Lisa’s hit song Money has made yet another record as it became the longest-running K-pop Female act and K-Pop soloist song in Spotify India Top 50. It is the only K-pop song in the Top 50 for the past 23 days.
The list includes other Hindi Indian songs where Lisa’s Money is ranked at 31. This is yet another record set for BLACKPINK’s Lisa and Blinks in India who have supported the idol immensely. Congratulations Lisa!!!
LISA of BLACKPINK had a successful year in 2021, which will come as no surprise to Hallyu fans. The youngest member of the mega-popular South Korean girl trio blasted records left, right, and centre with her solo debut, ‘LALISA.’ Her abilities astounded everyone, and she made one of the most spectacular solo debuts of all time.
LISA had recently added another feather to her cap after winning the HallyuTalk Awards’ Best Drool-worthy Soloist – Female category. The fact that her fellow member ROSÉ was the top contender for the prize adds to the surprise of her victory. LISA won with an astonishing 43% of the total votes cast in the category after a close contest. The HallyuTalk Awards earned 450,000 votes over the month, demonstrating that the Hallyu wave is still very strong.
Fans of all artists, including the BLINKs, showered the HallyuTalk Awards with unending love. They voted for LISA’s two-track single album, which went viral and topped charts and trends all around the world when it was released. While playing difficult songs like ‘LALISA’ and ‘MONEY,’ the talented Thai singer gave it her all.
While Christmas songs are still popular (albeit not for long), one of K-most pop’s successful and well-liked solo female superstars breaks loose from a collaboration with another act to reassert her power and popularity.
“Money” Spent 16 weeks On Billboard Global 200
On Billboard’s weekly chart of the most-played songs in the world, Lisa’s song “Money” falls from No. 82 to No. 87. Despite the fact that it is reversing, the cut reaches a crucial milestone by holding on once again.
“Money” spent 16 weeks on the Billboard Global 200; making it the second-longest charting single by a female K-pop act, solo or group. It was on par with the previous time; when South Korean girl group Twice’s “I Can’t Stop Me” had an astonishing 15 rounds on the tally before fading. Lisa had already overtaken the band for the first time; but she and her single still have a long way to go to equal the all-time record.
Blinks have proved to be very supportive of their idol and have not led down the members of BLACKPINK.