Black pink with their new single; lovesick girls

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The world’s no.1 KPOP girl band group BLACKPINK made way with their next song in their Upcoming album. The song is mainly concentrated with moving on with love and being really bored with relations. Black pink creating their visuals splendid with emotions craved the blinks with cheers. After waiting for all these month’s black pink shows their love to blinks with the release of the song. Lovesick girls were premiered on Thursday, October on YouTube in their official channel. The making film of lovesick girls was released the next day.  The song is available on different music platforms.  

Black pinks member’s Jisoo, Jennie, Lisa and rose after 4 years in the field have started creating enthusiasm in the heart of people. Their fans mainly known as blinks are breaking records with their new song hitting more than 10 million views within the first 5 hours. Being the no.1 KPOP girl group in the world right now black pink is having immense support from their fans around the world. They are also one of the no.1 girl groups representing South Korea. Except from Lisa, who are Philippian and the first member of YG entertainment to get into KPOP, the rest from South Korea. Black pink had received more than 13 awards worldwide.

The collaboration with Selena Gomez and the release of their song ice cream took a prominent place with both of the artist’s fans. Black pink had also collaborated with world famous singers which took them into a strong place in the field. With 48 million subscribers in YouTube black pink is just one step back from Justin Bieber. 

The collaboration with Selena Gomez and the release of their song ice cream took a prominent place with both of the artist’s fans. Black pink had also collaborated with world famous singers which took them into a strong place in the field. With 48 million subscribers in YouTube black pink is just one step back from Justin Bieber.

– Peeli Pampally 

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