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Get pumped for BINI’s latest album, ‘Feel Good’

Get pumped for BINI’s latest album, ‘Feel Good’

In Photo: Members of BINI | Source: ABS-CBN Corporation

The BINI fever continues with the Pinoy Pop girl group’s latest album, ‘Feel Good.‘ Released on Thursday, September 29, this long play includes seven tracks that immediately won a myriad of hearts. It came nearly a year ago after the launch of ‘Born To Win,’ BINI’s first studio album in 2021.

Composed of eight members, namely Aiah, Colet, Maloi, Gwen, Stacey, Mikha, Jhoanna, and Sheena, BINI is in full blast with their vocal prowess as rising P-pop stars. In fact, just after the release of their sophomore album, ‘Feel Good,’ it already gained the top spot on iTunes. All of its seven songs succeeded in getting it to the Top 15 Song Chart. But more than that, the album also received features on the “New Music Daily,” “Future Hits,” and “Absolute OPM” playlists. 

The versatile act never stops as the youthful Filipinas simultaneously dropped a music video for one of their original tracks. ‘Strings’ MV made the rounds after BINI’s 2nd Album Live Salubong on their official YouTube channel. This song is written by the “nation’s girl group” themselves, along with Robert Perena and the song’s producer, ABS-CBN Music creative director Jonathan Manalo. It featured a brilliant and fiercer choreography, which showcased another commendable BINI performance in terms of their music and overall visuals.

Meanwhile, to celebrate this milestone, BINI is in preparations for their highly-anticipated ‘Feel Good’ Live Album Showcase on October 28. This mini-concert will surely fire the crowd’s enthusiasm with BINI’s impressive comeback. The live performance takes place at SM North Edsa Skydome with Benedix Ramos, Jordan Andrews, and Maki on the pre-show. Feel Good passes are still up for purchase at SM Tickets.

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Way to go, BINI, our newest star! Get live updates of the female P-pop act’s media tour appearances through visiting their social media accounts. 

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