100 Million YouTube Music Video views sounds ‘Just Right’ for GOT7.
Kpop is now facing massive pressure from Chinese governmental bans. But thankfully, that’s not the only game in town, with Kpop surging on YouTube.
Suddenly, Kpop is crossing nine-figure thresholds with regularity. In February, Girls’ Generation’s Taeyeon surpassed the 100 million music view count on YouTube with ‘I.’ She now has six music videos that have broken this count.
Just this week, South Korean boy group GOT7 has finally reached that milestone. The music video for ‘Just Right’ became the group’s first video to hit 100 million.
GOT7 celebrated the milestone with their fans on the group’s Twitter account.
— @GOT7Official 5 de marzo de 2017
Fans congratulated the group responding to the tweet. Others asked @SpotifyCares to start streaming the group’s music, prompting an official reply.
@_Flora684 Hey! We don’t have any info on this right now, but we’ll let our developers know it’s something you’d like to see /DA
— SpotifyCares (@SpotifyCares) 5 de marzo de 2017
‘Just Right’ officially came out in mid-2015. As of writing, the video has slightly over 100.3 million views.
GOT7 joins the following artists in having surpassed 100 million views on a music video.
- Girls’ Generation
- Super Junior
KoreaBoo and other fans posted congratulatory tweets.
— Koreaboo (@Koreaboo) 5 de marzo de 2017
#GOT7 is the 5th Korean boy group to hit 100M on YouTube after, BigBang, Super Junior, Exo & Bts.
I am so proud of them.
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— ? GOT7 Fanatic ? (@fanatic_got7) 5 de marzo de 2017