TWICE’s “Breakthrough,” “Happy Happy” Make Global YouTube Videos Chart Despite Late Week Arrival

The videos needed only three days to make this week’s chart.

TWICE - Breakthrough | Warner Music Japan

They may not have launched until the fifth day of the June 7-13 tracking period, but the music videos for TWICE’s Japanese singles “Breakthrough” and “Happy Happy” both generated ample interest on YouTube.

They generated enough interest, in fact, to make the 100-track Global YouTube Music Videos Chart.

Credited with 8.23 million tracking week views, “Breakthrough” starts at #65 on this week’s chart. “Happy Happy” earns #97 with 6.38 million views.

In addition to the new videos, TWICE is charting at #89 with previously released Korean hit “Fancy” (6.73 million new views this week).

— Thanks to the popularity of its full suite of uploads, the group is #76 on this week’s Global YouTube Artists Chart. TWICE received 39.4 million total YouTube streams during the tracking week.

Written by Brian Cantor

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