BLACKPINK kick off world tour in Seoul, Jennie performs unreleased solo song
The K-pop band kicked off their tour, which is in promotion of their second album ‘Born Pink’, on Saturday (October 15) at the Olympic Gymnastics Arena in South Korea. BLACKPINK play another show at the venue today (October 16) before heading to North America for a series of concerts.
It is, according to their record label YG Entertainment, “the largest world tour in the history of a K-pop girl group”.
BLACKPINK played their 23-song set, which included much from their new album as well as some of the bandmembers’ solo work, to fans who were able to hear some live debuts. These included ‘Born Pink’ tracks ‘Typa Girl’ and ‘Yeah Yeah Yeah’ as well as Rosé’s solo song ‘Hard To Love’.
Additionally, Jennie played unreleased solo track ‘Moonlight’. You can see footage of that performance alongside other clips below.
According to an entry on SetlistFM, the band performed the following tracks.
‘How You Like That’
‘Don’t Know What To Do’
‘Kill This Love’
‘Crazy Over You’
‘Playing With Fire’
‘Liar’ (Camila Cabello cover) (Jisoo, solo)
‘Moonlight’ (Jennie, solo, unreleased)
‘Hard To Love’ (Rosé, solo)
‘On The Ground’ (Rosé, solo)
‘LALISA’ (Lisa, solo)
‘MONEY’ (Lisa, solo)
‘Yeah Yeah Yeah’
‘As If It’s Your Last’
On September 25, Billboard revealed that the quartet’s second studio album ‘Born Pink’ had debuted at the top of its weekly Billboard 200 albums chart for the week ending September 22. This makes BLACKPINK the first female K-pop act ever, as well as the first all-female group since 2008, to do so.
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