BLACKPINK Lisa’s b-side single ‘MONEY,’ off her debut solo album ‘LALISA,’ hit a notable number of sales in the United States on January 9, selling more than 500,000 units. It is the only song by a female K-pop artist to achieve these numbers in 2021.
BLACKPINK member Lisa is now eligible to acquire a gold certification from the Recording Industry Association of America, thanks to her most recent achievement (RIAA). She is also the second female solo artist from Korea to reach this milestone. BLACKPINK Jennie’s solo debut song, “SOLO,” became the first female K-pop soloist to sell over 500,000 records in the United States. Despite the fact that it is a sidetrack, BLACKPINK Since its debut in September, Lisa’s ‘MONEY’ has received a lot of love from fans all around the world, even more than the title track ‘LALISA.’
In fact, when it comes to reaching particular numbers of streams in the quickest period of time, ‘MONEY’ has been setting new records on Spotify. It’s also the song with the fastest 100 million, 200 million, and 300 million streams! ‘MONEY’ also made BLACKPINK Lisa the first female K-pop soloist to join Billboard’s Pop Airplay Chart, while the first two songs stayed on the UK’s Official Singles Chart for two weeks, three weeks, four weeks, and five weeks, respectively.
Lisa’s ‘LALISA’ Is The Fastest Female K-Pop
The music video for BLACKPINK’s Lisa, ‘LALISA,’ has hit a new milestone! Lisa’s music video for “LALISA” hit 400 million views on YouTube on January 9 at 3:48 p.m. KST. The music video premiered on September 10 at 1 p.m. KST (2:30 p.m. IST), taking three months and 30 days to complete.
Lisa’s music video ‘LALISA’ is now the fastest music video by a female K-pop solo artist to reach 400 million views, beating Jennie’s ‘SOLO’ music video by about a year. BLACKPINK’s Lisa’s debut solo album, ‘LALISA,’ has been updated on Spotify.
With over 464 million streams, ‘LALISA’ has now become the most-streamed album by a K-Pop solo act ever on Spotify, breaking the record previously held by BTS’ Suga’s ‘D-2’.
Lisa’s first single album, with only two tracks, becomes the fastest to break the record, doing so in just 116 days. Previously, on December 22, Lisa officially surpassed 500 million Spotify streams with her three most recent releases since her solo debut in September, making her the fastest K-Pop soloist to achieve it in only 103 days!