Artists from all over the world are conquering the music charts and BLACKPINK is a clear example of this, the K-Pop idols and the singer Bad Bunny reached an amazing record with their most recent songs.
BLACKPINK’s long-awaited comeback was long-awaited, BLINK demonstrated the strength of the fandom by supporting idols with song purchases and streams PINK VENOMas well as the music video, so the results have been amazing.
On YouTube, the singers established themselves as the K-Pop girl group with the fastest MV to reach 100 views, but BLACKPINK also noted for its success on music sites like Spotify.
It is here where the idols of YG-Entertainment They achieved another achievement that shows their enormous popularity, placing them alongside other music stars.
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BLACKPINK and Bad Bunny have the best music debuts on Spotify
Recently, it was revealed that BLACKPINK’s PINK VENOM joined the songs that have debuted with over 10 million unfiltered streams in 2022 on their release day, something not many music acts have achieved.
bad bunny is one of the stars who also have this record, because this year he conquered the public with the melodies on his album A summer without you.
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BLACKPINK will release their new album soon, when is BORN PINK released?
Although this comeback started in a spectacular way thanks to the release of PINK VENOM, we must remember that this is just a pre-released single from the girl group’s second full album.
The album BORN PINK It will be released on September 16, when a second music video will also be presented, but this time for the main single of the record material.
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Blackpink ‘Pink Venom’ Scores Biggest YouTube Music Video Premiere of 2022
UPDATED: Blackpink kicked in the door with the release of “Pink Venom,” which has become the most-viewed music video on YouTube this year to date in the first 24 hours — and the third biggest ever.
The K-pop powerhouse group’s dance-fueled video for girl-power anthem “Pink Venom” reached an impressive 86.2 million views within 24 hours after it dropped on YouTube at midnight ET Friday (1 p.m. KST), according to the video platform’s public views counter. It topped the 100-million view mark within 30 hours. Blackpink fans, aka “Blinks,” also gave “Pink Venom” 6 million likes on YouTube during the initial release window.
YouTube on Aug. 22 announced that “Pink Venom” had officially hit 90.4 million views in the first 24 hours, 4.2 million more than the public counter indicated.
That makes “Pink Venom” No. 3 on the all-time YouTube 24-hour views rankings, topping Blackpink’s own “How You Like That,” which reached 86.3 million views June 2020. The top two spots are still held by BTS, which last year racked up 108.2 million views for “Butter” in the first 24 hours and notched 101.1 million for “Dynamite” in 2020. Blackpink’s “Ice Cream,” featuring Selena Gomez, stands in fifth place with 79.0 million views in August 2020.
“Pink Venom,” a pop/rap track in Korean and English, is a pre-release single from Blackpink’s forthcoming album “Born Pink,” set to be released Sept. 16. One of the song’s in-your-face lyric: “Now it’s tonight, I’m a poisonous flower / After taking your soul” in Korean (자 오늘 밤이야 난 독을 품은 꽃 / 네 혼을 빼앗은 다음), followed by a nod to Taylor Swift in English: “Look what you made us do.” The song’s first few bars feature a geomungo, a traditional Korean stringed instrument.
YouTube likely helped drive up views of the music video with the #PinkVenomChallenge on YouTube Shorts, inviting fans to participate by creating and sharing their dance moves from the video using the short-form video feature. The #PinkVenomChallenge runs through Sept. 15.
Blackpink, whose four members are Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé and Lisa, are scheduled to perform at MTV’s Video Music Awards on Aug. 28. This fall, they will kick off their “Born Pink” world tour, running from Oct. 15 to June 21, 2023.