BLACKPINK’s LISA had a good year in 2021, which will come as no surprise to fellow Hallyu fans. With her solo debut, ‘LALISA,’ the youngest member of the mega-popular South Korean girl group smashed records left, right, and center. She astonished everyone with her skills, making one of the most memorable solo debuts of all time.
LISA now has another feather in her crown after winning the Best Droolworthy Soloist – Female title at The HallyuTalk Awards. This victory is all the more surprising because the top contender for the award was none other than her fellow member ROSÉ. After a tense battle, LISA emerged victorious with an incredible 43 percent of the total votes cast in the category. During the month, the HallyuTalk Awards received a total of 450,000 votes, indicating that the Hallyu wave is still very strong.
The HallyuTalk Awards received overwhelming public support from fans of all artists, including the BLINKs, who showered the event with unending love. They showered votes on LISA’s two-track single album, which went viral and dominated charts and trends throughout the world upon its release. The gifted Thai singer gave it her all while performing challenging songs like ‘LALISA’ and ‘MONEY.’
Lisa Breaks Out Of A Tie On Billboard’s Global Chart With Twice
While Christmas songs are still hot (though they won’t be for much longer), one of K-most pop’s successful and well-liked solo female superstars breaks free from a tie with another act to assert her power and popularity once more.
Lisa’s track “Money” drops from No. 82 to No. 87 on Billboard’s weekly chart of the most-played songs in the world. Despite the fact that it is reversing, the cut achieves a significant and important milestone by holding on once again.
“Money” has been on the Billboard Global 200 for 16 weeks, making it the second-longest hit single by a female K-pop act, solo, or group. It was on par with South Korean girl group Twice’s “I Can’t Stop Me” the previous time around, which had an incredible 15 turns on the tally before disappearing. Lisa has already surpassed the band for the first time, but she and her track still have a long way to go before matching the all-time record.