In time for the release of “How You Like That,” South Korean all-girl pop group BLACKPINK launched their offical Twitter account. As a tribute, the said social media platform is celebrating the much-awaited comeback by launching special custom emojis drawn by the group members themselves!
As part of the release, Twitter unveiled the special emojis to “help fans around the world cheer them on,” the social media platform said in a statement on Saturday.
— BLACKPINKOFFICIAL (@BLACKPINK) June 26, 2020
Blackpink members Jisoo, Jennie, Lisa, and Rosé drew their own emojis, which could be activated by hashtagging their names in both English and Korean spellings.
Meanwhile, their latest single already broke world records as biggest premiere on the platform ever. Last year, the girl group became the first K-Pop act to hit a billion views on YouTube last year.
According to Soompi, “How You Like That” broke the biggest 24-hour debut in YouTube history, a record that BTS’ “Boy with Luv” currently holds with 74.6 million views. (YouTube has not released the official 24-hour view count for “How You Like That” yet, though the live view counter registered over 82 million views at 24 hours.)
“How You Like That” has also reached 100 million views in record time, hitting the milestone in a little over 32 hours and beating “Boy with Luv.”