Sunday, August 16, 2020

BLACKPINK surpassed pop star Ariana Grande and Eminem with 44million subscriber on YouTube, ranking first in the world's female artists.



As a YouTube subscriber, BLACKPINK surpassed pop star Ariana Grande and Eminem, ranking first in the world's female artists. It rose to fourth place in both men and women list.

According to YG Entertainment on the 17th, the number of subscribers to BLACKPINK's official YouTube channel surpassed 44 million at 9 a.m. on the 16th. With this, BLACKPINK has surpassed Eminem and secured the top four artists from around the world with the largest number of subscribers, shoulder to shoulder with Justin Bieber, DJ Marshmallow, and Ed Sheeran. It is the first record among all K-pop artists.

This is the first achievement of BLACKPINK in four years since its debut in Korea and about a year and a half after entering the U.S. In particular, the number of YouTube subscribers is the most objective indicator of overseas popularity and recognition, surpassing Eminem in its 23rd year of debut, proving BLACKPINK 's global influence and public base.

BLACKPINK is unrivaled in YouTube, and the figure is overwhelming. BLACKPINK , which is by far the leading K-pop single channel, has been gaining 100,000 people a day since the release of "How You Like That."