TWICE’s “LIKEY” music video has surpassed 600 million views on YouTube.
The music video for the title song “LIKEY” of TWICE’s first full-length album “twicetagram” released on October 30, 2017 surpassed 600 million views on YouTube around 12:15 am on the 9th. With this, TWICE has the third music video with 600 million views after “TT” and “What is Love?”. JYP Entertainment posted a congratulatory image on TWICE’s official SNS channel and shared the joy with fans around the world.
“LIKEY” is a song that harmonizes the future electro pop sound full of TWICE’s lively energy with the lyrics expressing the excitement of the word “I love you”. The cute and dynamic performances of the members gained popularity.
TWICE has recorded a high number of views on YouTube and has a strong presence as a ‘global top girl group’. From the debut song “Like OOH-AHH” to the title song “Talk that Talk” of the 11th mini album “BETWEEN 1 & 2” released in August 2022, a total of 17 active songs, 3 Japanese original songs, and the first Up to the English single “The Feels”, a total of 21 music videos boasted hundreds of millions of views, and holds the record of “having the most music videos with over 100 million views” among female girl groups in the world. are doing.
The music video for Nayeon’s solo debut song “POP!” Released in June 2022 has also surpassed 100 million views on YouTube. In addition, TWICE’s first new song this year, the second original English song “MOON LIHGT SUNRISE” and the title song “SET ME FREE” of the 12th mini-album released in March, are about to surpass 100 million views. there is
Recently, the 5th world tour ‘READY TO BE’, which has greatly expanded the scale, is being held to meet fans around the world. It will kick off at KSPO DOME in Seoul for two days from April 15th to 16th, followed by Sydney on May 2nd and 3rd (local time), and Melbourne on May 6th and 7th. The performance ended on a high note. In particular, in Japan, the “K-POP girl group’s first Japan stadium concert” was successfully held at Yanmar Stadium Nagai in Osaka on the 13th and 14th and Ajinomoto Stadium in Tokyo on the 20th and 21st.
They move to North America and continue to set career highs. Los Angeles on June 10, Oakland on June 12-13, Seattle on June 16, Dallas on June 21, Houston on June 24-25, Chicago on July 28-29, July 2-3 A total of 13 performances will be held in nine cities in North America, including Toronto on the 6th, New York on the 6th, and Atlanta on the 9th. Among them, the Los Angeles performance was “the first K-pop girl group to hold a performance at SoFi Stadium and sold out”, proving the momentum and status of TWICE, who has grown into a stadium-level artist.
Reporter: Ji Min Kyung