“A super typhoon is coming! Here’s why BGYO is the newest P-Pop group to watch out for”

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Brace yourselves, P-Pop fans! A super typhoon is coming your way! 

After months of waiting, Star Hunt Academy Boys are set to officially debut as a P-Pop group called BGYO. 

On Twitter, Star Hunt Academy shared a teaser of what appears to be the logo of BGYO captioned with “012920” which seemingly hints at the debut launch of the group. 

The announcement of the group’s launch took over the internet by storm — climbing to the second spot of the most-talked-about topics on Twitter Philippines.

Composed of members JL, Gelo, Nate, Mikki, and Akira, the boys have been making waves online for their takes on various K-Pop hits. 

Last year, the boys’ performance of K-Pop group Seventeen’s “Let Me Hear You Say” caught the attention of fans. 

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But BGYO is not your typical P-Pop group as it has undergone rigorous training under both Filipino and Korean coaches. 

BGYO has garnered praises from fans on various occasions for showcasing unparalleled vocals and synchronized moves during their many appearances on different ABS-CBN shows over the past couple of months.

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Watch their take on Sarah Geronimo’s songs in the video below:

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Last August, BGYO — then-called SHA Trainees — performed at the KPopCONPH. 

Star Hunt Academy trainees heading to #KPopConPH​

BGYO’s male counterpart is called BINI which had its pre-debut last year with a release of the reimagined version of the Smokey Mountain hit “Da Coconut Nut.” 

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