Blackpink is staying with YG—label
Blackpink will not leave label YG Entertainment, announced the management firm on Friday, flatly denying a local media report that claimed that it will join The Black Label.
The report contested that the foursome will sign with The Black Label, headed by producer Teddy who has been a main force behind the group since its debut, as its contract with YG Entertainment comes to an end next year. Blackpink already completed discussing the terms with the firm associated with YG Entertainment, it added.
Separately, Lisa set a record on Spotify with her solo song “Money.” She amassed 600 million streams on the platform with the song from her solo album “LaLisa” in 474 days, reaching the milestone in the shortest time for a K-pop female musician. The former record was set by Blackpink with “How You Like That” at 640 days. She also is the first K-pop solo artist to generate 600 million streams on Spotify. /ra
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