#1 trending on Youtube – Ice Cream; BLACKPINK – ‘Ice Cream (with Selena Gomez)’ M/V; #1 trending on Youtube


Ice Cream M/V, a song performed by the Blackpink South Korean girl group and Selena Gomez, an American singer; was released on 28 August 2020.  It has reached over 10 million views on YouTube in less than three hours. This resulted in BLACKPINK setting a new YouTube record for the Korean girls’ group’s fastest 10 million views.

BLACKPINK itself also kept the previous record for its pre-release single How You Like That. In addition, BLACKPINK has already reached 22 million views in four hours, and 3.6 million likes.

“Ice Cream,”  a song  The song is the second single off Blackpink ‘s upcoming first studio album in the Korean language, The Song. Within a few hours of its premiere, the song is trending on the first position on Youtube worldwide.

Trending #1 on Youtube – Ice Cream

On 27 August 2020, BP released on their YouTube channel a preview of the music video for “Ice Cream.” The music video was released on 28 August.

Earlier on July 23, 2020, YG Entertainment released a teaser poster for a new single collaboration between Blackpink and an unnamed artist to be released in August. On July 28, the band announced the release of their first Korean studio song, The Song, on October 2, 2020. On August 11, 2020, the unnamed artist was released as American singer Selena Gomez.

A teaser video featuring Blackpink and Gomez on video call together was released on August 24, while the song was playing in the background. Teaser images of Blackpink and Gomez were released from August 24 to August 26. On 21 August 2020, the collaboration ‘s title was revealed to be “Ice Cream.”

Furthermore, on India’s iTunes Top Songs list, Ice Cream has already reached # 1; n the Top 10 on the US iTunes Top Songs list too.

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BLACKPINK – ‘Ice Cream (with Selena Gomez)’ M/V

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