Preorders for Blackpink's upcoming full-length album top 1 million


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  • Music
  • Friday, 02 Oct 2020

A cropped photo of Blackpink's 2020 album cover. Photo: Blackpink/Instagram

Preorders for K-pop girl band Blackpink's upcoming studio album have topped one million, its management agency said earlier today (Oct 2).

The Album, set for official release today, posted 670,000 preorders from South Korea and 340,000 from overseas, YG Entertainment said.

It said if the album records 1 million copies in actual sales in its first week, it will be the most by a K-pop girl group in history.

Eight tracks of the quartet's first full-length album will be available to the public at noon today, along with the music video of the title song Lovesick Girls on YouTube.

Its prereleased songs How You Like That and Ice Cream have made Billboards Hot 100, with the latter debuting at No. 13, the highest position ever by a female K-pop act. – The Korea Herald/Asia News Network

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