BLACKPINK introduced Tuesday (July 5) that they’ll return with new music in August — and the Ok-pop superstars will mount a world tour by the top of the yr.
A press launch from YG Leisure introduced that the quartet — Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé and Lisa — are within the “last phases of recording a brand new album” and that their new music in August will kick off “a steady large-scale venture which is able to lengthen by means of the second half of the yr.”
As well as, the discharge promised a global tour by the top of the yr that will be the “largest world tour within the historical past of a Ok-pop lady group.”
“Lots of BLACKPINK-esque music has been ready over a protracted time period,” YG Leisure says. “On prime of recent music and large-scale tasks, BLACKPINK will even go on the biggest world tour within the historical past of a Ok-pop lady group by the top of the yr to broaden their rapport with followers worldwide.”
The Ok-pop foursome launched their first full-length album — merely titled THE ALBUM — by way of Interscope in October 2020. The venture peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 and spent two weeks at No. 1 on the High Album Gross sales chart. BLACKPINK have landed seven songs on the Billboard Scorching 100, together with the highest 20 hit “Ice Cream” with Selena Gomez and a pair of prime 40s: “Bitter Sweet” with Girl Gaga and “How You Like That.”
Again in 2019, earlier than THE ALBUM was launched, BLACKPINK had been featured on the duvet of Billboard journal, the place they laid out their plans for a U.S. takeover. “You don’t have to grasp Korean to grasp the music, the visuals, the vibe,” Jisoo instructed Billboard on the time. Seems like she was proper.
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