The track is their first solo single since the girl group released Kill This Love in April of 2019.
In addition to its release, the ladies broke a major record with the premiere of "How You Like That", shattering YouTube in its wake with the biggest music video premiere of all-time.
The video sees Lisa, Jennie, Rosé and Jisoo in a variety of dramatically-lit settings, from a lush rainforest and an ice palace to a room filled with scorched umbrellas, and a grand domed hall, where the quartet are surrounded by dancers and statues of horses. When the song dropped last night, 1.65 million fans tuned in for Blackpink video's debut, dethroning previous record-holders, BTS, who set the bar with the 1.54 million views they garnered upon debuting the visual for their song "On" in February.
The track, which marks their return soon after a 12 months-prolonged split, is the guide solitary from the band's initially studio LP, which is thanks out in September.
BLACKPINK stopped by the latest remote edition of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where they sang their new single "How You Like That".
Blackpink were formed in 2016 in Seoul, and rapidly became one of Korea's most popular pop bands.
How You Like That premiered on their VLive and YouTube channels at 10:00 BST on Friday.
Additionally, the hashtag #HowYouLikeThat is also now trending on Twitter, garnering various reactions from fans, who call themselves Blinks, around the world.
More recently, the group has broken another record through the song Sour Candy, which is a collaboration with American pop star Lady Gaga.