BLACKPINK Makes Spotify History with Three Songs Surpassing 700 Million Streams Beating Fifth Harmony

BLACKPINK continues to make waves in the music industry, showcasing their enduring popularity on Spotify, a major platform for streaming music worldwide.

Their latest achievement comes with “Pink Venom,” which has now exceeded 700 million streams, joining the ranks of their other hits, “How You Like That” and “Kill This Love.”

With this milestone, BLACKPINK breaks the tie with Fifth Harmony, securing the title of the “Female Group with the most songs surpassing 700 Million streams on Spotify.”

Among the notable tracks from both groups, BLACKPINK‘s hits “How You Like That,” “Kill This Love,” and now “Pink Venom” stand out, while Fifth Harmony‘s “Work from Home feat. Ty Dolla $ign” and “Worth It feat. Kid Ink” have also achieved significant streaming success.

BLACKPINK‘s dominance on Spotify extends further as they surpass 48 million followers on the platform, setting a new record as the “First Female Group” and the “Only Asian Female Artist” to achieve this milestone.

But their achievements don’t stop there. Every original song in BLACKPINK‘s discography has surpassed 100 million streams on Spotify, making them the only K-pop group to achieve this feat.

With 32 songs surpassing this mark, BLACKPINK solidifies their lead over other female groups like “Little Mix,” “Twice,” and “NewJeans” in terms of songs exceeding 100 million streams on Spotify.



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