BLACKPINK’s “How You Like That” Created New Record With 81M+ Views In 22 Hours

The K-pop girls, Blackpink’s new music video “How You Like That” have created a new record with 81 million views within 22 hours. – Watch the full music video by clicking here. The last record for 70 million views was held by BTS’s “Boy With Luv” at 21 hours and 15 minutes.

Blackpink released its brand new music video Yesterday(26 June) and the video continues to break new records as the music video gains views at an impressive speed. The track “How You Like That” is Blackpink’s first solo single since the group released “Kill This Love” in April of 2019. More recently, the quartet was featured on Lady Gaga’s “Sour Candy,” a track from the pop star’s latest album Chromatica.

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BLACKPINK’s “How You Like That” Created New Record With 81M+ Views In 22 Hours

Shortly after the release, the song also topped the iTunes charts in a total of 56 countries, including the US, its management agency said Saturday, a day after the release of “How You Like That.” The variety of countries where the track topped the charts represents an all-time excessive for a South Korean girl group. The track also dominated two main Asian music streaming providers, Line Music of Japan and QQ Music of China — in response to YG Entertainment.

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