This previous Friday (June 26), Blackpink lastly returned after a yr of relative quiet (not less than relating to their very own releases) with the highly-anticipated “How You Like That,” the tune that formally kicks off the following period of their time collectively. The band made the electro monitor obtainable on streaming companies and obtain shops the world over on the identical time a music video arrived on YouTube for all to see.
Followers in every single place rushed to hearken to the tune, however extra appeared fascinated about watching and listening to, and the video racked up tens of millions of views sooner than another in historical past. “How You Like That” was licensed by YouTube simply yesterday because the clip with probably the most watches in a 24-hour interval, because the remedy was performed 86.three million instances, which is a brand new document. In reality, it beats the earlier greatest exhibiting by greater than 10 million views, an enormous leap.
The arrival of “How You Like That” rearranges the record of the music movies which have earned probably the most views on YouTube in simply 24 hours, and Blackpink steals a crown from one other South Korean favourite due to their newest.
Blackpink is now the one title to look twice inside the highest 5 on the record of the movies which have garnered probably the most performs on YouTube in a single day. Their new remedy debuts as excessive as a title can hope to carry, whereas their 2019 video for single “Kill This Love” descends from No. three to No. 4. That clip racked up 56.7 million clicks in in the future a couple of yr in the past, and it nonetheless stands as one of the spectacular performances of any visible on the positioning.
Earlier than “How You Like That” arrived, BTS was the one act with two movies inside the highest 5, however now they solely declare one rung. Their 2019 smash “Boy with Luv,” which options American pop singer Halsey, dips to No. 2, because it arrived with 74.6 million performs in its first 24 hours. Their newer launch, “On (Kinetic Manifesto),” was at No. 5 with 46.5 million views, however that sum is now solely sufficient to put it at No. 6, forward of two different uploads by the identical septet.