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BLACKPINK’s Rosé Cover Cautious Clay’s ‘Wildfire’: Watch – Billboard

Christmas is not over yet rose fan. On Tuesday (December 28), BLACKPINK member has left a new one spread belong to Cautious clay2021 single “Wildfire” on YouTube.

In the clip, Korean pop the idol struts her guitar while the sunset is gorgeous, the sky ablaze in orange and yellow patches behind her. “This love is expensive / It kills me gently / Don’t know what to call it / This thing you started / You made it easy for me, didn’t you? ” she sings before jumping into the chorus of the song.

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The video marks the first new upload to Rosé’s official YouTube channel in over seven months, although it’s safe to say she’s had a pretty good year even without posting on the platform.

In March, the Australian superstar released her first solo single “On the ground” as well as its emotional B-side “Gone.” The English-speaking song previously bowed at number 70 on Billboard Hot 100 upon release, becoming the highest-charting song by a female K-pop music solo artist in Billboards History. It also debuted at number 1 above all Billboard Global 200 and Billboard Global Excel. WE charts.

Since then, Rosé often stops by Korean variety shows Sea of ​​Hope to include everything from John Mayer “Slow Jump in the Burning Room” and by Paramore “The only exception” to Colbie Caillat and Jason Mraz’s “Lucky” and Alicia Keys’ “If I Didn’t Have You.”

In the first day of this month, global ambassador for Tiffany & Co. also partnered with sleep app Calm to reveal bedtime story “There’s a base with Rosé.”

Check out Rosé’s sunset cover of Clay’s “Wildfire” below.

https://www.billboard.com/music/pop/blackpink-rose-covers-cautious-clay-wildfire-watch-1235014172/ BLACKPINK’s Rosé Cover Cautious Clay’s ‘Wildfire’: Watch – Billboard

Dais Johnston

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