Their first reality program in two years is the next project.
BLACKPINK will appear in a new reality series that will follow them as they work on their most recent album, “Born Pink.”
BLACKPINK previewed the upcoming album with a clip that was released yesterday (December 1). The video walked viewers through a filing cabinet containing film rolls and images of the trio promoting their second studio album, revealing that “B.P.M.” is an acronym for “Born Pink Memories.”
The initiative, whose nature was not made clear in the teaser, will be “coming soon,” the video concluded.
B.P.M. is the name of the girl group’s newest reality program, according to a statement made by YG Entertainment earlier today (December 2) to the South Korean media. A behind-the-scenes look at the planning and marketing for the release of “Born Pink” will be shown on B.P.M.
According to the agency, the girl group’s upcoming reality show “BLACKPINK will show off a natural, wholly different aspect of their charms from when they’re performing on stage.” At the time of writing, B.P.M.’s release date and platform(s) have not yet been announced, along with additional information.
The group’s upcoming endeavor will be their first reality program since BLACKPINK’s 24/365 in 2020. The series, which is presently accessible to watch on YouTube, included moments from the members’ daily lives as well as behind-the-scenes footage of their preparations for “How You Like That” and “Ice Cream.”
In other BLACKPINK news, this year’s top K-pop artists on Spotify and Shazam include the girl group. Apple data shows that member Lisa’s solo song “Money” topped the list of the 25 K-pop songs that received the most Shazams this year, while BLACKPINK’s “Pink Venom” came in fifth.
As part of the launch of Wrapped 2022, Spotify released a list of the top 50 K-pop songs with the most streams this year. According to data from the music streaming service, “Pink Venom” and “Money” were the third and fourth most-streamed K-pop songs on Spotify, respectively.