BLACKPINK Currently Filming YG's Most Expensive Music Video Ever - Plans World Tour

BLACKPINK has started filming the music video for their upcoming comeback, signaling the start of the all-time large-scale project. 

According to YG Entertainment on the 26th, the four members of BLACKPINK (JiSoo, Jenny, Rose, Lisa) are currently in the middle of filming a music video.

YG said, "The highest production cost has been invested in history," adding, "As it is well prepared under a thorough plan, the whole process is going smoothly."

Starting with a comeback in August, BLACKPINK is planning to embark on the largest-ever world tour with a series of new song projects.

Earlier, YG said, "There are a number of powerful sounds that are like BLACKPINK that have been completed with all their heart and soul for a long time. Large projects suitable for their status will continue steadily, he said.

It's been about a year and 10 months since BLACKPINK made a full comeback. They sequentially released the title of "How You Like That" in June 2020, the special collaboration song (Ice Cream) in August, and the first full-length album "THE ALBUM" in October, making it a popular trend.

At that time, even though there were many restrictions on activities due to the spread of COVID-19, BLACKPINK broke most of the first, best, and most records of girl groups they set only with music and music videos.

This comeback is also drawing keen attention to the details and schedule as YG has announced a number of new song projects. Attention is also being paid to the new records set by those who are increasingly influential in the global music market.

BLACKPINK recently held the first in-game concert, "THE VIRTUAL" by K-pop artists on "Battleground Mobile," drawing a great response.

As the music video for the special track "Ready For Love" of the in-game concert will be released on July 29, it is expected to be more popular than preheating the comeback.

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