BLACKPINK is continuing to be in a scary mood, breaking the record for the shortest time in a row for 100 million views not only for music videos but also for choreography videos of ‘How You Like That‘.
According to YG Entertainment on the 20th, the choreography video for BLACKPINK‘s ‘How You Like That’ exceeded 200 million views on YouTube.
The record is about 45 days and four hours after it was released at 9 a.m. on July 6, the fastest time to reach 200 million views across the entire choreography video of K-pop artists. In particular, it is overwhelming to recall that the choreography video for BLACKPINK’s existing mega-hit song “Kill This Love” exceeded 100 million views on the 57th, which was longer than this.
It is rare for a dance video, not a music video, to record 100 million views, but it has become an ordinary one for BLACKPINK. In fact, 10 of BLACKPINK’s total 20 billion views are choreography videos, and if this trend continues, this new song is expected to surpass the record of “DDU-DU DDU-DU, 300 million views.”
With “How You Like That,” BLACKPINK has achieved remarkable results on various global charts. Shortly after its release, the song “Perfect All Kill” six major domestic charts, followed by No. 1 on iTunes in 64 countries and No. 2 on Spotify’s Global Top 50 chart.
It also ranked 33rd and 20th in the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and the U.K.’s Official Singles Top 100, respectively, ranking the highest in K-pop girl groups’ history, and succeeded in making K-pop’s longest-running chart on the Spotify Global Top 50 chart for 55 days (20th).
The music video for the hit new song is recording even more amazing records. The music video, which was officially listed in five categories of Guinness World Records, including “the most views of YouTube videos in 24 hours” with 86.3 million views on the first day, has recently surpassed 400 million views, breaking the record of 100 million views at the fastest pace in BLACKPINK’s history.
Meanwhile, BLACKPINK will return with a new song that will feat with Selena Gomez on August 28. He has also announced his first full-length album in four years since his debut on Oct. 2, drawing attention from global music fans.