All-Female K-Pop Group BLACKPINK Makes Its Debut with Album 'SQUARE ONE'
Meet YG Entertainment’s new girl gang.
All-girl K-Pop group BLACKPINK has just made its debut with their first single album SQUARE ONE. The young quartet is represented by YG Entertainment, who also manages Korean superstars Big Bang and “Gangnam Style” singer PSY. Originally from South Korea, the Netherlands, Australia, and Thailand respectively, Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé and Lisa have been training with YG for more than four years already. Not only can they perform in Korean, but also the members can sing and rap fluently in English. As a press release suggests, the new girl gang is a “high caliber group of performers who take K-Pop to the next level.”
Featured in BLACKPINK’s highly-anticipated first album are two catchy singles, “Whistle” and “Boombayah,” both of which are now available for purchase on iTunes. You can also feast your eyes on the girls’ in-sync dance moves by watching the video of their debut single “Whistle” above, and that of ”Boombayah” below.