Twice’s music video for 'Scientist' surpasses 100 million views
Girl group Twice’s music video for its track “Scientist” has surpassed 100 million views on YouTube.
According to its agency JYP Entertainment, the video reached the milestone at 3:12 p.m. on Wednesday. The video was released on Nov. 12 last year.
The group now has a total of 20 music videos that have exceeding 100 million views, including its debut song “Like Ooh-Ahh” (2015), 15 songs released in Korea, three songs released in Japan, and its first English single “The Feels.”
“Twice has the highest number of music videos that have surpassed 100 million views out of all the girl groups in the world,” the agency said.
“Scientist” is the lead track of the group’s third full-length album “Formula of Love: O+T=〈3,” which is about the members’ honest feelings about love.
Meanwhile, Twice is set to release its fourth Japanese album “#Twice4” on March 16. The album includes Korean and Japanese versions of tracks “Scientist,” “I Can’t Stop Me,” “Cry For Me” and “Alcohol-Free.”
The group is also scheduled to perform for its Japanese fans on April 23 and 24 in Tokyo Dome, as part of its word tour "Twice 4th World Tour III.” The group’s last visit to Japan was in 2019.
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