news around BLACK PINK‘s potential transfer from powerhouse YG Entertainment began flooding the internet this morning. But thankfully, the K-pop group has finally addressed the rumors and put an end to the speculation.
According to a report by KpopHerald, a popular news website from the K-pop stratosphere, the South Korean global five-piece was reportedly on the verge of cutting ties with their company. All rumors were later denied by YG.
According to the news shared by the website and later by Pop Base on Twitter, Blackpink and YG formalized the closing of their deals earlier this year. Originally rumored that the K-pop group would be joining The Black Label, a company known for hosting some of K-pop’s biggest soloists, including Somi, Teddy Park and Zion. T. The company was founded in 2015 as a YG partner label led by YG producers Teddy and Kush.
Despite the bittersweet reaction to celebrate BLACKPINK’s possible transfer, YG denied all reports a few hours later. Naver, the popular South Korean news source, announced that YG Entertainment had finally responded to the rumors, confirming all reports were false.
YG Entertainment has vehemently denied BLACKPINK’s transfer to The Black Label. An official source from YG Entertainment (hereafter referred to as YG) said the rumors that the group will join The Black Label after the contract ends are “untrue”.
Fans of the group, aka BLINKS, seemed divided over all the BLACKPINK rumours. While some were relieved at the group’s possible split from YG Entertainment stemming from the company’s constant delays in albums and comebacks, other fans weren’t nearly as supportive. “Don’t party literally, look at Somi,” replied one fan, referring to Somi’s own scattered singles and albums while under The Black Label.
Another fan raised the possibility that YG might release a new girl group, regarding the resolution of 2NE1. The old-school group was fired from YG Entertainment in favor of BLACKPINK’s debut. While the reports have been denied by the company, the fan’s theory hit the nail on the head: the company does in fact plan to form a new girl group in the near future.
While YG Entertainment has denied any split from BLACKPINK, given their recent album release, the girl group is still not counting on any potential comebacks in the near future. born pink. The K-pop group’s discography is surprisingly short, with just two studio albums to their name as opposed to their six years in the industry, though they’ve also been semi-active between ambassadorial work and their musical endeavors.
born pink can be found and streamed on Spotify.
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