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Rosé
Rosé sits at a table holding a microphone, looking sideways.
Rosé at the 33rd Golden Disc Awards in January 2019
Born
Roseanne Park

(1997-02-11) 11 February 1997 (age 23)
Auckland, New Zealand
Other namesPark Chaeyoung
OccupationSinger
Years active2012, 2016–present
Musical career
OriginSouth Korea
GenresK-pop
InstrumentsVocals
Labels
Associated acts
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised RomanizationBak Chae-yeong
McCune–ReischauerPak Ch'aeyŏng
Stage name
Hangul
Revised RomanizationRoje
McCune–ReischauerRoje

Roseanne Park (born 11 February 1997), better known by the mononym Rosé (Korean로제), is a New Zealand singer and dancer based in South Korea.[2][3] Rosé signed with South Korean label YG Entertainment following an audition in 2012, training there for four years. She eventually made her debut as the main vocalist in the girl group Blackpink in August 2016. As a solo artist, she has featured in labelmate G-Dragon's 2012 track "Without You", which peaked at number ten on the Gaon Music Chart.

Life and career

1997–2015: Early life and career

Roseanne Park (Korean박채영; Park Chae-young) was born on 11 February 1997[4][5] in Auckland, New Zealand, to South Korean immigrant parents.[6] She has an older sister. In 2004, at the age of seven, Rosé and her family moved to Melbourne, Australia.[7] Rosé initially attended Kew East Primary School graduating in 2009, attending Canterbury Girls' Secondary College in Melbourne for her secondary schooling.[8] She began singing and learned to play guitar and piano as a child and performed in church choirs.[7][8]

In 2012, 16-year-old Rosé attended an audition in Australia for South Korean record label YG Entertainment at her father's suggestion[7] and was ranked first among 700 participants.[9][10] Within two months, she dropped out of school, signed with the label and moved to Seoul.[8] Rosé initially thought her father's idea was a joke due to the distance and difficulty of becoming a singer overseas, stating:

In Australia, I didn't think that there was much of a chance for me to become a singer, especially to become a K-pop star... I was living so far from the country that it never really occurred to me as a possibility.[7]

The same year, Rosé was given an opportunity to feature on labelmate G-Dragon's song "Without You" off his EP One of a Kind (2012). Her name was not publicised at the time of release with her credit revealed following her announcement as a Blackpink member.[11] The song peaked at number ten on South Korea's Gaon Music Chart and at number 15 on the Billboard Korea K-pop Hot 100.[12][13]

2016–present: Debut with Blackpink

Rosé trained at YG Entertainment for four years before her announcement as a member of Blackpink in June 2016. She was the last member to be revealed.[14] The group debuted in August 2016 with the single album Square One, which produced the lead singles "Whistle" and ''Boombayah".[15]

The singer has also appeared on a variety of broadcast programmes such as music shows King of Masked Singer and Fantastic Duo 2. Her vocal performance on King of Masked Singer was met with a warm reception by the audience, to which Rosé commented that she "didn't know if the audience would like [her] singing" and that she felt "happy and relieved" at the positive result.[6] Rosé later appeared as a performer on the second season of Fantastic Duo. The show's production staff stated that her appearance was intended to "reveal Rosé's vocal appeal, which is different from Blackpink".[16] On June 2, 2020, YG Entertainment announced that Rosé would debut solo in 2020, following the release of Blackpink's first full album.[17]

Artistry

Rosé's voice has received acknowledgement in the K-pop industry for its distinct vocal timbre, following her debut as a member of Blackpink.[18] Following Rosé's performance on an episode of Fantastic Duo 2, South Korean singer Gummy, whom Rosé cited as a musical role model,[16] stated that "[Rosé's] voice is so unique, it's the [type of] voice young people love".[19]

Through a radio interview, Rosé cited labelmate senior Big Bang's Taeyang as her role model towards her musical career.[20] As a musician, Rosé also considers American singer Tori Kelly an inspiration on her musical style.[21]

Endorsements

In 2018, Rosé and fellow Blackpink member Jisoo were selected as endorsement models for the South Korean cosmetics brand Kiss Me.[22] In October 2019, Rosé was revealed as a promotional model for the Perfect World Entertainment's MMORPG Perfect World Mobile.[23] In 2020, Rosé was named the global ambassador for Yves Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello.[24] She was the global face for Saint Laurent's Fall 2020 campaign.[25]

Impact and influence

As of October 2020, Rosé is the third most-followed Korean individual on Instagram, with over 30.5 million followers.[26] Since 2018, she has appeared on the Korean Business Research Institute's female celebrity brand reputation list,[27] a chart that tracks Korean celebrities with the most online searches and engagements, and previously reached the top 10.[28]

Discography

Rosé at a fansign event in Bundang, June 2018.

As featured artist

Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Album
KOR
Gaon
[12]
Hot
[13]
"Without You" (결국; Gyeolguk)
(G-Dragon feat. Rosé)[a]
2012 10 15 One of a Kind
  1. ^ Credited as "? of YG New Girl Group" at the time of the release.[29]

Filmography

Television

Year Title Network Role Notes Ref.
2017 King of Mask Singer MBC Contestant "Circus Girl" Episodes 103–104 [30]
Fantastic Duo SBS Contestant "Australia 400:1" Season 2, Episodes 19–20 [16]

See also

References

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  2. ^ Vincent, Brittany (12 February 2019). "Everything To Know About BLACKPINK (Before They're in Your Area)". MTV. Retrieved 5 September 2020.
  3. ^ Lee, Jung-yeon (12 August 2016). "[블랙핑크 VS 투애니원③] 블랙핑크는 누구?" [Who Is Blackpink?]. DongA Ilbo (in Korean). Retrieved 15 October 2020.
  4. ^ "BLΛƆKPIИK on Instagram: "#BLACKPINK #블랙핑크 #ROSÉ #로제 #HAPPYBIRTHDAY #2018_02_11 #YG"". Instagram. Retrieved 8 July 2019.
  5. ^ FAMILY, YG (10 February 2018). "HAPPY BIRTHDAY ROSÉ#BLACKPINK #블랙핑크#2018_02_11 #HBD #로제pic.twitter.com/AJEnRLeSyD". @ygent_official. Retrieved 8 July 2019.
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  19. ^ 블랙핑크 로제, 거미 선배 앞 떨리는 열창 ‘Irreplaceable’ 《Fantastic Duo 2》 판타스틱 듀오 2 EP19 (video) (Television show) (in Korean). YouTube: SBS. 6 August 2017. Event occurs at 2:30. Retrieved 30 May 2019.
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  24. ^ Pike, Naomi (3 July 2020). "Blackpink's Rosé Is A Saint Laurent Ambassador For A New Era". Vogue. Retrieved 19 July 2020.
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