The music video for the group Blackpink’s 2nd full-length album ‘Pink Venom’, which was previously released, broke the world record for a female artist in the number of views for 24 hours on YouTube.
According to Blackpink’s agency YG Entertainment, according to the official count announced by YouTube on the 22nd (US time), Blackpink’s ‘Pink Venom’ music video was released on the 19th and recorded about 90.4 million views in one day.
When the music video for ‘Pink Venom’ was released, the number of concurrent users (YouTube Premiere) was confirmed to be a total of 2,59,4962 people.
Previously, the music video for ‘Pink Venom’, which achieved 100 million views at the fastest speed (29 hours and 35 minutes) among K-pop girl groups, has maintained its position as the most viewed video on YouTube for the fourth day.
The music has so far swept the top of iTunes song charts in 74 countries, including the US and UK, and topped the Spotify Top Songs global chart, the world’s largest music streaming platform, for 3 days in a row.