They came, they saw, they conquered! The phrase fits well for the K-pop group BLACKPINK, who made history at Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival in California. BLACKPINK not only became the first K-pop band to perform at Coachella, but the all-girl band also dominated social media with 78.1% mentions of all posts about the event.
BLACKPINK has solidified its position as the largest girl group in the world and one of South Korea’s most notable representatives with their captivating performances and striking aesthetics.
The group’s groundbreaking Coachella show was a defining moment for the band and South Korea. BLACKPINK’s electrifying setlist, spectacular performance, and stunning attire left a lasting impression on the audience.
Their iconic music and dynamic performance connected with fans worldwide, solidifying their position as a dominant and influential force in the K-pop genre.
BLACKPINK dominates online viewership of Coachella
They performed new songs and individual performances, showcasing each member’s unique strengths. Their thrilling performance included beloved tracks such as “Kill This Love,” “How You Like That,” and “Pink Venom.”
Visibrain data reveals that BLACKPINK was referenced in an impressive 78.1% of social media posts about Coachella out of 9,674,274 posts. This is a remarkable feat for the group, given the many artists who performed at the event.
With a mesmerizing show, they entertained a live audience of 125,000 people and amassed an impressive 250 million online viewers, establishing themselves as world-renowned music icons.
BLACKPINK’s Lisa collaborates with Taeyang for a new song
An exciting teaser poster for Taeyang’s new EP, ‘Down to Earth,’ has been released. The poster features Taeyang posing calmly but intensely, with BLACKPINK’s Lisa standing in front of him, exuding confidence and fresh energy.
The b-side track “Shoong!” is an R&B trap genre with an emphatic hip-hop beat, and fans can look forward to a stylish performance from Taeyang and Lisa in their upcoming exceptional performance video.