The Weeknd is preparing for one of the biggest nights of his career on Sunday. on June 4th idolthe HBO drama series co-created with The Weeknd, premieres on HBO and Max.
The series he co-created and directed trance Boasting an all-star cast, creator Sam Levinson includes Lily-Rose Depp, The Weeknd, Troye Sivan, Moses Sumney, Dan Levy, and Jennie Ruby Jane. While many of the cast members are also musicians, Jenny is the only woman in the cast with a legitimate pop career. In fact, she is a quarter of the BLACKPINK phenomenon that is conquering the world.
In an interview with Apple Music 1’s Zane Lowe, The Weeknd said, “It’s important that we have someone like Jenny who understands this world.” The “Die for You” singer continued, “A lot of these musicians, like me, aren’t actors, and we all understand the world. … We all benefit from somewhere. And I think Jenny does that incredibly well on the show. I’m really proud of her.” .
idol It marks the first representation of Jenny.
As part of BLACKPINK, she achieved record commercial success via airplay, sales, and tours. The Billboard Music Award-nominated girl group is in the midst of the Born Pink World Tour. When the tour concludes, the South Korean stars will have performed in 21 different countries across four continents. The tour is in support of the band’s second studio album, I was born among youwhich became their first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200. On the Billboard Hot 100, the “How You Like That” singers had several Top 40 hits, including “Pink Venom” (No. 22), and “Shut Down” (No. No. 25), and Selena Gomez-assisted “Ice Cream” (No. 13).