“Oh My God”, (G)I-DLE Achieves 100 Million YouTube Views With This Music Video!

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(G)I-DLE unlocked a brand-new major achievement on the YouTube platform with its latest music release “Oh My God”!

The six-member girl group continues to level up their game as their latest smash hit has garnered 100 million YouTube views.

100 Million Youtube Views

On the morning of July 8, (G)I-DLE’s music video for “Oh My God” made an impressive breakthrough as it officially exceeded the 100-million mark on YouTube.

Significantly, the cinematic music video reached 17 million views in its first day, 30 million views by second day, and 50 million views in the first week.

This feat also became a fitting present for the sextet who just recently wrapped up their first online concert I-LAND: WHO AM I on July 5.

Notably, the group was able to obtain the enormous count in just three months and two days after its triumphant worldwide release.

Following their renowned debut song “Latata”, “Oh My God” becomes (G)I-DLE’s second music video to join YouTube’s 100-million club.


Released on April 6, at 6 PM KST, Miyeon, Minnie, Soojin, Soyeon, Yuqi and Shuhua returned boldly and brazenly with their third extended play I Trust.

Characterized by its unique and mesmerizing sound, the girls’ latest lead single immediately topped real-time Korean music charts, such as Melon, Soribada and Naver Music.

Proving their power and prowess as artists, (G)I-DLE also raked four consecutive wins on major South Korean music shows with “Oh My God.”

Moreover, the distinctive and dark concept that accompanied (G)I-DLE’s latest title track became well-acknowledged by spectators across the world, especially with Neverlands.


Exhibiting the theme of trusting oneself, the group’s album I Trust instantly swept the No. 1 spot in the iTunes Top Album charts in 61 countries, shortly after its release.

Additionally, the album also conquered five Billboard charts such as the World Digital Song Sales Chart and Emerging Artists Chart.

Meanwhile, (G)I-DLE recently unveiled their Latin-based newest single “i’M The Trend” on July 7, which features lyrics that reference their other hit songs like ” LION” and “Uh-Oh.”

Sources: Herald Pop | Naver News

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