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Blackpink’s ‘How You Like That’ becomes fastest K-pop female MV to reach 1B views

Blackpink has also tied #2 with Taylor Swift, Shakira and Sia to be a female act that has five music videos with 1 billion views on YouTube
Blackpink's 'How You Like That' crosses 1 billion views (@blackpinkofficial/Instagram)
Blackpink's 'How You Like That' crosses 1 billion views (@blackpinkofficial/Instagram)

It has been a while since Blackpink had a comeback, but the members are in the news daily for some achievement or the other. The girls are busy with their individual activities as we had Lisa going solo with her record-breaking single album ‘Lalisa’. Jisoo has taken a challenge by landing her first lead role in the upcoming romantic K-drama ‘Snowdrop’. Rosé turned heads as one of the first female K-pop idols at the Met Gala while Jennie is on billboards all over the USA thanks to her latest campaign with Chanel for whom she’s the brand ambassador. Well, even the group’s past hits like ‘How You Like That’ is making waves.

The girl group’s last comeback was in 2020 with the release of their first studio album ‘The Album’. ‘How You Like That’ which topped several charts and was certified platinum was a pre-release that was much-loved by fans. Well, as of November 12, the music video for ‘How You Like That’ has crossed 1 billion YouTube views. This makes it the fastest music video by a K-pop girl group to cross this mark. Blackpink has extended its own record since this achievement was previously made by the music video of its 2018 release ‘Ddu-Du Ddu-Du’.

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‘How You Like That’ crosses 1 billion YouTube views

Having been released in June 2020, ‘How You Like That’ took 503 days to reach 1 billion views. This is Blackpink’s fifth music video to reach 1 billion views following ‘Ddu-Du Ddu-Du’, ‘Kill This Love’, ‘As If It’s Your Last’ and ‘Boombayah’ which is their debut single. Blackpink has also tied #2 with Taylor Swift, Shakira and Sia to be a female act that has five music videos with 1 billion views on YouTube. Well, along with that, from November 12 onwards, it has been revealed that their second documentary ‘BLACKPINK THE MOVIE’ which is part of their anniversary celebrations will finally be released in several new countries that have finally opened their cinemas.

Well, the Blackpink members are busier than ever. Jisoo and her co-star Jung Hae-in have appeared on Harper’s Bazaar magazine for a photoshoot with the premiere of their K-drama, ‘Snowdrop’ getting closer. Fans are celebrating Jennie’s third solo debut anniversary as she dropped her solo debut single ‘SOLO’ which she released on November 12, 2018. At the same time, along with Jennie, Lisa attended the HITC concert in California. The Thai-born idol is also in the USA for the US promotions of her solo debut ‘Lalisa’. We also have Rosé in NYC as she was seen leaving a Knicks game with fans wondering if she is there for a new project.