So Cool! BLACKPINK's Jennie Was Reportedly *Impressed* By Ylona Garcia’s Music Festival Performance

The K-pop superstar looked like she had the best time!
by Cass Lazaro for Cosmo.ph   |  Nov 9, 2021
Image: (LEFT TO RIGHT) Instagram/jenniebyrubyjane, Instagram/ylonagarcia
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ICYMI, 88Rising member Ylona Garcia just dropped another fiery performance at the recently concluded Head in the Clouds Music Festival at Pasadena, California. As always, the talented singer brought the house down with her powerful vocals and visuals, much to the delight of festival-going fans. Celebs raved about her performance, and even Jennie Kim of Blackpink reportedly enjoyed every minute of it!

Jennie Kim attends Head in the Clouds musical festivalInstagram/jenniebyrubyjane

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Yup, the K-pop superstar created a social media frenzy after being caught by a fan-cam *jamming* at the side of the HITC festival's concert stage.

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Clad in an embellished crop top and baggy pants that showed off her chic and effortless style, Jennie looked like she had the best time as a music festival *fangirl*!

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Fans were quick to report that it might be Ylona's performance that Jennie had been jamming to. While no confirmation has been released yet, just them being in the same event grants a fair chance that Jennie did witness and enjoy Ylona's musical act!

On Instagram, Ylona posted snippets of her trending performance. The 19-year-old singer was seen belting out to her rendition of Ariana Grande's Dangerous Woman, and the internet just couldn't get enough of her insane vocal prowess and stage presence.

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Ylona first posted a glimpse of joining 88Rising through Instagram last February, tagging them on a post, captioned, "sooner than you think." She has dropped a song afterward, entitled "All That Shit." She joins powerhouse Asian artists NIKI, Joji, and Rich Brian in the famed American-Asian musical collective.

This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.

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