Kim Jennie (김제니) is a South Korean singer and rapper under YG Entertainment. She is best known as a member of the internationally acclaimed girl group BLACKPINK.
Born and raised in South Korea, Jennie moved to Australia with her mom when she was ten years old. Not long after, she made another move and lived in New Zealand by herself for almost five years. At the age of fifteen, Jennie was supposed live in America for her studies. However, while she was in New Zealand, preparing her belongings for her impending move to America, she had a change of heart and decided to pursue her dreams of becoming a singer instead.
Jennie auditioned for YG Entertainment and passed, leading her to become an official trainee. During her six years of training, she became known among fans due to her participation in her labelmates' projects. She appeared as an actress in G-Dragon's music video for "That XX" and she featured on songs such as Lee Hi's "Scarecrow," Seungri's "GG Be," and the Korean version of G-Dragon's "Black."
On August 8, 2016, Jennie debuted as a member of BLACKPINK and went on to become one of the most sought-after artists of her generation. Two years later, on November 12th, 2018, Jennie made her highly-anticipated solo debut with the chart-topping digital single "Solo."
In 2023, Jennie made her official debut as an actress in the HBO series "THE IDOL", playing the role of 'Dyanne'.