More than 200 million people have seen Twice’s music video for the track “The Feels” in English.
Since its release at 1 p.m. on October 1, TWICE’s debut English single, “The Feels,” has had over 200 million YouTube views. A total of 15 active tracks from his debut ‘Like OOH-AHH’ to his latest ‘Alcohol-Free’ have already had more than 200 million views. Once again in 2022, Twice, who had a record-breaking year on YouTube in 2021 with a total of 12 music video views, will be setting records.
The disco beat and catchy tune of ‘The Feels’ make it a crowd pleaser. In just 12 hours after its release, the music video had already amassed 10 million views, and within a month, it had amassed 100 million views, making it one of the most popular music videos of all time.
Six years after their debut, Twice’s first English single “The Feels” debuted at No. 1 on the US Billboard Hot 100. They made their Billboard ‘Hot 100’ debut on October 16 of last year, debuting at #83 and shining as the first K-pop girl group to have their name on the list by 2021. In addition, it reached #40 for two weeks in a row on the ‘Pop Airplay’ chart, which rates songs by how widely they are heard on pop radio stations in the United States, on January 8, 2022, and on January 29, 2022, respectively. On the Billboard Global 200 and Billboard Global (Excluding the United States) charts, it placed 122nd and 77th, respectively, increasing its position from the previous week.
On the 25th (local time), Forbes of the United States issued a statement in reaction “Billboard’s Global Chart saw TWICE make yet another powerful impact. Sixteen weeks in a row, ‘The Feels’ appeared on the Billboard Global 200. ‘I Can’t Stop Me’, the title tune of the band’s second full-length album, was the first song to break the record “He said that to get people’s attention.
They begin the new year by meeting and responding to their worldwide followers’ fervent devotion. First staged in Seoul on December 25 and 26, the fourth global tour “TWICE 4th World Tour “III”” kicked off in Songpa-gu on December 25 and 26, and will continue on February 15 in five cities throughout the United States, including Los Angeles, Oakland, Fort Worth, Atlanta and New York. At the Tokyo Dome, which is referred to as the “holy venue of Japanese performance,” Global ONCE will do two performances on the night of April 23 and 24.