When did BLACKPINK debut? All you need to know

Become a true BLINK and learn the details of the girl group, starting with finding out when BLACKPINK debuted

There are details about this popular girl group that no fan can miss. Do you know when BLACKPINK debuted and what their first song was?

Currently Lisa, Jisoo, Rosé, and Jennie are members of YG Entertainment's only girl group, a company that has featured iconic teams like BIG BANG, 2NE1, iKON, AKMU, and more. But it was the talents of these idols that made BLACKPINK the girl group of the moment, not just in K-Pop but in the entire music industry.

BLACKPINK's official debut in music marked the beginning of their success, from the moment they took to the stage they demonstrated the great potential that each of them possesses.

This is a group considered still part of the third generation of idols and every year we see the girls collect new achievements as a group and even in solo projects, do you know everything about their beginnings?

When did BLACKPINK start?

BLACKPINK debuted on August 8, 2016, below you will find out what their first song was and how the line-up we know today was formed.

BLACKPINK's debut and everything about their arrival in K-Pop Following YG's announcement of plans to launch a new girl group to stardom, several teasers were released that revealed the members and also indicated that the debut song would be 'BOOMBAYAH', but actually the girls would present a single album called SQUARE ONE that would include this track and also the hit song 'Whistle'.

Before their debut, BLACKPINK was a project group called PINKPUNK whose lineup came to consider including 9 members, but this was transformed. Although in the final rounds the possibility of debuting 5 girls was raised, the final decision made up the team as we know it today, with only 4 members: Kim Jisoo, Roseanne Park, Kim Jennie and Lalisa Manobal.

Did you know this about BLACKPINK? Also find out when is the birthday of each member of the band.

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