BLACKPINK break multiple world records with ‘How You Like That’ video

BLACKPINK break multiple world records with ‘How You Like
That’ video, Shop Ticket Snatchers

BLACKPINK break multiple world records with ‘How You Like
That’ video, Shop Ticket Snatchers

BLACKPINK have
broken a number of Guinness World Records with the video for their
recent single ‘How You Like That’.

The K-Pop outfit
released the track last week
(June 26), following on from

their Lady Gaga collaboration ‘Sour Candy’
in May.

As
Billboard
reports, the song’s official video registered 86.3
million views upon its release.

These figures were high enough to break records for the
most-viewed YouTube clip in 24 hours, the most-viewed music video
on the platform in 24 hours, and the most-viewed music video by a
K-Pop act in 24 hours. At the time of writing, the clip has amassed
over 178 million hits overall.

Congratulations to BLACKPINK
@ygofficialblink
who’ve made @YouTube
history with a multiple record titles following the release of

#HowYouLikeThat
https://t.co/26G94FSrRX

— GuinnessWorldRecords (@GWR)
June 30, 2020

Sharing the news on Twitter, Guinness World Records said:
“Congratulations to BLACKPINK @ygofficialblink who’ve made @YouTube history with multiple record
titles following the release of #HowYouLikeThat.†You can see that post
above.


BTS’ ‘Boy With Luv’
, a collaborative track with Halsey, was the previous
record holder of those categories. The current hit count for this
video is over 51 million.

BLACKPINK previously held the most-viewed YouTube video in 24
hours title in 2019 with ‘Kill This Love’. Other past holders
include Ariana Grande’s ‘Thank U, Next’ (55.4 million views)
and Taylor Swift’s ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ (43.2 million
views).

Last year BLACKPINK became
the first K-pop band to score a billion YouTube views on a single
song
. They hit the milestone with their music video for
‘DDU-DU DDU-DU’, which landed on the platform last June.

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BLACKPINK break multiple world records with ‘How You Like That’
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BLACKPINK have
broken a number of Guinness World Records with the video for their
recent single ‘How You Like That’.
The K-Pop outfit
released the track last week (June 26), following on from

their Lady Gaga collaboration ‘Sour Candy’ in May.
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As
Billboard reports, the song’s official video registered 86.3
million views upon its release.
These figures were high enough to break records for the
most-viewed YouTube clip in 24 hours, the most-viewed music video
on the platform in 24 hours, and the most-viewed music video by a
K-Pop act in 24 hours. At the time of writing, the clip has amassed
over 178 million hits overall.

Congratulations to BLACKPINK
@ygofficialblink
who’ve made @YouTube
history with a multiple record titles following the release of

#HowYouLikeThat https://t.co/26G94FSrRX
— GuinnessWorldRecords (@GWR)
June 30, 2020

Sharing the news on Twitter, Guinness World Records said:
“Congratulations to BLACKPINK @ygofficialblink who’ve made @YouTube history with multiple record
titles following the release of #HowYouLikeThat.†You can see that post
above.

BTS’ ‘Boy With Luv’, a collaborative track with Halsey, was the previous
record holder of those categories. The current hit count for this
video is over 51 million.
BLACKPINK previously held the most-viewed YouTube video in 24
hours title in 2019 with ‘Kill This Love’. Other past holders
include Ariana Grande’s ‘Thank U, Next’ (55.4 million views)
and Taylor Swift’s ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ (43.2 million
views).

Last year BLACKPINK became
the first K-pop band to score a billion YouTube views on a single
song. They hit the milestone with their music video for
‘DDU-DU DDU-DU’, which landed on the platform last June.
The post
BLACKPINK break multiple world records with ‘How You Like That’
video appeared first on NME
Music News, Reviews, Videos, Galleries, Tickets and Blogs |
NME.COM.

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