall of Asia Arena

Gangnam – Php26,500 (Free Seating)
Apgujeong – Php19,875 (Free Seating)
Itaewon – Php12,720 (Standing)
Myeondong – Php12,720 (Reserved Seating)
Insadong – Php10,600 (Reserved Seating)
Hongdae – Php8,480 (Reserved Seating)
Jongno – Php5,830 (Reserved Seating)
Hyehwa – Php4,770 (Reserved Seating)
Namdaemun – Php3,710 (Reserved Seating)
Dongdaemun – Php2,650 (Reserved Seating)

Tickets are now available at SM Tickets outlets and online at http://www.smtickets.com


Be You: The World Will Adjust event to feature Red Velvet LIVE in Manila

Ipiti Inc. (In Purpose International Training Institute Inc.) will be staging a special live benefit concert titled: “Be You – The World Will Adjust”, an extraordinary celebration for people with special needs. The show set for July 2022 at the Mall of Asia Arena and will feature prominent K-Pop group, Red Velvet as well as P-Pop groups: BGYO, Bini, and teen star Lady Pipay. IPITI Inc. aims to extend its reach to the community to serve as a public servant to all by providing formal and non-formal educational and vocational training as well as enhancement programs for Special Education to those with special needs.

Be You: The World Will Adjust
Red Velvet, BGYO, BINI, Lady Pipay
July 22, 2022 – 7:00pm
Mall of Asia Arena

VIP – Php7,550
Patron – Php6,400
Lower Box – Php4,800
Upper Box – Php2,660
General Admission – Php1,600
*ticket prices inclusive of ticketing service charges*


Tickets goes on-sale starting May 30, 2022 via SM Tickets outlets and online at www.smtickets.com. Call 8470.2222 for ticket inquiries

Tugatog Filipino Music Festival 2022

The biggest groups in P-Pop scene will gather in one massive music festival. Tugatog Filipino Music Festival will be held at the Mall of Asia Arena for the first time this July 2022. The event will headlined by MNL48, BGYO, Bini, Alamat, PPop Generation, Litz, VXON, Press Hit Play and a lot more! The event will be streamed worldwide.

Tugatog Filipino Music Festival

July 15, 2022 – 2:00pm
SM Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay City, Philippines

-Zack Tabudlo
-The Juans
-Press Hit Play
-PPOP Generation
-R Rules

VIP Standing – Php4,699
Lower Box – Php3,999
Upper Box – Php3,499
General Admission – Php1,999

TICKET PRICES (Livestream)
VIP – Php2,700 (Multiple Angle + Exclusive Contents)
Premium – Php1,800 (Regular Streaming)



BINI and BGYO gear up for first co-headlining concert in P-Pop history on Nov. 6 & 7

Less than a year after their official launches, P-pop’s fast-rising stars BINI and BGYO have enjoyed several milestones with their fans: BINI’s music video for their debut single, “Born to Win,” was featured in MTV Asia last month and has already crossed one million views, while BGYO has landed on the number one spot on Billboard’s global Next Big Sound chart, coinciding with the release of their latest single “The Baddest,” which just surpassed one million views on YouTube.

Having grown together from being trainees to full-fledged rookie idol groups, BINI and BGYO are taking the next big steps that will define their journey and their sound as they gear up for their upcoming joint concert and respective debut albums.

BINI and BGYO are making history with their sibling concert – the first in P-pop – called “One Dream: The BINI x BGYO Concert,” which will be streamed worldwide on November 6 and 7 on KTX.PH, iWantTFC, and TFC IPTV.

“One Dream: The BINI x BGYO Concert” is also the first two-day concert in the Philippines to feature a unique repertoire per day, promising a grand extravaganza of world-class performances of old favorites and new releases.

The November 6 show will be filled with electrifying performances by each group, collaborations on fan-favorite songs, and exciting numbers by surprise guest artists. On November 7, BINI and BGYO will present more live collabs, sub-unit performances, powerful vocal showcases, and a fan meet on KTX.PH.

Fans who want to buy the SVIP tickets, which are available starting August 31 and are priced at P1,950 or US$39.99, will be able to watch the two shows and join the fan meet on KTX.PH. VIP tickets, meanwhile, will be sold at P1,490 or US$29.99 on KTX.PH, iWantTFC, and TFC IPTV and will provide access to the two shows.

A special early bird promotion for VIP tickets will have a limited run from August 31 to September 2 only. Those who want to buy early will have access to the two shows with a special price of P999 or US$19.99.

Before their joint concert in November, both groups are coming out with their much-awaited full-length debut albums, both of which will have all-original songs. Some members of the groups also got to flex their creativity by composing their own songs for the albums.

For BINI, fans can anticipate the release of the group’s sophomore single in September before the whole debut album drops in October.

BGYO, on the other hand, will continue promoting “The Baddest,” whose music video recently trended worldwide on YouTube and hit number one on iTunes Philippines, before the release of the album, also in October.

Purchase your tickets now to watch “One Dream: The BINI x BGYO Concert,” on November 6 and 7 on KTX.PH, iWantTFC, and TFC IPTV.

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