BLACKPINK‘s Rosé has recently dropped her 1st solo album’s “R” title track “On The Ground” which amazed fans with her wonderful vocals and visuals which are totally spectacular. Some of the fans were curious to know the title track meaning and some of them had a doubt that why the entire album is in English as her pre-release “Gone”, was also in English.
During the press conference for R was held, Rosé revealed the meaning of her title track “On The Ground” and also explained the real reason behind why her entire album is in English.
While revealing the meaning of the title track she said, “Although we always run (forth) while looking at higher places, the truly important things are within you.
Rosé revealed that the part of the song that stuck with her the most were the lines, “I worked my whole life, just to get high, just to realize, everything I need is on the ground.
She further addss, “The reason I feel inclined to it, is because of how much it matches my life one-dimensionally. From when I was a trainee, I lived day to day, running towards my dreams. Once in a while, there are moments where I’d question my motives, and I think the lyrics express this really well. I think this is something to learn from as well.”
While revealing the reason behind why her entire solo album is in English, she says that every song has its language which suits it the most. In order to raise the level of completeness for her songs, she felt that they suited English the most. Although Rosé was worried fans would find it a pity they weren’t in Korean, her priority was to deliver a satisfying song with a high level of completeness.
Check out her music video below!!