Taetiseo's (SNSD) Teaser Broke 10 Million Views on YouTube with Shortest Time Ever!
By Staff Writer | April 30, 2012 09:56 AM EDT
Girls’ Generation’s first unit Taetiseo is attracting an explosive popularity.
The first mini-album title track ‘Twinkle’ music video teaser released of each Taetiseo member broke through a total of 10 million views in the shortest time within just 4 days of its release.
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The three members’ teaser video ranked the top number one and second spot of ‘Most Viewed’ video through YouTube. Also Taeyeon and Tiffany’s ranked number four and six on ‘Most Viewed’ video this week, April 23-29.
Girls’ Generation unit Taetiseo has landed #4 on the U.S. iTunes album chart this is very first for a Korean singer.
The album also ranked #2 on U.S. iTunes POP album chart followed by famous pop star Adele and has dominated the top rankings on iTunes Top Albums chart in Japan, Canada, Australia, Spain and other countries worldwide.
Following the release the of ‘Twinkle’ it has achieved an all-kill dominating the top spot on melon, Mnet, Olleh Music, Bigs! And other music sites on real time charts.
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