BLACKPINK’s Rosé Teases New Song ‘Vampirehollie’

Celebrating her 27th birthday in style, Blackpink’s Rosé treated fans to a special preview of her latest solo track, ‘Vampirehollie’. The singer took to Instagram to share a snippet of the upcoming song during a live broadcast on her newly launched channel.

In the brief teaser, Rosé croons, “Stupid words, lot of bad dreams / Angel hearts and a cute name / Hate that I can remember / Every evil thing you say,” giving fans a taste of the haunting melody and emotive lyrics to come.

This isn’t Rosé’s first solo venture; her debut single album, ‘R,’ featuring hits like ‘On the Ground’ and ‘Gone,’ garnered significant acclaim. Now, with ‘Vampirehollie’, she continues to captivate audiences with her distinctive sound and style.

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The excitement surrounding Rosé’s solo career is palpable, with the artist teasing further releases in the pipeline. “I know I’ve been away for a minute, but I’ve been working hard on some things that I’m really excited about,” she shared on Instagram, as reported by The Korea Times. “I cannot wait for you all to hear everything.”

However, Rosé’s solo pursuits come amidst significant changes for Blackpink as a whole. In December 2023, Rosé and her bandmates opted not to renew their individual contracts with YG Entertainment, marking a new chapter for the group. While they remain committed to group activities with the agency, each member is exploring their ventures.

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Jennie, for instance, has ventured into entrepreneurship, establishing her own company and label, Odd Atelier (OA). The move reflects her desire for “more freedom and ease for my solo activities,” she explained.

Likewise, Lisa has embarked on her management venture, founding LLOUD, a platform to showcase her musical and entertainment vision. Meanwhile, Jisoo reportedly set up her agency, Blissoo, alongside her brother, as detailed in a report by The Korea Herald.