After a month that Dua Lipa released the song “Electricity” collaborating with Silk City, Diplo and Mark Ronson, the collab of Dua Lipa with the K-pop girl group, BLACKPINK “Kiss And Make Up” is out now.
The song got released on Friday, October 19 and is a vibrant, rhythmical bilingual dance track. The song is about trying to “Kiss and Make Up” before a couple decides to end the relationship and part their ways.
This is how the lyrics of the song goes:
“I, I, I, I, I, I, I, I, I
Feel like we about to break up
I, I, I, I, I, I, I, I, I
Just wanna kiss and make up one last time.”
“Kiss And Make Up” is built around the repetition of the titular phrase and thriving on the five women’s addictive vocals. The song features the four members of BLACKPINK, Jisoo, Rosé, Lisa, and Jennie. The five singers switch from English to Korean, and back and forth.
This is the very first time that Dua Lipa and BLACKPINK have collaborated together. It also marks the first time for BLACKPINK to be featured as a whole on another artist’s album.
The two tracks “Want To” and “Running” are also featured in the album along with “Kiss and Make Up Up” and also all the other songs released on the earlier versions of Dua Lipa.
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At the time of the new edition’s release, Dua Lipa has spent 67 weeks on the Billboard 200 chart, hitting its peak at No. 27 on the chart dated Feb. 17. This is the first new song from BLACKPINK since “Ddu-Du Ddu-Du” debuted on the Hot 100 at No. 55 upon its release in June, the highest-ever song by a K-pop girl group to appear on the chart.
The collab came out shortly after the foursome’s label YG Entertainment announced that each of the group’s four members would be putting out solo tracks in the near future, beginning with Jennie which will supposedly be released in November.
Give the song a listen and, why not, Kiss And Make Up.
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All ears are on the new collaboration which fans all around the world are loving. Especially my little sister and my cousin who have been waiting for it for so long now. The song will accompany me and my writing as I love the rhythm.
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