Blackpink performing live

The 3 best songs from 'The Album' by Blackpink

Blackpink's debut album titled 'The Album' sold more than 5.2 million copies worldwide. Fans loved the upbeat music and addictive raps by the girls. Their most popular sidetrack called 'Pretty Savage' has amazing choreography! After consulting with the fans, here are the 3 most liked songs from this legendary album? Watch the video below!

3. Ice Cream

Blackpink at The Show concert

This pop anthem debuted at number 13 of 'US iTunes', the highest Blackpink has managed to reach with a collaboration. Selena Gomez also starred in the colorful music video looking like her gorgeous self. Watch the full video here!

Fans of both the artists celebrated and streamed the song in harmony. It has more than 522 million views! Can you believe it?

2. Bet You Wanna

Blackpink backstage selfie

Cardi B showed everyone how she's the queen of rap with this collaboration. Her flow matched with Blackpink's sound and the song was a great hit. 'Bet You Wanna' was number 4 on the global Spotify daily chart ranking as the highest-peaking collaboration with a K-Pop artist.

Wow, what a groundbreaking record!

1. Pretty Savage

Blackpink at YG Entertainment

The first performance for this song will always be a very memorable one! The beautiful choreography was shown to fans all over the world on 'The Late Late Show with James Corden'. The girls looked stunning in sparkly outfits. Watch the amazing performance here!

This addictive track has 107,363,545 streams on Spotify. Isn't that amazing?

 

Conclusion

Blackpink backstage after their concert

Blackpink is a great group with multiple hits ever since its debut in 2016. They have collaborated with artists such as Dua Lipa, Lady Gaga, and Cardi B. My favorite track from the list above is Pretty Savage.

What track do you like the best? Comment below!

 

Estefanía Martínez

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