Blackpink's 'Whistle' music video hits 500 million views

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Blackpink's 'Whistle' music video hits 500 million views

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Girl group Blackpink’s music video for their song “Whistle,” released in 2016, hit 500 million views on YouTube as of Saturday.
 
The group’s agency YG Entertainment announced the milestone in a statement Saturday, stating that it is the group’s sixth music video with over 500 million views. Others include music videos for their songs “Boombayah,” “Ddu-du Ddu-du” and “Kill This Love.”
 
“Whistle” was released in August 2016, when the group debuted.
 
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[YG ENTERTAINMENT]

Blackpink is scheduled to drop their new release “How You Like that” on June 26. They will be performing the song for the first time during a special appearance on NBC’s “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”
  
BY ESTHER CHUNG   [chung.juhee@joongang.co.kr]
 

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