BABYMONSTER’s ‘SHEESH’ MV Tops YouTube Charts, Approaching 100 Million Views

BABYMONSTE proved their powerful influence in the music market by topping the global YouTube chart in their debut week

According to the latest chart released by YouTube on April 7th (covering March 29th to April 4th, 2024), BABYMONSTER’s debut mini-album title track ‘SHEESH’ climbed to the top spot on the global weekly popular music video chart. Following its initial dominance in this category immediately after its release, the song solidly maintained its position at the throne for four consecutive days.

Showing widespread popularity across various countries including the mainstream pop markets like the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada, as well as Korea and Japan, ‘SHEESH’ also secured the second position on the global weekly popular song chart. This highlights the group’s burgeoning global popularity as the next ‘YouTube Queens.’


The ‘SHEESH’ music video skyrocketed to the top spot of YouTube’s ‘Most Viewed Videos within 24 Hours’ amidst fervent responses from music fans upon its release at midnight on the 1st. Currently, it has surpassed 70.7 million views, with anticipation building as it nears the milestone of 100 million views, expected to set yet another remarkable record for the group.

BABYMONSTER’s presence is also notable on various global charts. The ‘SHEESH’ track reached the 69th position on Spotify’s Daily Top Songs Global Chart, marking the highest entry record for a K-pop girl group this year. Their debut mini-album, [BABYMONS7ER], also topped the iTunes charts in 8 regions, solidifying their popularity.

Meanwhile, BABYMONSTER is set to make their first appearance on SBS’s ‘Inkigayo’ this afternoon. Following this, they plan to interact with domestic fans through diverse contents, broadcast appearances, fan signing events, and more. Additionally, they will expand their activities to the global market through fan meetings in five Asian regions including Tokyo, Japan, Jakarta, Indonesia, Singapore, Taipei, and Bangkok, Thailand, as well as appearing at Japan’s largest music festival, ‘Summer Sonic 2024.’

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