BLACKPINK reaches 60M subscribers on YouTube


BLACKPINK is inching towards achieving yet again another YouTube feat!

South Korean girl group BLACKPINK now has more over 60 million subscribers on its YouTube channel, the biggest account based in South Korea and the second largest among global artists, YG Entertainment said on Tuesday, April 13.

According to the band’s agency, the quartet’s subscriber count has reached its latest milestone Tuesday morning, with cumulative views hitting over 17 billion.

The group’s most-watched videos include the 2018 release “Ddu-du Ddu-du” with 1.5 billion views and the 2019 hit “Kill This Love” with 1.2 billion views.

The quartet, composed of Jisoo, Jennie, Rose, and Lisa, became the most subscribed female act since July last year, surpassing American singer Ariana Grande.

As of Tuesday, Canadian singer-songwriter Justin Bieber remains the most-subscribed artist on YouTube worldwide with 62.4 million subscribers. (Yonhap)

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