In her interview with Rolling Stones magazine, BLACKPINK Rosé expressed her love towards music and gratitude towards members.
BLACKPINK recently appeared on the famous magazine Rolling Stones, where they shot a pictorial and shared about their music orientation as well as current life. Here, Rosé talked about the importance of music and her beloved members.
In particular, when asked about her biggest passion music, BLACKPINK Rosé said:
“As corny as it sounds, music is what matters, definitely. It starts with my love for music; that’s what makes me happy. It’s like a sense of — what do you call it? — healing. It’s something that calms me down during the day, it stops me from thinking. But with that, I get to do all these amazing things. Photo shoots! Being in front of the television [cameras]! It’s really fun, and I’m so grateful to be able to do these things. But then, I forget about music. I forget to sit down and pick up my guitar and sing.
During my time off, I started to realize I just love to sit and sing. Recently I started picking up the guitar again. I hadn’t been doing that for the past two or three months — caught up in life.”
The female idol also expressed her thoughts about her time doing solo activities alone, saying:
“The four of us are like one. We’re there for each other, and if one person can’t be in their best condition that day, then we are there to fill in for that other person. Standing alone was frightening. It made me realize how much Blackpink was a big support to me in the past. When I didn’t know what to do, I’d call to ask them what they felt, what their opinions were. So they were always there during my solo work.”
When asked about a future after BLACKPINK disbanded, Rosé answered:
“I think about it. But I don’t think it will be over. Blackpink is family forever. I grew up with them. They’re a part of me. I don’t think it’ll ever end. It’s dumb of me to ever worry about that or think about it. But you know, when something is so good and you love it so much, you always think of that side, because you don’t want to lose it.”