BLACKPINK launch ‘Pink Venom’-inspired digital collectibles


K-pop girl group BLACKPINK have launched their first digital collectible collection, inspired by their hit 2022 song ‘Pink Venom’.

According to a report by South Korean news outlet The Korea Herald, BLACKPINK’s new digital collectible collection will be released from May 22 to 26 through VeVe, a New Zealand-based company that specialises in licensed digital collectibles.

VeVe has since released a video featuring the members of BLACKPINK introducing the new digital collectibles, which are inspired by the girl group’s 2022 single ‘Pink Venom’ from the album ‘Born Pink’.

Get ready VeVe fam & Blinks!🖤🩷

Join us for BLACKPINK WEEK as a new digital era begins with @BLACKPINK x VeVeVibes!

Drops 22-26 May! Find out more at https://t.co/gkqlqoHLdL pic.twitter.com/HWxwjHoBDw

— VeVe | Digital Collectibles (@veve_official) May 12, 2024

The app has since released a preview of the collectibles, featuring the members of BLACKPINK in what the company describes as “dynamic poses inspired by ‘Pink Venom’”, and in outfits from DEMOBAZA, a Bulgarian concept fashion brand.

“Fans who collect all four digital collectibles of a member will be eligible to craft one free ‘Pink Venom’ collectible card featuring a member’s signature, making them eligible to participate in a craft to purchase event for an exclusive digital collectible,” VeVe added.

JISOO, JENNIE, ROSÉ & LISA debut with VeVeVibes as limited edition digital collectibles

“Get ‘em, get ‘em, get ‘em” from 22 May! https://t.co/WkZaupONtY@BLACKPINK pic.twitter.com/khTZ7fwYDa

— VeVe | Digital Collectibles (@veve_official) May 12, 2024

In other BLACKPINK news, singer Jennie recently teamed up with Zico on a new collaboration titled ‘Spot!’. The K-pop idol also previously released the single ‘Slow Motion’ with Brockhampton‘s Matt Champion under her own label Odd Atelier.

Meanwhile, BLACKPINK member Lisa has signed a new deal with RCA Records for her future solo releases. The singer will also retain ownership of all her recordings under the partnership between her newly founded company LLOUD and RCA Records.

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