SB19 wins big at 9th Wish Music Awards
SB19 wins big at 9th Wish Music Awards
SB19 wins big at 9th Wish Music Awards
by Daylight Abas15 January 2024
Photo courtesy: Wish 107.5

P-pop supergroup SB19 has proven their power in the P-pop scene as they received several awards during the 9th Wish Music Awards held at the Araneta Coliseum on Sunday, January 14.

SB19’s Josh was present and served as the group’s representative to receive the awards during the star-studded awards show.

On behalf of the other members, Josh received the group's three awards, including the Wish Group of the Year, Wishclusive Pop Performance of the Year, and Wishclusive R&B Performance of the Year.

The group won the two awards for their international dance hit "Gento" and their song “I Want You."

Josh also received two awards as a solo artist, including Wish Breakthrough Artist of the Year and Wishers’ Choice of the Year. While Ken, who goes by the name Felip, was recognized as Wishclusive Hip-Hop Performance of the Year for his solo Rocksta.

During his acceptance speech as he received the award for the group, Josh thanked those who believed in them, sharing the journey of their hit song.

“Gusto lang namin magpasalamat sa lahat talaga ng naniniwala. Itong Gento, honestly, it was just a weird idea na bahala na. Ibibigay natin lahat dito. Kahit weird siya, basta mapakita namin kung sino kami, sino ang SB19,” Josh said.

He also mentioned his other members, especially expressing his gratitude to SB19’s leader Pablo, who wrote and produced the song.

“Pablo, hindi ka basta-basta makakakita ng “gento,” he ended.

The awards gave SB19 a great start to strive more and share their music with the world, especially their fans, the A'TINs, who have been behind their backs to support them throughout.

Meanwhile, SB19 consists of members Josh, Pablo, Stell, Ken, and Justin, who started their journey together and have reached this success with great music and performances in every comeback.

They are known for their hit songs “Gento,” WYAT,” “What,” “Bazinga,” and “Go Up.”

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