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TWICE Reaches An Incredible 200 Million Views For “Alcohol-Free”

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“Alcohol-Free” becomes TWICE’s fifteenth music video to hit the milestone of 200 million views.

TWICE displays their worldwide impact as “Alcohol-Free” becomes their fifteenth consecutive music video to surpass 200 million views. The song heads their tenth mini-album titled, Taste of Love, which was released this June and quickly overtook music and streaming platforms.

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The music video hit 200 million views as of December 16, joining the other roster of TWICE tracks to reach this achievement. The success of “Alcohol-Free” and many others including their debut track, “Like OOH-AHH”, is evidence of TWICE’s power as a charting and streaming giant.

Recently, the group also celebrated their “Heart Shaker” music video surpassing 400 million views, becoming their seventh video to do so. Additionally, their first English single “The Feels” exceeded 100 million views. In culmination, TWICE has 19 music videos that passed 100 million views on YouTube, three of which are Japanese tracks.

Moreover, this made TWICE the girl group across the world with the most music videos to reach 100 million views.

Their latest music video to accrue such high views was written, composed, and arranged by JYP Entertainment’s Park Jinyoung. Lee Haesol also made composing contributions. The track combines genres of Bossa Nova and hip-hop to create a Latin-inspired dance track. The song’s refreshing atmosphere and high tension created a summer song loved by K-Pop fans globally.

Meanwhile, TWICE continues their charting success on Billboard’s Billboard 200, placing third with their most recent release,  Formula of Love: O+T=<3. The group ranked on the chart for four consecutive weeks as well as on the Artist 100 chart, illustrating TWICE’s worldwide appeal.

TWICE will soon greet fans in person. They will begin their fourth world tour, starting in Seoul this December. The group will then travel to Los Angeles for their American tour leg in February, visiting five cities across America.


Source: Newsen

Image and Video Source: JYP Entertainment

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