Black Pink returned with more power than any other time in recent memory breaking a few records as of late. Their first historically speaking EP "Square Up" arrived at number one on iTunes graphs in thirty-eight nations around the globe, including the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Japan.
Lead track "DDU-DU DDU-DU" topped Korea's most noticeable music graphs, including Naver Music, Genie Music and Soribada. It likewise turned into the quickest young lady bunch music video to hit 10 million and 20 million perspectives in YouTube, breaking their own record of six hours and 15 minutes with "As though It's Your Last".
What's more, the 35-and-a-half hours already set by TWICE's "What is Love?" in April, separately. Meeting the press a couple of hours before the arrival of their first-historically speaking EP, Jisoo, Jennie, Lisa and Rosé featured that the new EP is about "power," K-Pop Herald reports.
Jennie said in a question and answer session, where she and her bandmates discussed their objectives and arrangements for the record, "the lead track's title takes after the sound of a shot. Be that as it may, it is additionally similar to a spell, a spell to make us solid. It has components of hip-bounce, more grounded and harder than our past melodies. When we initially tuned in to the lead track 'Ddu-du Ddu-du,' we as a whole idea, 'This is it' ".
The EP additionally comprises of "Everlastingly Young", one of the two twofold lead tracks, alongside "Truly" and "See U Later". Like different records of Black Pink, every one of the tracks were created by hit maker Teddy, generally known for his past works with 2NE1.
The most recent discharge is the band's first record since its most recent single was dropped in June 2017. The break was longer than anticipated, as youngster young lady groups for the most part discharge new records in six to seven months. Jennie stated that "it was quite a while for us as well. Be that as it may, taking a break for multi year, we could shoot our first reality appear", alluding to the band's existence indicate "Black Pink House" which publicized recently. The break additionally gave the gathering some more opportunity to plan for the new work.
Jennie included "we arranged a considerable measure for the new EP. 'Square Up' has four melodies, yet there were initially more tracks. The planning took a while, as we needed to indicate fans better execution in front of an audience".
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Amid the break, the band additionally performed at college celebrations and in Japan. Through the experience, the young ladies shared that they came to see more about stage execution. They are currently more certain that they can perform better in front of an audience. Since its introduction in 2016, Black Pink has earned the spotlight in the K-pop scene, dropping hit tracks, for example, "Boombayah", "As though It's Your Last" and "Shriek".
However "Ddu-du Ddu-du" is foreseen to bring great outcomes, the individuals flaunted their unassuming side. Jennie said that 'returning following multi year, they ought to be grateful for individuals simply tuning in to their melodies. On the off chance that the fans like them, they ought to be thankful'.