[Reporter Lee Da-gyeom, Daily Economy Star Today]

Group BLACKPINK’s ‘Ice Cream’ music video exceeded 400 million views. It is the 10th in Black Pink’s career, and this is the record for K-pop girl groups.

According to YG Entertainment on the 16th, the music video for BLACKPINK’s ‘Ice Cream’ surpassed 400 million views on YouTube at 2:6 pm on this day.

About 80 days after it was released on YouTube. It is the third fast pace after Black Pink’s other mega hits ‘How You Like That’ and ‘Kill This Love’.

In addition, Black Pink became a group with 10 videos over 400 million views on YouTube by adding ‘Ice Cream’. BLACKPINK, which already occupies an overwhelming number among K-pop girl groups, is gradually widening the gap.

In particular, the three music videos of ‘Kill This Love’ and ‘Boombaya’, including ‘DDU-DU DDU-DU’, which is heading towards 1.4 billion views out of 10 videos, occupied the 1 billion views, and BLACKPINK’s unique It is solidifying its status.

BLACKPINK’s ‘Ice Cream’ is a song with pop star Selena Gomez. It is a pop genre that stands out with a simple rhythm and cheerful sound, and it captivated the hearts of global fans with the cute and refreshing concept that Black Pink first tried.

Immediately after its release, ‘Ice Cream’ reached No. 1 on the iTunes Worldwide Chart and then rose to 13th place on the American Billboard ‘Hot 100’, breaking the top ranking of the K-pop girl group, followed by success in charting for 8 consecutive weeks. .

In addition, BLACKPINK’s first studio album ‘THE ALBUM’, which contains this song, ranked second on both the US Billboard 200 and UK official album charts. This was also an achievement that changed the top ranking of K-pop girl groups.

BLACKPINK’s global presence is growing even more. They have a total of 22 billion-mega-view videos on YouTube, and the number of subscribers to the YouTube channel has steadily increased, currently securing 53.1 million, making it the second largest artist in the world.

Meanwhile, BLACKPINK recently ranked No. 1 in the ‘World’s Most Influential Pop Star’ by Bloomberg in the United States. It received attention because it was the first Asian singer and the result of defeating prominent pop stars such as Cardi B and Justin Bieber.

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