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TWICE s "Yes or Yes" will be the seventh largest 24-hour YouTube debut of all time




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Members of the South Korean K-Pop Girl Group Twice are photographers on the red carpet in the 2016 Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA) in Hong Kong on Friday, December 2, 2016. (AP Photo / Kin Cheung)

"There are no letters N & amp; O"In the case of TWICE's success. The K-pop girl group broke his own perception of" Yes or Yes "hit 31.4 million views in 24 hours, according to a YouTube rep.

"Yes or Yes" is invisible & nbsp; Nicky Jam and J. Balvin's "X (EQUIS)" as the 7 most experienced music video in a 24-hour period. Meanwhile, Miley Cyrus beat "Wrecking Ball" out of the top 10.

Girl Group & nbsp; the BTS, BLACKPINK and Psy groups join the list of the most up-to-date 24-hour YouTube debut. South Korean artists currently occupy half of the top 10, and BTS hatched number 1 in August with "IDOL." Their song "DNA" is currently close to the second best 10 at No. 13 with 22.3 million views.

According to Soompi, TWICE became the fastest K-pop girl group to reach 10 million views in six hours and two minutes (beat BLACKPINK's record with "DDU-DU DDU-DU" by 13 minutes). The day before, TWICE's "Cheer Up" became their third music video reach 300 million views.

TWICE also achieved a "certified all-kill"On November 7th, which means" Yes or Yes "reached the top of seven Korean real-time and daily charts. On the day of November 5, the song released No. 1 on the iTunes chart in 17 countries. Not to mention TWICE & nbsp; won Daesang (or grand prize) for Best-selling artist of the year at the 2018 MBC Plus X Genie Music Awards on November 6th.

The nonet & nbsp; is a fixture on the World Albums chart, and theirs What is love? EP topped at number 3 in April. (Billboard results for debdup of Yes or Yes& nbsp; has not been released yet.) Earlier this year, their Japanese album BDZ reached the top of the Oricon chart.

Here are the current 10 most experienced music videos in 24 hours:

1. BTS "IDOL" – 45.9 million

2. Taylor Swifts "Look What You Made Me Do" – 43.2 million

3. Eminem's "Killshot" – 38.1 million

4. BLACKPINKs "DDU-DU DDU-DU" – 36.2 million

5. Psy s "Gentleman" – 36 million

6. BTS "Fake Love" – ​​35.9 million

7. TWICE "Yes or Yes" – 31.4 million

8. Nicky Jam and J. Balvin's "X (EQUIS)" – 29.7 million

9. Adele's "Hello" – 26.3 million

10. Daddy Yankee, RedOne, French Montana and Dinah Jane's "Boom Boom" & nbsp; – 24.1 million

Watch the music video for "Yes or Yes" below.

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Members of the South Korean K-Pop Girl Group Twice are photographers on the red carpet in the 2016 Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA) in Hong Kong on Friday, December 2, 2016. (AP Photo / Kin Cheung)

"There are no letters N & O" regarding TWICE's success. The K-pop girls group broke their own perceptions of record like "Yes or Yes" beat 31.4 million views in 24 hours, according to a YouTube rep.

"Yes or Yes" unseated Nicky Jam and J. Balvin's "X (EQUIS)" as the 7 most experienced music video in a 24-hour period. Meanwhile, Miley Cyrus beat "Wrecking Ball" out of the top 10.

The girls group joins BTS, BLACKPINK and Psy's management to chart on the list of the most up-to-date 24-hour YouTube debut. South Korean artists currently occupy half of the top 10, and BTS hatched number 1 in August with "IDOL." Their song "DNA" is currently near top 10 on No. 13 with 22.3 million views.

According to Soompi, TWICE became the fastest K-pop girl group to reach 10 million views in six hours and two minutes (beat BLACKPINK's record with "DDU-DU DDU-DU" by 13 minutes). The day before, TWICE's "Cheer Up" became their third music video to reach 300 million views.

TWICE also achieved a "certified all kill" on November 7, meaning "Yes or Yes" reached the top of seven Korean real-time and daily charts. On the day of November 5th, song # 1 released on the iTunes chart in 17 countries. Not to mention, TWICE won Daesang (or Grand Prize) for Best Year's Best Year of the Year at the 2018 MBC Plus X Genie Music Awards on November 6th.

Nonet is a fixture on the World Albums chart, and their What is love? The EP peaked at No. 3 in April. (Billboard results for debdup of Yes or Yes has not been released yet.) Earlier this year, their Japanese album BDZ reached the top of the Oricon chart.

Here are the current 10 most experienced music videos in 24 hours:

1. BTS "IDOL" – 45.9 million

2. Taylor Swifts "Look What You Made Me Do" – 43.2 million

3. Eminem's "Killshot" – 38.1 million

4. BLACKPINKs "DDU-DU DDU-DU" – 36.2 million

5. Psy s "Gentleman" – 36 million

6. BTS "Fake Love" – ​​35.9 million

7. TWICE "Yes or Yes" – 31.4 million

8. Nicky Jam and J. Balvin's "X (EQUIS)" – 29.7 million

9. Adele's "Hello" – 26.3 million

10. Daddy Yankee, RedOne, French Montana and Dinah Jane's "Boom Boom" – 24.1 million

Watch the music video for "Yes or Yes" below.


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