YG Entertainment's rookie group, Black Pink, has yet another feather on its cap. The four-member girl group is the proud muse for Singapore's popular magazine, Teenage. The girls are featured as the cover girls for the magazine's October 2016 issue.
Apparently, it's been two months since their debut, and Black Pink is already making its presence felt on the K-pop industry. The girls' popularity graph is soaring past all records with the tiny steps heading into the world of stardom. According to the magazine, the Whistle hit maker girl gang is the most versatile and audacious in nature.
The Singaporean magazine introduced them by saying: "Black Pink's in the area! The first girl group to debut from YG Entertainment in seven years, Black Pink's unique blend of signature YG-style music and idol-worthy pretty looks has whipped the industry into a frenzy. We find out if these rookie chart-toppers are truly worth the hype."
Meanwhile, the rookie girl group has taken a temporary halt from their outdoor activity schedule to focus on music. The band reportedly staged its last performance on SBS's Inkigayo on 11 September before taking the break.
Revealing the girl's further plans, the staffer previosly told Soompi: "In return we plan on accelerating work on new songs following the wrap up of activities. We think the best way to repay fans' support is to make a comeback with high quality music. We plan on more varied activities for the next album."
Black Pink, which consists of Jisoo, Jennie, Rose and Lisa, will unveil at least two new songs this year, while four other music videos are still in discussion stages.