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"Hard lớn Love"
Song by Blackpink
from the album Born Pink
LanguageEnglish
ReleasedSeptember 16, 2022
StudioThe Black Label (Seoul)
Genre
  • Dance
  • pop rock
  • disco
Length2:43
Label
  • YG
  • Interscope
Composer(s)
  • Freddy Wexler
  • Teddy Park
  • Bianca Atterberry
  • Max Wolfgang
  • 24
  • R. Tee
Lyricist(s)
  • Wexler
  • Atterberry
  • Wolfgang
  • Park
Producer(s)
  • Freddy Wexler
  • 24
  • R. Tee
Audio video
"Hard lớn Love" on YouTube

"Hard lớn Love" is a tuy vậy by South Korean girl group Blackpink, sung as a solo by thành viên Rosé. It was released on September 16, 2022, as the fifth track on Blackpink's second studio album Born Pink (2022). It is an upbeat dance, guitar pop, pop rock and disco track with elements of city-pop, 90's rock and roll and "edgy" pop. The track's lyrics revolve around a protagonist expressing hidden insecurities about their ability lớn be loved.

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"Hard lớn Love" debuted at number 27 on the Billboard Global 200 and was a top-ten hit in Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore and Vietnam.

Background[edit]

In March 2021, Korean-New Zealand singer Rosé released her debut single album, R, accompanied by the lead single "On the Ground". The album debuted at number two on the Gaon Album Chart and became the best-selling album by a female soloist in the chart's history.[1][2] Meanwhile, "On the Ground" peaked at number one on the Billboard Global 200 and became the highest-charting tuy vậy by a Korean female soloist on the US Billboard Hot 100.[3]

Rosé performing “Hard lớn Love” during the Born Pink World Tour.

On July 31, 2022, YG Entertainment officially released the album trailer đoạn phim on the group's official social truyền thông accounts, announcing that the group's new world tour would start in October, following a pre-release single in August and the album itself in September.[4] "Hard To Love" was announced as the fifth track of Born Pink on September 7, 2022, through the group's official social truyền thông accounts.[5] The tuy vậy marks the singer's third solo track since the release of her debut single album in March 2021. Blackpink included the tuy vậy on the mix list of their Born Pink World Tour (2022–23), where Rosé performed it as part of her solo stage.[6]

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Lyrics and production[edit]

The lyrics of the tuy vậy were written by Freddy Wexler and Bianca Atterberry. Wexler conjured "Hard lớn Love" while he was on a jam session with his friends. He later sent a phác thảo of the tuy vậy lớn Teddy Park in June 2022 and was đoạn phim called by him, Lisa, and Rosé the next day. Over the next month, he would FaceTime with Park and the group, who suggested changes. Wexler explained that he was "intimidated at first", because music is "almost a religious experience for K-pop fans, so sánh there's a pressure lớn deliver something that is worthy". However, it turned out better than thở he could have ever imagined: "Generally, it's never as good as it was in your head, [but] this was an exception".[7] The final version of "Hard lớn Love" was fully recorded by Blackpink thành viên Rosé at The Black Label in Seoul, South Korea.

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"Hard lớn Love" is an upbeat dance, guitar pop, pop-rock[8] and lite-disco track with elements of 90's rock and roll and "edgy" pop.[9][10][11] The đô thị pop-esque[12] is built around a soft piano, funk-inspired guitar, disco handclaps, "glowing" neo-soul keys and "thick" bass groove.[11][13][14] In the lyrics, the singer expresses hidden insecurities about their ability lớn be loved. Rosé tells the female perspective, describing how a woman can "make it feel lượt thích heaven" and then over up hurting the lover: "Never meant lớn cause you a problem/Here I am, yet once again/With the same old story".[11] The tuy vậy is performed in the key of F major with a tempo of 105 beats per minute in common time.[15]

Commercial performance[edit]

"Hard lớn Love" debuted at number 27 on the Billboard Global 200 and at number 19 on the Billboard Global Excl. US.[16] In South Korea, the tuy vậy debuted at number 146 and peaked at number 87 on the Circle Digital Chart, and also peaked at number 22 on Billboard's South Korea Songs chart.[17][18] It debuted at number 65 on the ARIA Singles Chart and at number 68 on the Canadian Hot 100, and also reached the top ten in Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore and Vietnam.

Accolades[edit]

Credits and personnel[edit]

Credits adopted from Melon and Tidal.[20][21]

  • Roseanne Park – vocals, creative director
  • Bianca Atterberry – lyricist, composer
  • Freddy Wexler – lyricist, composer, music producer
  • Max Wolfgang – lyricist, composer
  • Teddy Park – lyricist, composer, creative director, executive
  • 24 – composer, arranger, keyboard 1, music producer
  • R. Tee – composer, arranger, keyboard 2, music producer
  • Chloe – chorus
  • Janghan Yoon – guitar
  • Nohc – electronic piano
  • Taeyoon Lee – bass
  • Josh Gudwin — mixing engineer, studio personnel

Charts[edit]

See also[edit]

  • List of K-pop songs on the Billboard charts

References[edit]

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