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All The Signs Blackpink Is Ready for the Ultimate Comeback

We're ready for more Blackpink!

The K-pop superstars had a massively successful 2019, including their performance at Coachella and their Kill This Love EP. Their stomping single, "Kill This Love," peaked at No. 41 on the Billboard Hot 100, making it the highest song on the chart by a K-pop girl group.

And while the girls went noticeably absent after touring, there have been some signs that their return is going to be bigger and better than ever.

First off, Blackpink will be featured on "Sour Candy" off Lady Gaga's highly-anticipated Chromatica, which doesn't yet have a release date after it was postponed due to COVID-19.

"Blackpink is scheduled to come back in June. We plan to officially make an announcement to fans first as soon as we have an exact release date,” a YG Entertainment spokesperson said to South Korea’s XSport News.

To add to the excitement, Blackpink members were seen in the studio with prominent producer Teddy Park and his frequent collaborator, BIGBANG's G-Dragon.

Sounds like summer 2020 will be the summer of Blackpink. Watch above.

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