Its a good morning for pop fans.
Dua Lipa and BLACKPINKs collaboration Kiss And Make Up has dropped, and its a bonafide banger.
It was announced last month that Dua had included a collaboration with the K-pop girlband on the deluxe edition of her self-titled album, and the new record was released today.
The multilingual track hears Jisoo, Rosé, Lisa and Jennie sing their verses in Korean in contrast to Duas English hooks.
This is the first time BLACKPINKs four members have been featured on another artists album, and also marks the first collab between Dua and the band.
Kiss And Make Up comes after it was confirmed that Jisoo, Rosé, Lisa and Jennie will all release solo material.
The bands agency YG Entertainment said: “All four members of BLACKPINK will be releasing solo tracks. As a project that is simultaneously happening with [the production of] BLACKPINKs upcoming track, Jennie will the first member to [make her solo debut].
And YG CEO Yang Hyun Suk explained on Instagram: Jennies track will be released first, and following that will be Rosés solo track. BLACKPINKs greatest strength is that all four members individual talents are as strong as their bond as a team.
BLACKPINK are going from strength to strength since their debut in 2016.
Their single Ddu-Du Ddu-Du made them the highest charting female K-pop act on the Billboard Hot 100, after it hit number 55 on the chart.
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