BIGBANG Unit: GD X Taeyang's 'Good Boy' Music Video Hits 300 Million Views On Youtube
The South Korean duet from the home management of BLACKPINK and TREASURE, YG Entertainment, achieves another Youtube feat with Good Boy.
GD x Taeyang's Good Boy music video collects massive views
Soompi delightedly reported that Good Boy's music video by BIGBANG's GD X Taeyang recently achieved a new Youtube milestone. That said, the music video joins the 300 million-view Hall of Fame on the video streaming platform, proving the duo's intense popularity.
In particular, the music video hit the whopping viewing figure on January 9 (Saturday), only taking the GD X Taeyang six years, one month, and 19 days to collect the Youtube gem.
It was uploaded on BIGBANG's Youtube channel on November 21, 2014, marking the first music video by the senior K-pop group BIGBANG unit to surpass 300 million views
In total, Good Boy is the third music video by the band to achieve the same number of views, following BANG BANG BANG and FANTASTIC BABY, per Granthsala.
Bits of GD X Taeyang's Good Boy music video
The music video for Good Boy was helmed by Colin Tilley and was dropped as part of the single's promotion. As of April 2016, the music video already reached 100 million views on the same platform, hailing as the third BIGBANG music video to cross the viewing mark.
Furthermore, it was featured as a Youtube Music Moment for the 2015 Youtube Music Awards, showcasing its intense concept and theme to the world.
A dance practice video was also uploaded on BIGBANG's Youtube channel, giving prominence to Parris Goebel's choreographies.
As of this writing, the music video has 300,053,026 views, with an intense 2.5 million likes. On the other hand, comments come in handy with 91,733, with fans of the duo praising the music video's one of a kind arrangement.
Meanwhile, celebrate with BIGBANG's GD X Taeyeon by re-watching Good Boy's music video above!
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