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BLACKPINK’s BORN PINK promotions come to an end

It’s been a while since the members of BLACKPINK made a massive comeback with their full-length album BORN PINK. Not only that, but the K-pop girl group left no stone unturned by promoting the album on multiple platforms. There’s no denying that BLINKs enjoyed every moment of BORN PINK’s promotions. However, time flies fast, and just like others, promotions for the group’s second full-length album have finally come to an end, with only a few concerts left for the members to wrap up.

Recently, a letter was released to all BLINKs around the world notifying them of the end of BLACKPINK’s promotions for BORN PINK. This is what it says: “Hello BLINKs! This promotion was a lot of fun and we feel happy thanks to BLINK. BLINKs, who are always by our side loving and supporting us without change. Thank you for liking this album that we worked hard to prepare! Now it’s our concert!! he he. BLINK, are you ready? Starting from the concerts on October 15 and 16, we are going to meet fans from all over the world, so wait a little longer! The weather is getting cold so dress warm and take care of your health! We will see you soon! Love you.”

other records

According to the latest Billboard charts for the first week of October, the BORN PINK album’s title track Shut Down debuted to an impressive rank on the Hot 100 chart. For the inexperienced, the song came in at number 25 on the chart, joining pre-release track Pink Venom on the chart which is already going strong for five weeks. Said track is currently at position 57 on the list.

Among others, BORN PINK’s title track Shut Down charted at number one on the Billboard Global 200 and Global Exclusive US charts. The track has now extended its record previously made by its predecessor, Pink Venom. Speaking of Shut Down, it also took the number one spot on the World Digital Song Sales chart.

BORN PINK’s Billboard Journey

Earlier in the week, it was also reported that BORN PINK had debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart, becoming the girl group’s first. It makes BLACKPINK the only female K-pop act to date to have accomplished the feat and the first all-female group since 2008. The album has also surpassed TOP Album Sales, TOP Current Album Sales, and TOP Current Album Sales. Tastemaker albums.

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