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The Album is the debut studio album by South Korean girl group Blackpink. It was released on October 2, 2020 by YG Entertainment and Interscope. It is the group's first full-length work since their debut in 2016. For the album, Blackpink recorded over ten new songs and worked with a variety of producers, including Teddy, Tommy Brown, R. Tee, Steven Franks, and 24. Eight songs made the final tracklist, including two collaborations: "Ice Cream" with Selena Gomez, and "Bet You Wanna", featuring Cardi B. The album explores the themes of love and the complexities of growing up. Musically, The Album utilizes pop, R&B, hip hop, EDM, and trap elements.

The Album was supported by three singles in total, two of which were pre-released and became top-forty hits on the US Billboard Hot 100. Lead single "How You Like That" landed at number thirty-three; "Ice Cream" peaked at number thirteen to become Blackpink's highest-charting song in the United States; "Lovesick Girls" reached number fifty-nine on the chart. All three singles also became top-ten hits in South Korea, with "How You Like That" peaking at number one for three weeks, "Ice Cream" at number eight, and "Lovesick Girls" at number two on the Gaon Digital Chart. To promote the album, Blackpink appeared on several music programs in South Korea and talk shows in the United States, in addition to headlining a virtual pay-per-view concert, titled "The Show" on January 31, 2021. The Album received generally favorable reviews from music critics, who commended Blackpink's vocal ability and stylistic variety; however, a few critics found the album short and its production outdated.

The Album debuted at number one on the Gaon Album Chart and sold 1,092,550 copies in its first month, becoming the best-selling album by a female act in South Korea at the time and the first in the chart's history to surpass one million sales. It also debuted at number two on the US Billboard 200 with 110,000 units moved and became the highest-charting female Korean album and the highest-charting album by an all-female group since Danity Kane's Welcome to the Dollhouse (2008). Elsewhere, it reached number one in South Korea, New Zealand, and Mexico and opened in the top ten in 16 countries. The Album has since been certified million by the Korea Music Content Association (KMCA) and silver by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI). According to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), the album was the fifth best-selling album worldwide in pure sales in 2020.

Background and development

On May 4, 2020, it was reported that the group had finished recording their new album and were scheduled to shoot a music video later that month.[2][3] On May 18, the group's Korean label, YG Entertainment, shared an update on the project, which was originally teased for June. The label revealed that more than ten songs were recorded for the album.[4][5]

On June 7, YG Entertainment released a prologue of Blackpink's newest reality show, 24/365 with Blackpink, ahead of its launch on YouTube. The show documented the group's comeback while also sharing details of their lives through vlogs.[6] On June 10, YG posted the teaser poster to the pre-release single on numerous social media platforms, revealing the date for the single's launch to be June 26.[7] Starting on June 15, a series of teasers were posted every day on the group's official social media accounts with the featured single revealed as "How You Like That" on June 17.[8][9] The music video teaser was released on June 24.[10]

On July 23, YG Entertainment released a teaser poster for a new collaboration single between the group and a then-unconfirmed artist, set to be released in August.[11] On July 28, the band announced that the album would be titled The Album and that it would be released on October 2, 2020.[12] On August 12, 2020, the unconfirmed artist was revealed to be American singer-songwriter Selena Gomez.[13] On August 21, 2020, it was revealed that the title of the collaboration would be "Ice Cream".[14] On August 27, 2020, Blackpink released a teaser for the music video for "Ice Cream".[15]

In a September 2020 interview with American DJ and radio host Zach Sang, Blackpink revealed that the album was "jam-packed with all these different surprises, as much as 'Ice Cream' was a big surprise". They added that record producer Tommy Brown collaborated on two songs on the album, including "Ice Cream".[16] On September 27, the group announced a live comeback event scheduled on October 1.[17] On September 28, it was announced that "Lovesick Girls" would be released on October 2 as the third and primary single off of the album.[18] The same day, Blackpink revealed The Album track listing, which confirmed first-time songwriting contributions from members Jennie and Jisoo and additional collaborations with rapper Cardi B and record producers David Guetta and Ryan Tedder.[19]

On June 2, 2021, Universal Music Japan announced that the group would release a Japanese version of The Album on August 3, 2021. The release included Japanese versions for four out of the eight tracks – "How You Like That", "Pretty Savage", "Lovesick Girls", and "You Never Know" – and came in 12 different physical editions.[20]

Composition

Music and lyrics

The standard edition of The Album is about twenty-four minutes long. American singer Selena Gomez collaborated on "Ice Cream" and rapper Cardi B featured on "Bet You Wanna". The Album was written and produced by Teddy, Tommy Brown, Mr. Franks, Ariana Grande, Selena Gomez, Jennie, Jisoo, Brian Lee, and David Guetta, among others.[21] Jisoo and Jennie participated in the composing and writing of "Lovesick Girls".[22] At eight tracks, the album is the longest Korean material in Blackpink's catalog.[1] Musically, The Album is a pop and EDM record with R&B, hip hop and rock influences.[23][24][1] Blackpink explained that The Album is meant to show a more mature side of the group by singing about a diversity emotions experienced by girls growing up, rather than just singing about love.[25]

Songs

The opening track, "How You Like That", is a pop, trap and hip-hop song infused with regal horn blasts and a braggadocious hook, accompanied by elements of Arabic music during Lisa's second verse rap.[26][27][1] The lyrics deliver a "positive and hopeful" message about "not being daunted by dark situations and to not lose the confidence and strength to stand up again".[27] The second song, "Ice Cream" with Selena Gomez, is an electropop[28] and bubblegum pop[29] song with elements of trap.[30] The song's lyrics are sung mostly in English, with the exception of a Korean verse.[31] Lyrically, the song mainly consists of ice cream-related double entendres.[32] "Pretty Savage", the third song, is a trap song with chanted vocals and a skittish, staccato-style beat with a prowling piano in the background. It is about how the group's success came from being different than everyone else.[33][34][1] Rolling Stone labelled the song as the "sassiest kiss-off track since" Ariana Grande's "Thank U, Next".[1] The fourth track, "Bet You Wanna", featuring Cardi B, is a song with bubblegum pop lyrics.[35] The track features a simple beat enhanced by the group's voices and Cardi's rap flow.[34] The song is about promising your significant other a good time until "said person is hooked".[36]

The teen pop number "Lovesick Girls" is a dance-pop and electropop track with 2000s influences.[37][38][39] Incorporating acoustic guitar and EDM sound, the song is about the pain after a heartbreak.[38][40][39][1][41] Sputnikmusic compared the track positively to the band's 2017 disco single, "As If It's Your Last".[42] "Crazy Over You", the sixth song, is a retro hip-hop song arrangement into a minimalist trap rhythm and Balkan whistle coupled with surf rock guitar sounds.[34][43] The seventh song, "Love to Hate Me", is a dance-pop track, with a bass-heavy trap beat.[33] The song is about dismissing a jealous and "stupid" ex-lover.[43][1] The closing track, "You Never Know", is a heartfelt pop ballad with "majestic vocals and a sense of triumph".[44] Thematically, the track is about patience and empathy.[43][45]

Conception and recording

Blackpink was scheduled to do a world tour in the summer of 2020, but their plans changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, so they began work on their second album.[46] Blackpink member Rosé stated "I think it has made us more focused into completing the album and making it the best thing we can give to our fans."[46] The album was recorded from January to August 2020 at The Black Label studios in Seoul.[47][48]

"We felt very supported making this album. Being able to tell such personal stories, and to see our fans react to them now is so exciting! In the studio we also had a lot of fun all working together and collaborating on our music."

— Jisoo on how it was like recording The Album in the studio, Teen Vogue[49]

Title

While promoting the album on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on October 21, 2020, member Rosé revealed they had had many naming ideas for the album. "We had a bunch of ideas," she stated, "but at the end of the day, we knew that our fans were waiting so much for our album that we decided to go with something that just described it the best: 'Blackpink: The Album' sounded straightforward."[50]

Artwork and packaging

The standard edition was physically released on CD, cassette tape, and vinyl, and made available for digital download and streaming.[51] The deluxe edition comes in four box set versions, each containing a CD, a photobook, six postcards, two photocards, a sticker, a credits sheet, a mounted photocard, a poster and two group photo cards.[51] On October 8, YG Entertainment revealed the official The Album and "Lovesick Girls" merchandise on its official shop, YG Select. 4 Polaroid cards with undisclosed selfies of the members were gifted for any purchase of items on pre-order status.[52] On October 14, Limited Cashbee transportation cards were made available for sale at YG Select and on specialized retailers' websites.[53]

The Japanese release of the album was released with twelve physical editions. Alongside the regular edition, there are three limited editions featuring visuals from one of the singles: “How You Like That” for Version A, “Lovesick Girls” for Version B, and “Ice Cream” for Version C. Each limited edition comes with A4 size photo booklets, B3 posters, circular BIG cards, and photo cards for its concept. There are additionally four solo versions, one for each member, each of which is a magazine-type luxury package that uses solo photographs for the CD jacket, design, and booklet. The special edition includes a video on DVD and Blu-ray of the online concert The Show held in January 2021.[20]

Cover artwork

The album's standard edition artwork depicts the group's logo in pink font under a shining pink crown against a stark black background, which was first unveiled in a teaser poster by YG Entertainment in July 2020 along with the album's official release date.[46] The artwork was designed by a Seoul-based design studio, VBstudio.[54] In August, the group unveiled that the physical editions would be available in four versions along with a limited edition LP.[55]

Promotion

Marketing

On September 27, Blackpink released an exclusive playlist on Spotify which shows the music the members were listening to while they worked on the album.[56] On October 1, the group held a comeback live event on a South Korean live video streaming service V Live in celebration of the release day of their debut studio album.[17] On October 14, 2020, it was announced that Blackpink would hold a special live session on TikTok on October 21. YG Entertainment stated the event's purpose was to have the members grow closer to their fans.[57] The group gave interviews on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Apple Music's New Music Daily hosted by Zane Lowe, and the Zach Sang Show.[16][58][48] Blackpink appeared on the magazine cover of Elle's October issue.[59]

Live performances

On June 27, 2020, Blackpink performed "How You Like That" for the first time at The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.[60] The song was performed in June and July on several music programs in South Korea, including Show! Music Core and Inkigayo.[61] "Lovesick Girls" and "Pretty Savage" were performed on music and variety shows in October following the release of the album.[62] On October 21, 2020, Blackpink performed "Lovesick Girls" on Good Morning America and Jimmy Kimmel Live!.[58] On November 25, the group performed "Lovesick Girls" at the Waktu Indonesia Belanja, an event held by e-commerce platform Tokopedia.[63]

Singles

"How You Like That", released June 26, 2020, serves as the lead single from The Album.[64] The release was accompanied by a music video, directed by Seo Hyun-seung, which was released on the group's official YouTube channel the same day.[65] The music video amassed 86.3 million views within its first day of release, breaking the record for the most viewed music video in its first 24 hours (previously held by BTS' "Boy with Luv"[66]) and was the fastest video to hit 100 million views, doing so 32 hours after release.[67] On July 16, a physical version was released for purchase on Blackpink's official website, featuring the song and its instrumental.[68] The song debuted at number 33 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, becoming Blackpink's second top-forty debut.[64] In South Korea, the song peaked at number one on the Gaon Digital Chart for three weeks, earning Blackpink their third number-one single in the country.[69]

"Ice Cream" with Selena Gomez was released as the second single from the album on August 28, 2020. The single was then serviced to contemporary hit radio on September 1.[70] It peaked at number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Blackpink's highest-charting single in the US.[71] The song also reached number 8 in its second week in South Korea.[72] An official music video for the song was released on August 28, 2020. The video shows Gomez and Blackpink in a number of colorful, pastel sets and outfits.[31]

"Lovesick Girls" was released as the third single on October 2, 2020. Blackpink announced the song to be the main track off of the album with the single announcement on September 28.[18] An accompanying music video for the song was directed by Seo Hyun-seung and uploaded onto Blackpink's YouTube channel simultaneously with the single's release.[73] The song debuted at number 59 on the Billboard Hot 100 and peaked at number two on South Korea's Gaon Digital Chart.[74][75] Globally, "Lovesick Girls" debuted at number two on the Billboard Global 200 and at number one on the Global Excl. U.S., becoming Blackpink's first number-one single on the latter chart.[76]

Other songs

"Bet You Wanna" was set to be sent to US contemporary hit radio on November 10, 2020, as the album's fourth single.[77] On November 10, it was announced that the song would not impact the radio.[78] Upon the album's release, the song debuted and peaked at number one on the US Bubbling Under Hot 100 and was the highest peaking non-single of the project on the chart.[79]

The Show

On December 3, 2020, it was announced that Blackpink would headline a virtual pay-per-view concert to promote their album, set for launch on January 31, 2021. "The Show", available exclusively on Blackpink's YouTube channel, included first-time performances of songs from The Album and Rosé's upcoming solo "Gone".[80][81][82] The event served as the inaugural event in YG Entertainment's "YG Palm Stage" livestream concert brand, which aims to bring artists and fans closer "through a new performance environment that unfolds in the hands of the audience."[80][81]

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
AnyDecentMusic?6.4/10[83]
Metacritic71/100[84]
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic[85]
Associated PressPositive[86]
Consequence of SoundB−[87]
The Daily Telegraph[24]
The Guardian[23]
Insider8.1/10[45]
Rolling Stone[1]
Slant Magazine[88]
Sputnikmusic[42]
The Times[89]

The Album was met with generally favorable reviews from critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream publications, the album received a weighted average score of 71 based on 8 reviews, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[84]

Neil Z. Yeung of AllMusic said "overflowing with confidence, Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa conquer each track on The Album with their vocal ability (both singing and rapping) and effortless charm, switching up styles to offer something for every type of fan."[85] Alexis Petridis from The Guardian praised the album's production calling it a "precision-tooled rap-influenced pop that makes most western artists' efforts in that area seem wan", but critiqued the lack of an "overarching concept".[23] Writing for The Daily Telegraph, Neil McCormick wrote that the tracks "sounds like five different songs tightly packed into one" and that the album "is Britney Spearmint Bubblegum on steroids".[24] For Rolling Stone, Tim Chan wrote that "the eight-song set is a slick, confident and wildly entertaining release from the biggest girl group in the world".[1] From Insider, Callie Ahlgrim said that The Album "feels more like a playlist" whose songs do not form a group. On a positive note, she referred to the songs as being "eight straight shots of multicolored, sugary liquors". Palmer Haasch said that the album "manages to encompass their musical identity" and that it's "always keeps you on your toes".[45]

Hannah Zwick of Consequence of Sound said that the album "showcases their signature style of blending genres and influences to create songs that are just as classically pop as they are identifiably Blackpink", but critiques that it "leave[s] you wanting more, both in quantity and quality".[87] In a more positive review, IZM wrote that the appearance of this work informs that K-pop has begun to be reborn from a "passive attitude" to a "subjective aspect" and believes that "a lot of things will change starting from this album".[90]

In a mixed review from Slant Magazine, Sophie Ordez wrote that "crammed chockfull of crowd-pleasing EDM pyrotechnics and cheeky one-liners, The Album is undeniably a product of a well-oiled, state-of-the-art pop machine, but it feels stuck looking back to tried and true trends in both K-pop and Western pop music."[88] Mikael Wood from the Los Angeles Times gave a mixed review, calling the album "oppressive" and "almost entirely out of alignment with pop music's prevailing trends" and that the release "fails the test of old pop as well as the test of new."[91] Sputnikmusic's Raul Stanciu rated the album 2.4 out of 5, pointing out: "There is roughly an EP worth of songs here that bring something remotely interesting to the table, rather than simply rehashing past ideas and reproducing beats you've heard in 100 other tracks before."[42]

Billboard and Uproxx named it one of the best albums released in 2020. Its singles, "How You Like That",[92] "Ice Cream"[93] and "Lovesick Girls"[94] were also named amongst best songs of 2020. Paste ranked it the 15th greatest K-pop album of all time in 2023, writing that "instead of just singing about love the quartet showcased their mature exploration of all of love's greatest complexities", calling the album a "stirring document of musical growth from one of K-pop’s most important acts."[95]

Critic lists

The Album on critic lists
Critic/PublicationListRankRef.
BillboardTop 50 Best Albums of 202025[96]
The 25 Best Pop Albums of 2020[97]
DazedThe 20 Best Albums of 202015[98]
Genius50 Best Albums of 202014[99]
GlamourThe 30 Best Albums of 2020[100]
IdolatorThe 70 Best Pop Albums Of 202023[101]
PasteThe 30 Greatest K-pop Albums of All Time15[95]
PopCrush25 Best Albums of 2020[102]
UproxxThe Best Albums of 202041[103]

Awards and nominations

The album received nominations for Album of the Year at the 2020 Melon Music Awards and the 2020 Mnet Asian Music Awards; its single "How You Like That" won Best Female Dance Award at both. It was also nominated for Album of the Year at the 2021 Golden Disc Awards, where it won the Best Album Bonsang.

Awards and nominations for The Album
YearOrganizationAwardResultRef.
2020Asian Pop Music AwardsBest Album (Overseas)Won[104]
Melon Music AwardsAlbum of the YearNominated[105]
Mnet Asian Music AwardsAlbum of the YearNominated[106]
2021Gaon Chart Music AwardsArtist of the Year – Physical Album (4th Quarter)Nominated[107]
Golden Disc AwardsBest Album (Bonsang)Won[108]
Album of the Year (Daesang)Nominated[109]

Commercial performance

On September 4, 2020, YG announced that The Album had surpassed 800,000 pre-orders just 6 days after the pre-order period started. According to the company, the number of pre-orders reached over 530,000 copies in South Korea and combined pre-orders from the United States and Europe amounted to around 270,000 units.[110] By October 2, The Album had surpassed one million stock pre-orders. Of the one million, 670,000 pre-orders came from Korea and 340,000 came from the US and Europe. Additionally, a vinyl limited to 18,888 copies sold out within days.[111] On October 26, 2020, it was reported that the album accumulated 1.2 million physical sales worldwide.[112] In doing so, it broke S.E.S' 21-year-old record for the best-selling album by a idol girl group with their album Love, which had sold 760,000 copies in 1999.[112] The Album debuted at the top spot of the Gaon Album Chart, and broke the record of first week sales on Hanteo among girl groups, with 590,000 copies sold in just one day after its physical release date.[113][114] In November 2020, The Album debuted at number two on the Gaon Monthly album chart for the previous month, with 1,092,550 copies sold.[115][116] On December 10, Gaon Chart announced that Blackpink's album received an official million certification after selling over a million copies in South Korea, the first album by a female act to do so.[117]

With The Album peaking at number two on the Billboard 200, Blackpink became the highest-charting album by a female group since Danity Kane in 2006.

In the United States, The Album debuted at number two on the US Billboard 200 dated October 11, 2020, with 110,000 album-equivalent units, including 81,000 pure album sales, 26,000 stream-equivalent sales (resulting from 40.3 million on-demand streams), and 2,000 track-equivalent sales.[118] The album also became the highest-charting female Korean album and the highest-charting album by an all-female group since Danity Kane's Welcome to the Dollhouse in 2008.[118] In the same week, Blackpink also topped the Billboard Artist 100 Chart, becoming the first girl group to do so.[119] In its second week, the album descended to number six, with 35,000 equivalent album units earned, becoming the second K-pop act to spend multiple weeks in the top ten.[120] In its third week in the top ten, the album sold 29,000 units.[121] Following Blackpink's virtual concert "The Show", The Album rose from number 148 to 59 on the Billboard 200.[122] The Album and its singles were noted for having better chart performances compared to Kill This Love and its title track.[123] In Canada, The Album opened at number five on the Canadian Albums Chart.[124] Five album tracks debuted on the Canadian Hot 100 chart, with "How You Like That", "Ice Cream" and "Lovesick Girls" arriving in the top 40.[125]

The Album debuted at number two on the UK Albums Chart, becoming the highest-charting album by a Korean girl group and Korean female artist on the chart.[126] It was also the best-selling cassette album of the week, shifting 5,700 copies on the format.[127] In 2020, Blackpink charted five different songs in the United Kingdom in a single year, more than any other Korean act.[128] By the end of the year, The Album was the country's fifth best-selling cassette record and among the ten biggest releases from a female artist.[129] In Ireland, The Album arrived at number six on the Irish Albums Chart.[130] The album reached the top ten in many other European territories, including Finland, Flanders, Germany, Hungary, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Scotland, Slovakia, Spain and Sweden, and the top twenty in the Czech Republic, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Wallonia.

The Album was also successful in Oceania. In Australia, it debuted at number two on the ARIA Albums Chart.[131] Moreover, "How You Like That", "Ice Cream", "Bet You Wanna" and "Lovesick Girls" entered the top 50 of the ARIA Singles Chart.[132] The album debuted at number one on the New Zealand albums chart, becoming the first album by a female Korean act to top the chart and the first album by a female group to do so since The Pussycat Dolls's PCD in 2005.[133] "Lovesick Girls", "Bet You Wanna", and "Pretty Savage" charted in the top 10 of the New Zealand Hot Singles chart, and "Crazy Over You" placed thirteenth.[134]

The album's eight songs collectively drew 333.3 million streams and 70,000 downloads worldwide in the tracking week ending October 8, according to MRC Data. All songs debuted in the top 70 of Billboard Global 200 and the top 50 of the Global Excl. US, with five songs entering the top 20 of the latter.[135] It was led by the album's title track "Lovesick Girls", which debuted at number two on the Global 200. Outside the U.S., it debuted at number one on the Global Excl. U.S. with 114 million streams and 17,000 downloads sold, becoming the first chart-topper by a female artist.[76] According to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), The Album was the fifth best-selling album worldwide in pure sales in 2020, marking Blackpink's first album to rank in the top ten.[136]

Track listing

The Album track listing
No.TitleLyricsMusicArrangementLength
1."How You Like That"
  • R. Tee
  • 24
3:00
2."Ice Cream" (with Selena Gomez)
  • Brown
  • Mr. Franks
  • Teddy
2:55
3."Pretty Savage"
  • Teddy
  • Løren
  • Vince
  • Chung
  • Teddy
  • 24
  • R. Tee
  • Boom
  • Teddy
  • 24
  • R. Tee
3:19
4."Bet You Wanna" (featuring Cardi B)
  • Brown
  • Franks
  • Brown
  • Franks
  • Teddy
2:39
5."Lovesick Girls"
  • 24
  • R. Tee
3:12
6."Crazy Over You"
  • Teddy
  • Boom
  • Chung
  • 24
  • R. Tee
  • Future Bounce
2:41
7."Love to Hate Me"
  • Apte
  • Grimaldi
  • 24
  • Vince
  • Teddy
2:49
8."You Never Know"
  • Løren
  • Boom
  • 24
  • Boom
243:49
Total length:24:28
The Album - JP Ver. track listing
No.TitleLyricsMusicArrangementLength
1."How You Like That (JP Ver.)"
  • R. Tee
  • 24
3:00
3."Pretty Savage (JP Ver.)"
  • Teddy
  • R. Tee
  • 24
  • Boom
  • Teddy
  • 24
  • R. Tee
3:19
5."Lovesick Girls (JP Ver.)"
  • 24
  • R. Tee
3:12
8."You Never Know (JP Ver.)"
  • Løren
  • Boom
  • Sayumi Otomo
  • 24
  • Boom
243:49
Total length:24:28

Personnel

Charts

Certifications and sales

Certifications and sales for The Album
RegionCertificationCertified units/sales
France (SNEP)[184]Gold50,000
Japan66,862[185]
Poland (ZPAV)[186]Platinum20,000
South Korea (KMCA)[188]Million1,659,681[187]
United Kingdom (BPI)[189]Silver60,000
United States117,000[190]
Summaries
Worldwide (IFPI)1,510,000[191]

Sales+streaming figures based on certification alone.

Release history

Release dates and formats for The Album
RegionDateFormat(s)Label(s)Ref.
VariousOctober 2, 2020[192]
United StatesCD[193]
Brazil[194]
Australia[195]
Germany[196]
France[197]
United Kingdom[198]
South KoreaOctober 6, 2020
  • CD
  • LP (Black Edition)
[199]
JapanCD[200]
United StatesOctober 14, 2020Cassette[201]
December 31, 2020LP (Pink Edition)[202]
JP Ver.
JapanAugust 3, 2021
  • Digital download
  • streaming
Universal Japan[203]
CD[204]
  • CD+DVD
  • CD+Photobook
  • CD+2Blu-ray
  • CD+2DVD

See also

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Artist(s)

Veröffentlichungen von BLACKPINK die im OTRS erhältlich sind/waren:

The Album

BLACKPINK auf Wikipedia (oder andere Quellen):

Blackpink (koreanisch 블랙핑크, stilisierte Eigenschreibweise: BLACKPINK oder BLΛƆKPIИK) ist eine südkoreanische Girlgroup der dritten K-Pop-Generation, die 2016 von YG Entertainment gegründet wurde. Sie besteht aus den Mitgliedern Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé und Lisa.

Geschichte

Vor dem offiziellen Debüt

Die Gründung von Blackpink ist mit einigen Verzögerungen und Veränderungen verbunden. 2011 erklärte Yang Hyun-suk, dass er eine Girlgroup nach dem Vorbild von Girls’ Generation kreieren möchte. Die Mitglieder der Gruppe sollten hübsch sein und singen können, doch Talent sollte das Aussehen überwiegen.[1]

Die Formation der Girlgroup war inkonsistent. Geplante Namen für die neue Girlgroup waren Pink Punk, Baby Monster und Magnum.[2] Die Kandidatinnen für die Gruppe waren die Trainees Jennie Kim, Kim Jisoo, Lalisa Manobal, Park Chaeyoung, Cho Miyeon, Kim Eunbi, Euna Kim, Jinny Park, Jang Hanna und Moon Sua.[3][4][5] Jedoch scheiterten die Pläne, da ein Teil der Kandidatinnen aus unterschiedlichen Gründen aus der Gruppe ausschied. Dementsprechend wurde die Anzahl der Mädchen in der Gruppe nach jahrelangem Training geringer.[1] Aus Pink Punk wurde Blackpink und die offiziellen Vorbereitungen für das Debüt von Blackpink begannen im August 2016 mit Teasern.[6]

2016: Debüt und erste musikalische Erfolge

Am 29. Juni 2016 wurde die Gruppe offiziell von YG Entertainment vorgestellt.[6][7] Sie sind nach sieben Jahren die erste YG Girlgroup nach 2NE1.[8] Ihre erste Single Square One erschien am 8. August 2016.[9] Die Lieder der Single, Whistle und Boombayah, wurden von Teddy Park geschrieben und produziert und erreichten in den Billboard World Digital Songs Charts die Plätze eins und zwei. Dies gelang zuvor nur Psy und Big Bang.[10] Die Single Whistle stieg auf Platz 1 im August 2016 der Gaon-Charts ein.[11] Erfolge verzeichnete die Band auch auf Chinas größtem Musikservice QQ Music.[12]

Am 14. August 2016 hatte das Quartett seinen ersten Auftritt im Musikprogramm Inkigayo von SBS.[13] Am 27. August und 11. September gewannen Blackpink mit ihrer Single Whistle bei Inkigayo und waren zu diesem Zeitpunkt die Girlgroup, die mit 13 Tagen in der kürzesten Zeit nach ihrem Debüt in einem Musikprogramm gewann.

Am 1. November 2016 wurde ihre zweite Single Square Two mit den Leadsingles Playing with Fire und Stay veröffentlicht. Die Lieder wurden von Teddy Park, R.Tee und Seo Won Jin produziert.[14] Mit Playing with Fire erreichten sie erneut den ersten Platz der Billboard World Digital Songs Charts.[15] In Südkorea erreichte Playing With Fire Platz drei und Stay Platz zehn.[16]

Blackpink gewann innerhalb der ersten fünf Monate mehrere Newcomerpreise in wichtigen koreanischen Musikpreissendungen. Des Weiteren nannte Billboard Blackpink „eine der besten neuen K-Pop-Gruppen von 2016“.[17]

2017: As If It’s Your Last und Debüt in Japan

Im Januar 2017 wurde über den offiziellen Instagram-Account von Blackpink bekanntgegeben, dass ihre Fans BLINK genannt werden.[18] Im Sommer 2017 wurden Auftritte in Japan sowie die Veröffentlichung einer EP am 8. August angekündigt.[19][20][21][22]

Am 22. Juni erschien die Single As If It’s Your Last, auf der die Genres House, Reggae und Moombahton vermischt werden.[23] Das Video wurde nach 17 Stunden bereits mehr als 10 Millionen mal aufgerufen, und innerhalb von 46 Tagen konnten mehr als 100 Millionen Aufrufe erzielt werden. Damit war es das Video einer koreanischen Girlgroup, welches diese Zahl im kürzesten Zeitraum erreichte.[24] In den Billboard World Digital Songs Charts erreichte es nach einem Tag den ersten Platz.[25]

Am 20. Juli 2017 hielt Blackpink ihr erstes Konzert im Nippon Budokan in Tokyo vor 14.000 Besuchern.[26][27] Dem stand eine Nachfrage von 200.000 Tickets gegenüber.[28] Am 30. August 2017 erschien ihre erste EP Blackpink in Japan.[29][30]

2018: Blackpink House und Square Up

Auf YouTube, Naver und V Live wurde seit dem 6. Januar 2018 jeden Samstag um 9 Uhr KST eine Folge von Blackpink House veröffentlicht und ebenfalls von JTBC2 und Olleh TV ausgestrahlt.[31][32] Insgesamt erschienen zwölf Folgen.[33]

Am 28. März erschien eine Wiederveröffentlichung ihrer EP Blackpink namens Re: BLACKPINK, die Fassungen der ursprünglichen Lieder auf Japanisch und Koreanisch enthält.[34] Darüber hinaus enthält es ihre Musikvideos, Aufnahmen von ihren Live-Auftritten und ein Spezialinterview.[35]

Am 28. Mai stellte die Gruppe ihren ersten offiziellen Leuchtstab zum Verkauf bereit. Der Leuchtstab in Form eines Hammers hat zwei pinke Herzen, bestehend aus Silikon, auf beiden Seiten eines schwarzen Griffes. Er wurde von den Mitgliedern selbst entworfen. Drückt man einen Knopf, dann leuchten beide Herzen kontinuierlich. Drückt man den Knopf erneut, so wird die Reaktionsleuchtfunktion aktiviert mit der das Leuchten auf Basstöne in der Umgebung reagiert. Zudem kann der Stab einen Quietschton von sich geben, sobald diese Funktion aktiviert ist und man mit dem Hammer auf etwas schlägt.[36][37]

Am 15. Juni veröffentlichte Blackpink ihr erstes Mini-Album namens Square Up. Das Mini-Album enthält die Single Ddu-Du Ddu-Du und die Lieder Forever Young, Really und See U Later.[38][39] Die Single Ddu-Du Ddu-Du chartete auf Platz 17 in den Official Single Trending Charts[40] und auf Platz 78 in den offiziellen Singlecharts des Vereinigten Königreichs. Damit sind sie die erste koreanische Girlgroup, deren Single in Großbritannien chartete.[41] Das Video für Ddu-Du Ddu-Du erreichte mit 300 Millionen Aufrufen nach 69 Tagen auf Youtube den Rang des schnellsten Videos einer koreanischen Musikgruppe.[42][43][44][45][46] Des Weiteren erreichte es innerhalb von 24 Stunden 36,2 Millionen Aufrufe als zweitschnellstes Musikvideo auf dem Videoportal.[47] Außerdem debütierte Ddu-Du Ddu-Du auf Platz 55 in den Billboard Hot 100 und Square Up auf Platz 40 in den Billboard 200, was die bisher höchsten Chartplatzierungen einer koreanischen Girlgroup in den Vereinigten Staaten waren.[48] Im Veröffentlichungsmonat konnte sich die EP über 170.000 mal in Südkorea verkaufen.[49]

Ihre erste Tour namens Blackpink Arena Tour 2018 begann am 24. Juli in der Osaka-jō Hall, Osaka, Japan, und endete am 24. Dezember im Kyocera Dome Osaka.[50]

Am 26. Juli erreichte der YouTube-Kanal von Blackpink 10 Millionen Abonnenten und wurde als erster Kanal einer K-Pop-Gruppe mit einem Diamond Play Button ausgezeichnet.[51]

Am 10. und 11. November veranstaltete die Gruppe ihr erstes Konzert in Korea namens Blackpink [In Your Area] Seoul Concert. Das Konzert war bereits 2 bis 3 Minuten nach Verkaufseröffnung komplett ausverkauft. Die Besucherzahl für jeweils beide Tage betrug 15.000 Menschen.[52]

Am 19. Oktober veröffentlichte Dua Lipa das Lied Kiss and Make Up mit Blackpink.[53]

2019: Kill This Love

Im April veröffentlichte Blackpink ihre zweite EP Kill This Love mit der gleichnamigen Single und den weiteren Tracks Don't Know What to Do, Kick It, Hope Not und einem Remix ihres Songs Ddu-du Ddu-du.

Am 16. Oktober erschien die japanische Version von Kill This Love.[54]

Das Musikvideo von Ddu-du Ddu-du erreichte im November 1 Milliarde Aufrufe. Das macht Blackpink zur ersten K-Pop-Gruppe mit einem Musikvideo, das mehr als 1 Milliarde mal aufgerufen wurde.

2020: Sour Candy und The Album

Blackpinks im November 2018 in Seoul gestartete Welttournee Blackpink [In Your Area] endete am 22. Februar 2020 in Fukuoka, Japan.[55]

Mit Sour Candy veröffentlichte Lady Gaga am 28. Mai 2020 in Zusammenarbeit mit Blackpink die dritte Singleauskopplung aus ihrem neuen Album Chromatica.[56]

Am 26. Juni startete Blackpink ihr Comeback mit der Pre-Release Single How You Like That als Premiere auf Youtube.[57] Innerhalb von 24 Stunden zählte das Video auf der Plattform 82,4 Millionen Aufrufe. Damit knackte die Girlgroup den Rekord von BTS, die mit ihrer Single Boy with Luv feat. Halsey im April 2019 bereits 74,6 Millionen Aufrufe erzielt hatten.[58] Auch die 100 Millionen Klicks hatte mit etwa 32 Stunden nach Veröffentlichung kein anderer so schnell erreicht wie Blackpink.[59] Insgesamt stellte Blackpink fünf Guinness-Weltrekorde auf: die meisten Youtube-Aufrufe in den ersten 24 Stunden nach Upload für ein Video, Musikvideo und K-Pop-Video, sowie zwei Rekorde für die meistgesehene Premiere.[60]

Die zweite Pre-Release Single Ice Cream wurde am 28. August als Premiere auf YouTube veröffentlicht.[61]

Am 2. Oktober erschien der Song Lovesick Girls als Leadsingle des ersten vollen Albums The Album.[62]

2022: Born Pink

Am 31. Juli 2022 kündigten Blackpink ihre Pre-Release Single Pink Venom für August, ihr Album Born Pink für September und ihre Welttour für Oktober an.[63]

Am 19. August starteten Blackpink die Pre-Release Single Pink Venom als Premiere auf YouTube und gleichzeitig die #PinkVenomChallenge für YouTube Shorts.[64]

2023: The Girls, Auszeichnung und Vertragsverlängerung

Am 19. Mai erschien der Teaser für den Titel The Girls, der am 23. August veröffentlicht wurde und zum Soundtrack des Android-Spiels Blackpink – The Game gehört.[65]

Im November erhielten Jennie, Jisoo und Lisa Ehren-MBEs, während Rosé einen traditionellen MBE erhielt, da sie die doppelte Staatsbürgerschaft Neuseelands besitzt, wo King Charles Staatsoberhaupt ist.[66]

Am 6. Dezember gab YG Entertainment bekannt, dass die Mitglieder den Vertrag „für Gruppenaktivitäten“ verlängert hätten.

Mitglieder

Die Band besteht aus vier Mitgliedern.

KünstlernameGeburtsnameGeburtsdatumGeburtsortPosition
JisooKim Ji-soo3. Januar 1995Gunpo, Gyeonggi, Südkorea[67]Visual, Lead Vocalist
JennieJennie Kim16. Januar 1996Cheongdam-dong, Seoul, Südkorea[68]Main Rapper, Lead Vocalist
RoséRoseanne Park
Park Chae-young
11. Februar 1997Auckland, NeuseelandMain Vocalist, Lead Dancer
LisaLalisa Manobal
Pranpriya Manobal
27. März 1997Buri Ram, Thailand[69]Main Dancer, Lead Rapper, Maknae, Sub Vocalist

Diskografie

Studioalben

JahrTitel
Musiklabel
Höchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartplatzierungenChartplatzierungen
(Jahr, Titel, Musiklabel, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen[↑]: gemeinsam behandelt mit vorhergehendem Eintrag;
[←]: in beiden Charts platziert
 DE AT CH UK US KR JP
2018Blackpink in Your Area
YGEX
JP9
(52 Wo.)JP
Erstveröffentlichung: 5. Dezember 2018
2020The Album
YG Entertainment, Interscope Records
DE7
(12 Wo.)DE
AT9
(6 Wo.)AT
CH11
(8 Wo.)CH
UK2
Silber
Silber

(7 Wo.)UK
US2
(26 Wo.)US
KR1
Diamant
Diamant

(158 Wo.)KR
JP4
(3 Wo.)JP
Erstveröffentlichung: 2. Oktober 2020
Verkäufe: + 1.510.000[70]
2021The Album –JP Ver.–
YGEX
[KR: ↑]JP3
(53 Wo.)JP
Erstveröffentlichung: 3. August 2021
2022Born Pink
YG Entertainment
DE3
(21 Wo.)DE
AT6
(7 Wo.)AT
CH7
(10 Wo.)CH
UK1
Silber
Silber

(4 Wo.)UK
US1
(13 Wo.)US
KR1
Doppeldiamant
×2
Doppeldiamant

(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2022KR
JP3
(4 Wo.)JP
Erstveröffentlichung: 16. September 2022
Verkäufe: + 3.060.000

Filmografie

Reality-Shows

  • 2018: Black Pink House[71]
  • 2018: Black Pink X Star Road[72]
  • 2019: Blackpink Diaries
  • 2020: 24/365 with Blackpink[73]
  • 2022: B.P.M.[74]

Werbespots

  • 2016: Moonshot[75]
  • 2016: Reebok Clasic, Club C[76]
  • 2017: St. Scott LONDON Women's Kate Chain Shoulder Bag[77]
  • 2017: LG G6[78]
  • 2017: Lotte Trevi Sparkling Water[79]
  • 2018: Sprite[80]
  • 2018: O-Lens[81]

Fernsehauftritte

JahrTitelAnbieterEp.Ref.
2016Running ManSBS330[82]
Weekly IdolMBC277[83]
2017Weekly Idol310[84]
My Little Television98–99[85]
Get It Beauty 2017On Style2[86]
Section TV: Idol MenSBS884[87]
JYPs Party People4[88]
Night of Real Entertainment26[89]
K-Pop Star 613[90]
Knowing BrotherJTBC87[91]
Zip!NTVN/A[92]
2018BLACKPINK Home PartyAbema TV1–4[93]
Idol RoomJTBC7[94]
Night of Real EntertainmentSBS71[95]
My Little Old Boy97[96]
YG – Was kommt nach Big Bang?Netflix1[97]

Konzerte und Tourneen

Konzerte

  • 2017: Blackpink Japan Premium Debut Showcase[50]
  • 2018: Blackpink [In Your Area] Seoul Concert[98]

Tourneen

  • 2018: Blackpink Arena Tour 2018 (Japan)[99]
  • 2019: World Tour BlackPink [In Your Area][100]
  • 2022–2023: Born Pink World Tour

Werbung

Im Mai 2017 machte Blackpink Werbung für Incheon Main Customs.[101] Die Gruppe warb ebenfalls für Produkte der Unternehmen Reebok,[76] Louis Vuitton,[102] Moonshot,[103] St. Scott London,[77] Lotte,[104] Coca-Cola Company,[80] Puma,[105] Adidas[106] und Mise-en-scène,[107] Nestlé[108] und Guess.[109] Außerdem waren sie auf dem Cover der Magazine Nylon Japan,[110] South Korea's 1st Look,[111] Singapurs Teenage,[112] High Cut,[113] Elle Korea,[114] Cosmopolitan Korea,[115] Vogue Korea,[116] ASTA TV Style Magazine[117] und WWD BEAUTY Japan.[118]

Auszeichnungen

Weblinks

Commons: Blackpink – Sammlung von Bildern und Videos

Einzelnachweise

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  2. BLACKPINK Addresses Lack of Promotions, Talks Almost Debuting as “Pink Punk”, “Baby Monster”, or “Magnum”. In: Moonrok. 3. November 2016, abgerufen am 19. Mai 2018.
  3. YG Clears Up Rumors Concerning Moon Sua Joining Upcoming Girl Group | Soompi. Abgerufen am 19. Mai 2018 (amerikanisches Englisch).
  4. Black Pink originally had up to… 9 members? In: KBI Zoom. Abgerufen am 28. Juni 2018.
  5. Predebut Timeline: Black Pink through the Years. Abgerufen am 19. Mai 2018.
  6. a b "YG의 청초꽃 떴다"..블랙핑크 지수, 개인 포스터 공개. In: OSEN. 6. August 2016, abgerufen am 26. Juni 2018 (koreanisch).
  7. YG 새 걸그룹, '블랙 핑크' 이름의 뜻은? (YG 새 걸그룹 최종발표). In: Naver. 29. Juni 2016, abgerufen am 26. Juni 2018.}
  8. Kim Yu-young: YG Entertainment unveils K-pop group BlackPink. In: Kpop Herald. 9. August 2016, abgerufen am 7. März 2018.
  9. Blackpink – Square One – Single. In: Apple Music. Apple, 8. August 2016, abgerufen am 26. Juni 2018.
  10. Jeff Benjamin: Blackpink's Major Debut: New K-Pop Girl Group Lands No. 1 & 2 on World Digital Songs Chart. In: Billboard. 16. August 2016, abgerufen am 26. Juni 2018.
  11. 2016년 33주차 Digital Chart. 13. August 2016, abgerufen am 7. März 2018.
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  13. 헤럴드경제: 미모에 실력까지…인기가요 블랙핑크 등장에 남심 '흔들'. 15. August 2016, abgerufen am 7. März 2018.
  14. 블랙핑크, 11월6일 '인기가요'+10일 '엠카' 연속 컴백 확정. In: Naver. 29. Oktober 2016, abgerufen am 28. Juni 2018 (koreanisch).
  15. Jeff Benjamin: Blackpink Earn Second No. 1 on World Digital Songs, Debut on Social 50. In: Billboard. 9. November 2016, abgerufen am 28. Juni 2018.
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  22. BIGBANG妹分BLACKPINK8月デビュー. In: Nikkan Sports. 17. Mai 2017, abgerufen am 24. Juni 2017 (japanisch).
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  63. BLACKPINK: BLACKPINK - 'BORN PINK' ANNOUNCEMENT TRAILER. 31. Juli 2022, abgerufen am 5. August 2022 (englisch).
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  66. The King presents Honorary MBEs to Blackpink. In: Royal.uk. The Royal Household, 22. November 2023, abgerufen am 22. November 2023 (englisch).
  67. BLACKPINK 블랙핑크 'Star Road' EP.07. 9. November 2018, abgerufen am 9. Oktober 2021 (koreanisch).
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  72. [SHOW] BLACKPINK ON OSEN’S ‘STAR ROAD’. Abgerufen am 17. November 2018.
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  84. BLACKPINK To Return To "Weekly Idol" | Soompi. Abgerufen am 14. März 2018 (amerikanisches Englisch).
  85. BLACKPINK Makes First Ever Appearance On "My Little Television" | Soompi. Abgerufen am 14. März 2018 (amerikanisches Englisch).
  86. Watch a preview for the next episode of 'Get It Beauty 2017' with guests Black Pink! In: Allkpop. 21. Februar 2017, abgerufen am 29. Juni 2018 (englisch).
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  89. [SHOW] 170627 BLACKPINK on SBS ‘Night of Real Entertainment’. In: YGDreamers. 27. Juni 2017 (Online [abgerufen am 14. März 2018]).
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  92. BLACKPINK ON JAPAN’S NIPPON TV ‘ZIP!’ In: YGDreamers. Abgerufen am 29. Juni 2018 (englisch).
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  94. BLACKPINK Confirmed To Appear On JTBC's "Idol Room" | Soompi. Abgerufen am 23. Juni 2018 (amerikanisches Englisch).
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  96. BIGBANG’s Seungri Gives BLACKPINK Advice On How To Approach Scandals And Yang Hyun Suk | Soompi. Abgerufen am 22. Juli 2018 (englisch).
  97. Watch BLACKPINK on Netflix YG Future Strategy Office New Trailer. Abgerufen am 21. September 2018.
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  99. Natasha, Inc.: BLACKPINKが聖夜に京セラドームワンマン、日本初シングル「DDU-DU DDU-DU」も - 音楽ナタリー. Abgerufen am 24. Juli 2018 (japanisch).
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  102. BLACKPINK Are The New Models For Louis Vuitton And The Pics Are Hella Sexy. In: Koreaboo. 27. März 2018 (Online [abgerufen am 26. April 2018]).
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  104. This New BLACKPINK Ad Looks So Good People Thought It Was Their New MV. In: Koreaboo. 4. Mai 2017 (Online [abgerufen am 26. April 2018]).
  105. Blackpink Will Be The New Face of PUMA Commercial in Japan. In: BLACKPINK UPDATE. 16. April 2018 (Online [abgerufen am 26. April 2018]).
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  108. 「キットカット」日本発売45周年記念 - セレブレーションパートナー・BLACKPINKと藤田ニコルの超限定オリジナルプレゼントがもらえるキャンペーン、10月1日(月)より開始. Abgerufen am 21. September 2018.
  109. ‘Wherever GUESS’ BLACKPINK for GUESS and LOTTE Department Store. Abgerufen am 21. September 2018.
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  113. Annie Park: BLACKPINK To Star in HIGH CUT Magazine Korea Vol. 224 2018. In: blackpinkupdate.com. 7. Juni 2018, abgerufen am 12. Juli 2018 (englisch).
  114. Black Pink members are the chic cover models for 'Elle'. In: allkpop. (Online [abgerufen am 26. April 2018]).
  115. beansss: Check out 4 glamorous covers of 'Cosmopolitan' with Black Pink. In: allkpop.com. 17. Juli 2018, abgerufen am 17. Juli 2018 (englisch).
  116. Annie Park: BLACKPINK Vogue Korea Magazine Photoshoot August 2018 Issue. In: blackpinkupdate.com. 20. Juli 2018, abgerufen am 20. Juli 2018 (englisch).
  117. Annie Park: BLACKPINK Featured in ASTA TV Style Magazine August – September Issue. In: blackpinkupdate.com. 29. Juli 2018, abgerufen am 29. Juli 2018 (englisch).
  118. Annie Park: BLACKPINK To Star in WWD BEAUTY Japan Magazine August 16, 2018 Issue. In: blackpinkupdate.com. 15. August 2018, abgerufen am 16. August 2018 (englisch).