G22 Talk About Their Proud Moment In China’s ‘Show it All’

G22 showcased their talent on an international stage

P-pop girl group G22 talked about their proud moment when they represented the Philippines in Show It All, a cross-cultural survival show in China.

The pop scene in the Philippines continues to flourish and this genre is now called “P-pop” or Pinoy Pop. Groups belonging to this genre are now being recognized in other countries.

AJ, Alfea, and Jaz of G22 were featured in the April 25 and May 2 episodes of the Lay Zhang-produced Show It All, based on the article in Inquirer. This show aims to create a versatile idol group by developing the vocal, dance, and performance skills of the artists.

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The trio performed their songs Bang, Babalik, and Boomerang. AJ said in an interview that representing the Philippines in the Chinese song is one of their proudest moments. “It’s an honor for us,” she said.

She also said that they felt the rise and the wave of P-pop more and they are happy to be part of it.

When asked about their experience working with Lay Zhang, who is also an EXO member and solo artist, the girls could not help but express “kilig.” Jaz and Alfea said that Lay is a “perfectionist,” especially when it comes to details of the performances of the artists. They also shared that the showrunner made sure that everyone was taken care of.

We were starstruck. He’s very kind. He is very caring and very attentive. I knew of Lay as a perfectionist, so I was very nervous. But when we met him, he was really kind,” AJ shared. Girl group BINI was also part of the show.

In the same interview, G22 also talked about their friendship with artists Yeng Constantino and KZ Tandingan who are also being managed by Cornerstone Entertainment.

Jaz shared that Yeng and KZ help them a lot even behind the scenes. “They’re always there to give us advice. They’ve guided us with our sound too,” she added. She also shared that KZ did the additional vocal arrangements for their debut single Bang while Yeng helped them with their performances and how they should evoke emotions during their performances.

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