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"Ice Cream"
Blackpink & Selena Gomez - Ice Cream.png
Digital single cover
Single by Blackpink and Selena Gomez
from the album The Album
Language
  • English
  • Korean
ReleasedAugust 28, 2020 (2020-08-28)
Recorded2020
Genre
Length2:56
Label
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)
  • Teddy
  • Tommy Brown
  • 24
  • Mr. Franks
Blackpink singles chronology
"How You Like That"
(2020)
"Ice Cream"
(2020)
"Lovesick Girls"
(2020)
Selena Gomez singles chronology
"Past Life"
(2020)
"Ice Cream"
(2020)
Music video
"Ice Cream" on YouTube

"Ice Cream" is a song by South Korean girl group Blackpink and American singer Selena Gomez. It was released on August 28, 2020, as the second single off Blackpink's first Korean-language studio album, The Album. The song was written by Gomez, Teddy, Tommy Brown, Ariana Grande, Victoria Monét, Bekuh Boom, 24, Steven Franks and produced by Teddy, Brown, 24 and Franks. "Ice Cream" is an electropop and bubblegum pop song with elements of trap. Lyrically, the song mainly consists of ice cream-related double entendres.

"Ice Cream" debuted and peaked at number 13 on the US Billboard Hot 100, becoming Blackpink's first single to peak inside the top-twenty of the chart. The song debuted in top-ten charts of Singapore and Hungary, the top-twenty in Australia, Canada and New Zealand and also entered the top-forty in Ireland, Lithuania, and the United Kingdom. It reached number 8 in its second week in South Korea. An official music video for the song was released on August 28, 2020.

Background and release

In an interview for Radio.com, Gomez revealed that she was first introduced to Blackpink after meeting Jisoo and Rosé during New York Fashion Week in 2019, while Blackpink shared that they had been big fans of Gomez's growing up, having danced to her music as trainees.[1]

On July 23, 2020, YG Entertainment released a teaser poster for a new collaboration single between Blackpink and an unnamed artist, set to be released in August.[2] Fans on social media started the "#AriPink" hashtag in hopes that the collaboration would be with singer Ariana Grande.[3] On July 28, the band announced their first Korean studio album, The Album, would be released on October 2, 2020.[4] On August 11, 2020, the unnamed artist was revealed to be American singer Selena Gomez, with Grande later being confirmed as one of the songwriters.[5] Ten days later, it was revealed that the title of the collaboration would be "Ice Cream".[6] On August 24, a teaser video featuring Blackpink and Gomez on video call together while the song played in the background was released.[7] Teaser photos of Blackpink and Gomez were released from August 24 to August 26. The teaser photo of Blackpink member Jisoo was released on August 24,[8] photos of members Jennie and Rosé were released on August 25,[9][10] and photos of Lisa as well as Gomez were released on August 26.[11][12] On August 27, 2020, Blackpink released a teaser music video for "Ice Cream".[13]

Upon the song's release, Gomez released an ice cream flavor inspired by the collaboration with Blackpink with Serendipity Ice Cream, in which she has an ownership stake, called "Cookies and Cream Remix".[14][15][16]

Composition

"Ice Cream" is an electropop[17] and bubblegum pop[18] song with elements of trap.[19] The song is written in the key of E major with a tempo of 80 beats per minute, while Blackpink and Gomez's vocal ranges span from the low note of B3 to the high note of E5.[17] The song's lyrics are sung mostly in English, with the exception of a Korean verse from Lisa.[20] Lyrically, the song mainly consists of ice cream-related double entendres.[21] Hugh McIntyre of Forbes described some of the lyrics, such as "Brr brr, frozen, you're the one been chosen / Play the part like Moses, keep it fresh like roses", as "upbeat nonsense".[19] Jon Caramanica of The New York Times described "Ice Cream" as "relentlessly bouncy and chipper" and described the singing as "a little playful, a little taunting, a little distant".[22]

Music video

Development and release

On August 27, 2020, Blackpink released an 18-second long teaser clip of the music video for "Ice Cream";[23][24] the music video was released a day later on August 28. Both videos were released on the group's official YouTube channel.[25][26] The music video for "Ice Cream" was directed by frequent director and collaborator Seo Hyun-seung.[27] It garnered 79.08 million views in its first 24 hours, marking the third biggest 24-hour debut for a music video on the platform, and a second personal best for the group behind their June 2020 single "How You Like That", which received 86.3 million views in its first 24 hours.[28] The video debuted at number one on the Global YouTube Music Videos Chart.[29] Behind-the-scenes videos of filming were released separately by Blackpink and Gomez on August 29.[30] Blackpink's scenes were filmed in South Korea, while the scenes featuring Gomez were filmed separately in the United States due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[31] As of October 1, 2020, the music video has amassed more than 300 million views on YouTube.[32]

Synopsis

The video shows Gomez and Blackpink in a number of colorful, pastel[20] sets and outfits. It opens with Gomez in a candy-striped bikini with gold hoop earrings and a white sailor hat,[33] driving a pastel-colored ice cream truck filled with Serendipity Ice Cream. The ice cream truck has the word "Selpink" written on it, a combination of "Selena" and "Blackpink".[34] The members of Blackpink appear next on-screen, popping up smiling behind ice-cream shaped cardboard cutouts. During her first verse, Jennie appears in a blue Care Bears-printed dress,[33] wearing matching blue eyeliner;[35] later in the video, she is joined by a capybara.[36] Blackpink are then shown riding bikes and dancing in a colorful, Candy Land-like[16] cul-de-sac,[14] while Gomez stands outside of the ice cream truck wearing a Puma romper with a green visor.[33] Gomez appears in a polka-dot yellow top with blue culottes for her next verse,[37] standing in front of a wall which reads "Ice Queen" in graffiti.[36] Rosé then appears alongside a golden retriever.[38] Next, Jisoo walks out of a cherry-patterned car parked in a cherry-patterned garage, holding a cherry and wearing cherry-themed accessories with a diadem.[35] For the second chorus, Blackpink dance in a pastel pink tennis court,[39] holding tennis rackets and wearing white tennis skirts and crop tops,[40][36] while Selena is shown sitting in a Chevrolet,[37] sporting a 1950s pin-up-inspired updo and wearing a yellow plaid off-the-shoulder romper.[34][41] Blackpink appear in a bright pink ice cream parlor for the second post-chorus, holding ice cream and wearing black-and-white outfits.[42] Blackpink are shown dancing and holding cat ice cream pillows during Lisa's rap verse.[35] As the song closes, Blackpink drive around in metallic pink Mercedes-Benz Power Wheels cars and, in a separate scene, play on a blow-up slide, wearing crochet outfits.[43][33]

Performance video

On September 2, an animated dance performance version of the music video was released via the group's YouTube channel.[44] In it, Blackpink and Gomez appear as 3-D ZEPETO avatars dressed in outfits similar to those worn in the original music video, and virtually team up to perform a dance routine to the song, that also included parts of the original choreography, while surrounded by "suspended ice cream cones" and other related imagery.[45]

Accolades

Award and nominations for "Ice Cream"
Year Organization Award Result Ref(s)
2020 MTV Europe Music Awards Best Collaboration Pending [46]
Music program awards
Program Date Ref.
Inkigayo (SBS) September 20, 2020 [47]
September 27, 2020 [48]
October 4, 2020 [49]

Commercial performance

In the UK, "Ice Cream" debuted at number 39, giving Blackpink their fifth top 40 single in the UK and making them the Korean act with the most top 40 singles in UK chart history, surpassing BTS. [50] The song debuted at number 13 on the US Billboard Hot 100, surpassing "How You Like That" and "Sour Candy", both of which peaked at number 33, to become Blackpink's highest-charting single in the US.[51] The song became Gomez's 25th top 40 entry on the chart,[52] and became Blackpink's third consecutive top 40 entry on the chart, making them the first all-female act since Fifth Harmony (from 2015 to 2016) to have three consecutive top 40 hits. The song also debuted at number two on Billboard's Digital Songs chart and at number eight on Billboard's Streaming Songs chart, having sold over 23,000 digital copies and having received over 18.3 million streams in its first week of tracking.[53] It also appeared at number 32 on the Billboard Mainstream Top 40 chart after garnering substantial airplay on both contemporary and adult contemporary radio, gaining 5.1 million radio airplay audience impressions during its first week of tracking and marking Blackpink's debut on the chart.[51][54]

Credits and personnel

Credits adapted from Tidal.[55]

Charts

Chart (2020) Peak
position
Argentina (Argentina Hot 100)[56] 42
Australia (ARIA)[57] 16
Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)[58] 57
Belgium (Ultratip Flanders)[59] 28
Canada (Canadian Hot 100)[60] 11
Canada CHR/Top 40 (Billboard)[61] 24
Czech Republic (Singles Digitál Top 100)[62] 60
France (SNEP)[63] 135
Germany (Official German Charts)[64] 78
Global 200 (Billboard)[65] 8
Hungary (Single Top 40)[66] 6
Hungary (Stream Top 40)[67] 31
Ireland (IRMA)[68] 33
Japan (Japan Hot 100)[69] 22
Japan (Oricon)[70] 30
Lithuania (AGATA)[71] 36
Malaysia (RIM)[72] 2
New Zealand (Recorded Music NZ)[73] 18
Paraguay (SGP)[74] 35
Portugal (AFP)[75] 25
Romania (Airplay 100)[76] 71
Scotland (OCC)[77] 20
Singapore (RIAS)[78] 2
Slovakia (Singles Digitál Top 100)[79] 38
South Korea (Gaon)[80] 8
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[81] 90
Sweden (Sverigetopplistan)[82] 78
Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)[83] 45
UK Singles (OCC)[84] 39
US Billboard Hot 100[85] 13
US Mainstream Top 40 (Billboard)[86] 21
US Rolling Stone Top 100[87] 9

Certifications and sales

Region Certification Certified units/sales
China 1,340,414[88]
Summaries

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone
double-daggersales+streaming figures based on certification alone

Release history

Release dates and formats for "Ice Cream"
Region Date Format Label Ref.
Various August 28, 2020 [6]
Australia Contemporary hit radio YG [89]
United States September 1, 2020
  • YG
  • Interscope
[90]

See also

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