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1st One comeback with latest single ‘Shout Out’

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After a three-month hiatus, P-Pop group 1ST.ONE is back. Their latest single, SHOUT OUT, is here alongside a music video that takes you back into history. Dancing on a battlefield while dressed in Combat Wear to represent valiant soldiers. The dance track is more than simply a catchy banger; it also has a more profound significance.

According to FIRST ONE ENTERTAINMENT, the song SHOUT OUT is an appropriate homage to the Filipino soldiers who fought alongside Korean soldiers during the Korean War. (1950-1953).

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“Not everyone is aware, but for a brief historical background, in 1950, about 7,500 combat troops known as the Philippines expeditionary forces to Korea or PEFTOK (The4th most significant force under the United Nations command) were sent to defend South Korea from a communist invasion by North Korea.” –First One Management

Ace, the leader of 1ST.ONE said this when asked about the inspiration behind the Tagalog Lyrics of the track:

“I wrote the lyrics wanting to thank and pay a great tribute to our soldiers. I wrote the songs thinking of how our great soldiers would have felt in the heat of battle. How they would have thought or how they would have felt not knowing if they would still get to see their loved ones after the war.

I wanted to write the hopes and dreams of those soldiers who never got their voices heard. And I think we owe a great deal of gratitude to our soldiers from the past and until now. Because without them, we might not be living the lives we have now.”

The music video has now hit over 1.3 million views mark only a few days after it has been released. You can now stream SHOUT OUT here.

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