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Blackpink’s ‘Kill This Love’ Hits 1.9 Billion Views on YouTube: A Historic Milestone

Millions of fans have supported Blackpink since their debut in 2016. The Kpop girl group has once again proved its global dominance on YouTube. “Kill This Love” has surpassed 1.9 billion views, marking another significant achievement.

Blackpink’s success journey is well-known. Members Jisoo, Lisa, Jennie, and Rosé often make headlines, much to the delight of Blinks. Jisoo is back to acting, set to start filming the zombie project “Influenza.” Meanwhile, Lisa topped searches on Weibo despite her controversial cabaret performance.

Putting aside negativity, Blackpink continues to deliver its best. “Kill This Love” was released in April 2019. The song addresses ending a toxic relationship, fitting perfectly with the extended play’s title.

Other notable Blackpink hits include “Pink Venom,” “How You Like That,” “Shut Down,” “BOOMBAYAH,” “Pretty Savage,” “Kiss and Makeup,” and “Sour Candy.” Blinks, which is your favourite?

“Kill This Love” is the title track of Blackpink’s second extended play. We are incredibly proud of the Lovesick Girls.

Blackpink Makes History with 1.9 Billion YouTube Views: “Kill This Love”

“Kill This Love” was released on April 4, 2019. Four years later, the single crossed 1.9 billion views on YouTube on December 4, 2023, around 6:10 AM KST. The Blinks celebrated this milestone enthusiastically, marking it as a significant event.

The iconic music video for “Kill This Love” showcases Blackpink’s dynamic choreography and stunning visuals.

The song became the second K-pop group music video and the third K-pop music video to reach this milestone. The music video featured stunning visuals, dynamic choreography, and themes like ancient Egypt, a heist, and a car crash.

Upon its release, the single received a massive positive response. Making billions of views is rare, especially with the high competition in the Kpop industry.

Blackpink has previously set impressive records. Their debut song “Boombayah” crossed 1 billion views in 2020. “Ddu-Du Ddu-Du” garnered 1.9 billion views in 2021.

Blackpink celebrates a major milestone as “Kill This Love” hits 1.9 billion views on YouTube.

“Kill This Love” was certified platinum in several countries, including South Korea, Australia, and Japan. The music video garnered 56.7 million views in the first 24 hours of its release and reached 100 million views in just a few days. How much do you enjoy listening to it?

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