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Born 김제니 (aka Jennie Kim) in Seoul in 1996, BLACKPINK member JENNIE moved by herself to New Zealand at the age of nine to learn English. She would return to Korea five years later, in 2010, to pursue her dream of becoming a K-pop star. By 2016, she had debuted in BLACKPINK, alongside JISOO, ROSÉ, and LISA. Together, BLACKPINK would become one of the most popular girl groups in the world. Their debut song “BOOMBAYAH” reached No. 1 on Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales chart and was followed by other hits such as “DDU-DU DDU-DU” and “Kill This Love.” The group has also collaborated with Dua Lipa, Lady Gaga, Cardi B, and Selena Gomez, and in 2023 they became the first Korean act to headline Coachella. In 2018, JENNIE became the first BLACKPINK member to release a solo track. The aptly titled “SOLO” is ostensibly about moving on after a breakup, but it also works as a declaration of individual music-making for a versatile artist who expresses herself through both singing and rapping. JENNIE has cited artists like Lauryn Hill, TLC, and Rihanna as influences on her career. In 2023, she released the dance-pop track “You & Me,” a single first performed during BLACKPINK's Born Pink tour. “Look at you, now look at me/How you ever, ever gonna find someone like this?” JENNIE asks as the synth beat builds, both calling to mind 2020’s group track “How You Like That” and reminding listeners that JENNIE's public persona is defined by a supreme self-confidence.

Seoul, South Korea
January 16, 1996
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