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Blackpink’s ‘How You Like That’ Broke Some Major YouTube Records

Blackpink dropped their fun, confident video for their comeback single “How You Like That” on Friday (June 26), and just in one weekend, the South Korean girl group broke some pretty big YouTube records.

The music video set an all-time record for the biggest YouTube premiere with 1.66 million peak concurrents. Plus, the clip was the biggest 24-hour music video debut of all time with 86.3 million views.

“Again in this dark place, light up the sky/ While looking in your eyes, I’ll kiss you goodbye/ Laugh all you want while you still can/ Because it’s about to be your turn, 1,2,3,” Rosé preaches on the infectious track’s first pre-chorus before the hip-hop-inflected chorus.

Watch the music video below.

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