Korean Girl Group Stirred Up American Music Festival

Black Pink, YG Entertainment’s famous girl group, had an hour-long performance at Coachella festival on April 12 in California. 4 beautiful girls received enthusiastic cheers from the audience.

Black Pink performed 13 songs including four songs from the newly released single (Kill This Love). In addition, they sang some old hits like DDU-DU DDU-DU, Kiss and Make up. Lisa stands out when rapping in both English and Korean. Meanwhile, Jennie performed her own solo hit, SOLO’s song. When the group performed, many viewers shouted “Black Pink”. On Twitter, international fans also praised Black Pink for performing energetically, singing live well and having impressive choreography.

At the end of the show, Rosé expressed her feelings on behalf of the group. Because of Korea, the girls don’t know what to expect. It is clear that the group and the audience come from different civilizations. However, tonight’s concert helped us to re-acknowledge the truth that music can make all of us one. As the first Korean female group to perform at Coachella, Black Pink expressed a more enthusiastic reception than they expected. That helps the group become more confident when starting the North American tour next week.

Black Pink is a group formed by YG Entertainment in 2016 with four members: Jisoo, Jennie, Rose, Lisa. The group has some hits like Square One, Square Two, Boombayah, … Their latest music product – Kill This Love – recently surpassed BTS’s “Idol” to become a Korean music video with many views Best after launch date. Kill This Love is also the second highest MV in the world after the release date. First place is Thank U, Next of Ariana Grande with 55.4 million views.

Coachella, also known as Coachella Music and Arts Festival, is an annual event in Indio, California, the USA since 1993. This year’s festival takes place in two phases: the first round from April 12 to 14 and the second one. April 19 to 21. In addition to Black Pink, the main singers include Childish Gambino, Tame Impala, and Ariana Grande. Last year, Coachella featured Beyonce, The Weeknd, and Eminem.