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Josh Cullen embraces creativity and independence with new single ‘Get Right’

In a thrilling music revelation on December 16, Friday, P-pop sensation Josh Cullen of SB19 showed his creative independence with his new single “Get Right.” Collaborating with Ocho the Bullet and UK indie sensation, No Rome, Josh explores uncharted territory, embracing his solo journey with a stunning mix of EDM, hip-hop, and hyper-pop.

‘Get Right’ releaseThe event, held at Lust Nightclub Quezon City, featured Cullen’s music video along with a live performance from the 30-year-old P-pop artist showing his dance and lyrical talent, and sharing the creative work behind the project.

Accompanied not just by fans, the event was also met with the presence of Josh’s friends in the industry such as Pop band The Juans, VJ Ai Dela Cruz, and Tiktok personality Arshie Larga who each gave a congratulatory speech to the singer and the success of the MV release.


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Josh shared that the lyrics of “Get Right” serve as a success in the declaration of his re-entry into the music scene. In his own words, he shares, “It’s a declaration of my return, confidently showcasing my understanding of the game.” With resilience and self-assurance, he navigates while better understanding the music industry, making a bold statement about his presence and artistic identity. The single stands as a departure from his previous style, showcasing a fusion of genres that highlights his musical evolution.


‘Get Right’ releaseSpeaking of his evolution in his identity, Josh also shared after an inquiry on his new Tattoo the meaning behind it, revealing that it’s the head of a girl vampire with a plague doctor headdress and a hand below the head.

“The doctor plague headdress symbolizes the people who were poisoned by the system – the hands represent the people who are consistent in pulling me down.” Josh explained.

‘Get Right’ releaseTaking charge not only in the music creation but also in directing the accompanying visuals, Cullen sets the scene in Los Angeles. Reflecting on the creative process, he shares, “I just went with the flow and let my creativity run wild during those times.” The music video captures the essence of the city’s laid-back, cosmopolitan lifestyle as Cullen and friends enjoy the warmth and freedom associated with the location.

The production process unfolds as a collaborative effort, with Ocho the Bullet contributing to a bass-heavy drop that surpasses expectations. Co-producer No Rome injects an explosive energy, and in Cullen’s words, “His input added this insane energy to the whole process. He really brought some fire to the table.” The result is a dynamic and visually stunning piece that reflects Cullen’s artistic vision.

“Get Right” is now available on all digital platforms, inviting listeners to witness not only Cullen’s return but also his bold evolution as a solo artist. As the music video prepares to premiere on Josh Cullen’s official YouTube page on December 15, 2023, at 7:00 p.m., audiences can anticipate a musical experience that marks a significant chapter in Josh Cullen’s pop narrative.



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