Combined with the visuals that the music video served, SB19’s Gento also appears to give a nod to not just the struggle of the Mahalima themselves but also that of the ordinary folk.
SB19’s ‘Nyebe’ is a reminder that ‘White Christmas’ isn’t wonderland
More than just showing what went on behind the scenes of their world tour, the Nyebe visualizer encapsulated and highlighted the longing, and sadness of living and working overseas.
Why SB19’s ‘Mapa’ makes us cry
Here’s a journalist’s take on why SB19’s Mapa will always be a tearjerker.
#Kapangyarihan hits hard: Ben&Ben x SB19 round 2
By its sheer title alone, the track “Kapangyarihan” stands out as the boldest and most powerful track in the album. This Ben&Ben composition which was originally released months ago was enhanced, and displayed even more grit, by introducing into the new version SB19’s own rap parts, with bars that simply spit fire. Ben&Ben deftly held the new version all together in denouncing the abuse of power.
Weighing in on SB19’s “WHAT?”
And so as not to confuse their patriotism, the cry of “PILIPINAS” is heard loud and clear. The last line reads “di na magpapaawat, iwawagayway na ang watawat,” and the song finally rests on a relic of the Murillo-Velarde map that is a testament to the country’s ownership of the West Philippine Sea.