(PRESSREELS) A special type of new song predicted by BLACKPINK will be released.
YG Entertainment, the agency, posted the group BLACKPINK’s “NEW SINGLE TEASER POSTER” on its official blog at 9 a.m. on July 23.
With the phrase “August, 2020” in the poster catching the eye, BLACKPINK members with a cheerful concept overall are impressive. The combination of BLACKPINK’s fresh visuals and lively pink moods gave excitement as if watching a scene on a page in a cartoon.
The question mark left under the four-member cut of BLACKPINK members further stimulated the curiosity of music fans. One can guess BLACKPINK’s unconventional collaboration, which rocked the global music market in May with a collaboration song with world-renowned pop star Lady Gaga.
YG said earlier that “How You Like That” is the pre-released title of its first full-length album to be released in September, and plans to release a special type of new song before that. This time, attention is focused on what artists would have been with their songs.
BLACKPINK has achieved remarkable results in the global music market with “How You Like That” released on June 26.
The song first entered the British Official Singles Chart, dubbed the world’s two largest pop charts, and the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 at No. 20 and No. 33, respectively, achieving the K-pop girl group’s best record. It also ranked second on the Spotify Global Top 50 Chart, the world’s largest music streaming service, and topped iTunes in 64 countries including the U.S., topped Japan’s Line Music and won three gold medals on China’s largest music site QQ Chart. Not only did he win 10 domestic music shows, but he also achieved “Perfect All Kill,” a major Korean music chart including Melon, showing off his impregnable potential by continuing his popularity for nearly a month.
In addition, BLACKPINK broke a new world record with its music video “How You Like That.” On the first day of its release, it was listed on the Guinness World Records in five categories, recording 86.3 million views, making it the “most viewed YouTube video in 24 hours.” Since then, it has recorded 100 million views in about 32 hours, 200 million views in seven days, and 300 million views in 21 days, the shortest time in YouTube music video history.