Within the flirty clip, Gomez and the women of Blackpink hand around in a pastel-colored world, driving an ice cream truck, biking round and hanging out on a basketball courtroom, whereas usually having fun with the creamy confection that they liken to the emotions they catch for those they want. Gomez leads off with “Come a little closer ’cause you’re looking thirsty.” On the refrain they sing, “Diamonds on my wrist, so he call me ice cream/ You can double dip ’cause I know you like me/ Ice cream chillin’ chillin’.”
“Ice Cream” is the second single off “Blackpink: The Album,” following up the trap-pop observe “How You Like That.” Earlier this yr, the quartet joined Girl Gaga for the Grammy winner’s “Chromatica” observe “Sour Candy.” In anticipation of this new single, Gomez invested within the ice cream model Serendipity — which owns the famed NYC restaurant Serendipity3. Together with the discharge of the tune, a taste known as Cookies & Cream Remix (with pink vanilla ice cream) will go on sale Friday.
Blackpink made their official debut in 2016, though the Korean label YG Leisure started holding auditions and recruiting potential members in 2011. They started releasing singles quickly after their official lineup was locked down, together with their 2016 debut observe “Boombayah.” They’ve launched a number of EPs, the latest one being 2019’s “Kill This Love.” In 2018, they launched a Japanese studio album titled “Blackpink in Your Area,” which was technically a compilation of their beforehand launched singles and Japanese EP.
Gomez launched her third solo album “Rare” in January, her first album since 2015’s “Revival.” Most lately, she’s been internet hosting the HBO Max cooking present “Selena + Chef,” which she filmed whereas self-isolating because of the coronavirus pandemic. The present options Gomez being remotely taught to prepare dinner by esteemed cooks from the world over.