BLACKPINK’s Rosé hints at entering the recording realm again, fueling rumors of a solo venture. She shares a glimpse of her creativity from a recording studio on Instagram. Rosé’s renewal of her contract for group promotions sparks curiosity about her individual trajectory.

Speculations grow stronger as she is rumored to collaborate with international producers, including a meal with Columbia Records CEO Ron Perry. Fans eagerly await Rosé’s harmonious revelations in her potential global musical conquests.

BLACKPINK’s Rosé, the epitome of musical prowess, has set the idol took to Instagram on January 11, offering a tantalizing glimpse into her future musical endeavors. In the snapshot, Rosé effortlessly exudes an aura of creativity from within the confines of a recording studio, igniting fervent speculation about her next musical masterpiece.

Fueling the rumor mill is YG Entertainment’s recent announcement that BLACKPINK’s members have collectively renewed their contracts solely for group promotions. This revelation sparked curiosity regarding Rosé’s individual trajectory, leading to widespread conjecture that the songstress is gearing up for a solo venture. Whispers of her collaboration with esteemed international producers gained traction, amplified by the fact that several notable names from the U.S. music industry recently hit the ‘follow’ button on her Instagram profile.

Adding fuel to the fiery speculation, reports surfaced of Rosé sharing a meal with Columbia Records CEO Ron Perry. This tête-à-tête only intensified the intrigue surrounding the BLACKPINK star’s potential global musical conquests. As fans eagerly connect the dots and dissect every social media clue, it seems that Rosé is poised to serenade the world once more, leaving aficionados on the edge of their seats, eagerly awaiting the harmonious revelations that await.

Who Is Rose?

Park Chaeyoung, better known by her English name Roseanne Park (born February 11, 1997 in Auckland, New Zealand) or Rosé, is the main vocalist and lead dancer of South Korean girl group BLACKPINK.

Rosé also has a successful independent career, amassing a large fan following for herself as a soloist. She is best known as a soloist for her unique vocal timbre, largely receiving praise for its distinctness following her debut. As a solo singer, she has collaborated with labelmate G-Dragon on his 2012 track “Without You”, which peaked at number ten on the Gaon Music Chart.

1997–2011: Early life and family
Rosé’s Korean name is Park Chaeyoung and her English name is Roseanne Park. Her family consists of her mother, a businesswoman, her father, a lawyer, and her sister, Alice Park, four years her senior and also a lawyer. She was born in Auckland, New Zealand and raised in Melbourne, Australia. For her education, Rosé attended Canterbury Girls’ Secondary College in Melbourne, Australia. As a child, Rosé always had a passion for singing and was a part of her church’s choir.

2012-2016: Becoming a trainee at YG
In 2012, Rosé’s father found out that YG Entertainment was holding their auditions in Sydney, Australia. He convinced her to take part in it. Despite Rosé’s mother not agreeing at first, Rosé and her father were able to convince her mother at the end. She quickly went to Sydney, coming all the way from Melbourne. Rosé ranked first in the auditions, beating 700 others, and became a trainee at YG Entertainment on the same day. After training for four years, YG finally put her as the main vocalist and lead dancer of BLACKPINK. She was the last member to be revealed in the band.

Less than 6 months after joining YG, Rosé featured on G-Dragon’s One of a Kind EP, on the track “Without You”.

2016-present: As a member of BLACKPINK, Solo debut
On August 8, 2016, Rosé made her debut under YG Entertainment, as a member of BLACKPINK. On October 17, 2018, YG announced that Rosé would be the next member to debut solo after Jennie. He further added on February 8, 2019, that her solo track would be released after BLACKPINK’s comeback with Kill This Love.

On December 30, 2020, OSEN announced that Rosé is scheduled to film the music video for her solo debut in mid January 2021.

On January 25, 2021, it was reported that Rosé will be performing a song from her solo album for the first time at BLACKPINK’s upcoming concert BLACKPINK: The Show. The following day, a coming soon video was posted on BLACKPINK’s YouTube channel. YG later stated that the song featured in the video is a B-side track. At the concert, Rosé performed the song heard in the coming soon teaser. After her live performance, the title of the song was revealed to be “Gone”. The track consists of 100% English lyrics and is about a woman’s broken heart. YG stated that the album schedule for Rose’s official debut will be released at a later time.

On February 10, 2021, YG Entertainment announced that Rosé will be making her solo debut sometime in March. It was also stated that they have finished filming the M/V for Rosé’s title song from her debut solo album. They at the time were currently ensuring its completeness due to the large amount of production fee. A couple hours later, it was added that they will be sharing more details about schedules with an official notice at a later time.

On February 26, 2021, according to Naver, Rosé’s solo album will be released in early March.

On March 2, 2021, two teaser posters for Rosé’s solo debut were posted on BLACKPINK’s social media accounts. She made her solo debut On March 12, 2021 with the single album, -R-.

On March 5, 2021, a title poster was posted on BLACKPINK’s social media accounts announcing the name of the title track, “On The Ground”.

On March 8, 2021, the M/V teaser for “On The Ground” was released on BLACKPINK’s social media accounts. On March 9th, the track list was released. On March 10th, a second teaser for “On The Ground” was released.

On March 12, 2021, an online press conference was held at 12 pm KST. A couple hours later, a comeback live was held on Vlive at 1 pm KST. She promoted the debut of -R- at both events. The ‘making film for the music video’ teaser was released on March 13th on BLACKPINK’s social media accounts.

Rosé began promoting on music shows on March 14, 2021 at Inkigayo. This was the first time she performed her solo choreography. (“The choreography for the title track ‘On The Ground’ was created by world-famous choreographers including Kiel Tutin and Kyle Hanagami”) During the first week, she performed both “On The Ground” and “Gone”. On March, 16th, she performed on “The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon”. For music shows, she performed on M Countdown, Music Core, and Inkigayo.

In an online fan meeting, Rosé confirmed that the M/V for Gone will be released sometime in the near future.

Rosé had a fan sign event on March 20th and March 21st. The fan sign on March 20th was for Koreans and the one on the 21st was for foreigners. She also collaborated with Ktown4u and had a fan sign event through them on March 28th. Rosé performed on the Kelly Clarkson Show on March 29th.

On March 30, Rosé appeared on Nippon TV Sukkiri ‘WE News’ at 10 am KST. She shared an exclusive performance and message during the show.

The Kpoppie Team