Black Pink Is Ready To Dominate The World Again

By Mirachelle Joya | April 11, 2019 09:39 PM EDT


Black Pink is on it again with their new release, "Kill this love" that hit the Spotify's Global Top 50 chart. According to Spotify, Kill this love reach chart #4, the highest rank among all k-pop artists. Not to mention that they also made a buzz in the YouTube world. In just 24 hours upon release of their music video, it already reached 56.7 million viewers and in less than 3 days, it earned 100 million views. And its album received 2x Platinum Certification on QQ Music China which made them the first K-Pop Girl Group to received such award and is also the fastest music video to reach its milestone in under three days since its release in April 4.

Black Pink is consisting of four charming and talented South Korean stars formed by the YG Entertainment, Jisoo, Jennie, Lisa and Rose and they just debuted last August 8th 2016. With over 600,000 tweets by Blinks after Coachella released their full lineup and of course, Black Pink is included in their list. Our favorite Korean Girl Group is expected to perform on April 12 and April 19 together with other big stars like Ariana Grande, The 1975, DJ Snake and a whole lot more. They will be the first female K-pop to perform at Coachella.

When I say, Black Pink will dominate the world, I mean it literally. They are expected to tour all over the world this year. Although they have not announced yet the full list of countries they will be visiting, Jakarta, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Taipei, Manila, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore are the confirmed lucky countries that will be experiencing the fire that Black Pink brings.

2019 is surely a promising year for the two-year-old girl group. With Jennie's successful solo debut, YG Entertainment confirmed that each of the four girls will be having their solo debut with Rose as the next to release her own music. YG Entertainment also spill the deal about Black Pink's signing with the US label which made them open for more opportunities internationally.

We are so proud of the achievements these girls received. All their hard work are paid off. Imagine what they can bring as they grow older. They are definitely "A global stars in the making" as described by John Janick, Chairman, and CEO of Interscope Geffen A&M. We are excited to see what this group can bring again.



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