Netflix has now (September 9) declared the coming premiere of a brand new documentary on K-pop superstars BLACKPINK, Light Up The Sky.
Accepting societal websites to produce the statement, the flowing giant clarified the coming attribute as”an increasingly all-access documentary about among the world’s most well-known bands”.
prior to the film’s launch on Wednesday October 14, photos of the band’s associates — Lisa, Rosé, Jisoo along with Jenni — are also made accessible as profile icons on Netflix.
BLACKPINK: Light Up the Sky — a all-access documentary about among the world’s most well-known classes — premieres on your place on October 14! )
Oh and that is not all… about October 14, those audio icons may become Netflix profile icons pic.twitter.com/b9t00VnEMO
— Netflix (@netflix) September 9, respectively 2020
The movie’s launch will probably come only under a fortnight following the launch of this team’s highly anticipated debut studio record.
Fans’ve discovered two tracks in the album thus much –‘The Way You Like This’ and also the Selena Gomez-featuring’Ice Cream’ that was co-written from Ariana Grande along with Victoria Monet.
BLACKPINK have experienced three releases 2020 so far, such as both above singles and comprising on Lady Gaga’so called’Sour Chocolate’.
The launch of’The Way You Like This’ watched the group violate multiple documents. Most importantly, the monitor’s music movie garnered a shocking 86.3million viewpoints in the 24 hours after its launch, which in the time establish the record for the majority of viewpoints within an 24 hour interval on the stage.
That was crushed by fellow K-pop superstars BTS, whose’Dynamite’ video got 101.1million viewpoints in 24 hours.