[YG-LIFE] 160807 BLACKPINK Releases Sexy & Fierce Countdown Poster with Only One Day to Go Until its Debut

In just a day, YG Entertainment will be launching its first new girl group in seven years, BLACKPINK.

In the morning of August 7, YG posted a poster showing the countdown to BLACKPINK’s debut on its official blog ( ). In the poster, BLACKPINK members are looking straight at the camera in sexy but confident poses. Their serious and intense gazes are impressive.

On August 5 and 6, teaser images of BLACKPINK’s debut singles—“BOOMBAYAH” and “WHISTLE”—were revealed, drawing much attention from the public. Fans have been anticipating BLACKPINK’s debut, and when the titles of their debut singles were announced, it just added fuel to the already high expectations.

“BOOMBAYAH” is a fast-tempo song with a beat exciting enough to blow away the heat. “WHISTLE” is a sexy, minimalistic hip-hop song about the fluttering emotions between lovers.

The two songs that BLACKPINK will be debuting with are very different, so the music videos are different too. So, it will be a chance to find out the different charms of BLACKPINK.

The average age of BLACKPINK is 19, and the members have gone through rigorous training at YG from four to six years. They have the looks, diverse appeals, and the ability to communicate in foreign languages to succeed in the global market.

Meanwhile, “BOOMBAYAH” and “WHISTLE” and their music videos will be released at 8 PM on August 8. Earlier on in the day at 3 PM, a showcase will be held, and BLACKPINK will stand before the public for the first time. The showcase will be broadcasted live on Naver V App.

Source: YG-Life

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