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Rosé’s “On The Ground” Earns #1 On US iTunes Sales Chart; “Gone” Enters Top 20 (Update)

“On The Ground” and “Gone” are charting on iTunes.

Rose - On The Ground video screen | YG Entertainment

Update: As Friday progressed, Rosé’s debut solo single “On The Ground” continued to gain traction on the US iTunes sales chart.

The song ultimately reached #1 on the all-genre listing, and it remains in the pinnacle position as of press time at 8:20AM ET Friday morning.

The BLACKPINK member released “On The Ground” as part of her two-track “-R-” project. “Gone,” the B-side track, is currently #19 on the US iTunes chart.

Rosé co-wrote “On The Ground” with TEDDY, Amy Allen, Jon Bellion, Jorgen Odegard, and Raul Cubina. TEDDY, Odegard, Bellion, ojivolta, and 24 have production credit for the single.

TEDDY, Brian Lee, and J. Lauryn joined Rosé in writing “Gone.” Lee and 24 produced the track.
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Rosé’s debut solo single “On The Ground” has made a quick impact on the US iTunes song sales chart.

As of press time at 3:15AM ET, “On The Ground” is #6 on the all-genre iTunes listing. At that position, it presently ranks higher than any other Friday release.

In addition to “On The Ground,” the BLACKPINK member formally released “Gone” as a B-side. The track is also capturing interest, currently appearing at #40 on the US iTunes chart.

The two tracks appear together on “-R-,” the artist’s “first single album.” Not simply available as audio, “On The Ground” also has an accompanying music video out for viewing on YouTube.

Written by Brian Cantor

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