Rescheduling a music video after recording a new song
Girl group BLACKPINK (Jisoo, Jennie, Rose, Lisa) will be back in June.
BLACKPINK confirmed its comeback in June. He has finished recording his new song, and is coordinating the schedule for the music video.
Black Pink’s comeback is expected to take place between early June and mid-June as the music video shoot, the final step in the release of the new album, takes place in May.
BLACKPINK’s comeback comes a year and two months after its release in April last year, “KILL THIS LOVE,” which also raises interest in the new history they will write.
BLACKPINK recorded more than 200 million views of all title music videos released so far, including its debut song “Whistle” (400 million views), “Boombaya” (800 million views), “Playing with Fire” (400 million views), “As If It’s Your Last” (700 million views), “DDU-DU DDU-DU-DU” (1.1 billion views), “K” (800 million views), and Jenny solo songs).
Including eight title song music videos, choreography videos and music broadcast content, it is the only girl group with a total of 18 billion views, especially the record of 1.1 billion views of the “DDU-DU DDU-DU” music video is the K-pop group’s first milestone.
Meanwhile, BLACKPINK has enhanced its K-pop status by featuring world-renowned pop star Lady Gaga’s sixth album “Chromatica” and 10th track “Sour Candy.” Lady Gaga’s album, which featured artists representing the history and present of pop music, included Ariana Grande and Elton John.