Blackpink’s Rose to Perform her New Solo Album on Jimmy Fallon’s Show

Blackpink’s lead vocalist Rosé recently released her new Album name “R”. The first song ‘On The Ground’ of the album premiered on March 12, 2021, and got over 1M views in an hour only. Her second song ‘Gone’ is already up on Spotify and Apple Music. This is Rosé’s first single, although not the first single of Blackpink mates.

Earlier Jennie got her ‘Solo’ song and album released. Now the fans are just waiting for Lisa and Jisoo’s solo releases. Rosé’s album is produced by YG Entertainment. The album received 400,000 pre-orders within four days, making a successful leap in Rosé’s music career.

Blackpink's Rose to Perform her New Solo Album on Jimmy Fallon's Show

Promoting Her Album ‘R’

According to Republic World, Rosé will be performing the latest release of her album ‘On the Ground’ on ‘The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon’. The host show will air on NBC on March 15, 2021. It is also speculated that the show will have its first South Korean soloist to promote and sing her song.

Due to the pandemic, Rosé will not travel to the show studio instead she will perform live through a live session from South Korea itself. Fans can view this episode on Youtube in clips, or just watch it from the NBCs official website. For the Indian viewers, they might have to wait a little longer for it to air on the ‘Comedy Central’ India channel.

Blackpink's Rose to Perform her New Solo Album on Jimmy Fallon's Show

About The Album

Rosé’s album ‘R’ was not much of a secret as last year when the girl band documentary ‘Blackpink: Light up the Sky’ released, Rosé hinted that she has been working sweat and blood on her upcoming music. Finally the album. While I am writing this article the views on her new song ‘On the Ground’ had already reached from 1 Million to 6 Million, intimidating isn’t it!

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She also revealed in the press conference that she has co-written the lyrics of both her songs ‘On The Ground’ and ‘Gone.’ Gone was made 2 years ago but now it finally got its prize.

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