Blackpink’s Jisoo makes solo debut with ‘ME’


By Hyunsu Yim

SEOUL (Reuters) – Okay-pop group Blackpink’s Jisoo turned the final member to make a solo debut together with her EP “ME” launched on Friday.

Having debuted in 2016, Blackpink has turn out to be one of many largest woman teams on this planet, breaking data comparable to having probably the most subscribers on YouTube as an artist.

Native media reported this week that the group would placed on a joint efficiency with pop star Girl Gaga at a state dinner U.S. President Joe Biden will host for South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol in late April.

YG Leisure, Blackpink’s company, mentioned it was reviewing the provide, although the presidential workplace denied the experiences on Friday.

“We have now our live shows and Coachella in April as a bunch. We have now nice issues developing.” Jisoo advised followers in a web-based information convention.

Many conferences and loads of thought went into her first document, she mentioned, earlier than including that she was not nervous about her solo debut.

Jennie, one other member of Blackpink, launched her first solo work in 2018. Rose and Lisa additionally made their solo debut in 2021.

The group launched into a world tour “Born Pink” in Seoul in October which is scheduled to proceed till June.

YG Leisure mentioned pre-orders for Jisoo’s debut album surpassed 1.31 million copies as of Thursday.

Earlier this month, the Okay-pop superstars additionally turned the most-streamed feminine band on streaming app Spotify, in line with Guinness World Information.

Their songs had a whopping 8,880,030,049 particular person streams, overtaking British pop group Little Combine, Guinness World Information mentioned at the moment.

(Reporting by Hyunsu Yim; Enhancing by Christian Schmollinger)

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