Rosé could should be topped the brand new queen of 2000s pop.
However Rosé really made large waves Tuesday for collaborating with fellow Ok-pop stars Onew of SHINee and Lee Suhyun of AKMU on a cowl of Alicia Keys’ “If I Ain’t Bought You.”
The trio’s seaside efficiency of the highly effective ballad — which is from Keys’ second album, 2003’s “The Diary of Alicia Keys” — aired on the South Korean selection present “Sea of Hope.”
Followers gave the rendition greater than 150,000 likes and dropped almost 6,000 feedback on the music’s YouTube web page. “Suhyun’s singing is dessert, Rose’s voice is chef’s kiss and onew’s vocal is cherry on the highest … the entire scrumptious dish served,” provided one admirer, whereas one other mentioned they “received GOOSEBUMPSSS” from Rose’s excessive notes.
Suhyun opened with the primary verse as Rosé, off to the facet, studied the lyrics off of her telephone moments earlier than her shining second.
Rosé then popped in — backed by a gradual piano groove — along with her personal hovering tackle the second verse, checking her telephone to push out lyrics together with, “Some individuals seek for a fountain/Guarantees without end younger/Some individuals want three dozen roses/And that’s the one method to show you’re keen on them.”
Onew snuck his approach into the outro, because the trio emotionally harmonized, “Some individuals need diamond rings/Some simply need the whole lot/However the whole lot means nothing/If I ain’t received you, yeah.”
The collaborations didn’t cease with Keys’ music. Onew and Rosé joined to cowl Jason Mraz and Colbie Caillat’s 2009 monitor “Fortunate.” The duo’s encore efficiency captivated the dwell viewers with their delicate stability as they joined for the refrain: “Fortunate I’m in love with my greatest buddy/Fortunate to have been the place I’ve been/ Fortunate to be coming house once more.”
Rosé and her Blackpink sisters are not any strangers to collabs, having labored with Woman Gaga and Selena Gomez. Final fall they teamed with now-expectant-mom Cardi B for the bouncy music “Guess You Wanna,” from the group’s sassy file “The Album.”