PLUUS (pronounced "plus") is a six-member Filipino boy group under SBTown.[1] The group consists of Theo, Gab, Justin, Yen, Haro, and JL.[2] The group debuted on March 31, 2023, with the release of their debut mini album "Pluus +.Y.M" featuring three singles: "Amigo"," "My Time"," and "Cross My Heart", which are all upbeat, catchy tracks that showcase the group's strong vocal abilities and impressive dance moves.[citation needed]

PLUUS
OriginManila, Philippines
Genres
Years active2024 (2024)–present
Labels
Members
  • Theo
  • Gab
  • Justin
  • Yen
  • Haro
  • JL
Websiteyoutube.com/@pluus_official

Name

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The name of the group came from the combination of the words "plus" and "us" which means that PLUUS and its fandom are together in this journey from the start and will continue to stick together for a long time and that the boys will be here to add good things in their life.[3][4]

Members

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The group consists of six members. PLUUS lacks predetermined positions, with the role of leader being placed in rotation among members.[5]

  • Theo
  • Gab
  • Justin
  • Yen
  • Haro
  • JL

Filmography

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Television shows

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Year Month/Date Program Network Ref.
2023 May 26 TiktoClock GMA
June 6 Unang Hirit
June 11 All-Out Sundays
July 9 ASAP ABS-CBN
August 13
August 20 All-Out Sundays GMA
September 1 It's Showtime ABS-CBN
September 3 I Can See Your Voice [6]
September 21 CNN Philippines CNN
November 19 ASAP ABS-CBN

Discography

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Mini Album

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Title Album Details
PLUUS +.Y.M. [7]
  • Released: March 31, 2023 (PH)
  • Label: Universal Records
  • Format: CD, digital download, streaming
Track listing
  • 1. "Amigo"
  • 2. "My Time"
  • 3. "Cross My Heart"

Singles

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Title Year Album Ref.
"Amigo" 2023 PLUUS +.Y.M.
"My Time"
"Cross My Heart"
"Missing You" Non-Album Single [8]
"Shining Star" [9]
"Universe" 2024
Collaboration
"Maligaya Ang Pasko"
(YGIG)
2023 Non-Album Single [10]

Videography

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Music videos

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List of music videos, showing year released, and directors
Title Year Director(s) Length Ref.
"Amigo" 2023 Geong Seong Han 3:50 [11]
"My Time" Toothless Multimedia Production 4:11 [12]
"Cross My Heart" Geong Seong Han 3:45 [13]
"Missing You"
  • Yang Woong Jin
  • Kim Jeong Youp
4:31 [14]
"Shining Star" Geong Seong Han 5:25 [15]
"Maligaya Ang Pasko" Marc Dabatian, Geong Seong Han 3:47 [16]

Concerts and Live performances

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Showcases
Year Date Event Name Venue Location Ref.
2023 March 31 PLUUS +ime is Now Power Mac Center Spotlight Circuit Makati [17]
Concert Participation
Event Name Dates Venue Location Ref.
Manila K-Town Water Concert! April 30, 2023 Remedios Circle Malate, Manila [18]

Fan Meetings

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Event Name Dates Venue Location Ref.
SUMmer PLUUStival May 13, 2023 SM North Edsa Sky Dome Quezon City [19]

Mall shows

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Event Dates Venue Location Ref.
WEGO SUM-All Tour April 29, 2023 Festival Alabang Alabang, Muntinlupa
May 28, 2023 Robinsons Imus Imus, Cavite
June 3, 2023 Ayala Malls Centrio Cagayan de Oro
June 10, 2023 Robinsons Dasmariñas Dasmariñas, Cavite
June 11, 2023 Robinsons Galleria South San Pedro, Laguna
June 17, 2023 Robinsons Sta. Rosa Santa Rosa, Laguna
June 24, 2023 SM City Cebu Cebu [20]
June 18, 2023 Robinsons Las Piñas Las Piñas, Metro Manila
July 1, 2023 Robinsons General Trias General Trias, Cavite
July 9, 2023 Robinsons Lipa Batangas
August 13, 2023 Fisher Mall Malabon Malabon
August 20, 2023 Fisher Mall Quezon Avenue Quezon City
October 14, 2023 SM City Olongapo Central Olongapo
November 18, 2023 Robinsons Antipolo Antipolo
November 19, 2023 SM City Pampanga Pampanga

Awards and nominations

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Name of the award ceremony, year presented, category, nominee of the award, and the result of the nomination
Award ceremony Year Category Nominee / Work Result Ref.
Awit Award 2023 Favorite Group Artist PLUUS Nominated
Rawr Award favorite group PLUUS Nominated
Ppop Awards New boy group of the year PLUUS Nominated [21]
Top Rising Group of the Year PLUUS Won [22]

References

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  1. ^ Anoc, Aimee. "Amazing facts about the SBTown's newest P-pop boy group, PLUUS". www.gmanetwork.com. Retrieved 2023-07-05.
  2. ^ Olaguera, Chriselle (April 4, 2023). "Meet PLUUS, SBTown's latest P-pop boy group". PEP.ph. Archived from the original on 2023-04-18. Retrieved 2023-04-15.
  3. ^ Standard, Manila (2023-04-01). "Pluus: P-Pop's newest boy group". Manila Standard. Archived from the original on 2023-04-18. Retrieved 2023-04-15.
  4. ^ "SBTown's PLUUS holds debut showcase". The Manila Times. 2023-04-13. Archived from the original on 2023-04-15. Retrieved 2023-04-15.
  5. ^ Pagulong, Charmie Joy. "New boy group PLUUS honored to join 'rise of P-pop'". Philstar.com. Retrieved 2023-07-05.
  6. ^ "PLUUS feat. Eh Kasuy Bata! • I Can See Your Voice PH". ABS-CBN Entertainment. September 3, 2023. Retrieved 2023-09-04.
  7. ^ The Freeman (April 18, 2023). "New P-pop group PLUUS releases mini-album". The Freeman.
  8. ^ Manila Bulletin Entertainment (August 23, 2023). "PLUUS is longing for a lost love in new heartbreak ballad 'Missing You'". Manila Bulletin. Retrieved 2023-08-23.
  9. ^ The New Hue (November 23, 2023). "PLUUS Lights Up The P-Pop Scene With Latest Single "Shining Star"".
  10. ^ "P-Pop groups YGIG and PLUUS collaborate for the 1st time for Christmas single 'Maligaya Ang Pasko'". mb.com.ph. Retrieved 2024-01-25.
  11. ^ "[PLUUS] 'AMIGO' Official MV" – via YouTube.
  12. ^ "[PLUUS] 'MY TIME' Official MV" – via YouTube.
  13. ^ "[PLUUS] 'CROSS MY HEART' Official MV" – via YouTube.
  14. ^ "[PLUUS] 'Missing You' Official MV" – via YouTube.
  15. ^ "[PLUUS] 'SHINING STAR' Official MV" – via YouTube.
  16. ^ "[SBTOWN] YGIG, PLUUS 'Maligaya Ang Pasko' Official MV" – via YouTube.
  17. ^ One Music PH Team (March 31, 2023). "SBTown's Newest Boy Group PLUUS to Hold Debut Showcase, Their Time Is Now". One Music. Retrieved 2023-12-26.
  18. ^ "manila.gov.ph/1st-manila-k-town-water-concert/". manila.gov.ph. Retrieved 2024-01-25.
  19. ^ "YGIG successfully held 1st official WeGo Meeting: Heartstruck". Annyeong Oppa. Retrieved 2024-01-25.
  20. ^ "SM City Cebu Happening". loopme.ph. Retrieved 2024-01-25.
  21. ^ "Still the kings: SB19 sweeps 8th PPOP Awards". Daily Tribune. 2 December 2022.
  22. ^ Hicap, Jonathan (December 2, 2023). "Complete list of winners at the 8th Philippine Pop-PPOP Awards". mb.com.ph. Retrieved 2023-12-26.
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