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Blackpink’s Lisa Becomes First K-Pop Female Artist To Enter In Billboard Pop Chart

Lisa is now the most successful female K-pop musician ever on the Billboard Pop Airplay chart.

Not a while ago, Blackpink member Lisa officially embarked on her solo career, and in the months that have followed, she has continued to make history left and right on charts all around the world, especially in the U.S. The singer and rapper’s second single on her own has proved to be the bigger of the duo she shared with her massive fan base, and now it’s made her a standout name in the K-pop on one very important and competitive ranking in America.

Lisa is now the most successful female K-pop musician ever on the Pop Airplay chart, Billboard’s ranking of the songs that reach the largest audience on pop radio in America. Surprisingly, Lisa has only appeared on the tally twice, but these are still relatively early days for K-pop acts landing big top 40 wins in the U.S.

Blackpink’s Lisa has recently achieved a milestone as her track ‘MONEY’ ranked on the 35th spot of the US Billboard’s Pop Airplay Chart. Lisa also became the first K-pop female star to enter the chart with two singles. Lisa’s song ‘MONEY’ entered the chart on the 40th rank upon its initial release in September 2021. Then as of January 4, the song climbed to 35th place for its third week on the chart.

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Moreover, this is the first time in the US Billboard chart’s history that a K-pop female artist recorded on the chart for three consecutive weeks. And, it is now the highest-charting song by a K-pop female soloist on this chart.

However, Lisa released her solo debut album LALISA on September 10, 2021, ranked 84th on the Billboard Hot 100 during the first week of its release. Apart from that, on the US Billboard Hot 100, LALISA and MONEY ranked 84th and 93rd respectively, and both songs in the solo album were on the main single chart of the mainstream pop market.

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