Song seems on the group’s highly-anticipated sophomore LP, Born Pink
Blackpink took management of the stage at Jimmy Kimmel Live with their newest single “Shut Down.” The Okay-pop lady group — comprising Jennie, Jisoo, Rosé, and Lisa — provided dynamic, highly-choreographed efficiency on the late-night present, showing with a gaggle of dancers.
The single, off their second album Born Pink, out now by way of by way of YG Entertainment/Interscope Records, takes purpose on the band’s doubters, haters, and the paparazzi. The refrain notes, “When we pull up it’s a shut-down,” whereas the hook goes, “Whip it whip it whip it whip it / Keep watching me shut it down.”
The lady group dropped a video for the hip-hop-infused observe final week after teasing it on social media.
In July, the group introduced they have been within the “final stages” of recording Born Pink, which marks their second studio album. With songs like “Shut Down,” “Hard to Love,” and “Ready for Love,” a lot of the album options writing credit from frequent collaborator Teddy Park, who wrote songs on their earlier album. “He’s like an alarm, reminding us to maintain transferring musically. All he has to do is name, ‘Hey, what’s up?’ and I’ll be like, ‘Oh, my God,’ tensing up,” Jennie instructed Rolling Stone about Park. “But it’s a great stress that Blackpink wants.”
Blackpink is about to go on a world tour in help of Born Pink this fall. The world trek kicks off at Seoul Olympic Park on Oct. 15 and continues by way of subsequent summer time, the place it is going to wrap in New Zealand. The 36-date world tour goals to be the “largest world tour within the historical past of a Okay-pop lady group,” based on the pop phenomenon’s administration firm YG Entertainment.