Rolling Stone Korea, revealed a new column by critic Kim Young Dae, who spared plenty of praise for BLACKPINK.
On July 11th, Rolling Stone Korea published a column by critic Kim Young Dae through its official website, which discussed the cutting-edge and unrivaled presence of the world-famous girl group BLACKPINK.
The column, titled “The cutting edge of a K-pop girl group armed with splendor and attitude,” was written by Kim Young Dae, a representative music critic of the Kpop scene, and dealt with the circumstances, areas and unprecedentedness of K-pop girl groups that BLACKPINK has expanded.
In addition, this column also explained where BLACKPINK music started, how the group established themselves as “popular” artists, and presented an in-depth analysis of the personal status and talents of the four members, including Jennie, Rosé, Lisa, and Jisoo.
In the column, Rolling Stone Korea and critic Kim Young Dae said: “Kpop finally has a state-of-the-art girl group whose modernity shines wherever they are on the global market.”
The column about Blackpink, “the cutting edge of a K-pop girl group armed with glamor and attitude,” can be found on the official website of Rolling Stone Korea.
Rolling Stone Korea has steadily recorded bestsellers in the music magazine field since its launch. Previously on July 8th, the 7th issue of Rolling Stone Korea, which included an interview with BLACKPINK, was published, drawing attention from fans all over the world.