Group BLACKPINK revealed the dance practice video of ‘How You Like That’ and announced that they will hold a dance cover contest, grabbing the attention of global fans.
On July 6, YG Entertainment uploaded the dance practice video of ‘How You Like That’ on BLACKPINK’s official YouTube channel. The revealed video showed BLACKPINK members dressed in black, while perfectly presenting their dynamic moves in a studio full of pink lights.
The members’ capacities to enlighten the mood of the song by presenting relaxed facial expressions and gestures despite the fierce performance impressed the viewers.
The performance of ‘How You Like That’ was created by world-famous choreographers including Kiel Tutin, Kyle Hanagami, and Sienna Lalau, who previously worked on ‘DDU-DU DDU-DU’ and ‘Kill This Love’. They completed an unrivaled choreography by adding strong and hip elements, more than that of any previous performances BLACKPINK has ever presented.
Starting from the verse with their beautiful dance lines standing out to ‘hip’ moves with power on the powerful beat of the drop, the members revealed their charisma by freely going back and forth. The dance break scene where BLACKPINK and the dancers faced their hands with each other while moving forward in one line connected with the message of the song, leaving a strong impression on the viewers.
In addition, YG also announced the news on BLACKPINK’s ‘How You Like That’ dance cover contest. The contest will be held from the 6th until the 20th, for 15 days, while the 3 final winners will be announced on the 28th.
People who wish to participate should uploaded the dance cover video on YouTube with hashtag s#BLACKPINK #How You Like That #HYLT_Dancecovercontest and fill out an application on Google Form.
BLACKPINK is continuing their record march day by day after making comeback with ‘How You Like That’. The song renewed the previous ‘best K-Pop girl group record’ on major charts of the world, while its MV was listed on 5 categories of the Guinness World Records including the ‘Most Viewed Video on YouTube in 24 Hours’ category with 86.3M views. The MV also reached 100M views in 32 hours since its release and 200M views in 7 days, setting up a new world record. The song also set the best K-Pop girl group record in history by entering UK’s Official Singles chart as no. 20.