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BLACKPINK drops Lisa, Jennie ‘Kill This Love’ posters

By: - Social Media Specialist
/ 04:37 PM March 26, 2019

BLACKPINK hit fans with ddu-ddu-ddu-ddu’s, and now the group is about to “kill this love.”

South Korean girl group BLACKPINK has announced that its much-anticipated comeback can be expected this April 5.

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Titled “Kill This Love”, the latest track will be following their last single “DDU DDU DDU DDU” which was released June last year.

With that in line, YG Entertainment’s Twitter account dropped the teaser posters for BLACKPINK members Lisa and Jennie.

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YG which manages the group added that the track will be fiercer than the group’s previous single, “DDU DDU DDU DDU”. It was noted that they have worked with “four world-famous choreographers” and that the choreography for the new song will be more “dynamic.”

The girls, who are currently filming the music video for their latest single, will also perform at this year’s Coachella music festival. They are the first Korean girl group to perform in the world-renowned event.

BLACKPINK also reached another career milestone recently, garnering 22 million subscribers on its YouTube channel this week. JB

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