BLACKPINK begins filming for BORN PINK’s music video after Pink Venom’s release


The BLACKPINK members are all set to make a grand comeback to the world of music, and as everyone knows, the preparation for the same has already begun. For the unversed, the K-pop girl group has finally released the pre-release track Pink Venom, and now, the BLINKs are eagerly waiting for yet another smashing hit from the members. Apart from that, BLACKPINK’s upcoming album BORN PINK is all set to release on September 16, 2022, and there is no denying that the stakes are already high for the same!

BLACKPINK’s preparations

As speculations begin about the girl group’s upcoming album, the name of its title track and other details are still kept in wraps. On August 24, 2022, just a few weeks before BLACKPINK’s full-fledged comeback, the group’s agency YG Entertainment revealed that the four members, Lisa, Rose, Jennie, and Jisoo, are currently busy filming a new music video that is most likely to drop on September 16, 2022, the same date as that of their album release.

The girl group is reportedly filming for the said music video in Gyeonggi province. As revealed by one of the representatives of the renowned label, “All the songs on the album will write a new history for BLACKPINK, but the title song in particular will be a song that will surprise global music fans. The music video will also raise the status of K-pop with a uniqueness that has never been seen before.”

Pink Venom

BLACKPINK’s pre-release track Pink Venom was released on August 19, 2022, and has garnered a humongous response from music lovers around the world. As informed by an American media outlet, the popular pre-release track gained 90.4 million views within a span of just 24 hours. The same record made Pink Venom the biggest MV debut of 2022 on the popular platform YouTube. It also became the third largest 24-hour music video debut of all time, thereby breaking the earlier record made by How You Like That.

Earlier, when the pre-release track’s music video was released, the number of concurrent users on YouTube Premiere was confirmed to be around 2.5 million. This also makes for the highest record for any K-pop girl group. For the unversed, Pink Venom’s music video had earlier also achieved 100 million views at the fastest speed, which is 29 hours and 35 minutes, among other K-pop girl groups.