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BLACKPINK Music Video For Lovesick Girls Crosses 600 Million Views

This is YG Entertainment Girl Group’s ninth music video to cross the milestone!

DDU-DU DDU-DU’, ‘Ace if it’s your last

On June 27, BLACKPINK’s music video for ‘Lovesick Girls’ officially crossed the 600 million views mark on YouTube. It took about 1 year 9 months and 3 weeks for ‘Lovesick Girls’ to be released in October 2020. With this achievement, music videos for ‘Boombayah’, ‘Playing with Fire’, ‘DDU-DU DDU-DU’, ‘Ace If It’s Your Last’, ‘Kill This Love’, ‘How You Like That’, have been released. were done. whistle’. and ‘ice cream’.

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YG Entertainment also shared a tweet announcing the same

Which read, “#BLACKPINK ‘Lovesick Girls’ M/V HITS 600 Million Views @Youtube BLINKs Worldwide, thank you girl group fans, thank you very much!” The tweet was accompanied by a picture announcing it. See tweet below:

BLACKPINK’s debut studio album ‘The Album’

The title track of Lovesick Girls is a hopeful track that conveys the message of rising above the pain of heartbreak and love. Prior to this release, the girl group had also released ‘How You Like That’ and ‘Ice Cream’ as pre-release singles for ‘The Album’. In addition, a music video for BLACKPINK’s Ready for Love will also release on July 29. Fans were given a glimpse of the song during BLACKPINK’s recent in-game concert.

On 26 July, the agency disclosed further details.

BLACKPINK released their debut solo album ‘Square One’ in August 2016 with four members, Jisoo, Jenny, Rose and Lisa. Recently, YG Entertainment announced that BLACKPINK is preparing to return in the month of August. On July 26, the agency revealed further details, sharing that the girl group is in the midst of shooting a music video for the comeback, and that “the highest production cost [to make the music video] expended ever”. it was done.”

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