SB19’s ‘Go Up’ peaks at no. 1 on Billboard’s LyricFind Global chart
P-pop group SB19 once again claimed the top spot on Billboard’s LyricFind Global chart with “Go Up,” making it their seventh song to rank first on the said list.
“‘Go Up’ is now our 7th song to take the top spot of this chart. Keep being amazing, A’TIN!” the group announced on Instagram yesterday, Jan. 26.
“Go Up,” which is the group’s second single, was released in 2019. While it peaked at number one only this week, “Go Up” has appeared before on the said chart.
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Earlier this month, SB19’s hit single “Hanggang Sa Huli” also peaked at the top spot while their other hit, “‘Wag Mong Ikunot ang Iyong Noo,” debuted at number one in mid-January.
Prior to the said songs, SB19’s other hits, namely “Alab,” “ikako,” “Love Goes” and “Tilaluha,” have all ranked first on the said chart in different weeks.
The LyricFind charts rank the top-trending lyric searches through LyricFind’s syndication service, according to Billboard.
Apart from hitting top spots on the chart, SB19 has also made a name for itself on Billboard by ranking 6th among the Top Social 50 Artists of 2020, making them the only Filipino act to get into the said list.
Aside from these chart-topping achievements, the group also recently marked another milestone through a collaboration with the acclaimed boys’ love series “Gameboys,” where their song “Hanggang Sa Huli” was featured in the show’s season two teaser.
SB19, composed of Sejun, Josh, Stell, Ken and Justin, was trained by a Korean entertainment company before debuting in the Philippines in 2018. JB
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