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Who wants Ice Cream? Blackpink and Selena Gomez's new song, music video out now

Who wants Ice Cream? Blackpink and Selena Gomez's new song, music video out now

FILE PHOTO: Cast member Selena Gomez poses at the premiere for the film "Dolittle" in Los Angeles, California, U.S., January 11, 2020. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni/File Photo

K-pop power girl group Blackpink and singer-actress Selena Gomez released their eagerly awaited new single Ice Cream on Friday (Aug 28) to furious fan approval.

Doused in shades of pink and other pastels, the music video opens with Gomez in a red-and-white striped outfit and sailor hat in the driver's seat of an ice cream van, while Blackpink members Jisoo, Jennie, Rose and Lisa later dance holding ice cream in a bright pink ice cream parlour.

Blackpink's management agency, YG Entertainment, said Ice Cream was perfect for summer and completely different from previous songs Kill This Love or How You Like That. Both had a more dynamic and aggressive club beat while Ice Cream has a lighter, bubbly vibe.

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"I really like that this song is sort of different than Blackpink's previous songs," said one fan with the username Ariel ari. "It's a new side and concept that really suits them. I can't wait for the new album!"

The 17-second teaser for the music video, released on Thursday, had over 14.5 million views on YouTube as of early Friday.

Ice Cream also loosely ties in with Gomez's new cooking show Selena + Chef, in which famous chefs appear remotely to teach the former Disney star to cook dishes such as omelettes, octopus, tacos and cookies. The 10-episode unscripted series debuted on the HBO MAX streaming platform this month.

When released two months ago, Blackpink's How You Like That broke YouTube's 24-hour viewing record with 82.4 million views on its first day of release on the video platform, according to Variety.

Fellow K-pop band BTS has since broken that record, garnering more than 100 million views in the first 24 hours for their latest single, Dynamite, released on Aug 21. 

Source: Reuters/sr

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