ABS-CBN is grateful and overjoyed with the warm reception of netizens to its “Feel Good Pilipinas” dance video featuring “Asia’s Soul Supreme” KZ Tandingan and P-Pop boy group BGYO composed of Mikki Claver, JL Toreliza, Akira Morishita, Nate Porcalla, and Gelo Rivera.
The new dance challenge premiered on May 16 on “ASAP Natin ‘To,” which can be watched nationwide on free TV via TV5 by rescanning any digital TV boxes, like the TVplus box.
The goal of “Feel Good Pilipinas” is to spread light and joy and inspire Filipinos to find ways to be happy and to connect with each other despite the challenges we are facing in this pandemic.
YouTube user Jahna Dane Abucal said that ABS-CBN proved once again its mettle in creating catchy songs.
“Always the best mag-produce ng mga kanta ang ABS-CBN. Natupad na ang isa sa mga wish ng BGYO na maka-collab si ate KZ. Congrats!”
Mae Samson also appreciated the message of the dance anthem.
“Andaming nangyayari ngayon. Thank you for this mga Kapamilya. Sobrang refresher nito sa mga stress na nangyayari. Lahat tayo ay maging light and joy ng bawat isa, Kapamilya.”
As for netizen RYAJ DEE, the new dance video shows that there’s no stopping ABS-CBN in giving quality content even without a franchise.
“Despite not having a franchise, ABS-CBN is still producing such amazing content.”
ABS-CBN will next launch a full music video for “Feel Good Pilipinas” in the coming days that will feature inspiring stories of hope.
Meanwhile, after the trending showcase of the “Feel Good Pilipinas” dance moves by Kapamilya stars led by KZ and BGYO in “ASAP Natin ‘To,” the “Your Face Sounds Familar Season 3” family also accepted the dance challenge, which will spread in other ABS-CBN shows. Pinoys are also encouraged to join in the fun and spread the good vibes by joining the “Feel Good Pilipinas” dance challenge on social media by uploading their videos using the hashtag #FeelGoodPilipinasDance.
Watch the “Feel Good Pilipinas Dance Video” on the Facebook page, YouTube channel, and website of ABS-CBN Entertainment.