P-Pop group BGYO and Liza Soberano teaming up for a music video? The unexpected duo that we never knew needed has arrived in a major way.
Weeks after announcing P-Pop group BGYO’s hiatus to prepare for their comeback, they’re finally in the eye of the storm again with their newest single, The Baddest. Spitting bars, killing it with their visuals, and their choreo, BGYO is indeed back. The teasers alone for The Baddest were enough to get us hyped up, with not just one but three concepts. BGYO’s new look and braver sound had us at the edge of our seats. Below, read up on 5 of the best moments on BGYO’s The Baddest MV that had us on edge until the very end.
1. THEIR NEW MOVES
BGYO’s new choreo is more subtle and suave this time around that you can’t even pinpoint who the main dancer is. The answer? ALL OF ‘EM. In sync and on beat, BGYO has been making a lot of major moves.
2. SPITTING BARS IN FILIPINO
Finally, hearing BGYO rap in Filipino? Sounds pretty bad-ass to us, and we’re expecting to hear more and more bars like this in their upcoming EP.
3. WHEN THEY FLEXED THEIR BARONGS
Again, suave and subtle has always been BGYO’s game. Flexing their roots, the boys walked like don’t-mess-with-’em mafia bosses in matching suits and barongs.
4. LIZA SOBERANO’S CAMEO
“Hello boys.” Aces have been tweeting their conspiracy theories the moment BGYO dropped their teaser. At the end of their song title reveal video, a female voice can be heard asking if they’re “ready.” Lo and behold, the mystery is no more as Liza joins BGYO for The Baddest MV as one of the head “secret agents,” Binibining Haliya.
5. THE POST-APOCALYPTIC CGI AND CLIFFHANGER
You know your MV’s gonna be fire when you have explosive effects, fashion on point, and yes, the CGI. BGYO’s been dancing with danger more than ever with The Baddest, and honestly, we can’t wait for more. For now, we’re just waiting for the second part, because we have so much questions with that cliffhanger ending.
You can watch BGYO’s The Baddest MV below:
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