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BLACKPINK is set to make a comeback in June

Gillan Lasic

Inquirer.net/Asia News Network

 /  Mon, May 4, 2020  /  04:44 pm
BLACKPINK is set to make a comeback in June

Few hours after the announcement, YG stocks continue to spike and fans are already placing pre-orders of the album before the comeback. (YG Entertainment/The Korea Herald/File)

After the long wait and fans pleading to “Kill This Hiatus” (in reference to their 2019 hit single “Kill This Love”), BLACKPINK is officially making a comeback.

YG Entertainment announced on May 4 that the South Korean girl group is gearing up for their upcoming return in June. The agency also shared that BLACKPINK has already finished recording for their new album and is scheduled to shoot music videos this May.

“BLACKPINK is scheduled to make a June comeback. Once the exact date has been finalized, we will officially share the news with fans first. Thank you,” YG confirmed in multiple reports.

Few hours after the announcement, YG stocks continue to spike and fans are already placing pre-orders of the album before the comeback.

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BLINKS, or fans of BLACKPINK, couldn’t contain their excitement and are ready for a new era with Jennie, Jisoo, Lisa, and Rosé.

Almost four years after their debut in 2016, BLACKPINK is yet to release a full album and has only 13 tracks on their discography. For their comeback, fans are sharing their “wish list” which includes a full album, at least two music videos, Jisoo finally being able to sing the iconic “BLACKPINK in your area” and having more lines in their songs, Rapper Jennie spitting fire in new tracks, a dance break for Lisa, and Rosé being able to showcase her vocals more.

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