- by GI Magazine
- Sep 27, 2022
July 29, 2022 12:03 IST (India Today)- In association with PUBG Mobile, the K-pop girl group BLACKPINK released a new song titled "Ready For Love." Jisoo, Rose, Lisa, and Jennie appear as virtual avatars in the song as they go through a pink and blue dream world. In the video game version, they also ride motorbikes and have incredible adventures.
In the groovy MV for "Ready for Love," BLACKPINK singers donate their vocals to their virtual counterparts, who appear stunning and have an interesting contrast to genuine musicians. The song's house-pop instrumental and EDM chorus feature dancing avatars choreographed in the "BLACKPINK" manner. The MV shows the members' ups and downs in all parts of their lives.
BLACKPINK’S READY FOR LOVE
A month before their comeback, BLACKPINK released Ready For Love. Filming for the girls' forthcoming album, which is expected to be released in August, is keeping them quite busy right now. The organization is yet to make any public announcements regarding this. It did indicate that a comeback is imminent.
BLACKPINK COMEBACK IN AUGUST
We have prepared a lot of BLACKPINK-inspired music that has been produced with tremendous effort over a long period, YG Entertainment told the source. By the end of this, in addition to their return, BLACKPINK will set off on the biggest K-Pop girl group global tour to increase their fanbase and fan interaction. Large-scale initiatives for the company will also continue. With their debut album- Square One, the group made its debut in August 2016. BLACKPINK previously made a comeback in October 2020 with the release of their studio album, THE ALBUM which featured the single How You Like That. The girls have been emphasizing independent activities a lot lately. Jisoo, Jennie, and Rose are working on their careers in regards to making solo performances and are nominated for Best K-pop at the VMAs.
YG Entertainment created the South Korean girl group BLACKPINK, which consists of Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa. The group made their debut in August 2016 with the release of their single album "Square One," which included the singles "Whistle" and "Boombayah," their first number-one entries on the Billboard World Digital Song Sales list and the Gaon Digital Chart, respectively, in South Korea.