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Is the ultra popular girl band BLACKPINK breaking up? Here is everything you need to know.

BLACKPINK is one of the famous bands of the K-pop genre around. The girl gang is only behind BTS in popularity and fan following. The K-pop band BLACKPINK made music debut in 2016 with nine members. Whereas a year later, 5 of the nine members left the GroupGroup. As the Rest Four were highly passionate and continued with the Group. Undoubtedly the ones must be regretting their decision to leave the GroupGroup as the Band is becoming famous worldwide. They were coming back to the Point as per Sources. The name was first Set as PINK PUNK. However, it didn’t suit up, and later they Changed it to BLACKPINK.

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Thank you, we love you so much💗

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The Group consists of 4 girls named Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa. The Group was formed back in 2016 with nine girls but the rest left due to personal reasons. However, the members Explained the meaning behind the name in an interview.

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We are the lovesick girls🤍

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In an interview, the girls mentioned that the name of the Group holds significant importance. As a result, Jennie Went on to explain. She said, “We wanted to express the diversity of the group… and the different genres we could do and show you guys”.They Said, “CEO, Yang Hyun-suk, ultimately had a different thought in mind. “One of our experimental names was PINK PUNK, but he made the ‘Pink’ part more relaxed and addressed it BLACKPINK”. Whereas Jennie Said, “If there were a color combined with black and pink, like in the proper amount, then we would have gone with that color. However, we couldn’t find that.”

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Blackpink has broken numerous online records throughout their career; the music videos for “Kill This Love” (2019), “How You Like That”, “Ice Cream” and “Lovesick Girls” (2020) each set records for the most-viewed music video within the first 24 hours of release, with “How You Like That” breaking three and setting two Guinness World Records