BLACKPINK Reveals Official Music Video for "Lovesick Girls"
The K-pop group’s first full album is available to stream now.
UPDATE (October 2, 2020): BLACKPINK‘s first full-length project, THE ALBUM, is finally here.
At the launch of their highly anticipated album, the K-pop group has unveiled the music video for “Lovesick Girls.” The bittersweet title track features David Guetta as a co-producer, with songwriting credits from group members Jennie and Jisoo.
Watch the visual above and stream the full album on streaming services such as Apple Music and Spotify.
UPDATE (September 29, 2020): Ahead of the official release date, BLACKPINK continues to roll out visuals teasing their upcoming record dubbed THE ALBUM. The K-pop group has finally unveiled the full tracklist, which includes a collaboration with Cardi B.
Comprised of eight songs total, the roster kicks off with “How You Like That,” the group’s recent single that surpassed 200 million streams on YouTube in less than two weeks. Following up is “Ice Cream,” a track released last month in partnership with Selena Gomez.
Never-before-heard tunes include the title track “Lovesick Girls,” which is co-produced by Jennie along with unexpected names like David Guetta. The list continues on with more lovesick titles such as “Crazy Over You” and “Love To Hate Me,” while “Bet You Wanna” highlights the lineup with Cardi B as the featured artist.
Stay tuned for BLACKPINK’s THE ALBUM to drop this Friday, October 2 at 12 a.m. EST (1 p.m. KST).
A teaser poster shared on Instagram announces “Lovesick Girls,” the title of the soon-to-be single. Accompanying the poster is a short teaser video, perhaps pointing to a music video for the song. A 25-second clip shows BLACKPINK’s four members — Jennie, Jisoo, Lisa and Rosé — parading down a street at night, set to the opening chords of the single.
BLACKPINK’s THE ALBUM releases on October 2 at 12 a.m. EST (1 p.m. KST). Stay tuned for a possible “Lovesick Girls” music video.
In case you missed it, the group curated a series of exclusive playlists for Spotify.
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