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On September 25, , three months after the smash of their first single, they released another single called “No Games”. This page was last edited on 11 March , at Leave Them Be along with its official video on YouTube. This article needs additional citations for verification. Roa said that the group will still be the same “with or without him”.
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This page was last edited on 11 Marchat This article needs additional citations for verification. On November 7,JRoa announced his intent to leave the group to focus on his solo musical career after releasing just one album in the label and appearing in several songs with the collective. On Januarythe collective scored their first Billboard Philippine Top 20 hit entitled “No Games” which entered the local chart and peaked at number 10 after several weeks.
On September 25,three months after the smash of their first single, they released another single called “No Games”. Other members like Flow-G accepted Roa’s decision and pledged to support him on his future plans.
After the event, speculations swirled online regarding the alleged use of the beat without permission; Ex Battalion explained and admitted that they haven’t purchased the exclusive rights of the beat which they only got from the producer’s YouTube channel. On December 6,ed released “Tell Me” as their another single featuring social media personality and gravure model Toni Fowler in the track’s music video.
John Roa previously known as JRoaO. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. On March 12,the collective released their new single entitled “SouthBoys” on YouTube in another collaboration with O.
Ex Battalion feat. JRoa, Emcee Rhenn, Flow-G, Brando & Bosx1ne Concert Setlists |
Ex Battalion Music present Viva Records present. The video became the number one trend in the YouTube PH platform several hours after the upload.
Retrieved March 13, JRoa’s vocals was featured in the hook of their first single that became their first hit entitled “Kakaiba” that was released on the same month.
However, Billboard Philippines then ceased from publishing weekly charts. Retrieved January 4, Ex Battalion perform in July ; from left to right: OnEx Battalion was firstly formed and founded by Bosx1ne and rap battle emcees Jekkpot and Cent as a rap battle group, they had joined several barangay rap battles before being into music.
The collective was originally formed as a musical group by Bosx1ne, who mostly writes the hooks of each of their songs and Flow-G. Roa said that the group will still be the same “with or without him”. Nowadays, they are dubbed as the most successful mainstream hip-hop collective in the country with a total of over million music video hits on YouTube. Due to the massive attention, the track also rose up the charts, peaking at number 2 on the Philippine Top 20 and at number 10 on the Philippine Hot in just one week.
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Choosing Nobodyafter signing a management contract. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The first three members are former reality talent show participant JRoa, Flow-G and their founder Bosx1ne. Retrieved from ” https: Filipino hip hop groups Hip hop collectives Musical groups established in Filipino rappers. Leave Them Be along with its official video on YouTube.
Retrieved August 17, They eventually recruited several artists to join their group after bosc1ne release. Views Read View source View history. The track was inspired by DJ Khaled ‘s ” I’m the One “, and it immediately debuted in the Philippine Top 20 chart at number 5, their second hit single appearing on the chart.