Before K-pop stars like BTS and BLACKPINK ruled the graphs in the United States, there was Psy. On July 15, 2012, he delivered a music video for his unique hit, “Gangnam Style.” The track would change Psy’s vocation, sending off him to No. 2 on the all-classification Billboard Hot 100 and starting off YouTube’s Billion Views Club simultaneously. 안전놀이터
“Gangnam Style” hit the 1 billion perspectives achievement in December 2012, 159 days after the video debuted on the stage. At the video’s pinnacle, it got a striking 14.9 million perspectives each day yet midpoints 900,000 perspectives each day in 2022. Until this point, the video has 4.4 billion perspectives and then some. 온라인슬롯
The billion-sees status for “Gangnam Style” stayed immaculate for over a year until the video for Justin Bieber’s presentation track “Child” — which hit the stage in February 2010 — arrived at 1 billion perspectives by 2014. Also, by 2015, the Billion Views Club invited new individuals like Taylor Swift (“Shake It Off,” “Clear Space”), Katy Perry (“Roar,” “Surprisingly strong contender”), Sia (“Chandelier”), Adele (“Hello”) and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. There are currently in excess of 300 YouTube recordings with somewhere around 1 billion perspectives.
However different specialists figured out how to break the 1 billion perspectives blemish on YouTube, “Gangnam Style” at last held the title of most well known music video on the stage until 2017 (ousted by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s “Despacito,” 7.9 billion perspectives). After 10 years, the video positions inside the best 10 most well known recordings in YouTube’s set of experiences. 안전놀이터
Psy praised the “Gangnam Style” commemoration with a straightforward post on his Instagram feed Thursday, highlighting a screengrab of him from the video wearing a powder blue suit and leaving a realistic blast. “D-day,” he inscribed the post. 룰렛
“At the point when Psy’s ‘Gangnam Style’ arrived at 1 billion perspectives on YouTube it was a phenomenal second that left a mark on the world,” Sun Lee, chief, music organizations at YouTube (Korea and Greater China) and craftsman relations APAC said in an explanation. “The mix of singing in Korean, integrating novel dance moves into his music video and the worldwide reach of YouTube, prompted accomplishing this amazing achievement which is as yet treasured by a lot of people all over the planet. Throughout recent years a lot more craftsmen all over the planet have joined the Billion Views Club, demonstrating that music can go past lines to contact worldwide crowds on YouTube. I anticipate supporting and inviting more craftsmen, including those from Korea, into the Billion Views Club in not so distant future.”