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According to YG Entertainment released, BLACKPINK is on their way to make new changes in history with their upcoming first full-length album.
On September 4, exciting news about the girl group has been out when BLACKPINK's first studio album "THE ALBUM" has already surpassed 800,000 pre-orders in stock with just six days. This is the first time BLACKPINK release their own full-length album, which is long-awaiting and expected by the group all over the world. (The upcoming album racked up over 530,000 stock pre-orders within Korea, as well as an additional 270,000 pre-orders from the United States and Europe.)
YG Entertainment stated, "As soon as pre-orders began for BLACKPINK’s limited-edition ‘THE ALBUM’ LP, it sold out in a split second. Pre-orders for the regular album also exceeded our initial expected volume, so we are currently in the process of producing more albums."
BLACKPINK's "THE ALBUM" is scheduled to be out on October 2, includes the collaboration song with Lady Gaga "Sour Candy", their first pre-release single "How You Like That", and their more recent song with Selena Gomez "Ice Cream".
The full track list for the album has not been revealed yet, so we'll have more to look forward for this album to be out in just a short time.
Congratulations to BLACKPINK on this impressive achievement!