Blackpink’s ‘How You Like That’ Beats BTS' Record; Becomes YouTube's Biggest Premiere Video Ever

Korean band Blackpink’s song How You Like That becomes biggest premiered music video on YouTube

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Blackpink’s ‘How You Like That’ Beats BTS' Record; Becomes YouTube's Biggest Premiere Video Ever
Korean Band Blackpink has yet again set their fans grooving. Recently, Korean girl gang, Blackpink was in the news for collaborating with Lady Gaga. Their new song features all the four members of this gang - Jennie, Lisa, Rosé, and Jisoo. For those who had been waiting for Blackpink’s new song are enthralled with their new music video, How You Like That. But here’s the good news for all Blackpink fans. Apart from becoming an overnight sensation, the new track How You Like That has become YouTube’s biggest music video Premiere. How You Like That is billed as a "pre-single" that sets the scene for the band's first full-length studio album, due in September.

How You Like That song, which premiered on June 26, two days back, has already garnered 140 million videos on the video sharing platform along with 10 million likes. Yeah! That’s a lot. The Blackpink channel, which enjoys the subscribers’ base of 39.4 million on YouTube, has now set a new record in the history.

According to a report in BBC, A total of 1.65 million fans tuned in for the unveiling of their new song How You Like That, breaking a record set by fellow K-pop stars BTS in February.  In a pre-released press conference, “We sang to give the message of not being daunted by dark situations and to not lose the confidence and strength to stand up again.”

Speaking about K-pop’s collaboration with Lady Gaga for Sour Candy, it marks Blackpink’s first official release after Kill This Love in the year 2019. (ALSO READ: Rain On Me Song OUT: Lady Gaga And Ariana Grande’s Music Talks About Finding Strength In Sadness; Fans In Frenzy Already)

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