Rosé gave fans a present on her own birthday.
Last February 11, as she celebrates her 25th birthday, Blackpink Rosé surprised fans with a series of song covers on her official YouTube channel.
On her birthday eve, Rosé posted a picture on Instagram, teasing fans with a sideview photo of her holding a microphone with the caption, “25 (again), A little something for you on my youtube channel.”
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The K-pop singer covers a total of 3 songs: “Don’t Look Back In Anger” by Oasis, “December” by Neck Deep, and “Viva La Vida” by Coldplay. The videos have now garnered millions of views since their release.
In the videos, Rosé can be seen singing live in the studio, wearing a black cardigan and a white shirt, while hitting every high note effortlessly.
Rosé is not a stranger when it comes to doing song covers. She had her own renditions of some of the iconic songs like Alicia Key’s “If I Ain’t Got You” and Paramore’s “Only Exception.”
After the covers were released, fans celebrated and expressed their gratitude to the 2nd youngest Blackpink member, having received an unexpected gift from her.
Rosé gave us 2 incredible covers for her birthday. Thank you! 🥰 @blackpink pic.twitter.com/CJo7AszIoA
— ᴄʏᴀɴ (@cyanblink) February 11, 2022
Coldplay saw Rosé’s cover of Viva La Vida and wished her a happy birthday 🥰
‘Love this. What a voice. Happy birthday, Rosé 🎈’ #OurRockstarROSÉDay pic.twitter.com/jQZACP7HsE
— 젠바 🙈💕 (@blackpinkbabo) February 10, 2022
Rosé spoiling us with song covers on her birthday she's so sweet!! 😭❤️ pic.twitter.com/VzC04sboLL
— luxury ia (@ultjisooyah) February 11, 2022
While fans are still in a waiting game for Blackpink’s comeback, the singer spends her time fulfilling her duties as a Saint Laurent Ambassador.
Rosé is the 2nd member from her band, following Jennie, to release a solo album. “R” was released in early 2021 with hit English singles “On The Ground” and “Gone.”
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