K-Pop Group BLACKPINK to ‘Make Comeback Soon’ Says YG Entertainment CEO
Its been a hot minute since BLACKPINK graced fans with new music (their last single, "As If It's Your Last", was released June 22, 2017) but it looks like the K-pop girl group is finally gearing up for a comeback.
Per Billboard, on March 20 YG Entertainment CEO and founder Yang Hyun Suk teased BLACKPINK's future on Instagram. Uploading a pink square to Instagram and hashtagging the band, Yang confirmed that the foursome were "done with recording" and planning "to make come back soon."
BLACKPINK, comprised of Jisoo, Jennie, Lisa and Rosé, made their official debut in 2016 on YG Entertainment, which famously launched internationally popular, now-defunct girl group 2NE1 back in 2009.
The group has so far released five singles and two EPs, including 2016's Square Two and 2017's Japanese EP release, BLACKPINK, which hit No. 1 in Japan.
They are the first female K-pop group to score three No. 1 hits on Billboard's World Digital Song Sales chart.
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