Blackpink video for 'Lovesick Girls' tops 600 million views | Inquirer Entertainment

Blackpink video for ‘Lovesick Girls’ tops 600 million views

/ 03:58 PM July 28, 2022
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Blackpink in “Lovesick Girls.” Image: screenshot from official video via YouTube/Blackpink

The music video for Blackpink’s “Lovesick Girls” reached 600 million views on YouTube, according to label YG Entertainment on Wednesday.

The video was fully unveiled in October 2020, and became the group’s 12th video to reach the milestone. The music video for “Ddu-du Ddu-du” is in the lead with over 1.9 billion views, followed by those for “Kill This Love” (1.6 billion) and “Boombayah” (1.4 billion).

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“Lovesick Girls” is from the quartet’s first full album “The Album,” and was no. 59 on the Billboard Hot 100. It was the chart-topper on YouTube’s global top songs chart for two weeks.

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In the meantime, Blackpink is gearing up for a return in August, almost two years since its first LP. Its label announced that the upcoming music video will be a blockbuster with a record-high budget, and will be followed by a world tour of an unprecedented scale. JB

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