Can't decide which version of Black Pink's "Whistle" we like better...
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26 May 2017 - 11:14 AM  UPDATED 26 May 2017 - 11:14 AM

Black Pink made one of the more memorable K-pop debuts last year when they released their awesome 1st single "Whistle," but things could have gone slightly differently because that was far from what the song originally sounded.

The co-writer of "Whistle" Bekuh Boom (Rebecca Rose Johnson) shared a cheeky snippet of an early demo of the song on her Instagram, which sounds really different from the final product. While the memorable whistling is still present, the vocal melody is noticeably much different from what ended up on the final song. 

Check out the first draft of Black Pink's "Whistle" right here and let us know what you think.


 

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