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VIRAL: This K-Pop Group Released Their New Hot Single and Fans Are Losing Their Minds Over It

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The lead singles off BLACKPINK’s forthcoming sophomore collection Born Pink, due out Sept. 16, “Pink Venom” formally dropped Friday, Aug. 19 alongside another music video. It didn’t take some time before fans understood that, around the start of the tune, Lisa momentarily sings the verses and song to one of the most unmistakable lines in the “Pon de Replay” sections: “It goes one by one, even two by two.”

“DID LISA JUST REFERENCE PON DE REPLAY BY RIHANNA,” one person wrote on social media giant Twitter in the wake of paying attention to the tune, fittingly using all caps.

“LISA PAYING HOMAGE TO HER MOTHER RIHANNA,” composed another. “I’M OBSESSED.”

“Pon de Replay” was the absolute first single the world heard from Rihanna, delivered as her presentation project and the lead single off her most memorable studio collection Music of the Sun in 2005. The melody topped at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and burned through 27 weeks on the outline, while Music of the Sun topped at No. 10 on the Billboard 200.

BLACKPINK — likewise contained Jisoo, Jennie, and Rosé notwithstanding Lisa — has spoken before about how Rihanna fills in as a motivation for them. Also, during the band’s meeting with Rolling Stone recently, Jennie utilized the Fenty pioneer to act as an illustration of how flexible hip-jump can be.

“I don’t think hip-hop is just about rapping,” she said. “Look at Rihanna — she could make anything hip-hop. Hip-hop means something different to everyone. To me, it’s the spirit of cool — vibes, swag, whatever words you can use. I think BLACKPINK’s hip-hop is something the world hasn’t seen before.”

Pay attention to “Pink Venom” and you can see that the comments have piled up to nearly 3 million at this point, BLACKPINK adding “Pon de Replay” by Rihanna in their new track which can be checked out below:

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The music video for Pink Venom debuted on August 19, 2022, on Blackpink’s true YouTube channel and arrived at 20 million perspectives in only three hours after its underlying delivery. In the video, a few sets are shown, for example, a seething dust storm during movement scenes and a fire-lit cave where part Rosé plays the guitar.

If you haven’t known about Blackpink or simply don’t stay aware of K-pop, they are the most notable K-pop gathering and have numerous one-hit singles. including “Boombayah”, “Whistle”, and “DDU-DU DDU-DU”, along with many others. They are so popular that they have even been successful in the West gaining a plethora of all kinds of fans from all over the world, just don’t ask what they are saying since the majority of fans might not know unless the song is subtitled.

They are likewise the best Korean young lady bunch globally and have frequently been named the “biggest girl group in the world.” They are the highest charting female Korean act on the Billboard Hot 100, making it up to number 13 with “Ice Cream” in 2020, and on the Billboard 200, peaking at number two with The Album back in 2020, which additionally set the standard for the smash hit collection by a Korean young lady bunch and was quick to sell more than 1,000,000 duplicates.