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MV of Big Bang’s “Monster” receives over ten million hits on YouTube

The music video of Big Bang’s “Monster” received over ten million hits on YouTube.

As of June 17, the music video of Big Bang’s “Monster” received over ten million hits on YouTube. By 11:00 a.m., it received over 10.16 million hits. It’s the fourth time that Big Bang’s music video received over ten million hits on YouTube.

The music videos of Big Bang’s “Blue,” “Fantastic Baby,” and “Bad Boy” also received over ten million hits. Among five Korean songs that received over ten million hits in this year, four of them are Big Bang’s.

It especially means a lot because the achievement has been made without any promotions on TV. Big Bang are currently focusing on their concert tour in Japan. Including Japan, they will also make a world tour to other countries in Asia and America.

Big Bang recently received wide attention on iTunes all over the world, including several Asian countries, U.K., France, and Brazil. They’ve also made significant achievements at some prestigious awards and on several music charts in the U.S.

Big Bang are currently holding a concert tour in Japan, attracting over 255,000 audiences. They also proved their high popularity in Indonesia by selling all 50,000 tickets for their concert in only thirty seconds.

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