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Girls' Generation(SNSD) 'I Got a Boy' MV Ranks Number 1-2 for Most Viewed Videos on YouTube

By Staff Writer | January 04, 2013 09:25 AM EST

Girls' Generation 'I Got a Boy' MV Ranks Number 1-2 for Most Viewed Videos on YouTube
Girls' Generation 'I Got a Boy' MV Ranks Number 1-2 for Most Viewed Videos on YouTube (Photo : d)

Group Girls' Generation's new music video, "I Got a Boy," ranked number 1 and 2 for most viewed video on YouTube.

Today, it was revealed that their "I Got a Boy" music video ranked number 1 and their "Dancing Queen" dance version ranked number 2.

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They released their music video on January 1, showing that in just 4 days they have reached the top.

They also set the shortest record of hitting over 10 million views in just 55 hours.

This music video reveals a more edgy and rough side to the group that has never been seen before.

 

Tagged :  Girls Generation, SNSD, Dancing Queen, mv

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