South Korean lady group Black Pink returned with new music Friday.
The Ok-pop group launched the EP Sq. Up and a colourful music video for the only “Ddu-Du Ddu-Du.”
The “Ddu-Du Ddu-Du” video contains a large chessboard, financial institution vault and church-like constructing with stained-glass home windows. Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé and Lisa carry out coordinated dance numbers in sequined outfits.
“[The song] resembles the sound of a gunshot,” Jennie stated of “Ddu-Du Ddu-Du” at a press convention, based on The Korea Herald. “It has parts of hip hop, stronger and harder than our earlier songs.”
Sq. Up additionally options the tracks “Endlessly Younger,” “Actually” and “See U Later.” Black Pink stated Yang Hyun-suk, the top of its company YG Leisure, inspired the group to “present extra energy.”
“Once we practiced the choreography, he got here to see us and examine if issues are going alright,” Rose stated. “He advised us to be highly effective, placing apart a female contact.”
“Our earlier tracks has a girly facet. However this time, it is some extra hip hop,” Jisoo added.
Sq. Up is the third a part of Black Pink’s Sq. music collection. The group beforehand launched the only album Sq. One and the EP Sq. Two in August 2016 and November 2016, respectively.