TWICE Breaks World Record For Girl Group With Most MVs With Over 100 Million Views, Overtaking Little Mix

TWICE has made girl group history on YouTube!

Earlier this week, TWICE’s music video for their Japanese track “Breakthrough” surpassed 100 million views on YouTube, making it their 17th music video to reach the milestone.

With this achievement, TWICE has officially set a new world record and become the girl group with the most music videos to have surpassed 100 million views. The previous record belonged to Little Mix, who has hit the 100 million mark with 16 different music videos to date.

As TWICE is currently gearing up for a comeback on June 11 with their new mini album “Taste of Love,” they may be on track to break their own record sometime in the very near future.

At present, TWICE has surpassed 100 million views with their music videos for “Like OOH-AHH,” “Cheer Up,” “TT,” “Knock Knock,” “Signal,” “Likey,” “Heart Shaker,” “What Is Love?”, “Dance the Night Away,” “YES or YES,” “FANCY,” “Feel Special,” “MORE & MORE,” “I Can’t Stop Me,” “Candy Pop,” “TT (Japanese Version),” and “Breakthrough.”

Congratulations to TWICE on their new record!

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