blackpink's debut song 'Boombayah' crossed 1 billion views on YouTube blackpink's debut song 'Boombayah' crossed 1 billion views on YouTube

Blackpink sets new record with their debut song 'Boombayah'

The K-pop queens are ruling the music world, as they climb the ladder of success everyday. They have soared to global fame in a short span of time and have broken records held by the legendary ‘Gangnam Style��� singer, PSY. Keep reading to find out about the girls’ latest accomplishment.

  • Blackpink is a South Korean girl band that debuted in 2016.
  • Its members include 4 extremely talented singers, namely Lisa, Rosé, Jennie, and Jisoo.
  • The girls are rocking both the music and the fashion industry, and have a net worth of $35 million.

After 4 years, Blackpink’s song ‘Boombayah’ has reached a staggering 1 billion views on Youtube. It is very unusual for a debut music video to reach this landmark. Therefore, the hit song becomes the most watched debut project in the history of K-pop.

The Blackpink girls looking radiant on stage

This is the bands’ third music video to have reached this milestone. Their songs, ‘DDU-DU DDU-DU’ and ‘Kill This Love’ are already part of the 1 billion club. With this achievement, Blackpink has officially overthrown the K-pop king, PSY. The singer previously held the record of having the most music video with a billion views.

Their fans known as ‘Blinks’ are extremely proud of the girls for what they have achieved at such a young age. Now that they have collaborated with famous American artists like ‘Selena Gomez’ and ‘Cardi B’, there is no stopping these superstars. Blackpink is the revolution, and this is just the beginning. With their supreme talent, impressive vocals and impeccable style, these girls can conquer the world.

Watch the full music video of 'Boombayah' below!


Estefanía Martínez

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