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A’TIN celebrates as SB19’s ‘GENTO’ makes its debut on Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales chart

Filipino boy band, SB19, made their debut on the World Digital Song Sales chart with their single “Gento,” making their fans celebrate the group’s feat.

The song entered at No.8, where it ranked as the second-highest debut on the chart this week, just one spot behind K-Pop boy group Enhypen’s new single “Bite Me” which landed at No.7.

This is the group’s first appearance on the chart and their first Top 10 entry on Billboard.

The boy group appeared on the Hot Trending Songs chart of Billboard last year, which is based on the popularity of a song on social media.

Their charting on the World Digital Song Sales chart just proves that the group is just beginning on its way to more recognition and success.

A’TIN, the group’s fandom, is just excited about what’s next for the group:

Some just couldn’t be much prouder than the group:

“GENTO” is the group’s first comeback after the release of their rendition of Eraserheads’ holiday song “CHRISTMAS PARTY” last December 2022.


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