[NEWS] BLACKPINK Reveals Credit Poster For ‘How You Like That’, Participation From TEDDY

Girl group BLACKPINK’s ‘How You Like That’ credit poster was revealed on the 22nd through YG’s official blog.

The producing team including TEDDY has worked with BLACKPINK once again, hunching the birth of another hit song.

BLACKPINK presented unexpected charms on the poster, different from that of the previously revealed ‘black&white’ concept teasers, which raised curiosities on the upcoming song.

The members pulled off unbalanced denim looks which emphasized each member’s own unique charms, perfectly and harmoniously. The overall girl-crush aura and street Hip-hop look were presented through the poster.

LISA gave a strong impression with boxy fur and red boots, while JISOO emphasized her chicness with a black see through leopard dress. JENNIE wore a denim jacket revealing one shoulder along with glamorous accessories to show off her seductive looks, while ROSÉ revealed her hot bohemian charms with unique styling.

The lyrics of ‘How You Like That’ were written by TEDDY and Danny Chung. The song was composed by TEDDY, R.Tee, and 24, and arranged by R.Tee and 24.

TEDDY, who participated in both writing and composing the music to raise its level of completion, has worked as the main producer of all tracks from BLACKPINK’s debut single ‘SQUARE ONE’ to ‘KILL THIS LOVE’.

BLACKPINK will make comeback with their pre-release title song ‘How You Like That’ on the 26th at 6 PM, KST. They will then release their second song in special format between July~August, followed up by their first official album release in September.

Source: YG-Life

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