How do artists clearly in two different countries collaborate in the middle of a pandemic?
Clearly, via Zoom.
Yes, they made an actual video for the song, but I wanted to show off the Zoom version first. However, even in this version, you notice that BLACKPINK is very much not in Selena Gomez's area, as their scenes were recorded in Korea, whereas Ms. Gomez filmed in the States.
The song was teased before its release, with BLACKPINK fans hoping the mystery collaborator not initially mentioned would be Ariana Grande. As it turns out, Grande was a co-writer of this song, but Selena Gomez was chosen to perform.
The song is nothing more than a huge double entendre, mostly in English, save for Lisa's Korean rap near the end. I mean, it was partly in Korean - not that it wasn't filled with double entendres. The song is BLACKPINK's biggest in the US to date, peaking at #13 on the Billboard Hot 100.