LISA of BLACKPINK Becomes The First Female K-Pop Soloist To Have Three Songs Surpass 200M On Spotify

Lisa is the most successful female solo artist in K-Pop, and she has a new record to prove that every other day. In her most recent achievement, the 25-year-old Thai K-Pop star has become the first K-Pop soloist to reach 200M streams on Spotify with all three of her songs that are available on the music streaming platform.

Lisa made her solo debut in September, with two songs – Lalisa & Money. Both her solo songs were instant hits and surpassed 200M streams within weeks of release.

After that Lisa was part of a collab single with DJ Snake, Ozuna, and Megan Thee Stallion. The song, titled SG, has now accumulated 200M streams on Spotify.

Lisa previously broke the record for the fastest K-Pop artist to reach one billion Spotify streams. Additionally, her single “Money” and album “Lalisa” are presently the most-played K-Pop soloist song and album on the music streaming service, respectively. Additionally, Lisa was last year’s most-streamed female K-Pop solo artist on Spotify, without releasing any new music. Lisa was also the “Most Streamed K-Pop Female Soloist On YouTube” In 2022. The famous K-Pop rapper and dancer earned a total of 1.07 BILLION views on YouTube in 2022.

Recently, Lisa’sb-side track “MONEY” from her single album Lalisa surpassed 600 million streams on Spotify. With this, it became the FIRST K-Pop debut song, the FIRST K-Pop B-side, the FIRST K-Pop Solo Song, and the FASTEST Female K-Pop song to reach this milestone.

Her first single Lalisa M/V earned more than 70 million views in its first 24 hours on YouTube, breaking the previous record for the most views for a solo artist music video on its first day. In addition, Lisa has 85 million Instagram followers, making her the most popular K-Pop star on the platform.

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