BLACKPINK’s Lisa has entered Billboard’s Hot 100 chart

BLACKPINK’s Lisa succeeded in entering the U.S. Billboard main chart with her first solo album “LALISA.”

According to the U.S. Billboard chart on the 21st, Lisa’s solo album title song “Lalisa” ranked second on the U.S. Billboard Global 200’s latest chart announced on the 20th (local time). It first entered 84th place on Billboard’s main single chart, Hot 100, confirming its presence in the mainstream pop market. This is the second-highest ranking among K-pop female solo artists after Rose’s “On the Ground” (70th place).

Forbes, a U.S. economic magazine, shed more light on Lisa’s achievements. Forbes pointed out, “Lisa’s solo title song ‘LALISA’ and the song ‘MONEY’ ranked sixth and eighth on the Billboard digital song sales chart, respectively,” adding, “It is a meaningful step in the U.S. music market.”

BLACKPINK has been listed on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 several times and has consistently earned modifiers for K-pop girl groups “first” and “best.” “DDU-DU DDU-DU” (55th), “Kiss And Make Up” (93rd), “Kill This Love” (41st), “Sour Candy” (33rd), “How You Like That” (33rd), “Ice Cream” (13rd), “Lovesick Girls” (13th).

The initial sales of the “Lalisa” album were also tallied at 736,221 copies (based on Hanteo Chart). It achieved all-time results. Including overseas sales, it is estimated to have easily exceeded 800,000 copies, and attention is also being paid to whether accumulated sales of 1 million copies will be achieved in the future.


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