Twice’s ‘What is Love?’ surpasses 500 million views on YouTube
Twice’s music video for “What is Love?” surpassed 500 million views on YouTube on Monday, the girl group’s agency JYP Entertainment announced Tuesday.
It is the group’s third music video to exceed 500 million views after “TT” (2016) and “Likey” (2017).
“What is Love?” is the title track of the group’s fifth EP “What is Love?” Park Jin-young, the founder and co-CEO of JYP, wrote the melody and lyrics for the song that is about the curiosity of young girls who learn about love through only songs, books or films.
Twice has a total of 17 music videos that have surpassed 100 million views on YouTube including its debut song “Like Ooh-ahh” (2015), “I Can’t Stop Me” (2020), and its Japanese songs “Candy Pop” (2018), “TT – Japanese ver.” and “Breakthrough” (2019).
The group is scheduled to release the title track of its new EP, along with its music video, at 6 p.m. on June 9.
The new EP, “Taste of Love,” will drop at 1 p.m. on June 11.
The group is also set to release its 3rd Japanese album “Perfect World” on July 28.
The title track has an up-tempo beat and conveys the message that you should confront your fears without being swept up by the environment around you.
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