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BLACKPINK has been recognized as rising influential stars by TIME magazine!
On November 13 local time, the magazine released its new “TIME 100 Next” list which names “100 rising stars who are shaping the future of business, entertainment, sports, politics, science, and more.” This inaugural list is connected to the magazine's famous “TIME 100” which lists the most influential people in the world.
The 100 selected figures on the “TIME 100 Next” were categorized into artists, advocates, leaders, phenoms, and innovators.
BLACKPINK was included as a “phenom” and earned a spot for their global influence and fan power. Their list of achievements included reaching 31 million YouTube subscribers, being the first K-pop girl group to perform at Coachella, and “DDU DU DDU DU” becoming the first K-pop group video with 1 billion views on YouTube.
Congratulations to BLACKPINK!

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chanhoes   11 months ago
Pretty sure YG is working so hard for Blackpink to be in TIME's cover. 
11 months ago
yooniverse    chanhoes   11 months ago
The devil works hard but YG works harder. 
11 months ago
IstanLegends   11 months ago
Watch how YG's going to media play the heck out of this. YG keeps on bragging and rigging when all they should be doing is giving the girls a comeback. 
11 months ago
Cylitchod    IstanLegends   11 months ago
I agree it's ridiculous him spending money on other things when they need a comeback, I use to be a blink but I'm not anymore, but I can tell you that yg needs to give them a comeback soon

11 months ago
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