BLACKPINK’s Rosé features in OPM band Mayonnaise’s latest album

OPM band Mayonnaise wrote a song about BLACKPINK’s Rosé.

In their latest studio album “Friends & Family, Mayonnaise released a track titled “박채영” (Park Chaeyoung), which is Rosé’s Korean name.

It featured Rosé’s voice in the intro, but the rest of the song is in Filipino. The song also features singers Chino David and Julia Daniel.

Park Chaeyoung was the Top 6 trending topic on Twitter in the Philippines on December 1, when the album was released. Mayonnaise thanked Filipino Fansés (Rosé fans) for letting the song trend on Twitter.

 

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Rosé’s voice also features in the introductions for the first song in the album “St. Augustine” and the final song “Sniper Training”, which features Josh Villanueva.

Meanwhile, listeners can hear a woman speaking Korean in the song “Kumander”.

Mayonnaise is celebrating its 18th year in the business this year with their eighth studio album “Friends & Family”. They are popularly known for their song “Jopay”, which is about SexBomb dancer Jopay Paguia.

Clara Palma
A frustrated supermodel/ballerina/novelist who lists Super Junior, EXO, and Infinite as some of her favorite groups, Clara’s first exposure to all things Korean was through K-dramas Lovers in Paris and Goong. She is willing to talk about fashion, beauty, dance, books, all things baduy, and figure skating over a cup of tea. She co-runs a figure skating blog You Only Lutz Once with fellow KStreet contributor Bea. Check out her blog or follow her on Twitter.

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