TWICE's TT is now the most-watched k-pop girl group on Youtube

The video has 189,848,324 hits with 1,175,782 likes and 226,792 comments.

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TWICE's TT has surpassed Girls' Generation's I Got a Boy to become the most watched K-pop girl group music video on YouTube. The video has 189,848,324 hits with 1,175,782 likes and 226,792 comments.

Earlier, TT secured 100 million YouTube hits in just 71 days, becoming the fastest K-pop group to achieve it. With this, they broke their previous record of 100 million views in 207 days for their single Cheer Up. The album was released on October 24, 2016, and contained seven tracks, including the lead single, TT produced by Black Eyed Pilseung who also composed Twice's hit songs Like OOH-AHH and Cheer Up. TT's music video has the members showcasing different personalities and famous characters through Halloween-themed cosplays.

The nine-member girl band is all set to make their comeback on May 15 with their new mini-album Signal, following which the girl band will make their official Japan debut on June 28. Their Japanese debut will be #TWICE that will be a mix of their hit songs. On July 2, the girls will perform their debut showcase 'Touchdown In Japan' at the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium. According to a report on Soompi, a survey conducted among female students in Japan revealed that the band is already popular in the country with almost 80 percent of the students being aware of the group. They also stated that they liked the group because of its Japanese members, Momo, Sana, and Mina.

After their debut in 2015, the road to success was never a catwalk for TWICE but they made sure to trounce all the hurdles with hard work and excellence. The group is composed of nine members: Nayeon, Jeongyeon, Momo, Sana, Jihyo, Mina, Dahyun, Chaeyoung, and Tzuyu. Today, with an amazing fan base across the globe, TWICE is already compared to two legendary Kpop Girl Bands, 2NE1 and Girls Generation. They are also one of the few Kpop bands to top the Billiboard charts for more than 4 weeks.

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This article was first published on May 9, 2017