BLACKPINK Complete Discography (Albums, Mixtapes, Singles, and Features)


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South Korean girl-group powerhouse BLACKPINK have shattered records worldwide, from album sales to YouTube views.  They’ve amassed an astounding number of awards since their debut in 2016, and bring a refreshing take to the normally bouncy, oh-so-safe world of K-pop.

With elements of trap music and EDM infused into many of their songs—as well as a healthy and charmingly unexpected dose of hip-hop—the girls have garnered international acclaim. BLACKPINK’s work definitely puts themselves among the best K-Pop songs out there.

What’s more, they’ve attracted a legion of fans from all backgrounds, ages, and tastes.

Here’s BLACKPINK’s complete discography, in chronological order. It includes every album, mixtape, and single the group has released to date.


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  • “Boombayah”
  • “Whistle”
  • “Playing With Fire”
  • “Stay”
  • “As is It’s Your Last”
  • “Ddu-Du-Ddu-Du”
  • “Kill This Love”
  • “How You Like That”
  • “Ice Cream” with Selena Gomez
  • “Lovesick Girls”
  • “Awesome”
  • “Sour Candy” with Lady Gaga



  • “Kiss and Make Up” by Dua Lipa




Square One

Released: August 8, 2016

Facts about Square One 

  • In the track “Whistle,” BLACKPINK discusses the love and respect girls should have for themselves, and save their love for men deserving of it.
  • BLACKPINK’s debut single, “BOOMBAYAH,” is an upbeat summer track. It explores the importance of finding a mature man as a partner.
  • Jennie was the first member to join BLACKPINK. All the girls were discovered via YG Entertainment.


Popular Songs

  • “Whistle”




Square Two

Released: November 1, 2016

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Facts about Square Two

  • Lyrics in “Playing With Fire” cover the group’s accomplishments in their music career, and their desire to keep going.
  • In the track “STAY,” BLACKPINK discusses their roots—being trainees for YG Entertainment—as well as the toxicity in relationships where you’re too afraid or comfortable to leave, despite knowing you should.
  • All of the BLACKPINK members entered the music industries at a very young age. They therefore never had the chance to date as teens. Strange as it sounds, this is a common rule K-pop stars, known as “idols” in the industry, have to follow. This helps them maintain a very specific and implicitly pure public image.  Similarly, mixed-gender bands are not allowed.


Popular Songs

  • “STAY”





Square Up

Released: June 15, 2018

Blackpink Square Up album artwork, a pink cube fading into a black one.

Facts about Square Up

  • In the track “FOREVER YOUNG,” BlackPink expresses that those in their youth should live life to the fullest, with no regrets.
  • “REALLY” explores how girls appreciate the white lies boys tell them to salvage their love for each other—such as not checking other girls out.
  • On November 12th, 2018, Jennie from BLACKPINK was the first member to release her solo debut song.


Popular Songs






Kill This Love

Released: April 5, 2019

Album cover for Kill This Love by Blackpink, the group posing against a destroyed building.

Facts about Kill This Love

  • In the track “Kill This Love,” BlackPink discusses the obsession that comes with love. This includes being consumed by an illusion when you desperately want things to work.
  • “Don’t Know What To Do” covers the need to save face and act okay after a breakup, despite needing time to heal properly.

Popular Songs






The Album

Released: October 2, 2020

Album cover for BlackPink The Album, pink and purple gradient with black text and stylized logo.

Facts about “The Album”

  • “Ice Cream” embodies how the girls see themselves: sweet and consistent in their trademark flavors, both as individuals and as group.
  • The music video for “Ice Cream” features Selena Gomez. It been viewed on YouTube over half a billion times to date.


Popular Songs

  • “Ice Cream”
  • “How You Like That”
  • “Lovesick Girls”




In just a few short years, BLACKPINK has risen to the top of their game in not only K-pop, but the international genres of hip-hop and EDM, as well.  Fans eagerly away every new release and musical innovation these talented women have to offer. BLACKPINK is now among the most recognized names in K-pop such as BTS, MAMAMOO, Jessi and Red Velvet. They’re even beginning to rival big names in the states like Fall Out Boy and many others.


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