Are you ready to tune into Rose's highly anticipated solo debut? So are we! Fans all around the globe have been waiting excitedly for this moment since 2018. The star performed her song 'Gone' on January 31st, 2021 during Blackpink's online concert for the first time! The 24-year-old musician sounded heavenly! She has been so busy working on it since November 2020. What is the theme for her solo debut? Read below to find out!
In August 2018, YG Entertainment promised that each girl from Blackpink will release music individually! Jennie debuted first with a hit song called 'Solo' and now it's Rose's turn to do the same. Is she finally ready for her highly anticipated solo debut?
Are you excited to see what the concept for her track will be? Which genre do you think will suit her voice?
The teaser for her solo debut took the internet by storm on January 26th, 2021. It was titled 'Rose - Coming Soon'. Watch the breathtaking snippet here! The clipping secured more than 20 million views in the first 24 hours of its release. Wow, that's insane!
Isn't the impact of the talented singer just so powerful?
'All my love is gone, now you're dead and gone', lyrics heard in the teaser of Gone.
The opening shows Rose sitting at the dining table looking very sad! In the next scene, she's throwing a vase at the wall and screaming. The eerie vibe of the teaser ends with Rose lying on the floor beside a bloody bathtub. The bloody tiles and broken flower vases give a very intense vibe! I love how creepy and mysterious it is, do you?
The star will perform her song for the first time at Blackpink's online concert called 'The Show' on January 31st, 2021. Click here for details and tickets!
I am super excited for her debut as a soloist! Blackpink is the biggest girl group in the world, it's about time the members started branching out. It is a good opportunity for the girls to make music on their own. Every girl from the group should have a fan base of their own.
Blackpink's fan base is already widely divided into four. Each girl has a group of supporters that cheer for them individually, so they have different audiences to cater to.
Do you think Rose's debut in March 2021 will be as successful as Jennie's solo debut? Comment below!