BLACKPINK’s Rosé Shares Confidence in Teddy, “A Company to Achieve My Dreams”

BLACKPINK‘s Rosé has opened up about her collaboration with Teddy, the leader of The Black Label.

On June 19, Rosé expressed, “I’m sorry for keeping you waiting. I know you’ve been waiting to hear from me,” and continued, “I didn’t want to share anything until everything was set for my music release. I wanted to prepare properly.”

She added, “As many of you know, I don’t like talking about things before I do them. Since last year, I’ve been in the studio almost every day, working on new music. It’s been a year of finding my path and what I want to achieve. I’ve learned to be independent.”

Rosé emphasized, “I’m excited to officially partner with The Black Label. They will manage my career and help me reach my dreams. Stay tuned for more updates from me. Please look forward to my music. This is just the beginning.”

Previously, The Black Label announced on June 18, “We have signed an artist management contract with Rosé,” and mentioned, “With a strong bond between producer and artist, Teddy and Rosé have been in sync for a long time.”

They added, “Currently, Rosé is preparing to connect with global fans through new music. The Black Label aims to bring out the best synergy by supporting Rosé‘s creative freedom with her unique musical style. As she holds dual citizenship in South Korea and New Zealand, Rosé will focus on her music activities. Recently, despite a six-month break, Rosé has been seen collaborating with overseas music producers.”

Notably, Rosé has interacted on social media with Canadian singer-songwriter Socrates, American music producer Rob Grimaldi, American singer-songwriter Drax Project, and Gian Stone. Last October, she also drew attention for dining with Columbia Records CEO Ron Perry.

The Black Label, led by Teddy, manages artists like Taeyang, Jeon Somi, Zion.T, Park Bogum, Lee Jongwon, and Ella Gross. Originally based at YG Entertainment‘s headquarters, it recently moved to a new building in Hannam-dong.

Meanwhile, aside from Rosé, BLACKPINK‘s Lisa, Jennie, and Jisoo are pursuing solo activities through their own labels. Lisa established LALISA, Jennie founded OA, and Jisoo set up BLISU, each operating independently.

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