Philippines’ first P-pop girl group debuts
P-pop is still going strong even after the debut of YGIG, the first-ever girl group to be managed by SBTown, the talent agency that is responsible for the success of P-pop behemoth SB19.
It is the mission of “You Go, I Go,” an organization whose name means for “You Go, I Go,” to promote Filipino culture on an international level.
SBTalent Camp, which was led by South Korean trainer Adie Hong, put all seven members, Alexei, Jewel, Maeg, Darlene, JM, Haze, and Vien, through almost four years of intense training. This training took place under the direction of the SBTalent Camp. Additionally, Hong was the producer that was responsible for SB19’s training.
After SB19, the first group of artists to make their debut under the SBTown label was YGIG. Universal Records will also be involved in the management of the band in some capacity.
“Shaba Shaba” will serve as YGIG’s debut main single when it is eventually released. The title was derived from the question “Siya ba?” which is asked in Filipino.
Although a lyric video for the song is now available, the official music video won’t be made available until the 28th of November.