In a monumental achievement for both PSY and BTS’s Suga, their sensational collaboration, ‘That That’, has officially crossed the 500 million views milestone on YouTube. The music video for the 2022 title track, produced by Suga and featuring him as an artist, reached this remarkable feat on January 6 at approximately 7:45 a.m. KST.

Originally released on April 29, 2022, at 6 p.m. KST, ‘That That’ took just over 616 days and 13 hours to amass an impressive half-billion views. This accomplishment solidifies ‘That That’ as PSY’s fifth music video to surpass the 500 million mark, joining the esteemed ranks of his iconic hits such as ‘Gangnam Style’, ‘Gentleman’, ‘Oppa is Just My Style’, and ‘Daddy’.
Remarkably, ‘That That’ also marks a significant milestone for Suga, as it becomes his inaugural solo music video to achieve the 500 million views distinction. The collaborative effort showcases the global appeal and influence of both artists.

Adding another layer to the triumph, ‘That That’ becomes only the seventh music video by a K-pop soloist to surpass the 500 million views threshold. In this exclusive group, PSY and Suga join the ranks of BLACKPINK’s Jennie and Lisa, who previously achieved this feat with their solo debut tracks ‘SOLO’ and ‘LALISA’.

The achievement stands as a testament to the enduring popularity and impact of PSY and Suga in the global music landscape. Congratulations pour in for both artists as they celebrate this extraordinary milestone in their musical journey.

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