There’s a new Pinoy pop group to watch out for. And rightfully so, because this particular boyband is so good that the members can excite even on paper.
Consider the lineup. There’s lead singer Ethan David, 19 years old but no stranger to Pinoy pop, having trained and gained experience as one of the lead singers of the boy group Nitro.
And the brothers BJ and Gas Sy, aged 17 and 12, both growing up around some of the most talented dancer-performers in the biz. Their mom is Teacher Georcelle of G-Force.
Their cousin Jonric Reyna, 20, and similarly exposed to the same because of his proximity to his cousins.
And Rey Cariaso, 22 years old, who’s into performing and music all of his young life and eventually trained with G-Force.
And they’re the young, talented personnel that’s behind Boiz will be Boiz, the latest Pinoy pop group that aims to make a splash with its vibrant music and electrifying performances. The group released its debut single “I Wanna Know” on July 29.
The band’s first pop single is a mid-tempo groover. This R&B-inflected pop number, written by Jin Chan and produced by NEXXFRIDAY serves as the launching point for more exciting things from singers Ethan David, siblings Gas and BJ, Jonric and Rey.
And judging by the way the Boiz’s look, move and sound, there’s a strong likelihood that every Gen Z will hear about them soon because primarily, the members themselves are of that generation. They’re into TikTok, into video games (Gas said that he’s into Valorant) and basically like hanging out as a group. And asked what they’re like as a group, each answered:
“Makulit and fun kasi whenever we are preparing for something we would always have moments where we would just be doing random stuff and laugh about it and then the entire process doesn’t seem like work,” said Rey.
“Fun and light. Whenever we have training, we really don’t treat it as work,” said Ethan, adding “what we do is our passion.”
“We’re makulit and very talkative,” chimed in BJ.
As to what makes them stand out with other P-pop groups, Jonric said, “we’re trying to put together our own flavor on Ppop music that we hope listeners will like.”
“We came from a very dance-oriented background and our knowledge from performing is taught by the best; by G-Force,” said Rey. “A new fresh sound for Pinoy pop,” added Ethan.
“Our style,” interjected Gas.
As a group, Boiz will be Boiz all agreed that Ppop fans can look forward to good performances, and surprises as far as presentation is concerned. And of course, new music “that’s really exciting” said Ethan.
“Fun and playful performances,” the Boiz will be Boiz reiterated.