EXO’s ‘Call Me Baby’ Music Video Surpasses 10 Million YouTube Views Within A Week


EXO's 'Call Me Baby' Music Video Surpasses 10 Million YouTube Views Within A Week
EXO's 'Call Me Baby' Music Video Surpasses 10 Million YouTube Views Within A Week

A week after its release, EXO’s “Call Me Baby” music video achieved the 10 million view mark! “Call Me Baby” is receiving hundreds of thousands of views each day since the release and is well on its way passing the 12 million mark with flying colors.

The boys have already received positive from reviews from not only domestic Korean critics but worldwide music organizations as well including Billboard and Fuse.

EXO has been hard at work promoting their newest hit track “Call Me Baby.” The song has charted #1 on South Korea’s most highly coveted music charts and only continues to grow in popularity.

Not long after its release “Call Me Baby” achieved an all-kill dominating charts such as Genie, Daum, melon and more.

Since its March 30 release, the “Call Me Baby” music video has also gained more than 350,000 ‘likes’ from YouTube users with just over 11,000 ‘dislikes.’ In the comments section for the music video, fans of the group appear to be rallying together to help EXO reach 25 million views by the end of the month.

Several users, such as Riel Tutor, have been encouraging other fans of the group to keep hitting the play button.

“25 views in a month,” he posted in the comments section as a goal for the fans.

“Fighting, EXO-Ls! Come on, we can do this!” In addition to their online presence, the group is participating in other promotional activities for “Call Me Baby.” EXO had their first comeback stage on April 2 through M! Countdown and took home their first win last week with SBS Inkigayo.

As if their astounding worldwide popularity from “Growl” and “Overdose” wasn’t enough to prove their talent, the boys recently secured another record via Billboard charts for the EXODUS  album.

EXO sold over 6000 copies of ‘EXODUS’ to the United States placing them at #90 on the Billboard 200 chart.

This makes  EXO the highest charted Korean male group  and its not stopping there.

Previously the EXODUS  album was going head-to-head with Taylor Swift’s album  ‘1989’ iTunes Top Albums chart.

‘1989’ was in at fourth place while ‘EXODUS’ came in at a close fifth place respectively.

The members are busily promoting group activities as well as solo activities lately.

Chinese member Lay is currently in China filming for a new movie he is set to appear in, while fellow member Tao is taking a much-needed rest due to his recent leg injury.

Aside from music promotions, EXO’s newest web series “EXO Next Door” premiered at 10:00PM KST on April 9.

Be sure to check out the first episode!

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