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Lil Mosey Shares “Burberry Headband” Music Video

Lil Mosey’s Royce David-produced track “Burberry Headband” has acquired the video treatment.
Watch the visuals, which have been directed by way of Yungtada, up pinnacle through YouTube.
“Burberry Headband” is featured on Mosey’s debut studio album, Northwest. The task, which boasts single characteristic from BlocBoy JB, dropped back on October 19, 2018.
Mosey is presently on the street for his The Northwest World Tour and maybe hitting up New York, Cleveland, Dallas, Atlanta, Seattle, Miami, Las Vegas, and other places. Check out dates below.

Blackpink’s ‘Kill This Love’ is breaking YouTube records

In its first 24 hours, the tuned video for “Kill This Love” — the contemporary unmarried by K-pop quartet Blackpink — reached 56.7 million YouTube perspectives. It then went on to earn 100 million perspectives in much less than three days. That’s the quickest any tune video has reached both milestones, and it makes “Kill This Love” the most important tune video debut in YouTube records — unseating Ariana Grande’s “Thank You, Next,” which had 55.4 million views in its first 24 hours.

This is not Blackpink’s first number one spot. Earlier this 12 months, the organization’s “Ddu-du Ddu-du” tune video became the most viewed song video from a K-pop group ever — it has more than seven hundred million perspectives. (South Korea’s Psy still has nicely over 3 billion perspectives for “Gangnam Style,” though.) This month, they will be the primary Korean female group to play Coachella, and later on, they’ll start a North American tour.
The track video’s overnight fulfillment fits well into YouTube’s goal of becoming a cornerstone of the music enterprise. Already, of the top 30 most-regarded YouTube motion pictures, best is not song films. But only a couple years in the past, Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” simplest wished 31 million views to break the identical records. Blackpink’s recognition and tune video enchantment can also be one motive YouTube competitor TikTok are seeking out its personal K-pop talent.