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BGYO, BINI all set to drop debut albums this month

The P-Pop groups will be releasing their albums ahead of their sibling concert happening this November.

Humility Javier
Humility Javier

10/1/2021 in News
BGYO, BINI all set to drop debut albums this month

Rising P-pop groups BGYO and BINI are gearing up to rule the charts with the release of their debut albums this October.

On Wednesday, September 29, Star Music announced the full track list of BGYO’s debut record consisting of 12 songs, as well as an audio sampler of one of the album's key tracks "When I'm With You."



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BGYO will launch their album “The Light” on Thursday, October 7. The 12-track compilation includes title track “The Light”, "He's Into Her", "When I'm With You", "Fly Away", "The Baddest", "Rocketman", "Sabay", "Kundiman", and Bahasa, Japanese, Thai, and Spanish versions of "The Light."



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And in case you missed it, BGYO officially debuted their new single “Kulay” today, October 1. The song is now available on streaming platforms. “Kulay” was first featured during the National Costume showcase of this year’s Miss Universe Philippines last Thursday, September 23.

And to keep P-Pop’s newly minted momentum going, BINI is also set to release their debut record “Born To Win” on Thursday, October 14.

Their singles "Born to Win" and "Kapit Lang" are (so far!) the only unveiled tracks from the album.



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With these brand new releases, we're keeping our fingers crossed that they'll be giving us live performances of the songs in “One Dream: The BINI & BGYO Concert." The concert will be happening on November 6 and 7 via ktx.ph, iWantTFC, and IPTV pay-per-view.

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