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BLACKPINK released heated poster of new song Pink Venom


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Popular South Korean girl group BLACKPINK is all set to release their new song ‘Pink Venom’ on 19th August. The song will be part of their new album ‘Born Pink’. Moreover, It is also marked as their first group collaboration after the 2020 hit song ‘How you like that. On 13th August, BLACKPINK’s agency YG Entertainment officially released a credit poster( ) for the girl group’s upcoming release. Blinks(BLACKPINK fandom name) all over the world can’t hold their joy for this new album.

BLACKPINK returns after one year

BLACKPINK’s previous song ‘How you like that’ released in 2020, thus after two years of break they finally returned to the business. They were previously busy with their solo projects. One of the members, Lisa, released a solo album last year. Prior to that, other members Jennie and Rosé also released their respective solo albums. Meanwhile, Jisoo made an acting debut in JTBC’s romantic Drama Snowdrop’ alongside Jung Hae-in. Apart from that, sources confirm Jennie is also ready for her acting debut in the series ‘The Idol’ alongside actress Lily-Rose Depp and famous pop singer The Weekend.

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Details of the poster

The group dropped the first credit poster of the song ‘Pink venom’ on August,13 from their official social media platforms.

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The poster Stars the four members of BLACKPINK Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé and Lisa. The members can be seen in striking hairstyles and pale pink outfits which were previously seen on their solo posters. They all look extremely stunning in the poster. Apart from that, the poster includes cracked glass and dark background. Prior to this, they also released solo teaser clips of the members. The song will drop on 19th August.

Meanwhile, they also announced a Born Pink world tour which doubles the joy of Blinks. The tour will take place from December 2022 to June 2023 in the U.K, Spain, Europe, South-East Asia, and the Middle East, and Australia.

We can’t wait to hear the song!




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