Selena Gomez and BLACKPINK Drop 'Ice Cream' Music Video

"I'm so stoked. I've been a fan of you guys, so this is a big, big dream for me and I can't wait."

Credit: Selena Gomez/Instagram

On August 28, Selena Gomez and BLACKPINK dropped the music video for their latest Collab "Ice Cream" on YouTube.

As of this writing, the video already amassed nearly 47 million views. It's also the number one trending on the popular online video-sharing platform.

In the video, Gomez was dressed in a nautical-inspired bikini and sailor hat. While driving an ice cream truck, the pop star served up confections to the ladies of BLACKPINK - Jisoo, Rosé, Jennie, and Lisa.

Related: Blackpink Breaks Multiple Guinness World Records with new Music Video

Meanwhile, the K-pop superstars all rocked vibrant and retro ensembles of their own. In a clip uploaded to Instagram before the song's release, Gomez and BLACKPINK can be seen conversing virtually.

"We're really glad that you're on it because we've been a big fan of yours for a long time," Rosé told Gomez.

The former "Disney" star replied, "I'm so stoked. I've been a fan of you guys, so this is a big, big dream for me and I can't wait."

On August 11, both Gomez and BLACKPINK confirmed the collaboration. "Ice Cream" comes from the group's self-titled debut studio album, "Blackpink: The Album," scheduled to be released on October 2.

Last month, BLACKPINK have broken several Guinness World Records titles with the music video of their comeback single "How You Like That."

According to the Guinness World Records website, the band's new video has set new records for Most viewed YouTube video in 24 hours, Most viewed music video on YouTube in 24 hours, and Most viewed YouTube music video in 24 hours by a K-pop group.

These three records were previously held by K-pop boy band BTS for their music video called "Boy With Luv" with Halsey. The video dropped in April 2019. Within the first day of release, the "How You Like That" music video amassed 86.3 million views.

The Guinness World Records included that YouTube has affirmed that the live premiere of the song reached 1.66 million peak concurrent viewers, subsequently setting two new record titles.

These are; Most viewers for the premiere of a video on YouTube and Most viewers for the premiere of a music video on YouTube.

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