The band shared their first single from the project, ‘ultraviolet.tragedies’ with Terrell Hines, today.
The ‘A Letter to Your Future Self’ microsite encourages fans to write to their future selves.
This will be the second single from BLACKPINK’s highly anticipated debut album, set for release on October 2.
The K-pop superstars also recently revealed that their highly-anticipated debut album will be out on October 2.
“When we wrote this song, it was exactly where my head was at - hopeful, excited and a crazy amount of self-reflection and self-growth,” said Eilish.
New single from South Korean superstar quartet due out next month.
The new K-pop sensation first came to prominence after winning the survival reality program 'Produce 101' and later as a member of the girl-group I.O.I.
The rising star and former I.O.I. member joins Blackpink on the roster of K-Pop stars signed to Interscope
The new release also includes the band's breakout anthem, 'Nightmares' which also featured in the HBO Series, 'I May Destroy You'.
The trio is joined by their parents in the wistful visual, which comes ahead of their forthcoming LP, ‘Mama’s Boy.’
The song comes ahead of the late rapper’s first posthumous album, ‘Legends Never Die,’ out July 10.
Following her show-stopping performance at the BET Awards last night, R&B star Summer Walker announced she has a new EP on the way, with ‘Life on Earth’ dropping on 10 July.
The singer's new album, 'Brightest Blue' is set for release through Interscope on July 17.
The dates include a huge UK show at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in North London, alongside a Paris gig and a selection of US shows.
The K-Pop superstars will also make their 'Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' performance debut tonight, June 26.
The artist addresses body-shaming head-on in the video, originally created for her ‘Where Do We Go?’ tour.