BLACKPINK’s Album Quantity Seems Insufficient Compared to Their Years in the Industry.

BLACKPINK (Debuted on August 8, 2016)

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SQUARE UP (Released on June 15, 2018)


2. Forever Young

3. Really

4. See U Later

BLACKPINK’s first physical album released two years after their debut.

KILL THIS LOVE (Released on April 5, 2019)

1. Kill This Love

2. Don’t Know What To Do

3. Kick It

4. Hope Not 

5. DDU-DU DDU-DU (Remix)

BLACKPINK’s second album released the following year.

How You Like That (Released on June 26, 2020)

1. How You Like That

Lead single and BLACKPINK’s first physical single album.

THE ALBUM (Released on October 2, 2020)

1. How You Like That

2. Ice Cream (with Selena Gomez)

3. Pretty Savage

4. Bet You Wanna (Feat. Cardi B)

5. Lovesick Girls

6. Crazy Over You

7. Love To Hate Me

8. You Never Know

BLACKPINK’s first full-length album (first in their 5th year).

BORN PINK (Released on September 16, 2022)

1. Pink Venom

2. Shut Down

3. Typa Girl

4. Yeah Yeah Yeah

5. Hard to Love

6. The Happiest Girl

7. Tally

8. Ready For Love

BLACKPINK’s second full-length album.

THE GIRLS (Released on August 25, 2023)


A single album for game promotion.

Up to the present, BLACKPINK has released a total of 6 physical albums (5 official albums + 1 game single)

Comparing with 4th generation girl groups…

– aespa (Debuted in 2020): Released a total of 4 physical albums.  

– IVE (Debuted in 2021): Released a total of 5 physical albums.

– LE SSERAFIM & NewJeans (Debuted in 2022): Released a total of 3 physical albums.


-Only 8 songs in the regular album?

-With just these songs, how did they manage their tours? Even if they have been earning well so far, what about the future? They can’t keep reusing the same setlist, right?

-Is it because of Teddy’s exclusive producing, or is it YG Entertainment’s strategy? This is quite extreme.

-There are too few songs, but the tour was a success.

-With solos, they have enough songs.

-How do they decide the tour setlist??? Always the same songs?

-During the tour, they probably perform many cover songs.

-They released about 30 songs in 7 years. If you average it out, they released one album with 10 songs every 2.5 years. Still, it’s limited, but maintaining their status with that number of songs is impressive.

-YG really knows how to maximize their value, huh? Releasing songs over 7 years and still touring.

-Their image isn’t overly exploited, which seems good.

-They even included almost half of the singles they previously released in that first full-length album.

-When BIGBANG started, their mini-albums had 6-7 songs, which means half of a full-length album, right? ㅎㅎㅎ But now, with 8 songs, it’s considered a full-length album.

-Why are people upset about BLACKPINK releasing fewer albums?ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ It’s not that fans are disappointed or that they’re not fans; it’s just people who aren’t fans are getting worked up. Why is that?ㅋㅋ

-Why are so many people upset?