If you have not heard "Kill this love", you can stay aloof – it's a worm like that got to my brain all weekend. But you will not be able to avoid some basic knowledge of the new musical sensation, since four women of this K-pop group catapult into historical books within one week.
The Vox Report reports that it is the first female group to compete for iTunes on the US chart for ninety-nine years – Destiny's child did it in 2004 – and just had the biggest debut of the music video on YouTube.
YouTube confirmed The Verge that "Kill This Love" is the fastest music clip ever reaching 1
Here's how the screen looks with Google Street View:
"Kill This Love" is now closing to 131 million views when I'm writing this post, so do not expect this to become the most popular YouTube video anytime. . "Despacito" (6.1 billion), "Form You" (4.1 billion), "See You Again" (4 billion), "Uptown Funk" (3.5 billion), and "Gangnam Style" (3.3 billion) Still being kept on their spots with more than two years of views underneath everyone – even Baby Shark can be hard to beat with 2.5 billion views to date.