BLACKPINK, a Korean girl group is definitely breaking records in K-Pop history. "Kill This Love" music video surpassed BTS' "lDOL" which held the number 1 spot for reaching 10 million views on YouTube in 4 hours and 16 minutes last August, 2018. Now, after releasing the music video on April 5, 2019, BLACKPINK reached 10 million views in just 4 hours and 13 minutes, currently holding the number 1 spot in K-pop Charts and News.

They also made history as the first K-pop girl act to rank number 1 on iTunes charts. As the views keep counting, "Kill This Love" could also possibly surpass Ariana Grande's "Thank You, Next" music video for reaching 55 million views on YouTube in the first 24 hours.

Right now, it has more than 50 million views after its release. Members, Lisa, Rose, Jisoo, and Jennie made their efforts all worth it.

Blinks are celebrating victory

"Kill This Love" is not only number 1 on YouTube but also trending everywhere. "Blinks" or BLACKPINK fans cannot hide their excitement and appreciation on the said music video. They have been talking about it and have been sharing their support all over the internet. They are like a team in supporting their idols for breaking records. They are also even working to make the KTL reach the first rank as the first music video to reach 100 million. "Blinks" really has a grand following.

  • "This is my first comeback as a Blink. I don't have mutuals right now because I decided not to use my personal account and made a fan account just to hype them. All I can say is that I'm beyond proud and grateful. So this is how it feels. I'm sobbing." #KillThisLoveWithBLACKPINK @lilipoopsicles posted on Twitter.
  • @monvjichu also tweeted, "Kill This Love is out. I LOVE IT. The girls really did a great job. I'm so proud of them. #BLACKPINK #KillThisLove #KillThisLoveWithBLACKPINK"
  • @kitty_jendeuk posted a screenshot on Instagram with a caption, "This iconic Rumpumpumpum stuck in my head after watching the MV a whole day."

Even French producer and celebrity DJ Snake is amazed with their performance.

After he followed Lisa, on Twitter and Instagram, he started liking and commenting on her posts. A fan mentioned him on Twitter with Lisa's photos and he commented it with "Queen Lisa." He really admires BLACKPINK that he also liked a post about a petition for BLACKPINK and him to do a collaboration at Coachella 2019 where both are said to perform.

More records to break

Aside from views on YouTube and a #1 ranking on iTunes, BLACKPINK has a lot of records to break and is now making a big history in K-pop. The fans support is really amazing that they unite to make KTL a great success. The views and likes of the music video on YouTube are still counting and there are a lot of breaking records to look forward.