Thursday, July 16, 2020

A special edition of BLACKPINK's album "How You Like That" will be officially released today!


A special edition of BLACKPINK's album "How You Like That" will be officially released today!

BLACKPINK's charms include three themes: monotone, dark mood, and colorful visuals. The CD contains two versions of "How You Like That" and an unopened version of the instrumental version. In addition, the 132-P photo book, random Polaroid, random postcards, and ground posters have increased the value of fans' collection. The two-sided posters will also be presented separately for the number of initial production.

"How You Like That" is a hip-hop song featuring BLACKPINK's unique and charismatic sound. YG's strongest producers, TEDDY and Danny Chung, wrote the lyrics and composed by TEDDY, R.Tee, and 24.

As soon as the song was released on June 26, the song topped Melon and six other major music site charts in Korea. Until today, the 22nd day, it has continued to be popular, keeping the top spot on the Melon site 24Hits chart.

It also received explosive responses from overseas, raising its K-pop status to a new level. "How You Like That" swept the top spot on the iTunes Song Chart in 64 countries, including the United States, marking the highest number ever among K-pop girl groups.

It also broke the all-time high ranking of K-pop girl groups by ranking 33rd on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and 20th on the British Official Singles Chart and succeeded in charting for two consecutive weeks. It also topped Japan's largest music site Line Music, China's largest music site QQ Music, and Chinese music platform Tencent's real-time music chart.

The music video is also writing amazing records day after day. The music video for "How You Like That" recorded 86.3 million views on the first day of its release, ranking it on Guinness World Records in a total of five categories, including "Most views of YouTube videos in 24 hours." Since then, it has surpassed 100 million views in about 32 hours, 200 million views in seven days, and 300 million views as of today, breaking the record for the shortest time in YouTube music video history.