BLACKPINK’s mega hit ‘DDU-DU DDU-DU’ exceeds half a billion streams on Spotify

BLACKPINK has set another meaningful milestone on Spotify, the world’s largest music platform.

On June 20th, YG Entertainment, announced that BLACKPINK‘s ‘DDU-DU DDU-DU’ has surpassed 500 million streams on Spotify.


This is BLACKPINK’s third song after ‘Kill This Love’ and ‘How You Like That’ to reach half a billion streams on Spotify. Moreover, BLACKPINK is the only K-pop girl group with songs that record over 500 million streams on Spotify, showing off their massive popularity in the global music market.


BLACKPINK has earned a total of 23 billion streams for their songs on Spotify so far, including ‘How You Like That’ (600 million), ‘Kill This Love’ (500 million), ‘DDU-DU DDU-DU’ (500 million), Lisa’s solo song ‘MONEY’ (400 million), ‘As If It’s Your Last’ (300 million) ), ‘Boombayah’ (300 million), ‘Ice Cream’ (300 million), ‘Pretty Savage’ (300 million), ‘Lovesick Girls’ (300 million), Jennie’s solo song ‘SOLO’ (300 million), Lisa’s solo song ‘LALISA’ (200 million), ‘Playing With Fire’ (200 million), ‘Whistle’ (200 million), ‘Forever Young’ (200 million), Rosé’s solo songs ‘On The Ground’ (200 million), ‘Gone’ ‘(100 million), ‘Don’t Know What To Do’ (100 million), ‘STAY’ (100 million), ‘Bet You Wanna’ (100 million), ‘Crazy Over You’ (100 million), ‘Love To Hate Me’ (100 million), ‘You Never Know’ (100 million), etc.

2020 - An excellent year for BLACKPINK

The record of ‘DDU-DU DDU-DU’ on YouTube is even more spectacular. The MV for this song has now surpassed 1.8 billion views after making BLACKPINK the first K-pop group to hit the 1 billion view mark. The number of YouTube subscribers on BLACKPINK’s channel has also soared to more than 74.8 million as they remain the most subscribed music act on YouTube. 

2020 - An excellent year for BLACKPINK

‘DDU-DU DDU-DU’ is the title track of BLACKPINK’s first mini album ‘SQUARE UP’, which was released on June 15, 2018. Immediately after its release, the song landed at #40 and #55 on the US Billboard 200 and Hot 100, respectively, as well as dominated domestic music charts with a ‘Perfect All Kill’, raking the highest among K-pop girl groups at the time.

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