K-pop group, Blackpink's new single Kill This Love, breaks all YouTube records with an impressive 56.7 million views in just 24 hours.
Kill This Love released on April 4, 2019, is the next big thing after PSY's Gangnam Style, of 2012.
Although it has a long way to go before achieving the record-breaking 3 billion views of Gangnam Style, but the single is already on its path to break other YouTube records.
The video by the K-pop group, Blackpink, comprising of four females is now the biggest music video debut in YouTube history after ousting Ariana Grande's hit single Thank You, Next, which had been successful to gather 55.4 million in its first day of release.
Kill This Love then went to garner 100 million views in three days, a feat achieved by no other musical group.
Prior to this Blackpink's 2018 single Ddu-Du Ddu-Du, is also the most-viewed video by a K-pop group in the history of YouTube with a total of 800 million views till date.
The K-pop group will be the first all-female Korean group to perform at the Coachella.