BLACKPINK’s Rose To Have Her First Solo Performance In SBS’s ‘Inkigayo’
Fans of the K-pop girl group BLACKPINK were thrilled when reports confirm that member Rose will have her first solo performance in SBS's "Inkigayo" on March 14. The group's label, YG Entertainment, confirmed that she would be performing the title track "On the Ground" and "Gone" from her first solo album titled "-R-"
Rose will be pulling off a dynamic performance that is not shown in her song's music video. With this being her first solo performance, many fans worldwide are excited and looking forward to her powerful performance in "Inkigayo."
This will not be Rose's only appearance, however. On March 16, she will also be a guest on NBC's "The Tonight Show, Starring Jimmy Fallon."
BLACKPINK officially made its debut in August 2016, release its single album "Square One," where "Whistle" and "Boombayah" are included. Both songs became instant hits and got them into the K-pop spotlight. Their live concerts around the world are always sold out and attended by millions.
Their songs have peaked music charts not just in South Korea but also in other international music charts. Their other certified massive hits are "Ddu-Du-Ddu-Du," "Kill This Love," and "How You Like That."
The group's popularity has also made it possible for them to collaborate with Western artists like Dua Lipa for "Kiss and Make Up" and Selena Gomez for "Ice Cream."
Netflix released the documentary "BLACKPINK: Light Up the Sky" in 2020. Considered as the streaming platform's first-ever K-Pop documentary, it tells the group's story in detail from their first reveal to the public, the struggles they faced, and how they made it to where they are now. Before the documentary's official worldwide premiere on Netflix, a virtual event was organized last year for fans as the BLACKPINK members answer questions from their fellow Blinks. It was an intimate moment for the group and the fans.
Fans are excited about how Rose will perform in Inkigayo. It's definitely an event every Blink shouldn't miss.