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Rosé
Rosé at the 33rd Golden Disc Awards in 2019, looking sideways.
Rosé in January 2019
Born
Roseanne Park

(1997-02-11) 11 February 1997 (age 24)
Auckland, New Zealand
Other namesPark Chae-young
Citizenship
Occupation
  • Singer
  • dancer
Years active
  • 2012
  • 2016–present
Musical career
OriginSouth Korea
GenresK-pop
InstrumentsVocals
Labels
Associated acts
Korean name
Hangul
Revised RomanizationBak Chae-yeong
McCune–ReischauerPak Ch'aeyŏng
Stage name
Hangul
Revised RomanizationRoje
McCune–ReischauerRoje
Signature
Signature of Rosé.svg

Roseanne Park (born 11 February 1997), better known by the mononym Rosé (Korean로제), is a Korean-New Zealand singer and dancer[3][4] based in South Korea.[1] Born in New Zealand and raised in Australia, Rosé signed with South Korean label YG Entertainment following an audition in 2012, training there for four years. She made her debut as the main vocalist and lead dancer of the girl group Blackpink in August 2016 and made her solo debut with her single album R in March 2021.

Life and career

1997–2015: Early life and career beginnings

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

In 2012, 15-year-old Rosé attended an audition in Sydney, Australia for South Korean record label YG Entertainment at her father's suggestion[8] ranking first among 700 participants.[9][10] She was a big fan of YG Entertainment, citing they had all the "cool" groups.[11] Within two months, she dropped out of school, signed with the label as a trainee and moved to Seoul.[4] She initially presumed 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.[8]

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.[12] 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.[13][14]

2016–present: Debut with Blackpink and R

Rosé trained at YG Entertainment for four years before she was revealed as the final member of the girl group Blackpink on June 22, 2016. She was the last member to be revealed amongst the four.[15] The group debuted on August 8, 2016, with the single album Square One, which produced the lead singles "Whistle" and "Boombayah".[16]

The singer has also appeared on a variety of broadcast programs 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.[7] 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".[17]

On 1 June 2020, it was announced that Rosé would debut solo following the release of Blackpink's first Korean language full-length album.[18][19] On 30 December 2020, in an interview with South Korean media outlet Osen, her label revealed that filming for her debut music video would begin in mid-January 2021.[20] On 26 January 2021, a promotional teaser of Rosé's solo debut was released, revealing that a preview of her solo debut would be revealed through Blackpink Livestream Concert: The Show on 31 January 2021.[21][22]

Rosé and Anthony Vaccarello attending the gala in 2021

Rosé's debut single album, entitled R, was released on 12 March 2021.[23] Upon release, with 41.6 million views in 24 hours on her lead single "On the Ground", she broke the almost 8-year record of former labelmate Psy's "Gentleman" for the most viewed South Korean music video of a soloist in 24 hours.[24] "On the Ground" peaked at number 70 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming the highest-charting song by a Korean female soloist in the US. The song also debuted and peaked at number 1 on both the Global 200 and Global Excl. U.S. charts, the first song by a Korean solo artist to do so in the charts' histories.[25] R also set the record for the highest first-week sales by a Korean female soloist with 448,089 copies sold.[26] On 24 March, Rosé received her first-ever music show win as a soloist with her single "On the Ground" through South Korean cable music program, Show Champion, and would go on to win five more.[27] On 5 April, the music video for Rosé's song "Gone" was released.[28]

In September 2021, Rosé was invited by Saint Laurent creative director Anthony Vaccarello as an accompaniment to the Met Gala, held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute in New York City.[29] Her attendance at the annual fundraising event resulted her to become the first female K-pop idol to attend the Met Gala, alongside CL.[30]

Artistry

Influence

Through a radio interview, the singer cited her labelmate senior Taeyang of Big Bang as a role model towards her musical career.[31] Rosé also considered American singer Tori Kelly as an inspiration towards her musical style.[32] Rosé's voice has received acknowledgement in the K-pop industry for its distinct vocal timbre, following her debut as a member of Blackpink.[33] Following Rosé's performance on an episode of Fantastic Duo 2, South Korean singer Gummy, whom Rosé cited as a musical role model,[17] stated that "[Rosé's] voice is so unique, it's the [type of] voice young people love".[34]

Other ventures

Rosé in an October 2017 Korea Festival performance

Endorsements

In 2018, Rosé and fellow Blackpink member Jisoo were selected as endorsement models for the South Korean cosmetics brand Kiss Me.[35] In October 2019, Rosé was revealed as a promotional model for the Perfect World Entertainment's MMORPG Perfect World Mobile.[36] In August 2021, Rosé was revealed as a model for South Korean unisex casual brand 5252 BY OIOI and contemporary brand OIOICOLLECTION.[37]

Fashion

In 2020, Rosé was named the global ambassador for Yves Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello, becoming its first global ambassador in 59 years.[38] She was the global face for Saint Laurent's Fall 2020 campaign.[39] In 2021, Rosé became the muse for luxury cosmetics brand Yves Saint Laurent Beauté.[40]

On 21 April 2021, Rosé was declared as Tiffany & Co's newest global ambassador and debuted through the 2021 Tiffany HardWear digital campaign. In response, she stated: "I’ve always loved wearing Tiffany jewellery. To be part of an iconic brand that has been part of my life for a long time makes it that much more special to me. I am very honoured and excited to be a part of the HardWear campaign and I can’t wait for everyone to see it.”[41]

Impact and influence

As of April 2021, Rosé is among the top 10 most-followed Korean individual on Instagram, with over 37 million followers.[11] Since 2018, she has appeared on the Korean Business Research Institute's female celebrity brand reputation list,[42] a chart that tracks Korean celebrities with the most online searches and engagements, and previously reached the top 10.[43] Her influence on Yves Saint Laurent's Women's Summer 21 collection showcase earned them 27.3 million views on YouTube, 11 million views on Instagram and Facebook, and 30.6 million views on Weibo within one day.[44] The video of Saint Laurent's 2021 Spring/Summer collection reached 100 million views after Rosé featured in the video.[45]

Discography

Single albums

List of single albums, with selected details, selected chart position, and sales figure
Title Details Peak
positions
Sales Certifications
KOR
[46]
CRO
[47]
R 2 10

Singles

List of singles, with year released, selected chart position, sales figure, and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Album
KOR AUS
[51]
CAN
[52]
HUN
[53]
MLY
[54]
SGP
[55]
UK
[56]
US
[57]
WW
[58]
Gaon
[59]
Hot
[60]
As lead artist
"On the Ground" 2021 4 3 31 35 6 1 1 43 70 1 R
"Gone" 6 5 63 77 9 1 2 29
As featured artist
"Without You" (결국)
(G-Dragon featuring Rosé)[A]
2012 10 15 One of a Kind
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Composition credits

All song credits are adapted from the Korea Music Copyright Association's database, unless otherwise noted.[63]

Name of the song, year released, artist, and name of the album
Year Artist Song Album Lyrics Music
2021 Rosé "On the Ground" R Yes Yes
"Gone"

Videography

Music videos

Year Title Director(s) Length Ref.
2021 "On the Ground" Han Sa-min 3:09 [64]
"Gone" Kwon Yong-soo 3:41 [65]

Filmography

Television shows

Year Title Network Role Notes Ref.
English Korean
2017 King of Mask Singer 복면가왕 MBC Contestant (Circus Girl) Episodes 103–104 [66]
Fantastic Duo 2 판타스틱 듀오 SBS Contestant (Australia 400:1) Episodes 19–20 [17]

Awards and nominations

Name of the award ceremony, year presented, award category, nominee(s) of the award, and the result of the nomination
Award ceremony Year Category Nominee(s) / Work(s) Result Ref.
Brand of the Year Awards[B] 2021 Female Solo Artist Rosé Nominated [67]
BreakTudo Awards 2021 International Revelation Won [68]
The Fact Music Awards 2021 Fan N Star Choice Individual Nominated [69]
Joox Malaysia Top Music Awards 2021 Top 5 K-Pop Hits (Mid Year) "On the Ground" Won [70]
"Gone" Won [71]
MTV Europe Music Awards 2021 Best K-Pop Rosé Pending [72]
MTV Millennial Awards 2021 K-Pop Dominion Nominated [73]
Nickelodeon Mexico Kids' Choice Awards 2021 K-Pop Bomb Nominated [74]
Weibo Starlight Awards 2021 Starlight Hall of Fame (Korea) Won [75][76]

World records

Key
Indicates a record that was eventually broken Indicates a formerly held world record[C]
Name of record body, year the record was awarded, name of the record, and the name of the record holder
Publication Year World record Record holder Ref.
Guinness World Records 2021 First artist to reach number one on a Billboard Global chart as a soloist and as part of a group "On the Ground" [77]
dagger Most viewed YouTube music video in 24 hours by a solo K-pop artist [78]

Notes

  1. ^ Credited as "? of YG New Girl Group" at the time of the release.[62]
  2. ^ Established in 2003, the Brand of the Year Awards is an awards ceremony based on nationwide surveys hosted by the Korea Consumer Brand Committee and organized by the Korea Consumer Forum.
  3. ^ Note that this does not indicate that Rosé lost the record, only that the listed record holder (i.e. a music video) was eventually surpassed.

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