BLACKPINK ROSÉ's popularity continues to constantly shine with media outlets and numerous prominent people in various fields mentioning and praising her due to her undisputed status as one of the best performers in the industry, both in dance and voice.
Her two solo releases have been breaking records since the day of their respective debuts and to date, have continued to perform exceptionally well on various national and global music charts. Which is why on December 3, Rolling Stone AU/NZ named her as one of the 50 living icons in its Australia and New Zealand list by breaking boundaries with her music. According to the magazine, Rosé emerged as a symbol of success in the transition from K-pop to mainstream Western music.
For this list of icons, Rolling Stone AU/NZ brought together a group of industry experts and a team that determined what defines an icon, and how much influence they have on culture, relevance, innovation, awards, and global impact.
Fans were quick to proudly hail Rosé's new recognition as an "Australian icon," while television outlets congratulated her for being one of the most recognizable faces in the music industry this decade.
Not long ago, Rosé made a notable appearance at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit, where she was introduced by the US’s First Lady Jill Biden as a “global superstar” whose music and positive messages resonate and inspire audiences around the world. She also recently made a public appearance alongside Lisa, Jennie and Jisoo at Buckingham Palace where the four members became the first K-pop artists and non-British citizens to be named honorary members of the Order of the British Empire by King Charles.
Congratulations to BLACKPINK's ROSÉ!