K-Pop female girl group BLACKPINK has added a brand-new record on the YouTube platform to reach 900 million views at 'K...
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K-Pop female girl group BLACKPINK has added a brand-new record on the YouTube platform to reach 900 million views at 'Kill This Love' music video.
Just recently, the femme fatale group’s music video for their well-loved track “Kill This Love” has officially exceeded the 900-million mark on YouTube. Remarkably, Jennie, Jisoo, Rosé, and Lisa were able to achieve the amazing milestone in one year, three months, two days, and 18 hours after the song’s successful global release on April 5, 2019.
Additionally, BLACKPINK’s “Kill This Love” officially became their second music video to surpass the said massive amount of views after “DDU-DU-DDU-DU”. The only other K-pop tracks that likewise joined the 900-million club on YouTube are “Gangnam Style” and “Gentleman” by Psy and BTS’ “DNA”.
Aside from its YouTube success, the track likewise gained various accolades. Quickly after its release, “Kill This Love” entered Billboard’s Hot 100 single chart and placed 41st – the highest for a K-Pop girl group. Moreover, it became the “Music Video of 2019” at the E! People’s Choice Awards.
In addition, BLACKPINK's "How You Like That" music video hit 86.3 million views on its first day of release, putting a total of five categories on the Guinness World Records, including "the most views of YouTube videos in 24 hours." Since then, it has proved its global impact by setting a record of 100 million views in about 32 hours and 200 million views in seven days, the shortest time in YouTube music video history.
BLACKPINK's YouTube subscribers have increased by about 3 million since the release of How You Like That, now reaching 40.7 million. Besides "How You Like That," Black Pink's existing representative songs also gained more attention.