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All references to BLACKPINK songs in the BLACKPINK music video for “Shut Down”

BLACK PINK he just dropped the teaser of the music video for “Shut Down” and besides that Rosecharming voice, what attracts everyone’s attention is the huge amount of references to BLACKPINK’s discography.

Here are all references to their songs on set and trust us, the details are immaculate.

1. “Crazy Over You” and “Whistle”

The path BLACKPINK follows is definitely “Queen Road”.

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2. “BUMBAJA”

There is no better way to start a teaser than with a huge sign with the title of their debut song.

3. “Playing with fire”

BLACKPINK has no fun when it comes to being the best.

4. “DDU-DU-DDU-DU”

JennieThe iconic “When the bass goes down, it’s another hit” cannot be ignored.

5. “Ice Cream”

If you approach the poster you will see all the text “Ice Cream”.

6. “How do you like it”, “SOLO”, “Hope Not” and “HOW WILL IT BE YOUR LAST”

We cannot tell if the printout under the tagline “AS IF THIS IS YOUR LAST” is Lisa“Money” or the name of the food because there is a kebab under “How You Like That”, but M / V will reveal the truth.

7. “I bet you want to”

With so many big names on this track like Cardi B and Ryan Tedderno wonder the song has its own big sign.

8. “Disappeared”

BLACKPINK will never disappear from history.

9. “Pink Venom”

Pink Venom and its lyrics were stuck everywhere on the set, and the poster below shows the year of BLACKPINK’s debut and the release date of Pink Venom.

10. “LALYSA”

If there was a premium album “LALISA”, it would be sold out in seconds.

11. “Pretty wild” and “Kiss and make up”

If you see through the light blinding the light, “Kiss and Make Up” is at its peak.

12. “Sour candy”

It’s a bit blurry, but “Sour Candy” is definitely there, and so are the BLINKS (the BLINKS are probably referenced everywhere on the set). And thanks to Rosé’s appearance at a recent Tiffany event, fans know Lady Gaga X BLACKPINK is still going strong.

We can’t wait to see what other hidden Easter eggs we’ll see in Close.

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