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50 K-pop songs that dominate YouTube: BLACKPINK is always BTS, the number 1 position is stable over time

BLACKPINK and BTS alternately invaded the top 50 most viewed Kpop songs on YouTube, but No.1 is the class that is hard to replace.

Counting music video views on YouTube doesn’t mean just looking at a single song’s MV. Videos of the singer’s performance on stage, dance practice or other forms of performance also partly reflect the song’s popularity. Here are the 50 most viewed K-pop songs on YouTube, based on the total views of all the videos combined.

Of course, topped the charts is a time supernatural cult Gangnam Style of PSY launched in 2012. Even since its release, the song has become a global phenomenon sweeping every leaderboard in water and the world, and quickly attracted more than 500 million views after only 100 days of release and still retains the heat until now.

The ” Gangnam Style” MV alone has had 4.3 billion views. The total number of views of the videos of this song is 6.10 billion.

 

MV Gangnam Style – PSY

Coming in at 2nd place is the hit DDU-DU DDU-DU of the four YG girls released in 2018. Currently, BLACKPINK is one of the hottest names with a wide spread both at home and abroad. To achieve such success, in part, this song has brought BLACKPINK many “unprecedented” achievements, bringing the girls’ names to the world.

BLACKPINK’s ” DDU-DU DDU-DU” MV has achieved 1.65 billion views up to now. The number of views of all related videos is 2.73 billion.

 

MV DDU-DU DDU-DU – BLACKPINK

The 3rd and 4th places also belong to the hands of BLACKPINK girls with Kill This Love released in 2019 and How You Like That released last year.

Kill This Love has 1.38 billion MV views and 2.16 billion total video views, making it BLACKPINK’s 2nd MV to reach 1 billion views. Meanwhile, ” How You Like That” is not inferior with MV views of 926.3 million and total views including performance and dance videos of 2.06 billion.

 

MV Kill This Love – BLACKPINK

 

MV How You Like That – BLACKPINK

BTS also occupies a high position in the rankings with Boy With Luv and Dynamite at 5th and 6th respectively. Currently, this is the only group in K-pop capable of competing with BLACKPINK.

Boy With Luv released in 2019 has MV views of 1.31 billion and views of all videos of 2.03 billion. And Dynamite released in 2020 has MV views and total videos of 1.19 billion and 1.95 billion, respectively.

 

MV Boy With Luv – BTS

 

MV Dynamite – BTS

BOOMBAYAH – BLACKPINK’s debut song released in 2015 excellently kept the heat with 1.24 billion MV views and 1.88 billion views of all BOOMBAYAH videos . The song is at number 7.

 

MV BOOMBAYAH – BLACKPINK

The last three places in the top 10 are PSY’s Gentleman released in 2013 with 1.42 billion MV views and 1.65 billion views including performance videos; BTS’s DNA debuted in 2017 with MV views of 1.32 billion and 1.65 billion views for all videos. The number of 1.05 billion MV views and 1.53 billion total views of As If It’s Your Last (BLACKPINK) videos have helped this song take 10th place in the chart.

 

MV Gentleman – PSY

 

MV DNA – BTS

 

MV As If It’s Your Last – BLACKPINK

The next positions in the ranking of the top 50 songs with MV views in particular and including the most performed videos are as follows:

11. Idol (2018) – BTS: 969.2 million; 1.52 billion won

12. Mic Drop (2017) – BTS: 1 billion; 1.49 billion won

13. Fake Love (2018) – BTS: 973.2 million; 1.42 billion won

14. Solo (2018) – Jennie: 693.7 million; 1.39 billion won

15. Fire (2016) – BTS: 232.1 million; 1.36 billion won

16. Blood Sweat & Tears (2016) – BTS: 769,8 triệu; 1,24 tỷ

17. Playing With Fire (2016) – BTS: 671,2 triệu; 1,20 tỷ

18. Whistle (2016) – BLACKPINK: 682.8 million; 1.19 billion won

19. Bboom Bboom (2018) – MOMOLAND: 520.9 million; 1.07 billion won

20. BANG BANG BANG (2015) – BIGBANG: 545.4 million; 999 million won

21. TT (2016) – TWICE: 593.1 million; 979.4 million won

22. Dope (2015) – BTS: 658.5 million; 977.3 million won

23. Daddy (2015) – PSY, CL: 586.5 million; 949.2 million won

24. Ice Cream (2020) – BLACKPINK, Selena Gomez: 602.9 million; 917 million won

25. Butter (2021) – BTS: 479.7 million; 907.5 million won

26. ON (2020) – BTS: 268.9 million; 883.8 million won

27. Lovesick Girls (2020) – BLACKPINK: 458,3 triệu; 866,6 triệu

28. GOGO (2017) – BTS: 195 million; 857.9 million won

29. Fantastic Baby (2012) – BIGBANG: 487.3 million; 823.2 million won

30. Save Me (2016) – BTS: 603 million; 822.7 million won

31. Forever Young Dance Practice Video (2018) – BLACKPINK: 189 million; 817.2 million won

32. Love Scenario (2018) – iKON: 515.9 million; 762.5 million won

33. What Is Love? (2018) – TWICE: 526.9 million; 748.9 million won

34. Likey (2017) – TWICE: 527.4 million; 713.7 million won

35. Cheer Up (2016) – TWICE: 451.7 million; 700.9 million won

36. Not Today (2017) – BTS: 493.3 million; 689 million won

37. Spring Day (2017) – BTS: 429.7 million; 666.8 million won

38. Wannabe (2020) – ITZY: 355.5 million; 659.6 million won

39. Fancy (2019) – TWICE: 438.3 million; 654.2 million won

40. BAAM (2018) – MOMOLAND: 221 million; 646.8 million won

41. Boy In Luv (2014) – BTS: 385.3 million; 644 million won

42. Life Goes On (2020) – BTS: 367.6 million; 635.3 million won

43. I Am The Best (2011) – 2NE1: 296.5 million; 634.9 million won

44. Love Shot (2018) – EXO: 435 million; 623.3 million won

45. Monster (2016) – EXO: 387.4 million; 610.3 million won

46. Like OOH-AHH (2015) – TWICE: 416.1 million; 601.8 million won

47. Pretty Savage (2020) – BLACKPINK: 548,8 triệu

48. Psycho (2019) – Red Velvet: 290 million; 582.5 million won

49. I Need U (2015) – BTS: 223.3 million; 579.2 million won

50. Black Swan (2020) – BTS: 307.5 million; 571.4 million won

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