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BGYO Debuts New Song At Miss Universe PH Event

BGYO Debuts New Song At Miss Universe PH Event


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The rising Pinoy Pop Boyband BGYO has debuted their new song, “Kulay” during the national costume show of the Miss Universe Philippines pageant on September 23, 2021.

The pageant organization announced in its official Instagram account that BGYO will participate in the preliminary event which aims on highlighting Filipino artistry. “One of the biggest breakout P-Pop groups of the year is bringing new colors to the Universe. Stay tuned and show your support for Filipino artistry,” Miss Universe PH group said.

“Kulay,” which was co-written by Kikx Salazar and Nhiko Victor, will first be heard at the national costume show which will be streamed on the YouTube channel of

BGYO is a Filipino Boyband under and produced by ABS-CBN’s Star Hunt Academy along with their girl group counterpart BINI, who were trained for almost two years.

The group is composed of 5 members; Gelo (leader), Akira (lead vocalist), JL (main vocalist), Mikki (main rapper), and Nate (main dancer).

The group’s participation in the Miss Universe Philippines event preceded the group’s joint concert with BINI on November 6 and 7.


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