BLACKPINK's Rose finally dropped the teaser for her solo single and the 33-second teaser already surpassed 10 million views in less than a day.
According to a report by All Kpop, YG Entertainment released the much-anticipated teaser of Rose's solo debut as part of the promotions for BLACKPINK's online concert entitled The Show.
The clip showed Rose, lovelorn and disillusioned, as she sang about how all her love was gone. The video was shot in a retro-styled house and featured Rose in minimal makeup.
According to a report by Teen Vogue, it is highly likely that Rose will perform her solo single on The Show. It can be recalled that YG Entertainment announced last year that Rose will release her solo debut after BLACKPINK completes the promotion for THE ALBUM.
Rose's album became even more anticipated after part of BLACKPINK's Netflix documentary entitled Light Up the Sky focused on Rose's songwriting and production process for her solo single.
In the documentary, Rose opened up about her apprehensions about writing her own songs and baring her soul to the audience. YG producers said she was able to overcome her worries and produce beautiful material.
According to YG's earlier release, Rose's song will capture the sweet and youthful vibe with a sound that is unique from the group's style. Rose reportedly decided to perform the track in The Show instead of waiting for the official release of the track.
Rose is the second BLACKPINK member after Jennie to release a solo single. It can be recalled that Jennie's highly successful "SOLO" was released in 2018, Koreajoong reported. The MV recently surpassed 600 million views.
After Rose releases her solo debut, it is expected that Lisa will work on her solo single as well. It was reported early this month that both Rose and Lisa were preparing for the filming of their MVs.
YG confirmed that Jisoo will have her solo debut as well. However, the project has been pushed back to accommodate the filming of her first drama entitled Snowdrop.
Jisoo will appear in her first leading role alongside Jung Hae In for Snowdrop. The series will be helmed by Sky Castle writer Yoo Hyun Mi and director Jo Hyun Tak. Meanwhile, BLINKs are counting days until BLACKPINK's The Show on January 31. The concert was originally set for December but was delayed because of a spike in COVID-19 cases in Korea.