BLACKPINK have just dropped their comeback single, and fans ‘re going wild for just one detail in the brand new song, Pink Venom.
The South Korean girl group comprised of Jisoo, Jenni, Ros and Lisa, released their first single in two years and during publication its video had racked up a lot more than 50 million views on YouTube in only nine hours.
The pre-release single from their forthcoming sophomore album, Born Pink, had fans trawling over every detail.
Early in the song Thailand-born Lisa’s first heard singing, “One at a time then two by two, Everything collapses at the flick of my fingertip, Quite fancy for a fake show,” that is an interpolation of Rihanna‘s debut single, Pon De Replay.
In the 2005 song, which peaked at number 2 on the Billboard charts, Rihanna sings: “It goes one at a time, even two by two/ Everybody on to the floor, let me demonstrate how exactly we do.”
An interpolation in music is when one song re-records the modified melody or lyrics of another song instead of sampling it.
Pon De Replay quickly trended on Twitter as fans reacted with a variety of surprise and excitement.
“Pon De Replay being interpolated by way of a BLACKPINK song may be the absolute very last thing I ever expected,” wrote one fan.
Another added: “Loving the mention of Rihanna’s Pon De Replay in Pink Venom, it’s among the best Rihanna songs! Brings back plenty of nostalgia!!! So when I heard it first I was like OMGGG.”
Other fans commented on the brand new sound for BLACKPINK which combined a variety of musical genres.
“A fresh chorus structure, a normal Korean instrument, 90s hiphop, rock pre-chorus, a Pon De Replay sample hello???” described one fan.
BLACKPINK’s members experienced an extended lasting love for Rihanna with Jennie revealing she was her favorite singer. She even auditioned for YG Entertainmentthe entertainment group that created BLACKPINKby singing Rihanna’s HAVE A Bow.
“My number 1 idol will be Rihanna. She’s everything I wish to have,” Jennie told Elle Korea.
BLACKPINK also famously performed an attractive dance routine to a Bh Better Have My Money remix throughout their pre-fame rehearsals.
The K-pop girl group can make their much anticipated go back to the stage at next week’s MTV VMAs, if they perform Pink Venom live for the very first time ever.
Following a hiatus to spotlight solo projects, BLACKPINK will continue world tour in October 2022 to June 2023.
On July 29, the group released a music video for his or her new song Ready for Love, that was released in collaboration with the overall game PUBG (PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds). The song will probably appear on the new album.
YG Entertainment confirmed that BLACKPINK’S upcoming album will undoubtedly be section of “a continuing large-scale project that will extend through the next half of the entire year.”
It said of the comeback: “Lots of BLACKPINK-esque music has been prepared over an extended time frame.
“Along with songs and large-scale projects, BLACKPINK may also go on the biggest world tour in the annals of a K-pop girl group by the finish of the entire year to expand their rapport with fans worldwide.”
Their tour will begin in Seoul, South Korea prior to the girl group head to the U.S. for many stops. By the end of November, BLACKPINK will go check out Europe to December, and in January the band will go do several concerts in Asia before going to the UAE, Australia and New Zealand.