Mayonnaise, the Filipino rock band behind the hit 2004 song “Jopay,” just released a new single dedicated to a new apple of their eye: Blackpink member Rosé!
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Titled “Park Chae-Young” which is Rosé’s given name, the song is a slow ballad written and sung in Filipino which expresses admiration and devotion for someone. It begins with a short recorded audio clip of Rosé speaking in English before it goes into the song itself.
The band premiered the track and its accompanying lyric video last December 1. It features the voices of Chino David and Julia Daniel.
The track is part of Mayonnaise’s new album “Friends & Family.” Apart from “Park Chae-Young,” Rosé’s voice is also featured in two other songs, namely “St. Augustine” and “Sniper Training.” It seems that the band really is a huge fan of hers!
It was back in June when the band revealed that they were fans of the Kpop girl group when they shared an acoustic cover of the band’s song “Really.”
“Formally announcing my allegiance to the Blink Community through an acoustic cover of my favorite Blackpink song,” Mayonnaise frontman Monty Macalino said at the time.
Listen to “Park Chae-Young” below!
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