In a groundbreaking achievement within the realm of K-pop, Lisa of Blackpink has etched her name in the annals of music history. Her solo sensation, “Money,” has surged beyond an astonishing 1 billion streams on Spotify, as confirmed by the platform on September 20. This significant milestone positions “Money” as the premier song by a female K-pop artist to attain such a remarkable feat.
Originally released as a B-side track on Lisa’s debut solo album, “Lalisa,” “Money” has emerged as the most streamed song by a solo K-pop artist on Spotify. This triumph further cements the singer’s prominence and impact within the industry, underlining her status as a trailblazer of Thai origin.
Moreover, “Lalisa” has etched its own place in the record books as the most-streamed solo K-pop album on the renowned platform. The accompanying performance video for “Money” has notched an impressive 900 million views on YouTube as of September 19, hinting at the potential for more records to be shattered in the days to come.
Lalisa Manoban, known widely as Lisa, boasts unparalleled talent and a captivating stage presence, traits that have garnered her widespread acclaim. Her foray into solo stardom has been met with an outpouring of support from ardent fans and music aficionados across the globe, propelling her firmly into the international limelight.
Experts and critics predict that K-pop, under the guidance of artists like Lisa, will persist in shattering barriers and redefining the music industry, reaffirming its undeniable influence on a global scale.