BIGBANGs “Bae-Bae” MV Hits 100 Million YouTube Views
BIGBANG has achieved another milestone. Your boy's "Bae-Bae" music video, from 2015, has been viewed more than 100 million times on YouTube. Soon after hitting 100 million views on YouTube, proud YG Entertainment boss Yang Hyun-suk has posted this news on his Instagram, with a special poster congratulating the BIGBANG band.
"Bae-Bae" is a track off BIGBANG's first single in their acclaimed "MADE" series. The famous single was released in May of 2015. As of writing this, the famously mesmerizing and trippy MV for "Bae-Bae" has been viewed 100 million times on YouTube.
With this latest achievement of 100 Million YouTube views, BIGBANG has broken their own record, being the K-pop act with the most music videos, which have over 100 million views. They've got a total of 11 songs with that many hits, including "Fantastic Baby," "Bang Bang Bang," "Loser," and "Bad Boy, as reported by SBS.
The "Bae-Bae" MV is now the BIGBANG members' 11th music video to reach 100 million views, including sub-unit and solo releases, with eight of them by the whole BIGBANG group. Their other MVs with over 100 million views are "FXXK IT," "Blue," "Let's Not Fall in Love," "Fantastic Baby," "BANG BANG BANG," "Loser," "Bad Boy," G-Dragon and Taeyang's "Good Boy," G-Dragon's "Crooked," and Taeyang's "Eyes, Nose, Lips, as reported by Soompi.
BIGBANG is a South Korean boy band formed by YG Entertainment. With members G-Dragon, T.O.P, Taeyang, Daesung, and Seungri, they are often cited as one of the most influential acts to shape the K-pop industry, helping spread the Korean Wave internationally and dubbed the "Kings of K-pop" by the media. BIGBANG's experimental blend of hip-hop, EDM, and rock elements in their music, personal involvement in producing their own records, and stage performances have been admired by music critics and served as an influence to several K-pop and international artists. You can experience "Bae-Bae" again below!