Breakout P-Pop girl group BINI continues to uplift listeners with its music and latest single “Kapit Lang,” which vibrant, color-splashed music video has now reached over 320,000 views on YouTube.
The upbeat track captured the attention of netizens, who are all praises for the track’s timely message about maintaining a positive mindset and staying strong amid challenging times gaining numerous comments and rave reviews online.
BINI, who made its official debut as a group in June, released “Kapit Lang” as its second single for the “Born to Win” era. Recently, the group reached another milestone for “Born to Win” after the hit debut single earned over 500,000 streams on Spotify and over one million views on YouTube.
Apart from its upcoming debut album and sibling concert with BGYO this year, BINI and its brother group are gearing up for their first live performance in front of their international fans. They will be taking the stage along with other Filipino artists for the 1MX ultimate music festival in Dubai on Dec. 3.
Meanwhile, fans worldwide can still get their tickets to One Dream: The BINI & BGYO Concert happening on Nov. 6 and 7. SVIP tickets are available for P1,950 or US$39.99, which includes access to the two shows and fan meet on KTX.PH. VIP tickets, meanwhile, will be sold at P1,490 or US$29.99 on KTX.PH, iWantTFC, and TFC IPTV and will provide access to the two shows.
Fans can also watch the sibling groups’ docu-series called One Dream: The BINI & BGYO Journey, which is currently streaming for free for iWantTFC users in the Philippines. With a new episode streaming every Saturday at 10:00 p.m., the nine-episode series presents the pre- and post-launch journey of both groups – from the adjustments and sacrifices they made while training and immersing in the idol life, and their preparations for their upcoming sibling concert.
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