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BGYO’s ‘The Light’ album peaks at the no.1 spot on iTunes albums chart in 5 countries

BGYO is taking the world by storm as its first album, “The Light,” peaked at the no.1 spot on the Itunes Albums Chart of the Philippines, Hong Kong, Singapore, UAE, and Saudi Arabia.

BGYO is taking the world by storm as its first album, “The Light,” peaked at the no.1 spot on the Itunes Albums Chart of the Philippines, Hong Kong, Singapore, UAE, and Saudi Arabia. It also charted in Canada, Thailand, Qatar, and Australia last Thursday (October 7).

The group’s 18 songs were also in the top 20 on Itunes Songs Chart Philippines. Aside from the tracks in the album, “Kulay,” “Runnin,” “Feel Good Pilipinas,” and “While We Were Young” also made it in the said list.

“The Light’s” carrier single “When I’m With You” was also featured on Spotify’s OPM Rising, RADAR Philippines, and New Music Friday. Its music video already garnered over 100,000 views on YouTube.

Netizens were delighted by the dance cover released by the world-famous dance crew Jabbawockeez on the group’s single “The Baddest” last Friday (October 8) on its social media accounts.

After the group released “The Light,” it is now the turn of BINI to drop its debut album, “Born to Win,” on Thursday (October 14).

Meanwhile, tickets for their sibling concert, “One Dream: The BINI &BGYOConcert,” slated on November 6 and 7 are still available on KTX.PH. SVIP tickets are available at P1,950 or US$39.99, which gives fans access to the two shows, and fan meet onKTX.PH, while VIP tickets are available at P1,490 or US$29.99 onKTX.PH, iWantTFC, and TFC IPTV and will provide access to the two shows.



Listen to BGYO’s debut album on Spotifyand all the other major streaming sites. Get regular updates by following BGYO_ph on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and subscribing to their official YouTube channels, BGYO Official.

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