Blackpink’s Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa, a girl group in the 6th year of their debut, are returning with their 2nd full-length album after about 1 year and 10 months

BLACKPINK will release their 2nd full-length album, "BORN PINK," at 1 pm (Korean time) on the 16th....

In this regard, a “data photo” that summarizes Blackpink’s activities for the past 6 years after her debut has aroused interest.

BLACKPINK will release their 2nd full-length album, “BORN PINK,” at 1 pm (Korean time) on the 16th.

“BORN PINK” consists of a total of 8 tracks. In addition to the pre-released song “Pink Venom,” the title song “Shut Down,” “Typa Girl,” “Yeah Yeah Yeah,” “Hard to Love,” “The Happiest Girl,” “Tally,” “Ready for Love,” etc.

Although it is a comeback after 1 year and 10 months, there was a response that it was disappointing because of the rather small number of new songs for a regular album. There are 8 tracks included in the new album, but except for the previously released songs (Pink Venom, Ready for Love), there are only 6 new songs.

In relation to this, a post titled “A comparison pic that shows how many times Blackpink hasn’t sang compared to their age” was posted on many internet communities and drew attention. (View the post by Thecoo.)

This post contains data comparing the list of songs that Blackpink has released since their debut in 2016 with the track list of pop star Taylor Swift’s 2021 album “Red (Taylor’s Version)”. According to the data, a total of 32 songs have been released by BLACKPINK in the six years since their debut. Of these, there are only 29, excluding feature songs that are not officially included in the Blackpink album and songs used in advertisements.

On the other hand, Taylor Swift’s “Red (Taylor’s Version)” album contained a whopping 30 songs.

Most of the netizens who came across the material agreed with comments such as “Comparing the number of songs of groups such as Twice and Red Velvet that debuted similarly, the answer is answered,”  “There are also unreleased ones,”  and “The concert set list may overlap a bit,”  etc.

After releasing their 2nd regular album, “BORN PINK,” BLACKPINK will start their world tour right away. Starting with Seoul on the 15th and 16th of next month, it will meet with a total of 1.5 million audiences in North America, Europe, Asia, and Oceania.

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