Kpop group BLACKPINK member Lisa took first and second place in the shortest time to break 100 million streams among Kpop solo artists on Spotify, the world’s largest music platform.
According to YG Entertainment, on October 26, Lisa’s first solo album title song, ‘LALISA,’ recorded more than 100 million streams on Spotify this morning, setting a meaningful record.
About 46 days after its release on September 10, this is the second-fastest record among Kpop solo artists that achieved 100 million streams on Spotify. The shortest record for a Kpop solo artist to reach 100 million streams on Spotify was Lisa’s ‘MONEY.’
With this, Lisa proved her global influence by raising both the 1st and 2nd places in this category under her own name.
Kpop group BLACKPINK member Lisa’s solo album title song ‘LALISA’ topped the iTunes Top Song Charts in 72 countries immediately after its release. Then, it topped the global YouTube Top 100 for two weeks in a row.
Following that, it peaked at #2 on the US Billboard Global 200 chart, #84 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and #64 on the UK Official Chart Singles Top 100.
The music video for ‘LALISA’ received 73.6 million views within 24 hours of its release, giving it the title of ‘Best Solo Artist in the World.’
Also, it achieved 100 million views in two days, setting the shortest record for a Kpop solo artist. It broke the 200 million views in about 13 days, breaking the new record for the fastest time for a Kpop female solo artist.
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