Fans discovered the formula YG used to name 3 BLACKPINK members’ solo songs; even found a hint for Jisoo’s solo?
Fans found an interesting surprise when matching the first letters in the names of BLACKPINK members’ solo songs in order of their debut.
In BLACKPINK, Lisa is the 3rd member to go solo. Recently, she has announced the title song called LALISA – the female idol’s real name. Thus, except Rosé, both Lisa and Jennie have solo songs with short titles, straight to the point. But recently, netizens discovered that the names of their singles contain an unexpected meaning when placed next to each other.
Specifically, if their solo tracks SOLO (Jennie), On The Ground (Rosé) and LALISA (Lisa) are arranged vertically, in the order of release, the first letter in each song could almost create the word “SOLO“. Jisoo is the only one who hasn’t had a solo debut yet, but this has made many fans guess that the title of her first solo single will start with the letter “O” to complete this formula.
Fans are also predicting the specific title of Jisoo’s solo song in the future. Many guessed that the female idol will release a song called… OK to keep it short and straight to the point, similar to Jennie & Lisa’s solo songs. Others jokingly said that she might turn the word “Jisoo” backwards to “Oosij” to make it her song title.
– I’m guessing Jisoo’s single album in the future will be named OK.
– The name of Jisoo’s solo song will be her name written backwards. I just know it.
– Will it be Jisoo – On the mic?
– Maybe it’ll be called One more time?
– Rosé’s is On The Ground, so Jisoo’s will be On The Sky.
– Jisoo’s song will be titled “OK” or “Oh My God”.
Jisoo’s solo debut has not been confirmed yet, so whether or not the title of her song will start with the letter “O” to complete the word “SOLO” is still a mystery. However, the coincidence in the song titles of the 3 BLACKPINK members is still an interesting fact. Fans are curious whether this is just a coincidence or YG intentionally named BLACKPINK’s solo tracks like that?