The BLACKPINK members have reached yet another milestone with their music video for the track ‘Ice Cream.’ On November 30, 2022, the K-pop girl group’s music video for their collab with Selena Gomez surpassed 800 million views on YouTube. The record has made it their seventh official group music video to do so after the following tracks – “DDU-DU DDU-DU,” “BOOMBAYAH,” “Kill This Love,” “As If It’s Your Last,” “How You Like That,” and “WHISTLE.”
Ice Cream details
For the unversed, Ice Cream, witnessed the collaboration between the BLACKPINK members and Selena Gomez and it premiered on August 28, 2020, at around 1 pm KST.
The banter with Selena Gomez
On November 26, 2022, Selena Gomez shared an adorable picture of herself hanging out with the members of BLACKPINK on her Instagram handle. Here is the caption that the singer added along with the image, “Selpink chillin.”
Another superb record
The BLACKPINK fans have another reason to enjoy now as the group has recently made a whole new record. Their music video titled ‘Kill This Love’ has reportedly surpassed 1.7 billion views on the popular platform, YouTube. The report was confirmed by the K-pop girl group’s agency YG Entertainment on Friday.
For the unversed, ‘Kill This Love’ is the group’s second video to reach the milestone on the platform, following the bandwagon of another mega hit of theirs which is “Ddu-du Ddu-du.’ As of now, the quartet has become the first K-pop artist to have two videos of theirs to hold the record.
The awards section
The 2022 MTV European Music Awards was held in Düsseldorf, Germany on November 13, 2022. BLACKPINK was among the many groups who won it big at the mega event for the ‘Best Metaverse Performance’ category ‘The Virtual.’ International media congratulated the popular K-pop girl band that has multiple records in its kitty already!
For the unversed, the BLACKPINK members could not attend the MTV EMAs 2022 because they are currently embarking on their BORN PINK world tour across multiple countries. However, the group did make sure to send a gratitude-filled video to BLINKS from all over the world.