• Blackpink's online concert earned up to 10.5 million USD from ticket sales
  • The band performed track "Crazy Over You" for the first time during the concert
  • The members reminisced about their first concert held in 2018

South Korean K-pop girl group Blackpink successfully held its first live stream concert titled "The Show" via YouTube Music Sunday.

The show was exclusively broadcasted on Blackpink's official YouTube channel. It attracted over 280,000 viewers from across the globe (excluding China) and raked in up to 10.5 million USD from ticket sales.

Blackpink members Lisa, ‎Jennie‎, Jisoo, and ‎Rosé‎ kickstarted the concert with their popular track "Kill This Love." The group hyped up the 90-minute concert with various powerful performances including some of their biggest hits such as "How You Like That," "Playing With Fire," "Whistle," "Lovesick Girls," "Sour Candy," "Pretty Savage," "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du," and more.

They also performed "Crazy Over You," a track from their latest album for the first time. Moreover, the fans were delighted to watch solo performances from the girls including "Gone" by ‎Rosé, "Habits" by Jisoo, "Say So" by Lisa, and "Solo" by Jennie.

During the concert, the girls expressed their gratitude towards their fans for tuning into the concert from all over the world and encouraged the fans to enjoy their performances.

"I’m so nervous and excited to stand on the concert stage for the first time in a year and see BLINKs," said Jisoo, according to Soompi.

The band also revealed a video in which the members reminisced about their first concert held in 2018 as they sat on the empty seats of the concert hall.

"The most nerve-wracking moment is when I stand backstage and think about singing and meeting the fans. We’ve been dreaming ever since we were trainees. As it was one of our big dreams, it was a precious moment that we were very excited about," Rosé mentioned in the video.

"After the tour ended, it felt like a dream, like it wasn’t real. Thinking of the situation now, it feels even more unreal and dream-like," added Jisoo while talking about the impact and changes caused by the pandemic.

As they wrapped up the concert, the members left heart-warming messages to the Blinks (Blackpink’s official fandom name).

"We prepared for 'THE SHOW' for a long time, and although it took longer than expected due to unforeseen circumstances, we completed it safely, and we hope that BLINKs enjoyed it. I hope that everyone gained energy and good vibes while watching our performances. Thank you for always supporting us," said Jisoo.

"Thank you for waiting for this day. I love you," said Jennie while expressing her gratitude to their fans.

BLACKPINK performs at Sahara Tent during the 2019 Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival on April 12, 2019 in Indio, California. Rich Fury/Getty Images for Coachella