aespa’s ‘Black Mamba’ music video surpasses 200 million views on YouTube

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SM Entertainment’s rookie girl group aespa has been making headlines here and there since their debut in November 2020.

The four-girl group of Karina, Winter, Giselle and Ningning have won Rookie of the Year awards at all major award-winning bodies and also made a name for themselves with countless wins on shows. music and topping the charts. versions.

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The first track of aespa “Black Mamba” exceeds 200 million views on YouTube

This time, aespa achieves an incredible feat with the first song, “Black Mamba”, becoming the group’s first music video to surpass 200 million views on YouTube.

In particular, the music video for “Black Mamba” reached 200 million views on YouTube on January 14 at around 8 p.m. KST. The music video was released on November 17, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. KST on aespa’s debut date. This sees the clip take 423 days or a year, a month and 28 days to reach the incredible milestone.

Currently, the music video for “Black Mamba” has 200,826,026 views on YouTube.

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Aespa’s “Black Mamba” Sets New Record

“Black Mamba” is the first and first digital track from SM Entertainment’s new girl group aespa. It was released on November 17, 2020 and was written and composed by genius songwriter and agency producer Yoo Young Jin.

The track is characterized by pop, electropop and dance-pop music with a synth and EDM sound and bass, as well as an irresistible hook that captivates its listeners.

The lyrics are about an entity known as the black mamba that not only disrupts the connection of the members and their avatars, but also threatens their planet, Kwangya.

Meanwhile, the music video for “Black Mamba” has become the first fastest Kpop group to surpass 100 million views. These latest releases, “Next Level” and “Savage” also surpassed 100 million views on YouTube.

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