JAKARTADAILY.ID – Blackpink's Lisa became the first female artist to claim the No. 1 spot for The solo track "LALISA." The track jumps 6-1 on the Aug 6-dated ranking on Billboard‘s Hot Trending Songs chart.
Lisa made her solo debut with Lalisa, a single album, in 2021. Lisa's lead single of the same name raked up 73.6 million views on YouTube in the first 24 hours alone.
In doing so, it broke the record of the most-viewed music video in the first 24 hours by a solo artist.
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Lisa is BLACKPINK's youngest member. She is a fantastic dancer, rapper, and overall performer. Apart from being a musician, Lisa is also a top choice for many brand endorsements
Quoted from koreaherald.com, the tally, powered by Twitter, is a weekly recap of the most popular songs across genres and across the world, ranked by online streaming activity data.
Her first solo single, “Lalisa,” climbed five places to the top spot from the previous week.
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It also is the only song to stay on the chart since it was launched 41 weeks ago. Another solo song, “Money,” was No. 3 on the chart.
Lisa debuted her solo debut single, hit Billboard‘s Hot 100 at No. 84, and topped iTunes' top songs chart in 72 regions when it was released in September last year. The accompanying music video surpassed 500 million views on YouTube in June, a record time for a K-pop female solo act.
Global superstars BLACKPINK have revealed their official comeback dates after nearly two years without official music activities.
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BLACKPINK will release their new album in September, also the BLINK fandom had been waiting for a new world tour. (nadira_rahmadini)
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