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Baby Monster’s Performance Video ‘SHEESH’ Hits 100 Million Views on YouTube!

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YG Entertainment’s girl group Baby Monster has proven to be the next YouTube Queen with their dance video for “SHEESH,” which follows their official music video.

According to YG Entertainment, the performance video for Baby Monster’s official debut song “SHEESH” surpassed 100 million views on YouTube around 2:42 a.m. on May 18th. Despite being a dance video, it joined the billion-view club in 43 days.

The video was highly praised for Baby Monster’s delicate expressions and excellent direction, maximizing the performance’s charm. As the “SHEESH” track continues to cruise in the upper ranks of various global charts, the video also drew a steady increase in popularity.

With this, Baby Monster has four videos with over 100 million views. The “SHEESH” music video broke the record for the fastest K-pop girl group debut song to reach 100 million views (in 10 days) and 200 million views (in 33 days).

“BATTER UP” (200 million views) and “Stuck In The Middle” (100 million views) followed. The “SHEESH” track is still popular a month after its release.

They broke their record by ranking #33 on the Billboard Global 200 and #16 on the Billboard Global Excl. US. They also made it to the Spotify Weekly Top Songs chart for six consecutive weeks. They are also doing well on major domestic music platforms.

Baby Monster held its first fan meeting tour in Tokyo, Japan, on May 11th and 12th. They are scheduled to meet local fans in Jakarta, Indonesia, on June 8th; Singapore on June 15th; Taipei on June 23rd; and Bangkok, Thailand, on June 29th and 30th.

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