SB19 is a five-member Filipino boy band that debuted in 2018, consisting of Josh, Pablo, Stell, Ken, and Justin.[1] They were trained for three years by ShowBT Philippines, beginning in 2016.[2] They are the first Filipino and Southeast Asian act to be nominated in Billboard Music Awards for the Top Social Artist category.[3][4] They are also the first Southeast Asian act to enter the top 10 of Billboard Social 50 weekly and year-end charts.[5][6] SB19 promotes its music as part of Pinoy pop (P-pop)—a popular sub-genre of Original Filipino Music.[7]

SB19
SB19 in 2022 Clockwise from left: Ken, Justin, Josh, Stell, and Pablo
SB19 in 2022
Clockwise from left: Ken, Justin, Josh, Stell, and Pablo
Background information
OriginManila, Philippines
Genres
Years active2018 (2018)–present
Labels
Websitesb19official.com
Members
  • Josh
  • Pablo
  • Stell
  • Ken
  • Justin

NameEdit

The letters in the group name were from the initials of their Korean management company, ShowBT. The number 19 had derived from the addition or subtraction of the country codes of South Korea (82) and the Philippines (63). It symbolized the collaboration of the two countries in the formation of the group.[8] The members themselves, however, used the phrase "Sound Break"—for the goal to "break into the music scene"[9] and improve the quality of Philippine boy groups.

HistoryEdit

2016–2018: Formation and early yearsEdit

SB19 was formed by ShowBT Philippines, the Philippine subsidiary of ShowBT Group in Korea. After the members were selected from hundreds of auditionees during a talent search in 2016, they underwent the same type of training provided to K-pop idols. They were supposed to be performers only on the company's events and activities but CEO Geong Seong Han decided to launch them as a boy group.[10] The group debuted with Josh, Pablo, Stell, Ken, and Justin on October 26, 2018, with the ballad single "Tilaluha". However, their initial efforts at promotions, mostly in schools and malls, were met with a "lukewarm reception".[11]

2019: "Go Up" and rising popularityEdit

SB19's second single "Go Up" was released on July 19, 2019.[12] Pablo described the song as their "last shot" because they had they decided to disband if their career did not progress after.[13] Unexpectedly, they gained public attention after the dance practice video of the song was uploaded which was later shared by a fan on Twitter and Facebook.[14] Opportunities opened and the group started to appear in multiple radio and television outlets, both local and internationally.[15] On December 22, they embarked on their first-ever nationwide 10 city concert tour titled SB19: Get in the Zone, as a follow-up promotion after becoming viral.[16]

On November 20, SB19 became the first Filipino act to appear on the Billboard Next Big Sound chart.[17][18] They also became the first Filipino act to enter the Billboard Social 50, debuting at number 28 on the week of December 28, 2019.[19][20] Jeff Benjamin of Billboard noted that a growing international fanbase had aided their appearance in the chart. He added that "more artists [will] continue to look East for inspiration and a larger audience".[21] Forbes remarked that the localization of ShowBT of the K-pop model is not unique, but SB19 is the first in the Philippines to succeed due to their strategic use of social media—the main factor of SB19's Social 50 chart appearance.[22]

 
SB19 performing "Alab (Burning)" at 6th Wish 107.5 Music Awards in Smart Araneta Coliseum on January 17, 2021

On December 25, Sony Music Philippines announced that SB19 had signed a recording contract with them,[23] and on the same day, the group released their third single, "Alab (Burning)", under the new record label.[24][25]

2020: Get in the ZoneEdit

On March 9, 2020, SB19 has been added to the roster of artists of Spotify's RADAR Program, which supports new artists through marketing campaigns.[26][27][28] The quintet released their debut album Get in the Zone, featuring nine tracks, including three released singles and two unreleased tracks, on July 31, 2020.[29] Two weeks after the release of the album, SB19 achieved its highest position on the Social 50 chart at number two on the week of August 15.[30] A week later, the group peaked at number five on the Emerging Artist chart.[31][32]

On the week of October 24, SB19 appeared on the LyricFind Global—their fourth Billboard chart appearance—with "Go Up" at number 17.[33] On November 28, the group achieved their first top one hit on Billboard, after "Alab (Burning)" debuted at number one on LyricFind Global.[34] "Tilaluha" also debuted at number one on the same chart on the succeeding week.[35]

On November 21, they held their first-ever online concert streamed live via the platform Global Live.[36] It was later re-broadcast on November 28 as a fundraiser event for the communities affected by recent typhoons.[37]

On December 3, SB19 appeared at number six on Billboard Year-End Social 50 chart, making them the first Southeast Asian act to reach the top 10 of the magazine's annual chart.[38] "Love Goes" reached number one on its third week on LyricFind Global on December 19.[39] The following week, "Ikako" made its debut at number one, marking the group's fourth top one hit on the same chart.[40]

2021present: PagsibolEdit

 
SB19 performing "Hanggang sa Huli" at 6th Wish 107.5 Music Awards in Smart Araneta Coliseum on January 17, 2021

On January 6, "Hanggang sa Huli" reached number one on the LyricFind Global.[41] On the week ending January 16, "Wag Mong Ikunot ang Iyong Noo" debuted at number one on the same chart.[42] On the week of January 30, the group earned their seventh number one on the chart with "Go Up".[43]

The group released "What?" on March 9, 2021, as the first single off their upcoming extended play, initially planned to be released in June 2021.[44] On April 24, their first-ever fashion collection, in collaboration with Chynna Mamawal, was released that featured two limited premium sets, shirts, and dresses, all inspired by the single.[45][46]

On April 29, SB19 became the first Filipino and Southeast Asian act to be nominated in Billboard Music Awards for Top Social Artist along with BTS, Blackpink, Ariana Grande, and Seventeen—which BTS won.[47][48] It marked the first-ever appearance of a Filipino artist in the Billboard Music Awards.

Their second pre-release single "Mapa" was released on May 16, 2021 as a tribute for parents.[49] A band version in collaboration with Ben&Ben was released on June 27, 2021.[50] Their first extended play Pagsibol was then released on July 22, 2021.[51]

On August 1, the group held their first concert in 2021 titled Back in the Zone streamed online on KTX which became the top-selling concert on the platform.[52] SB19 performed in the Forte: A Pop Orchestra Concert on October 17 with the SSC Chamber Choir, Battig Chamber Orchestra, and 4th Impact for the benefit of Sr. Baptista Battig Music Foundation scholars.[53]

On October 21, SB19 has been nominated as Best Southeast Asia Act at the 2021 MTV Europe Music Awards.[54]

On November 4, "Bazinga" entered the newly-launched Billboard Hot Trending Songs at number 14 for the 24-hour and number 20 on the weekly.[55] SB19 is the first Filipino artist to debut a track on the chart.

On December 16, National Commission for Culture and the Arts appointed SB19 as new Youth and Sentro Rizal ambassador.[56]

 
SB19 Performing at the Expo 2020 Dubai on March 16, 2022

As part of the celebration of their 3rd anniversary, SB19 released a 6-episode series featuring the group members each, released on WeTV and YouTube.[57] They also held the SB19 2021: Our Zone Third Anniversary Concert on December 18 and 19 streamed live online and later released on WeTV.[58][59]

On the week of December 11, the "Bazinga" reached number one on the Hot Trending Songs.[60] It later becomes the song with the most weeks at number one on the chart surpassing six weeks run of "Butter".[61]

On January 9, 2022, the group performed for their first international music festival representing the Philippines at the 2021 ASEAN-Korea Round Festival with the goal of sharing cultures within the ASEAN region.[62]

 
SB19 First Live Solo Concert by Dunkin' in Smart Araneta Coliseum on April 23, 2022

On March 16, 2022 they attended the Expo 2020 and performed at Dubai Exhibition Centre which marked SB19's first international live performance.[63]

On April 10, 2022, two years during which most live activities have not been allowed because of the COVID-19 pandemic, SB19 headlined the first-ever P-pop Convention (PPOP Con) at Araneta City.[64]

On April 23, 2022, SB19 held their first paid live solo concert at Araneta Coliseum hosted by Dunkin' Philippines.[65]

ArtistryEdit

InfluencesEdit

SB19 has cited second-generation boy groups for inspiration: B2ST, Got7, Big Bang, VIXX, and BTS. Despite their apparent love for Korean music trickling down to their own body of work, SB19 admit they weren't always eager to ride the K-pop wave.[66] Josh was exposed to BoA because of their dancing skills. His music inspirations are GD, Loonie, Gloc-9, Shanti Dope, and Smugglaz. Pablo inspirations are Filipino hip hop artist Loonie and Gloc-9. And he also admires the style of Bigbang’s G-Dragon, Ez Mil, Eminem, and an American rapper, singer, and songwriter NF. He is a strong point of his group and the modern music industry. Stell music inspiration is VIXX. He proudly notes some OPM veterans like Morissette and Sarah G who shaped their music appreciation. Ken's inspirations are Daniel Caesar a Canadian singer and songwriter, Filipino rock band, IV of Spades and Filipino rapper Al James. He admires Japanese rock band One Ok Rock and EXOs soloist Kai. Justin was inspired by the music of Filipino singer-songwriter Michael Pangilinan and GOT7.

Legacy and cultural impactEdit

While Filipino boy and girl groups had been around before SB19, the boy band is credited for "paving the way" for the launch of other music groups displaying a similar level of training, skill, and talent.[67][68]

CultureEdit

On December 16, 2021, The National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), the official government agency for culture in the Philippines under the Office of the President of the Philippines has named SB19 as its newest Youth and Sentro Rizal ambassadors representing Filipino culture and stories in the global scene. The NCCA lauded the group for genuine care for advocacies that uplift the Filipino spirit, music, and culture to the global scene, which is in line with the NCCA's mandate to promote Philippine arts and culture worldwide. Sentro Rizal (SR), the Philippines’ cultural center for overseas Filipinos was formally established by the NCCA on June 28, 2011.[69]

PhilanthropyEdit

SB19 is known for generosity. On January 12, 2020, whenTaal Volcano erupted, the group launched a relief operation to help the eruption victims.[70] On the 5th Wish 107.5 Music Awards, the group won and donated ₱200,000 to their chosen beneficiary, Autism Society Philippines (ASP).[71] On November 28, 2020, SB19 rebroadcast their first-ever virtual concert "Global Live" for Monsoon Relief to raise funds for the communities affected by Super Typhoon Rolly and Typhoon Ulysses.[72]

On October 17, 2021, the group headlined a virtual concert for the benefit of the Baptista Music Foundation, named after Sister Baptista Battig, Order of Saint Benedict (OSB), who was the founder of the Conservatory of Music of Saint Scholastica’s College. The foundation’s vision is to promote a nation culturally developed and united through music and serve as a catalyst for gifted underprivileged youth, and SB19 agreed to perform in this special concert to raise funds for the music scholars that the foundation is supporting.[73]

On January 5, 2022, through the Stan World "Donations S2 Launching Event", a US based Fandom Party World app where fans can party & win rewards for their Stars. By the collective love and support of A'TIN to the multi-awarded P-pop group, under the name of SB19 they donated ₩1,820,000 to the Save the Children Korea (세이브더칠드런), an international NGO that works for children's healthy lives, protection, and education rights.[74]

MembersEdit

  • Josh – lead rapper[75] and sub-vocalist[76]
  • Pablo[a] – leader and main rapper[76]
  • Stell – main vocalist and lead dancer[76]
  • Ken – main dancer[75] and lead vocalist[76]
  • Justin – sub-vocalist[76]
  1. ^ He changed his stage name from Sejun to Pablo in 2021.

DiscographyEdit

FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

Year Title Role Ref.
2020 EX-MAS Themselves [77]
2021 Our Zone Anniversary Series Themselves [78]

Television appearanceEdit

Year Month/Date Program Network Ref.
2018 July–September AJA AJA Tayo (Season 1) TV5 [79]
2019 February–May AJA AJA Tayo (Season 2) [80]
July 19 Unang Hirit GMA [81]
August 7 Letters and Music Net 25 [82]
August 17 I-Witness GMA [83]
September 12 Umagang Kay Ganda ABS-CBN [84]
September 15 ASAP Natin 'To [85]
Rated K [86]
October 10 Tonight with Boy Abunda [87]
October 17 Unang Hirit GMA [88]
October 19 Studio 7 [89]
October 20 Gandang Gabi, Vice! ABS-CBN [90]
October 30 Magandang Buhay [91]
November 16 Daddy's Gurl GMA [92]
November 26 Mars Pa More [93]
November 30 The Clash [94]
December 31 Unang Hirit [95]
2020 January 4 I Can See Your Voice ABS-CBN [96]
January 12 ASAP Natin 'To [97]
January 13 Umagang Kay Ganda [98]
January 19 ASAP Natin 'To [99]
February 16 Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho GMA [100]
March 3 Tonight with Arnold Clavio [101]
March 10 Tonight with Boy Abunda ABS-CBN [102]
It's Showtime [103]
May 3 ASAP Natin 'To [103]
May 4 Unang Hirit GMA [104]
June 29 Letters and Music Net 25 [105]
October 18 Sunday Noontime Live! TV5 [106]
November 10 Lazada 11.11 Super Show Kapamilya Channel [107]
December 11 Lazada 12.12 Super Show [108]
2021 March 20 AJA AJA Tayo sa Jeju [109]
April 29 Unang Hirit GMA [110]
May 9 All Out Sundays [111]
May 15 ASAP Natin 'To ABS-CBN [112]
May 23 ASAP Natin 'To [113]
June 5 Lazada 6.6 Super Show GMA [114]
2022 April 28 Pinoy Big Brother: Kumunity Season 10 Kapamilya Channel/A2Z

Webcast appearanceEdit

Year Date Program Presenter company Ref.
2019 September 15 iWant ASAP Live ABS-CBN Corporation [85]
November 14 Kapuso ArtisTambayan GMA Network [115]
2020 January 12 iWant ASAP Live ABS-CBN Corporation [116]
January 19 [117]
March 7 Myx Presents [118]
July 5 I Feel U [119]
July 10 We Rise Together [120]
July 25 Myx Music Awards 2020 [121]
August MTV Asia Spotlight MTV [122]
August 21 PKS Rewind 2020: The Online Reunion Korean Cultural Center Philippines [123]
August 23 Notes of Hope: 6th Wish Anniversary Digital Concert Wish 107.5 [124]
August 29 33rd Awit Awards Awit Awards (PARI) [125]
December 21 Spotify #2020WRAPPED - Philippines Spotify Philippines [126]
2021 June 5 Padayon: The NCCA Hour National Commission for Culture and the Arts [127]

Other venturesEdit

EndorsementsEdit

Year Product Company Notes Ref.
2019 Netflix PH " Catch Up" Netflix SB19 performing "Go Up" with lyrics based on various Netflix exclusive shows [128]
"Aloe Soothing Mask Sheet" Mulbit Me Mulbit Me is a Korean Skin care company [129]
2020 "Samsung Galaxy A31" Samsung Philippines Awesome Grooves TikTok Challenge [130]
"Pepsi "Sundin ang Puso" Pepsi Philippines SB19 performing "Sundin ang Puso" remix and Pepsi's 77 Dance TikTok Challenge [131][132]
TM "FunSagad" TM TM "FunSagad" advertisements [133]
"Lucky Me Noodles" Monde Nissin Sarang Anghang. Jjamppong and Hot Cheese Ramyun Cup Noodles! [134]
2021 "Nasa Lazada Yan" Lazada Philippines SB19 as Lazada Brand Ambassadors [135]
"Dunkin Donuts" Dunkin Donuts Philippines SB19 performing the revived 1998 "Pasalubong Ng Bayan" jingle in a music video [136]
DunkinPH and SB19 released a two Episode MV entitled "The One", a 2021 new promotional jingle. [137]
"Yopokki" Yopokki SB19 endorses Yopokki a Korean street food Toppokki [138]
"Montbest Natural Mineral Water" Montbest SB19 endorses Montbest Natural Mineral Water, a Korean bottled water brand [139]
"KFC Chicken Chops" KFC Philippines SB19 endorses KFC Original Recipe Chicken Chops. [140]
"SB19 for Acer" Acer Philippines SB19 as Acer Philippines Brand Ambassador [141]
"G Pa Rin ang Pasko" Life Is G! GCash SB19 as GCash brand celebrity [142]
2022 "Lucky Me Jjamppong" Monde Nissin Sarang-Anghang Sarap ng Lucky Me! Jjamppong feat. SB19 [143]

Concerts, tours, and performancesEdit

Concert tours and conventionEdit

 
SB19 at Get In The Zone Nationwide Concert in Cuneta Astrodome on December 28, 2019

LocalEdit

Event Name Dates Venue Location Show(s) Ref.
SB19: Start of the Best

1st Fan Meeting and Mini Concert

December 19, 2018 Teatrino Promenade Metro Manila 1 [144]
December 23, 2018 Gangnam Davao (Fansigning)

NCCC Mall Buhangin

Davao 1
SB19 Fanmeeting in CDO May 31, 2019 Ayala Centrio Mall Cagayan de Oro 1 [145]
SB19: Get In The Zone Nationwide Concert December 22, 2019 Kansilayan Gym Negros Occidental 1 [146]
December 28, 2019 Cuneta Astrodome Metro Manila 1
January 11, 2020 Limketkai Center Cagayan de Oro 1
January 18, 2020 Albay Astrodome Bicol 1
SB19 x A'TIN Fan meeting TBA Newport Performing Arts Theater Metro Manila 1 [147]
Manila Encore Concert TBA Circuit Makati Metro Manila 1 [148]
2022 PPOP CON! April 10, 2022 Araneta Coliseum Metro Manila 1 [149]
Dunkin' presents SB19 Live in Araneta[a] April 23, 2022 Araneta Coliseum Metro Manila 1 [150][151]
  1. ^ Dunkin’ Give In To SB19 Concert has been postponed because of the growing concern brought by the COVID-19 Pandemic. It was rescheduled for April 23, 2022, instead.

InternationalEdit

Event Name Dates Venue Location Show(s) Ref.
SB19 at Expo 2020 Dubai March 16, 2022 Dubai Exhibition Centre (DEC) Dubai, United Arab Emirates 1 [152]

Virtual concerts and conventionsEdit

Event Name Dates Venue Notes Ref.
SB19 Live Stream Global November 21, 2020 Live Stream A Virtual Concert hosted by Global Live [153]
SB19 Monsoon Relief November 28, 2020 Live Stream Re-air of the livestream concert on Global Live with all proceeds donated to the charities assisting flood relief caused by Typhoon Vamco [154]
Back in the Zone: Online Concert August 1, 2021 Live Stream It was held via the ABS-CBN digital venue KTX.ph [155]
Back in the Zone: Online Concert - Replay August 21 & 22, 2021 Live Stream [156]
FORTE : A Pop Orchestra Concert October 17, 2021 Live Stream Online Benefit Concert with the Battig Chamber Orchestra featuring 4th Impact, Nicole Pugeda, Isaac Iglesias, and SSC Chamber Choir. All proceeds from the concert will benefit Sr. Baptista Battig Music Foundation, Inc. Scholars. [157]
SB19 Our Zone: Anniversary Concert November 27, 2021 Live Stream A 2-day live broadcast concert at the Araneta Coliseum via KTX.ph features live performances with band, games, special guests and great activities. [158]
November 28, 2021

Music festivalsEdit

 
SB19 at PhilKorFest 2020 in front of National Museum of Natural History (Manila) on October 31, 2020, wearing modernized Filipino costumes and textiles by local label Balik Batik.[159][160][161]
Event Name Dates Venue Notes Ref.
Hiwaga: UP Fair February 10, 2020 U.P. Sunken Garden, Quezon City The UP Student Council teamed up with O/C Records to host this annual event [162]
G Music Fest Live September 26, 2020 Online Music Festival To celebrate National G Day, Globe presents G Music Fest Live. [163]
YouTube Fan Fest October 11, 2020 Online Music Festival A Virtual Concert hosted by YouTube [164]
PhilKor Fest 2020 -
"We Rise Together"
October 31, 2020 Online Concert Fest 2020 Philippines-Korea Cultural Exchange Festival online [165]
TM Music Fest -
"TM Fun Pasko - Samahang Pina Easy"
December 15, 2020 Online Concert Fest TM Tambayan Christmas Concert online [166]
TikTok Live Music Night -
"X'MAS Edition"
December 20, 2020 Online Concert Fest TikTok Live Music Night [167]
BYE2020 December 31, 2020 Online Concert Fest Virtual Year-ender Party [168]
TM Pusuan: The Love Show February 16, 2021 Online Concert Fest TM Tambayan Valentines Day online concert [169]
Acer Day 2021 August 7, 2021 Online Concert Acer Day celebration [170]
YouTube Fan Fest August 29, 2021 Online Music Festival A Virtual Concert hosted by YouTube [171]
PhilKor Fest 2021 -
"We Stand Together"
September 25, 2021 Online Concert Fest 2021 Philippines-Korea Cultural Exchange Festival online [172]
G Music Fest Live September 26, 2021 Online Music Festival To celebrate National G Day, Globe presents G Music Fest Live. [173]
TM Doble Dekada Piyestang Pina-Easy October 5, 2021 Online Music Fest Free virtual event organized by Filipino cellular giant TM [174]
ROUND FESTIVAL 2021 - ASEANKorea Music Festival January 9, 2022 New Normal Music Fest ROUND is the official name and brand of the ASEAN - Korea Music Festival project.

The program is intended to promote exchanges between Korea and ASEAN countries by utilizing popular music. Presented by KBS.

[175]

Awards and nominationsEdit

InternationalEdit

Award Year[a] Category[b] Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Result Ref.
Billboard Music Awards 2021 Top Social Artist SB19 Nominated [176]
MTV Europe Music Awards 2021 Best Southeast Asian Act SB19 Nominated [177]
SEC Awards - Brazil 2022 Grupo Musical do Ano SB19 Pending [178]
Dabeme Music Awards Group/Band Of The Year SB19 Won [179]
Prêmios Likes Brasil Grupo Do Ano (Group of the Year) SB19 Won [180]
Fandom do Ano (Fandom of the Year) Won
Prêmio Tudo Information Grupo do Ano (Group Of the Year) SB19 Won [181]

LocalEdit

Award Year[a] Category[b] Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Result Ref.
Aliw Awards 2020 Favorite Entertainer of the Year SB19 Won [182]
Awit Awards 2020 Favorite Breakthrough Artist SB19 Won [183]
Best Performance by a Group Recording Artist "Alab" Nominated [184]
2021 Favorite Group Artist SB19 Nominated [185]
Favorite Song "Hanggang Sa Huli" Won
Best Music Video Nominated
Best Performance by a Group Recording Artist Nominated
Box Office Entertainment Awards 2020 Most Promising Recording/Performing Group SB19 Won [186]
Myx Music Awards 2020 Song of the Year "Go Up" Won [187]
Artist of the Year SB19 Won [188]
New Artist of the Year Won
2021 Artist of the Year Won [189]
Song of the Year "Alab" Won
Music Video of the Year Won
Kumu Audience Choice Award SB19 Won
PMPC Star Awards for Music 2020 New Group Artist of the Year SB19 Nominated [190]
2021 Duo/Group Artist of the Year Nominated [191]
Wish Music Awards 2020 Breakthrough Artist of the Year SB19 Won [192]
Wisher's Choice Award Won
Wishclusive Pop Performance of the Year "Go Up" Won [193]
2021 Wish Group of the Year SB19 Won [194]
Wisher's Choice Award Won
Wish Pop Song of the Year "Love Goes" Won
Wishclusive Pop Performance of the Year "Alab" Nominated
2022 Wish Group of the Year SB19 Won [195]
Wisher's Choice Award Won
Wish Pop Song of the Year "What" Won
Wishclusive Pop Performance of the Year "Ikako" Won
Wishclusive Ballad Performance of the Year "Hanggang Sa Huli" Won

Special award(s)Edit

Award Year[a] Category[b] Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Result Ref.
Laguna Excellence Awards 2021 Outstanding Group Artist of the Year SB19 Won
Thomasians' Choice Awards 2021 The Thomasian OPM Jam (OPM Song of the Year) "MAPA" Won [196]
Maharlikang Filipino Awards 2022 Maharlikang Parangal sa Larangan ng Musika, Sine at Telebisyon SB19 Won [197]

Other nominationsEdit

Award Year[a] Category[b] Recipient(s) and nominee(s) Result Ref.
89.5 Star FM Baguio Best of 2020 2020 P-pop Group of the Year SB19 Won [198]
OPM Song of the Year "Hanggang sa Huli" Won
CICP Spotlight Awards 2020 Facebook Superstars SB19 Won [199]
Entertainment Champion Nominated
2021 Twitter Superstars Won [200]
Entertainment Champion Won
Nylon Manila BBB Awards 2021 Favorite P-pop Group SB19 Won [201]
Gen-Z Approved Hit "What" Won
PH TikTok Awards 2021 Top Celebrity Award SB19 Won [202]
P-pop Awards for Young Artist 2019 Most Favorite Pop Boy Group of the Year SB19 Won [203]
2020 Performing Group of the Year Won [204]
Pop Inspirational Song of the Year "Ikako" Won [205]
2021 P-pop Song of the Year "MAPA" Won [206]
Push Awards 2020 Original Song of the Year "Go Up" Nominated [207]
2021 Push Music Personality of the Year SB19 Nominated [208]
RAWR Awards 2019 Favorite Group of the Year Won [209]
2020 Breakthrough Artist of the Year Won [210]
Favorite Group of the Year Won
Favorite Performer of the Year Won
Fan Club of the Year A'TIN Won
Song of the Year "Alab" Won
2021 Song of the Year "MAPA" Won [211]
Favorite Performer SB19 Won
Favorite Group Won
Royal Pride Won
Fan Club of the Year A'TIN Won
TAG Awards Chicago 2021 Band of the Year SB19 Won [212]
TV Series Craze Awards 2020 Breakthrough Artist of the Year SB19 Won [213]
Fastest Rising Boygroup Won
Village Pipol Choice Award 2020 Group Performer of the Year Won [214]
Fandom of the Year A'TIN Won
2021 Group Performer of the Year SB19 Won [215]
Fandom of the Year A'TIN Won
Fashion Influencer of the Year Ken Suson Won [216]
2022 Group Performer of the Year SB19 Won [217]
Fandom of the Year A'TIN Won
Composer of the Year Pablo Nase - "MAPA" Won [218]
Fashion Influencer of the Year Ken Suson Won

NotesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d Indicates the year of ceremony. Each year is linked to the article about the awards held that year, wherever possible.
  2. ^ a b c d Awards in certain categories do not have prior nominations and only winners are announced by the jury. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in this list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.

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