Can any BLINK resist BLACKPINK Jennie‘s incredible fancams? Judging by their views on YouTube, definitely not. Here are 10 of Jennie’s most-watched fancams of all time—along with what made them so rewatchable.
The list starts off with Jennie’s solo debut, aptly named SOLO.” This “SOLO” fancam from the 2019 Golden Disc Awards currently has over 7.35 million views and 175,000 likes on YouTube. BLINKs adore Jennie’s performances for so many reasons, but when it comes to this one in particular, fans were captivated by her powerful aura.
9. “16 Shots”
At no.9 is a Jennie fancam from BLACKPINK’s cover of Stefflon Don’s “16 Shots from their In Your Area tour in 2019. With 7.46 million views and 228,000 likes, this video is filled with comments praising Jennie’s unwavering charisma and sexy dance moves.
8. “As If It’s Your Last”
Next up, BLACKPINK’s summer hit “As If It’s Your Last” makes its appearance. With over 7.89 million views and 102,000 likes on YouTube, this Hanyang University Festival fancam is Jennie’s eighth most-viewed of all time. is her 8th most viewed fancam to date. BLINKs have always loved Jennie’s duality, and the way she switches between cute and charismatic here has everyone hooked to the screen.
Jennie’s performance of BLACKPINK’s powerful debut song, “BOOMBAYAH,” comes in at no.7 with over 8.26 million views and 122,000 likes on YouTube. Recorded during BLACKPINK’s Sungkyul University Festival performance, the clip showcases Jennie’s dancing, rapping, and singing skills, proving she’s truly an ace.
6. “DDU-DU DDU-DU”
At no.6 is this “DDU-DU DDU-DU” Jennie fancam, which has accumulated over 8.28 million views and 291,000 likes since 2018. BLINKs haven’t been able to stop rewatching Jennie’s intense performance skills in this video ever since, her dancing and rapping talents showing why BLACKPINK is a force to be reckoned with.
The first top-five entry is yet another fancam of Jennie performing “BOOMBAYAH.” This fancam taken was recorded during BLACKPINK’s appearance at the Seoul National University of Science and Technology Festival and it currently has over 8.51 million views and almost 150,000 likes. Popular among domestic and international fans alike, this fancam is made even better by Jennie’s cure reaction when she realized she was rapping the lyrics for the song’s Japanese version instead of in Korean.
4. “Don’t Know What To Do”
Next up is a B-side performance. Jennie’s 2019 “Don’t Know What To Do” fancam has garnered over 10.1 million views and almost 400,000 likes. Fans say that this fancam is one of the best videos showcasing Jennie’s ability to sing powerfully without faltering on her dancing.
3. “Best Part”
Rounding out the top three is Jennie’s special cover of Daniel Ceaser’s “Best Part,” which has over 10.23 million views and over 370,000 likes. Far different from Jennie’s performances of BLACKPINK songs, “Best Part” introduced a new side that fans can’t get enough of.
2. “Kill This Love” + “Don’t Know What To Do”
At no.2 with 11.89 million views and 264,000 likes is a fancam of two Jennie performances: “Kill This Love” and “Don’t Know What To Do.” Fans have long remarked that this fancam is one of the best examples of Jennie being a true ace, and her aura during both songs is the cherry on the cake.
And in first place could be no other song than “SOLO.” This “SOLO” fancam has over 14.3 million views and 375,000 likes on YouTube, and it’s easy to see why. This is truly one of Jennie’s most captivating stages, solidly proving that the BLACKPINK members can stand just as well on their own as they do together.