Lalisa by Lisa Becomes The First K-Pop Soloist Album To Hit One Billion on Spotify

Lisa, one of the most popular K-Pop stars, has made history with her debut solo album Lalisa. The album, which consists of only two songs, has reached over one billion total streams on Spotify, making it the first album by a K-Pop soloist to achieve this feat.

Lisa released Lalisa on September 10, 2021, after much anticipation from her fans. The album showcases her rap and dance skills, as well as her charisma and confidence. The title track “Lalisa” is a hip hop song that celebrates her Thai identity and her stage name, which is also her real name. The song was produced by Teddy, 24, and R. Tee, who have worked with BLACKPINK on many of their hits. The song also incorporates elements of Thai traditional music and instruments.

The second track “Money” is a trap song that expresses Lisa’s attitude towards wealth and success. The song was also produced by Teddy, 24, and R. Tee, and features a catchy chorus. The song has become a viral sensation on social media platforms such as TikTok and Instagram, where many users have created dance challenges and covers using the song.

Both songs have received positive feedback from fans and critics alike, who praised Lisa’s versatility and talent as a solo artist. The songs have also performed well on various music charts around the world, especially in Asia and North America. “Lalisa” debuted at number two on the Billboard Global 200 chart and number 84 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, while “Money” peaked at number 10 on the Billboard Global 200 chart and number 90 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart.

With over one billion streams on Spotify, Lalisa has joined the ranks of BTS and BLACKPINK as the only K-Pop artists to reach this milestone.

Lalisa has proven that Lisa is not only a successful member of BLACKPINK, but also a formidable solo star in her own right.

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