Diablo 4 soundtrack, Lilith is dominating the Charts worldwide

Blizzard created a song entitled "Lilith" with Halsey and SUGA of BTS to celebrate the release of Diablo 4 is already dominating the Charts worldwide.

Diablo 4 was officially launched on June 6 for the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S after being available in early access since June 2. One of the most anticipated games of the year, Blizzard chose to commemorate the event with a song written in association with singer Halsey and BTS member SUGA. Although the song, Lilith, was only made accessible yesterday, it appears that it is already at the top of the global charts.

Today, a BTS fan posted a picture indicating that the song's title would be the most watched music video on YouTube globally. Thus, Lilith would be the number one song in Mexico, number two in Brazil, and number three in the US. A fairly outstanding ranking for a work intended to promote the launch of a video game that is just 24 hours old.

The track has a soft tune and background music, with Suga and Halsey's singing being the standout element. They have a low, deep voice that gives the song a relaxing exotic quality. 

The music video was directed by Henry Hobson and shot in a few locations that look like a church in Cambrai, France

Without a doubt, K-pop and SUGA fans have made significant contributions to its achievement. Blizzard appears committed to valuing and promoting their brand-new AAA title. We are excited to see what the production company has planned for the sequel after a music video and a partnership with KFC.