P-pop group SB19 has reached international heights as they released latest hit "Alab (Burning)" on Korean music streaming platforms Melon and Naver Music on January 24.
Melon is Korea’s biggest online music store and streaming service while Naver Music is operated by Korea's leading mobile service operator, Naver.
CEO Robin Geung aka Tatang Robin of Korean entertainment company ShowBT Corp. included in his announcement his hopes to expand the group's fandom called A'tin (pronounced ey-tin) by building an audience in South Korea. "There will be many A'TIN in Korea," he said.
"Alab" was released on Christmas day last year as the group's third single after "Tilaluha" and "Go Up". It's also available on Spotify, Deezer, Google Play Music, and Youtube Music.
The official music video of "Alab" was released earlier this month and has become a hit with A'tins due to its challenging choreography.
SB19 members Sejun, Josh, Justin, Ken and Stell (who's recovering from an onstage injury) will perform "Alab", among others, in a two-day concert in the Iloilo Convention Center on February 1 to 2 as part of their Get in the Zone Nationwide Concert.
SB19 recently won the Group Performer of the Year and Fandom of the Year awards from the Village Pipol (VP) Choice Awards and, moreover, Wishclusive Pop Performance of the Year, Breakthrough Artist of the Year, and Wisher’s Choice Awards from Wish Music Awards.