Rosé (BLACKPINK )’s solo debut is a top Kpop event recently. Although only debuting solo, Rosé’s popularity already existed with BLACKPINK. However, who would expect her to constantly “clash” with many heavyweights, making the way to conquer to impressive achievements more or less difficult.
Rosé’s debut had to “clash” with strong opponents
After releasing MV On The Ground with her debut single album -R- , Rosé immediately met her overweight rival Rollin ‘ of Brave Girls on digital music charts. Despite being released more than 4 years ago, Rollin ‘ suddenly went upstream, becoming a national hit with a girl group’s record of Perfect All-kill hours. Naturally, Rosé’s song “stops” On The Ground on digital music charts and makes it difficult for Rosé to win trophies on weekly music shows.
Brave Girls’ Rollin ‘stopped’ On The Ground on the digital track
Until she got her form and gradually achieved trophies on music shows, Rosé had to face off against IU – a strong rival in the digital music scene and Baekhyun – “the king of million copies”. So now IU is holding trophies again and Baekhyun is also stalking at taking No.1 on weekend music shows.
… and Baekhyun’s comeback competition makes it difficult for Rosé
Until last April 1, Rosé announced that it would release the music video for the b-side song GONE. GONE is considered to be a good, catchy song and is more popular than the title song On The Ground . Released on April 5, Rosé had to directly confront Wendy – the first Red Velvet member to debut solo after 7 years of operation. Wendy will release their debut product Like Water on April 5.
Rosé just announced the release of MV GONE on April 5 …
… then hit Wendy again with Like Water on the same day
Sister love must be long lasting!