BLACKPINK is the revolution

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BLACKPINK is the revolution

BLACKPINK group (photo by Newsentar)

BLACKPINK group (photo by Newsentar)

BLACKPINK group (photo by Newsentar)

BLACKPINK group (photo by Newsentar)

Jascha Molina, Staff Writer & Features Editor

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BLACKPINK is no ordinary girl group. They are the first K-pop girl group to perform in the 2019 Coachella Festival, surpassing 770 million views on Youtube with their top hit song DDU-DU-DDU-DU, and currently on their 2019 World Tour.

Since their debut in August 2016, BLACKPINK members Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa have become one of the most recognizable idols in the K-pop industry. Jisoo, Jennie, and Lisa trained for at least five years, while Rosé trained four years, being the only one selected out of 700 people during her auditions in Australia back in 2012. Besides Korean, the girls can also speak Chinese, Japanese, English, and Thai.

BLACKPINK is not only known for their outstanding collective success as a group but also for their unique, individual achievements. For example, Lisa is the most followed K-pop idol on Instagram, Jennie is Chanel Korea’s ambassador, Rosé is “BLACKPINK’S Goddess”, and Jisoo is one of the most popular K-pop visuals with her aesthetic beauty.

With their latest April comeback, BLACKPINK’s single “Kill this Love” is currently peaked at No. 41 ranked by the Hot 100 most popular tracks in the U.S. and became the first K-pop group exceeding 20 million Youtube subscribers on an official channel.

It is no surprise that BLACKPINK may become one of the most largest K-pop sensations of all time and will continue to thrive with their record-breaking success, making great history with their hits and music.

 

For more facts and information on BLACKPINK, check out the websites Kprofiles.com or Billboard.com