Blackpink has officially broken the record of their fellow K-pop bond BTS with their latest track ‘How You Like That.’
Popular Korean girl band, Blackpink set a new record for the biggest music video premiere on YouTube in 24 hours.
'How You Like That' was viewed by a whopping 1.65 million fans and the much anticipated song marked the bands official release after a year-long hiatus.
Blackpink has officially broken the record of their fellow K-pop bond BTS with their latest track 'How You Like That.'
Watch 'How You Like That' here
How You Like That is billed as a "pre-single" that sets the scene for the band's first full-length studio album, due in September.
The video sees Lisa, Jennie, Rosé and Jisoo in a variety of dramatically-lit settings, from a lush rainforest and an ice palace to a room filled with scorched umbrellas, and a grand domed hall, where the quartet are surrounded by dancers and statues of horses.
The hip-hop-infused track also blends elements of Arabic music during Lisa's second verse rap, while the lyrics deliver a "positive and hopeful" message.
They became the first K-pop girl band to perform a set at the Coachella music festival, and scored their first UK chart success with the single Kill This Love last year.
The quartet are also the most-subscribed music group on YouTube, with 37.5 million followers who call themselves "Blinks".
Last year, the quartet became the first K-pop group to have a video reach a billion views on YouTube.