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BLACKPINK’s Jennie reveals she’s working on new music

BLACKPINK singer Jennie has revealed that she has new solo music in the works.In her cover interview for the October 2023 edition of Harper’s Bazaar Korea, the K-pop idol and actress shared that she is preparing to release new music, teasing that it will be “unique”.“I’m making a song that’s by Jennie, the most Jennie and something unique that is only Jennie’s,” she told the magazine per Korea JoongAng Daily. It will be her first official release outside of the group since her November 2018 debut single ‘Solo’.So far, the only other solo material Jennie has unveiled is the song ‘You & Me (Moonlight)’, which she began performing on BLACKPINK’s ‘Born Pink’ world tour from last year, though it has yet to see an official release.However, she collaborated with The Weeknd and Lily-Rose Depp earlier this year on the song ‘One Of The Girls’ for the soundtrack of HBO series The Idol, which she also starred in.The news comes amid BLACKPINK’s discussions for contract renewal with their longtime agency YG Entertainment.

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The Weeknd breaks London Stadium attendance record on ‘After Hours Til Dawn’ tour
The Weeknd‘s recent gigs at the London Stadium broke an all-time attendance record for the Stratford venue.As part of his ‘After Hours Til Dawn’ stadium tour, Abel Tesfaye played two gigs at the stadium, built for the London 2012 Olympics, on July 7 and 8.Over the two nights, he played to a huge 160,000 people, breaking the attendance record for both a two-night stand and a single-night event at the stadium.A post shared by Abel Tesfaye (@theweeknd)Reviewing the tour’s stop in Manchester, NME wrote: “The Weeknd’s knack for dominating the charts with hit-after-hit-after-hit means that there might’ve been some debate over which track should end his main set tonight, but ‘Blinding Lights’, off 2020’s ‘After Hours’, is the obvious choice: a stadium-uniting force that prompts the kind of mass singalong you’d probably be able to hear over at Old Trafford on the other side of Manchester.”Elsewhere, The Weeknd has confirmed that he’s currently “finishing” up his new album. The singer, who recently announced his plan to retire the moniker and record under his birth name Abel Tesfaye, has long teased a trilogy of albums that has so far featured the LPs ‘After Hours’ and ‘Dawn FM’.“I’m finishing the third part of this saga, of this trilogy,” he revealed in a new interview.
The Weeknd ‘grateful’ for ‘The Idol’ despite ‘bumpy journey’
“worst sex scenes in history.”“Continue to push the vision no matter how bumpy the journey,” Tesfaye, 33, told his fans in an Instagram post, seemingly referring to the show’s poor reception. Upon premiering at Cannes, “The Idol,” which Tesfaye created with Sam Levinson of “Euphoria” fame, was widely derided for its nudity, sex and directionless plot. “‘The Idol,’ or 50 SHADES OF TESFAYE: A Pornhub-homepage odyssey starring Lily-Rose Depp’s areolas and The Weeknd’s greasy rat tail,” a critic for the Gray Lady sneered after a viewing.“The show heavily exploits Lily … I hope she’s okay with it all because it comes off very exploitative,” another critic worried. The plot followed troubled pop princess Jocelyn (Lily-Rose Depp, 24, daughter of Johnny Depp) as she became involved in a weird and sex-filled relationship with self-help guru, club owner and cult leader Tedros (Tesfaye). The show regularly scandalized audiences, who cringed at its “nasty” sex scenes.Levinson doubled down after “The Idol” was criticized, defending his work as “revolutionary,” while others noted that the show is actually a lot tamer than earlier efforts, such as “True Blood.” “I think we live in a very sexualized world,” Levinson said.Depp also defended the show, telling Vogue Australia, “We know that we’re making something provocative and we are not shying away from that. That’s something I knew I was setting out to do from the beginning.