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SB19 to release song ‘MAPA’ this May


Written by Cheska Alferez

After the success of their comeback single “What?” and a historic Billboard Music Awards nomination, SB19 is about to release their new song entitled ‘MAPA’ on May 16 at 7 P.M. Philippine Standard Time, with a music showcase to follow on May 18.

The group previously dropped a teaser showing an image of the Earth with the continents seen on it.

The P-pop group also posted their scheduled activities for this single, including a music showcase on May 18.

“Mapa” is the group’s follow-up track to their March comeback single “What?,” which has now garnered over 9.6 million views since its release.

Members of P-pop group SB19 have paid tribute to their parents before releasing their new song “MAPA” on May 16.

The young artists Justin, Pablo, Stell, Josh, and Ken, posted on May 8 heartwarming photos of their mother and father, and netizens speculated that this has something to do with their upcoming single.

The hashtag #DearMAPA that is used topped the trending topic in the Philippines.

SB19 to release song ‘MAPA’ this May. SB19 will be dropping their new song along with its lyric video on May 16. Around a week later, on May 24, SB19 will be vying for the Top Social Artist title at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards.

As the boys are expected to drop teasers about their new track prior to the May 16 release, Their fans, ATINs, are now in full force for a power vote needed for SB19 to win the Top Social Artist category of the Billboard Music Awards 2021, which has started last May 10.

The Pinoy Pride is battling against the most popular K-pop groups in the world, namely SEVENTEEN, BLACKPINK, and BTS. They’re also vying against international superstar Ariana Grande.

SB19 is the first Filipino act to be nominated in the said category.

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