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BLACKPINK's Rosé Was *Clearly* Meant To Be A K-pop Star, Based On Her Very First YouTube Video

'She loves dancing, that's probably why.'
PHOTO: (LEFT) Instagram/roses_are_rosie; (RIGHT) YouTube/Rose

BLACKPINK's Rosé is definitely on cloud nine these days.

It's only been a few days since the release of her debut solo single "On The Ground," and she's already received massive support from her fans. At the moment, the song already has ~92 million~ views on YouTube! What more could your girl ask for?

Today, we're sure BLINKs all over the world are squealing with delight because Rosie just launched her own YouTube channel

We all know Rosé's *immense* musicality—she's got a golden set of pipes, plus, she plays the guitar and the piano, too! If you watched BLACKPINK's Netflix movie Light Up The Sky, you probably remember that scene where they feature Rosé's work on her solo. We're fully aware as well that she grew up in Australia (which explains her cute accent when she speaks English!).

The first video on her YouTube channel, entitled "ROSÉ | Interview Film," takes us back to those cherished childhood years which she touches on in "On The Ground." The short film includes several clips from Rosie as a little girl, like when she's learning how to snowboard and her parents discuss her natural dancer-like posture, to her instructional video on how to do yoga. Too cute! We also get to see her getting all affectionate with her unnie, Alice Park. Aww.


Rose goes on to talk about how much she loved playing the piano, and how this sparked her undeniable passion for making music.

"I've gone through many different things in life and through that experience, I realized the most important thing in music is to portray my life experiences and stories and make a voice," Rosé said. "That's why music for me is 'comfort' these days."

We know you can't get enough of "On The Ground," and if you haven't watched Rosé's interview film yet, you'll be happy to know that she talks more about the meaning behind the song's intriguing lyrics. What's clear in the video, overall, is that the most important things in her life are her music and her family. Aww. Such a sweetie!

In case you haven't seen it yet, here's Rosé's interview film:

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