Roseanne Park (born 11 February 1997), better known by her stage name Rosé (Korean: 로제), is a New Zealand singer currently based in South Korea. Rosé signed with South Korean label YG Entertainment following an audition in 2012, training there for four years. She eventually made her debut as a vocalist in the girl group Blackpink in August 2016. As a solo artist, she has featured in labelmate G-Dragon's 2012 track "Without You", which peaked at number ten on the Gaon Music Chart.
Rosé's voice has received acknowledgement in the K-pop industry for its distinct vocal timbre, following her debut as a member of Blackpink. Filipina critic Almira Blancada, writing for ABS-CBN, stated that "it's hard to find an idol [singer] who stands out from the rest" due to their "common singing style", but "you would know it's Rosé singing in a heartbeat". Following Rosé's performance on an episode of Fantastic Duo 2, South Korean singer Gummy, who Rosé cited as a musical role model, stated that "[Rosé's] voice is so unique, it's the [type of] voice young people love". Rosé has also been acknowledged for having a wide vocal range. As a musician, Rosé considers American singer Tori Kelly an inspiration on her musical style.
In 2018, Rosé and fellow Blackpink member Jisoo were selected as endorsement models for the South Korean cosmetics brand Kiss Me.
In April 2019, Rosé was the ninth most-followed K-pop idol on Instagram with over 13 million followers. Rosé has appeared on the Korean Business Research Institute's female celebrity brand reputation list since 2018, a chart that tracks the Korean celebrities with the most online searches and engagements. She has also reached the top 20.
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