7 Songs From P-Pop Groups That Show How Grateful They Are To Their Fans

Nothing like the love between artist and fan.

From SB19 to BINI, these songs from P-pop groups express all the love and gratitude these artists have for each other, their fans, and the music and magic they all make together.

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One of the most unique things about loving music these days is how connected musicians are to their supporters and fans—for the better, for the most part. It allows both artists and fans to develop a bond together through music and understand each other in certain ways. Among the feelings cultivated between them, gratitude rises high as artist and fan both help each other keep going.

And in shows of gratitude, musicians often write and perform songs that show just how much they love their fans. Endlessly thankful P-pop groups are no exception. From fan songs to tracks about the band’s journey and tunes imparting reassurance and strength, these seven tracks from HORI7ON, SB19, BINI, G22, Press Hit Play, BGYO, and VXON mean something special to both artist and their ever-supportive fans.


The seven young members of global group HORI7ON bare their love for their fans in aptly-named Salamat, a pre-debut single that serves as a letter of love and gratitude to their ANCHORs—their fans that have supported them. Salamat captures the emotions felt all throughout HORI7ON’s journey from survival show Dream Maker to all the milestones they’ve achieved since they debuted.


SB19’s ever-rising popularity as a pioneer P-pop group shows no sign of stopping, but they’ve always sought to remain grounded and thankful for the opportunities they’ve been given. SLMT is a fun, upbeat track that expresses the 5-member group’s thanks to the people that have believed in them. Why is the title missing an A, you ask? That’s because the A is their fans, their A’TIN.

8 – BINI

Eight-member girl group BINI offers lovely lyrics and a sweet message of strength in 8, a cut from their debut album Born To Win. Singing about standing strong despite the doubt and working together towards their dreams, BINI promises to stay together until the end: “Walo hanggang dulo.” The sentiment has become a popular saying among their fandom of BLOOMs.


The recently-released Musika cover by G22 is their first project as a trio after member Bianca left in September. Musika is originally by singer-songwriter Dionela, but G22 added new meaning to the song as they provide reassurance to their fans that they fully intend to continue making music and connecting with their fans together.


It’s all for you, all for you / Bituin aabutin, because of you,” four-member P-pop band Press Hit Play sings. Sambit is a heartwarming song telling the story of the band’s journey—all the struggles and the challenges. It emphasizes how much they value all those who stuck by them and the love, encouragement, and support it takes to reach a dream.


This uplifting and catchy song is like if BGYO themselves are holding your hand through life. Through lyrics like “Sakin ka muna magpahinga” and “Humingang malalim tumingin sa akin / Kasama mo ako di ka mabibigo,” the 5-member P-pop band conveys inspiration and encouragement as they remind fans of their value. Panahon exemplifies what fans mean when they say “this song is so healing.”


A promise to hold on despite uncertainty, VXON’s Dulo is an emotional ballad celebrating their first year in the industry. Written by Franz, the group’s lyricist and composer, Dulo highlights the relationship they formed with each other as members and the one they formed with the people who have supported and stayed with them. “Continue to trust,” they say in a clip in the video, “and we will give everything we have.”

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10 New Songs That We’re Adding To Our Playlist

Take a look at all our latest song discoveries and the artists worth listening to!

On the lookout for more Filipino music to appreciate? We collated newly-released songs from young rising artists—along with musicians we know and love—to add to our playlist.

If there’s anything we, Filipinos, can get along with, it’s that sense of Filipino pride whenever we see talented people thriving in their passion for music. There’s undeniable talent everywhere and it’s important to appreciate them every once in a while.

It’s not easy producing and recording music at a time like this. While most have taken a break from tours, concerts, and music in general, these artists are coming through with new tracks that will surely get you vibing.

Here are the rising Filipino artists and the new music releases that are worth adding to your playlist.

Outlaws – Nameless Kids

Nameless Kids is a pop-indie band comprised of five multi-talented individuals, Nhiko Viktor Sabiniano, Kyle Perry, Jason de Mesa, Kim Allen, and Imay Alconaba. Their first single, Outlaws, was inspired by the popular biker gang TV series, Sons of Anarchy

Cake 4 Breakfast – Annette, Subzylla

You know you’ve had a good time when you’re having cake for breakfast. This track by Annette and Subzylla is a slow R&B jam that’s perfect for chill listening.

Kyusi – Zild

Singer-songwriter Zild Benitez is emerging as his own person away from IV of Spades with his recent track, Kyusi. It’s a refreshing track that will take you back to the simpler days. Read our full, exlusive interview with Zild here.

The Light – BGYO

By now, you would already know that we’re raving about BGYO’s debut single, The Light. And it’s definitely on repeat on our playlist. Take a look at our review of the song here, and an exclusive interview with the BGYO boys here.

Giddyup – 13C

13C is a three-piece band comprised of Davy, Ichi, and Flo. These Cebuano musicians are definitely the new band you need to watch out for. Take a listen to their song, Giddyup.

Luna – DonWilson

DonWilson is a young, emerging musician from Lipa. His latest release, Luna is our personal favorite when we just want to sit back, relax, and listen to chill music.

til forever – firegod

We’re loving til forever by the dynamic duo, firegod (Fern Tan and Justin Punzalan). It’s sure to guarantee LSS and frankly? We don’t even mind one bit. It’s a stripped back song that will get you mindlessly swaying.

Tama Ni Dzai – Edray Tedroso

Edray Tedroso sure knows how to release bops we can sing along with. Her recent release, Tama Ni Dzai perfectly explains what it’s like to fall in love.

Kwentuhan – Autotelic

Autotelic reminds us of the importance of human connection with their new track, Kwentuhan. It’s a song that will make you feel a sense of nostalgia and a reminder that good communication is the key to maneuvering in the new normal.

How Many – Guapdad 4000, !llmind

Guapdad 4000 is a Fil-Am hip hop artist who was the first signed artist of PARADISE RISING (88rising’s sister label.) And we can’t forget to mention that he’s a Grammy nominee! Show some love for his single, How Many with fellow Filipino, !llmind.