Black Widow (Pristin song)

Black Widow is a song recorded by South Korean girl group Pristin for their first EP Hi! Pristin (2017). It was remixed and then released as the album’s second single on May 19, 2017.[1] The song was written by members Roa and Sungyeon, as well as Simon Petrén and Ylva Dimberg.[2]

2017 single by Pristin
“Black Widow”
Single by Pristin
from the album Hi! Pristin
Released May 19, 2017 (2017-05-19)
Recorded 2017
Length 3:13
Label Pledis
  • Roa
  • Sungyeon
  • Simon Petrén
  • Ylva Dimberg
  • Simon Petrén (album version)
  • Anchor (remix version)
Pristin singles chronology
Wee Woo
Black Widow
We Like

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After the promotions for their debut single “Wee Woo” ended, it was announced, on May 15, that Pristin was going to promote “Black Widow” as a special gift to fans.[3] Days later, on May 19, a remixed version of the song was released on Korean digital retailers.[1] Although it didn’t receive a proper music video, a dance practice video featuring the full choreography for the song was released through Pristin’s official YouTube channel on May 14.[4]

“Black Widow” is an uptempo song with trap beats, which showcases Pristin’s dark and sexy side.[5] The song was composed by the group’s member Rena, along with Simon Petrén, Ylva Dimberg and Jo Michelle.[2] The single version was remixed by Anchor.[6]

The album version of “Black Widow” was performed for the first time in a showcase held to promote Hi! Pristin on March 22.[7] During the promotions for their debut single “Wee Woo”, Pristin also briefly performed the song on a few selected music shows, including Mnet‘s M Countdown.[8] After said promotions were wrapped up, the group promoted the remixed version of “Black Widow” for a whole week as the album’s second single, which was also labelled as the ‘vampire version’ by music shows.[9] They started on SBS MTV‘s The Show on May 16,[10] and continued through MBC Music‘s Show Champion on May 17,[11] and SBS‘s Inkigayo on May 21.[12] The song was also performed during the KCON festival in Japan on May 19.[13] Despite the promotions, “Black Widow” failed to enter on music charts.

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