BGYO (pronounced as B-G-Y-O), formerly known as Star Hunt Academy Boys or SHA Boys,[2] is a five-member Filipino boy group that began formation in 2018 by ABS-CBN Star Hunt Academy and debuted in 2021 under ABS-CBN's Star Magic. The quintet—composed of Akira, Gelo, JL, Mikki, and Nate—co-writes several of their output. Their lyrics, often focused on social issues relevant to young generation, hope, youth empowerment and self-love.[3] Acclaimed as the "Aces of P-pop"[4] and the first Filipino Pop group to have their own topic on Twitter.[5]

BGYO
The Light by BGYO Screenshot 2022-05-17-00-48-47-006.jpg
BGYO on The Light official music video
from left to right: Mikki, JL, Gelo, Nate and Akira
Background information
OriginManila, Philippines
Genres
Years active2021–present
LabelsStar Music[1]
Star Magic Records
Associated actsBINI
Members

After debuting in 2021 with their single The Light,[6] BGYO released their first multi-lingual studio album The Light.[7] They are the first Filipino act charted at number one[8] and the fifth Filipino artist to appear on the weekly Billboard Next Big Sound chart.[9][10]

NameEdit

 
BGYO showing off their official hand sign

The group's name is an acronym for "Becoming the change, Going further, You and I, Originally Filipino".[11][12] Contrary to the belief of many, the group's name is not the shortened form of the Filipino word "bagyo", which means storm particularly a tropical cyclone.[2] Their fandom name is collectively called ACEs chosen unanimously by the members among entries from fans.[13][14]

Their name (which is similarly spelled to "bagyo" or the Tagalog word for "storm") is more than appropriate since this group is definitely poised to take the P-pop industry by storm.

— Kyzia Maramara, 8List.ph[15]

SHA Boys became BGYO, a name that completely makes sense, given the group's beating pace.

— JE CC, Lionheartv.net[16]

we don’t blame you for thinking [BGYO as "bagyo"] so as these boys are without a doubt taking our local music scene by storm!

— Bianca Custodio, Candymag[17]

HistoryEdit

2018–2020: Formation and introductionEdit

In 2018, ABS-CBN launched the Star Hunt Academy program, a project led by entertainment head Laurenti Dyogi for the purpose of introducing Filipino talent in the international market.[18][19][20] 250 auditionees with age range of 16–19 from different places in the Philippines were evaluated, from which the first set of male trainees were selected. It was initially planned to debut a 7-member idol boy group but was minimized to five. The final lineup ended with Akira, Gelo, JL, Mikki, and Nate.[18][21] They were trained for two years under Filipino and South Korean mentors from MU Doctor Academy. Vocal coach Kitchy Molina and Austrian-native dance coach Mickey Perz were some of the notable Filipino mentors.[22][18][3]

On August 3, 2019, the five members were officially introduced as the Star Hunt trainees in the online pre-show of the PBB Otso Big Night through a performance.[23] They had their first outdoor performance with live audience in their first-ever mall show in Taguig.[24] They have also attended in the 2019 Southeast Asian Games thanksgiving celebration.[25]

In May 2020, Dyogi released a dance practice video of Akira, Gelo, Mikki, and Nate dancing to Seventeen's "Let Me Hear You Say" to show their progress in training.[26] In the subsequent months, the academy have released vlogs of the trainees on YouTube and performance videos on Twitter.[27] On December 4, 2020, the official debut month of the group in January 2021 was announced, together with the contract signing with Star Magic and record label Star Music.[28][29]

2021-present: Debut year and "The Light Era"Edit

 
BGYO official logo

Ahead of the debut date, Star Hunt Academy released a series of teasers for the group which on January 13, 2021, they revealed the group's official name accompanied with its official logo.[30][29]

MU Doctor collaborated with South Korean producers Rogan & Ddank for BGYO's debut single "The Light" released on January 29, 2021. The English lyrics were written by Korean-American composer and songwriter Distract, and the Tagalog lyrics written by the members themselves to "reflect their own story in the song".[3] The single was choreographed by Lay Back, known to have worked with SuperM, Hyolyn, and Zico.[31][32]

In March, BGYO was featured in the Spring 2021 issue of L'Officiel.[33] BGYO also participated in the collaborative virtual show of ABS-CBN along with other "Kapamilya stars" broadcast through Kumu and Facebook.[34][35] On March 31, MYX announced the group as their "spotlight artist" for the month of April.[36]

On April 9, Star Music officially confirmed that BGYO will sing the official soundtrack of iWantTFC's digital Philippine romance comedy series He's Into Her.[37] On April 21, BGYO performed on the Wish 107.5 Bus with their debut single.[38] On April 23, 2021, the second single He's Into Her has been sent to digital streaming and download platforms with a lyric and music video uploaded on YouTube.[39][40] On the same day, BGYO was added on the roster of Spotify RADAR program.[41]

The group's first collaboration single "Feel Good Pilipinas" was released on May 21, 2021, with KZ Tandingan which was produced as ABS-CBN's 2021 Summer Special ID.[42]

On May 17, BGYO participated in the 4th Season of Coke Studio Philippines' "Itodo Mo Beat Mo" where they performed the choreographed rendition of Keiko Necesario's "While We Are Young".[43][44] Three days after, an original composition of BGYO and Necesario titled "Runnin'" was uploaded on YouTube.[45] On May 29, the group also took part on the virtual red carpet premiere of the series He's Into Her.[46]

On June 6, "BGYO Live Zoom Party" took place.[47] It was a virtual international fan meet, held via Zoom and was organized by K-Wave By. Marie INC. and TimelessNotes LIVE,[48] where they performed The Light, "He's Into Her" and a cover of the song Un Año by the Colombian singer-songwriter Sebastián Yatra and the Mexican pop rock band Reik.[49][50] They also got the chance to be interviewed on SBS PopAsia on June 10.[51] The group also made an appearance on the official debut of their sister group BINI, on June 11.[52]

In July, BGYO fronted "The Music Issue" of PARCINQ Magazine with the tagline "P-POP POWER".[4]

On August 20, BGYO released their sophomore single The Baddest.[53] On August 25, #BGYO was included on Twitter's "Top Hashtags in the Philippines" for the first half of 2021.[54]

ArtistryEdit

BGYO have cited BTS, Exo, GOT7, Wanna One, Seventeen, NCT, WayV, Stray Kids, TXT, Treasure, Big Bang, Twice, Shawn Mendes, Ed Sheeran, Justin Bieber, Kendrick Lamar, Gary Valenciano, Iñigo Pascual, Erik Santos and Regine Velasquez as musical inspirations.[55][56][57] In an interview with Myx Global,[58] the group have also cited Jabbawockeez as an influence, with Nate saying "the Jabbawockeez inspired me to get into music, and would even copy how they would dance".[59]

Legacy and cultural impactEdit

LegacyEdit

BGYO's emergence in the music industry came in the midst of a gut-wrenching pandemic and in an era where Filipinos have already taken inspiration from emotional songs (in Tagalog slang "hugot songs"), BGYO does not pull off an effort to take a different lane to inspire many people through their motivational songs based on their triumphant journey to success, with JE CC of Lionheartv described The Light album as powerful, inspiring, anthemic; calling it "a refreshing scene in a very vulnerable time".[60] Tessa Mauricio-Arriola, Editor for Entertainment, Lifestyle and STM of The Manila Times noted that "BGYO emerge as an entire popstar package [despite] pandemic".[61] Aside from their music, BGYO are known as idols pursuing their studies amidst their growing career with Bianca Custodio of Candymag elaborated in an article, saying "the fact that they’re doing all of this while studying only demonstrates how disciplined and determined these boys really are. We stan men who are both beauty and brains!".[17][62]

No idea what kind of spell they've been putting, but when the category is freshness, BGYO is undeniably one of the peak stars.

— John Alfred Esmilla, Villagepipol.com[63]

Cultural impactEdit

As early as their trainee days, BGYO as "SHA Boys" became the youth ambassadors of the National Youth Commission.[25] In their debut year, BGYO were dubbed as the "Aces of P-pop"[4] and considered as "P-pop's Breakout Act of 2021",[64] known for notable vocals, synchronized dance moves,[27][65] commanding stage presence, and undeniable visuals.[64] with John Alfred Esmilla of Villagepipol calling BGYO "as The Baddest performers".[63] Tessa Mauricio-Arriola, Editor for Entertainment, Lifestyle and STM of The Manila Times explained "they have the makings of OPM superstars... can genuinely serve as role models for today's youth".[61] Similar sentiments with the editor-in-chief of the Xpedition Magazine, Josh M. Yugen, stressing BGYO as "a true role model for the modern youth".[66]

Since their official debut as BGYO in January, the group has boarded the train of success to achieve career-defining moments. Like a genuine storm, BGYO made a number of record-setting landfalls; each representing a mammoth victory in their glorious ascent as one of the country’s fastest rising P-Pop groups.

— JE CC, RAWR Magazine[67]

As the youngest people on the set, the boys made sure to introduce themselves to the crew, breaking that wall of intimidation from their recognizable fame, their overwhelming visuals and talent, balanced with their readiness and professionalism, that would make you think they've been doing this for years. These five boys always have their (handsome) game faces when working. Saying their goodbyes and a cheer-y "1,2 Thank you po!" to the whole staff, BGYO brings a different kind of energy wherever they go, and it's a youthful vibe that we love.

— Katie Rojas, PARCINQ Magazine[4]

Pinaghihirapan talaga nila. Kahit may sakit. They have the right attitude, behavior, they’re very humble. Hindi sila demanding [at] mareklamo. Nag-aaral lahat yan. We’re very proud that Aki is a dean’s lister. Talagang kahanga-hanga yung ginagawa nila.

— Laurenti Dyogi, Dailypedia[68]

In less than a year, their milestones and recognitions are overflowing, [BGYO] just bagged the "Best Theme Song" for He's Into Her at the 2021 Asian Academy Creative Awards [and] eventually a consistent spot holder at both global charts, Billboard's Next Big Sound and Next Big Sound's Pandora Predictions Chart.

— John Alfred Esmilla, Villagepipol.com[63]

Commercial endorsementsEdit

 
BGYO on Mentos' Yes To Fresh advertisement

A year after their official debut, BGYO have gained several endorsement deals in various industries in their career. On February 10, 2022, BGYO became one of the ambassadors of Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 series.[69] Since February 17, 2022, BGYO have been H&M brand ambassador and became the first Filipino artist to be featured on the brand's initiative "Music x ME" campaign, which aims to promote and put the spotlight on up and coming OPM artists.[70] On April 2, 2022, BGYO was introduced as the fresh faces of Mentos and the voices of the brand's newest campaign jingle "Say Yes To Fresh".[71]

Other venturesEdit

PhilanthropyEdit

On November 16, 2019, as the youth ambassadors of National Youth Commission, the group took part in the "FitFil Youth Against Drugs and Obesity" campaign held at the SM Mall of Asia.[72][73]

On November 28, 2020, the group participated a virtual fundraising concert hosted by TikTok Philippines for the benefit of those affected by typhoons which was participated with other artists and vloggers in the Philippines.[74] On December 8, 2020, BGYO with sister group BINI held a joint auction charity event called "#BINIficiaryAucSHAn" for the benefit of Typhoon Ulysses victims donated to the Cagayan and Isabela relief operations through ABS-CBN Foundation – Sagip Kapamilya. The project raised 125,642 from the groups' auctioned trainee shirts and other belongings plus a fund raised via Kumu.[75][76] On December 20, the group performed on ABS-CBN's Christmas special entitled "KTnX ang Babait Ninyo: ABS-CBN Christmas Special Fundraising Show" for the segment "P-Pop Rise"—a benefit show for the survivors and evacuees of areas hit by typhoons Rolly and Ulysses.[77][78]

On March 28, 2021, the group was invited to perform on a benefit concert organized by director Cathy Garcia Molina for NICKL Entertainment.[79] They also took part on Election 2022 coalition's virtual campaign that hopes to mobilize and encourage Filipino citizens to register and vote.[80][81]

On January 25, 2022, the group took part on a interactive benefit show "Truth or Dare" along with other "Kapamilya" heartthrobs and leading men[82] and on April 2, 2022, on a benefit Mobile Legends game against the fans named "Star Magic Game Zone" along with other "Kapamilya" artists, as part of the fundraising activities of the ABS-CBN Foundation under the "Tulong-Tulong sa Pag-Ahon: Isang Daan sa Pagtutulungan" campaign for Typhoon Rai (known in the Philippines as Typhoon Odette) survivors.[83]

WebcastEdit

On March 19, 2021, BGYO signed with the live streaming platform, Kumu, to promote campaigns.[84][85]

MembersEdit

Stage Name Birth Name Birthday Note
Gelo Angelo Troy Rivera (2001-04-18) April 18, 2001 (age 21) Leader
Aki Akira Morishita (2001-04-27) April 27, 2001 (age 21)
JL John Lloyd Toreliza (2001-09-17) September 17, 2001 (age 20)
Mikki Michael Claver Jr. (2002-02-13) February 13, 2002 (age 20) Chinese Name: Shi Ying Xian (施英賢)
Nate Nathaniel Porcalla (2003-06-26) June 26, 2003 (age 18) Bunso

DiscographyEdit

Studio albums

Concerts, tours and performancesEdit

Headlining concertsEdit

Joint tours and concertsEdit

Year Date Title City Country Venue Ref.
2021 June 11 Feel Good Pilipinas Global Independence Day Caravan
with Arci Muñoz, Morissette, Jayda, Martin Nievera and Jed Madela
Dubai United Arab Emirates Virtual [86]
June 12 Hong Kong
Malaysia
June 13 South Korea
June 20 Singapore
June 26 United States of America
ALL FOR ONE (Canadian Multiculturalism Day): Celebrating Unity in Diversity
with AC Bonifacio, BINI, Darren Espanto, Glisha, Kayla Rivera, rIVerse, and Southeast Cartel
Canada [87]
August 6 He's Into Her : The Benison Ball
with He's Into Her casts, Jayda, JC Alcantara, Sab and Gigi De Lana with Gigi Vibes
Philippines Aired via live streaming through KTX.ph [88][89]
November 6–7 ONE DREAM: The BINI and BGYO Concert
with Special performances from AC Bonifacio, KZ Tandingan and Kritiko
[52]
December 3 1MX Dubai 2021 (Filipino Music Festival)
with Ez Mil, Bamboo, Moira, BINI and Gigi De Lana
Dubai United Arab Emirates Dubai World Trade Centre [90]
2022 February 12-13 ONE DREAM: The BINI and BGYO Concert Version 2022 Aired via live streaming through KTX.ph [91]

ShowcasesEdit

Year Date Title Performed song(s) City Country Venue Ref.
2020 August 22 & 29 Happy Hallyu Day 4 "Let Me Hear You Say" (Seventeen)
"Tempo" (Exo)
"On" (BTS)
"Raise Your Flag" (KZ Tandingan and Kritiko)
Manila Philippines Virtual [92]
October 31 2020 Philippines-Korea Cultural Exchange Festival "Cherry Bomb" (NCT 127)
"Mic Drop" (BTS)
"Sing For You" (Exo)
[93]
2021 August 28–29 Happy Hallyu Day 5: A Virtual Fest "My House" (2PM)
"Hard Carry" (GOT7)
"Boy" (Treasure)
"The Baddest"
[94]

Performances on award shows and specialsEdit

Year Date Title Performed song(s) Country Ref.
2021 May 29 "Love Kita Pinas" "The Light" Philippines [80]
August 7 MYX Music Awards 2021 "He's Into Her" [95]
November 29 34th Awit Awards "The Baddest" [96]
December 3 2021 Asian Academy Creative Awards "He's Into Her" Singapore [97]
2022 February 27 "Uplive WorldStage - Grand Finals" "The Baddest" United States of America [98]
March 19 "Saludo Excellence Awards 2021" Philippines [99]

FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2022 BINI & BGYO Dubai Adventures: A Docufilm Themselves Live premiere in Dolphy Theatre, Quezon City and simulcast via live streaming through KTX.ph [100]

SeriesEdit

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2021 ONE DREAM: The Bini - BGYO Journey Themselves 9 episodes telecast worldwide via MYX Global's Myx TV and aired online via iWantTFC [101]

TelevisionEdit

Year Month/Date Program Ref.
2019 August 3 Pinoy Big Brother: Otso [25][102]
2020 October 18 ASAP Natin 'To [19][103]
October 25 [104]
November 22 [105]
November 29 [106]
November 30 Magandang Buhay [107]
December 6 Pinoy Big Brother: Connect [19][2]
December 12 It's Showtime [19]
December 20 ABS-CBN Christmas Special 2020 [108]
2021 January 31 ASAP Natin 'To [109]
February 5 It's Showtime [110]
February 7 Be The Light: The BGYO Launch (Philippines Re-broadcast) [111]
February 13 Be The Light: The BGYO Launch (Worldwide Re-broadcast) [112]
February 25 Pinoy Big Brother: Connect [113]
February 26 [114]
March 7 ASAP Natin 'To [115]
March 8 We Rise Together [116][117]
March 9 Teleradyo - Sakto [118]
March 12 MYX Philippines - MYXclusive [119]
March 14 I Feel U [120]
ASAP Natin 'To [121]
Pinoy Big Brother: Connect @ The Big Night [122][123]
March 21 ASAP Natin 'To [124]
March 22 Magandang Buhay (Re-broadcast) [125][126]
April 4 ASAP Natin 'To (Re-broadcast) [127][128]
April 9 K World: Better Together! [129]
April 16 Cinema News [130]
April 18 ASAP Natin 'To [131]
April 25 [132]
May 16 [133]
May 17 Magandang Buhay [134]
May 23 ASAP Natin 'To [135]
May 29 It's Showtime [136]
May 30 ASAP Natin 'To [137]
June 6 [138]
TV5's - Idols of Pop: Manila Sound to KPop [139]
June 20 ASAP Natin 'To [140]
June 21 BINI: The Launch - THE SHOWCASE (TV Premiere) [141]
June 27 ALL FOR ONE (Canadian Multiculturalism Day) [87]
July 4 ASAP Natin 'To [142]
July 18 [143]
August 1 [144]
September 5 [145]
September 18 It's Showtime [146]
September 19 ASAP Natin 'To [147]
October 1 It's Showtime [148]
October 10 ASAP Natin 'To [149]
October 31 [150]
December 12 [151]
December 19 [152]
December 26 [153]
2022 January 16 [154]
March 6 [155]
March 10 Magandang Buhay [156]
March 13 ASAP Natin 'To [157]
March 14 Magandang Buhay (Cameo) [158]
March 27 I Can See Your Voice (Philippine season 4) [159]
April 2 It's Showtime [160]
Rated Korina [161]
April 10 ASAP Natin 'To [162]
May 9 Magandang Buhay (Re-broadcast) [156]
May 15 ASAP Natin 'To [163]

Online showsEdit

Year Title Network Note(s) Ref.
2020 BGYO on Kumu Live (as SHA Boys) Kumu 3 episodes per week [34]
2021 BGYO on Kumu Live
MYX Spotlight Artist for April MYX Philippines 5 episodes [36]
Coke Studio Itodo Mo Beat Mo with BGYO and Keiko Necesario - Part 1 Coke Studio Philippines 7 episodes [164]
Coke Studio Itodo Mo Beat Mo with BGYO and Keiko Necesario - Part 2 3 episodes [165][166]
ONE DREAM: Virtual Hangout iWantTFC YouTube Channel 9 episodes [101]
MTV Asia Spotlight Artist for October and November MTV Asia 9 episodes [167]
Annyeong Korea Trivia: #KoreaTayoSoon KTO Manila YouTube Channel 10 episodes [168]

Awards and nominationsEdit

InternationalEdit

Year Award ceremony Host country Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2021 Asian Academy Creative Awards  
Singapore
Best Theme Song or Title Theme He's Into Her Finalist [169]
Prêmio Anual K4US (PAK2021)  
Brazil
Melhor Ato Internacional Musical
(Best International Music Act)
BGYO Nominated [170]

LocalEdit

Year Award ceremony Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2020 6th PUSH Awards 2020 Push Music Personality of the Year BGYO Nominated [171]
2021 Asian Academy Creative Awards Best Theme Song or Title Theme (Philippines) He's Into Her Won [172]
34th AWIT Awards People's Voice Favorite Group Artist BGYO Won [173]
RAWR Awards Song of the Year The Light Nominated [174]
Favorite Group BGYO Nominated
Favorite Performer Nominated
Fan Club of the Year ACEs Nominated
7th Wish Music Awards Wish Breakthrough Artist of the Year BGYO Nominated [175]
Wishclusive Pop Performance of the Year The Light Nominated
7th PUSH Awards 2021 Push Music Personality of the Year BGYO Won [176]
Saludo Excellence Awards 2021 Best Male Group Won [99]
2022 Preview Creative 25: 2022 Most Promising Talent in Musician's Category Honoree [64][177]

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