BLACKPINK Makes U.S. Television Debut on ‘Late Show’


Okay-pop woman group BLACKPINK carried out for the primary time on American tv tonight (Feb. 12). The quartet appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the place they carried out their hit single “Ddu-Du Ddu-Du.”  

Upon its launch as the only off of BLACKPINK’s Square Up EP final yr, “Ddu-Du Ddu-Du” grew to become their first tune on the Hot 100 singles chart, the place it debuted at No. 55. They are allegedly set to launch a brand new EP in March.

The efficiency was preceded by the information of the woman group asserting the North American tour dates for his or her 2019 In Your Area world tour. The act carried out for the primary time within the U.S. final week throughout Universal Music's annual Grammy Artist Showcase occasion; the group signed onto a partnership with UMG and Interscope final yr. In April, they are going to turn into the primary Okay-pop idol group to seem throughout each weekends of Coachella 2019. 

BLACKPINK is the second Okay-pop woman group ever to seem on Stateside late evening tv. The Late Show, then hosted by David Letterman, launched Girls’ Generation and their English rendition of “The Boys” to U.S. audiences again in 2012.

While the present was airing, the hashtag “BLACKPINKonLSSC” trending worldwide as followers waited in anticipation. The Late Show’s twitter account had enjoyable participating with the woman group’s fan military BLINK all through the evening.