Aspa's "Next Level" MV hit 200 million views.

The "Next level" music video of girl group Aespa recorded 200 million views on YouTube.

SM Entertainment (hereinafter referred to as SM) announced on its official SNS (social network service) on the 28th that Espa's "Next Level" has exceeded 200 million views. SM said, "Thank you so much for your love and support."



The 2nd one. 200 million views.

The "Next level" music video
The "Next level" music video of girl group Aespa recorded 200 million views on YouTube.

The music video of Aespa's third digital single "Next level," released in May last year, exceeded 200 million views on YouTube on the morning of the 28th. As a result, Aespa achieved its second career 200 million views after its debut song "Black Mamba."


As a result, Aespa entered the ranks of K-POP artists with more than 200 million views of the music video. The records include PSY, Black Pink, BTS, TWICE, EXO, ITZY, Red Velvet, Girls' Generation, Straight Kids, and Big Bang. All of them are leading artists in K-POP.



The story of Aespa's Next Level.

The story of Aespa's Next Level
The story of Aespa's Next Level.


"Next Level" is a remake of the OST "Next Level" of the movie "Fast & Furious: Hobbes & Shaw" in Aespa's own color, and is reborn as a hip-hop dance song featuring groovy rap and energetic baseleaf, and is a powerful voice and host of Aespa members.

In addition, the lyrics interestingly contain the worldview story of the journey to "KWANGYA" to find "Black Mamba" that interfered with the "SYNK" of Aespa and avatar "'" and confused the world.


Earlier, Aespa debuted with "Black Mamba" in November last year, recording the shortest 100 million views in the history of music videos for K-pop group debut songs.


However, Aespa's "Next Level" never topped the music show in preparation for the huge trend and all-kill impact, but showed the potential of staying in 2021 for the longest period (182 days) on the Melon Chart TOP 10.


In addition, he was selected as the No. 1 K-POP in 2021 by Aespa's "Next Level" Spotify and was selected as the second best K-POP song category in 2021 by Billboard.

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