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Blackpink survives the seven year curse; to continue group promotions as four under YG Ent.

Blackpink has renewed their contracts with YG Entertainment for group activities and fans couldn't be more delighted.

Esther Low

| December 7, 2023
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Blackpink. Photo: Press

Rumours of global K-pop girl group Blackpink disbanding have been laid to rest. And their fans, known as Blinks, can rest assured that the girl group will stay in our area.

The quartet has renewed their contracts with YG Entertainment for group activities, according to Yonhap News.

 

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This comes after months of speculations as to whether they would continue their musical journey together or part ways. Their previous contract ended a few months back, in August.

Their label released a statement confirming their continued partnership yesterday. “We have completed a board resolution on signing a group exclusive contract for all four members of our artist BLACKPINK,” an official statement said.

Prior to this announcement, it was allegedly revealed that only Rose had renewed and signed with YG Entertainment, according to Sports Seoul.

YG Entertainment expressed the desire to fulfil their promises to their fans worldwide by fully supporting the group’s activities. Fans can look forward to more from Blackpink, possibly returning with more concert world tours and new album releases.

The girls previously stopped by Singapore in May this year as part of their Born Pink world tour. They played a total of two nights at the iconic Singapore National Stadium.

This exclusive contract with YG Entertainment, however, is only for their promotional activities as a group. Following the announcement, the label’s stock soared, according to The Korea Times.

Read more: Blackpink grace Buckingham Palace, receive special mention and MBE from King Charles

Separately, the last public appearance of the quartet was in London’s Buckingham Palace, as the girls received special mention and the honorary MBEs (Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire).

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