BLACKPINK’s Lisa has formally develop into the primary Okay-pop star to achieve a billion streams on Spotify with a solo music. Based on the music streaming platform, “Cash” by Lisa of BLACKPINK crossed one billion streams on September 20.
Final month, Lisa’s group shared “The Women,” which the band had been teasing since Could. The observe first premiered together with a music video on August 23 completely within the group’s cellular app, The Sport. “Don’t mess with the women,” the group repeats of their signature refrain fashion.
“Cease signal, we burning it down,” BLACKPINK sings over bouncy beats on the addictive refrain. “Higher be careful, we coming in loud.” The hitmakers then fireplace off a warning: “Bang bang! Simply enjoying round, don’t mess with the women with the women with the women.”
The video stars BLACKPINK’s cute in-game cartoon avatars as they dance to the brand new observe. “Why are they so charismatic?” asks member Jisoo with amusing in a viewing social gathering. Although the women themselves don’t seem within the video, they gave the avatars’ dance strikes their stamp of approval: “I wish to study this choreo ASAP,” Lisa mentioned.
The premise of the sport is that followers can develop into BLACKPINK’s supervisor, fixing puzzles to finish duties like managing schedules. The app first launched in Could, and “The Women” was anticipated to drop quickly after, however the app’s crew introduced in July that the animated visible was taking longer than anticipated. They shared in a press release: “our deep want to current the very best high quality of content material flawlessly took longer than anticipated, and subsequently our preliminary plan to launch the M/V concurrently with the sport launch was delayed considerably.”
The foursome lately concluded their WORLD TOUR [BORN PINK] ENCORE on August 26 at Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles after dates at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, and Oracle Park in San Francisco.
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