|Birth Name||Pranpriya Manoban|
|Full Name||Lalisa Manoban / Mononym Lisa|
|Profession||Rapper, Singer, Dancer|
|BLACKPINK Lisa Birthday||27 March 1997|
|Lisa BLACKPINK Age||26 years|
|Lisa BLACKPINK Height (Approx.)||1.67 m / 5 feet 5.75 inches|
|Weight (Approx.)||98.5 lbs./ 44.7 kg|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Birthplace||Buri Ram, Thailand|
|Lisa BLACKPINK Parents||Chitthip Brüschweiler & Marco Brüschweiler|
|Lisa BLACKPINK Net Worth||US$10 million|
|First Album||Square One|
|Debut TV||Lisa TV in 2017|
Lisa has produced chart-topping hits like ‘Boombayah’, ‘Whistle’, and ‘Ddu-Du Ddu-Du’. Her exceptional talent has earned her several prestigious awards such as ‘New Artist of the Year’, ‘Bonsang Award’ at the ‘Seoul Music Awards’, ‘Best of Next Artist Award’ at the ‘Mnet Asian Music Awards’, and ‘World Rookie Award’ at the ‘Goan Chart Music Awards’. Even though she has achieved great success, Lisa often shares her longing for her parents and traditional Thai dishes.
Childhood & Early Life
Born on March 27, 1997, in Bangkok, Thailand, Lisa Manoban, also known as Pranpriya Manoban, later changed her name to Lalisa, following the advice of a spiritualist who believed it would bring her success. Prior to adopting her stage name, ‘Lisa,’ she was also known by various other nicknames such as Liz, Pokpak, and Thailand Princess. Lisa has an older sister who resides in Thailand.
Lisa BLACKPINK developed a passion for music and dance at a young age and attended Praphamontree II School in Thailand. She joined a dance company with her childhood friend, BamBam, who went on to become a member of the South Korean boy band, ‘Got7.’ Lisa trained with the company for five years until 2016 and during this time, she had the opportunity to perform with other emerging artists such as MV Taeyang of ‘Big Bang,’ Bobby, and Mino of ‘YG Entertainment.’
Lisa BLACKPINK is a devotee of Buddhism. She speaks fluent Thai, Korean, Japanese, and English, and is partial to western food and culture. During an interview, BLACKPINK Lisa told her fans that she is prohibited from dating, smoking, and drinking alcohol. Therefore, she is single and has no boyfriend as of now.
Despite her busy schedule, Lisa has remained actively involved in charity work and has donated to various causes, including COVID-19 relief efforts and the Black Lives Matter movement.
Before Making Debut with BLACKPINK
Lisa began dancing at a young age and later auditioned for YG Entertainment in Thailand, where she was selected as a trainee. She trained under the company for several years before making her debut with BLACKPINK in 2016.
Magazine Features of Lisa
Lisa is also known for her fashion sense and has been featured in several fashion magazines, including Vogue Korea, Elle Korea, and Harper’s Bazaar Thailand. She has worked with various high-profile fashion brands and has been a front-row guest at fashion shows.
Solo Debut Album by Lisa
In addition to her work with BLACKPINK, Lisa has also pursued a solo career, releasing her solo debut album, “LALISA,” in 2021. The album was a commercial success and topped music charts in South Korea and abroad.
Lisa made her debut with the South Korean girl group, ‘BLɅϽKPIИK’ under the mark of ‘YG Entertainment’ in August 2016, when they delivered their first collection named ‘The Square One.’ The album included music like ‘Whistle’ and ‘Boombayah,’ which peaked at number one on the ‘Billboard World Digital Songs’ chart.
The band’s single, ‘Dhu-du Dhu-du,’ was released initially in Korean and later in Japanese and English languages to reach out to a bigger fan base. The song broke all K-pop records with more than 36 million views on YouTube within 24 hours of its release and was nominated for the ‘Video of the Year’ at the ‘Break Tudo Awards.’ Manoban showed up on the front of the Japanese magazine, ‘Nylon,’ in June 2018, and was shot for a video to promote the magazine.
Awards & Achievements
BLACKPINK has won various awards, including ‘Best Three New Artist’ (Asia) at the 2018 Japan Gold Disc Awards, ‘New Artist of the Year’ and ‘Bonsang Award’ at the ‘Seoul Music Awards’ in 2017 and 2018 separately, ‘Best of Next Artist’ award at the 2016 ‘Mnet Asian Music Awards,’ ‘Best New Artist’ at the 2016 ‘Melon Music Awards,’ ‘New Artist of the Year’ at the 2017 ‘Golden Disk Awards’ and ‘World Rookie Award’ at the 2017 ‘Gaon Chart Music Awards.’ The ‘Whistle’ song won the song of the Year – August, at the 2017 ‘Gaon Chart Music Awards’ and ‘Best Music Video’ at the 2016 ‘Mnet Asian Music Awards.
As a member of BLACKPINK, Lisa has gained recognition for her powerful rap skills and impressive dance performances. The group has become one of the most successful K-pop acts of all time, with hit songs such as “DDU-DU DDU-DU,” “Kill This Love,” and “How You Like That.”
Lisa from BLACKPINK has achieved tremendous success as a K-pop sensation, but there are many untold stories and surprising facts that have been hidden from the public eye. With this comprehensive exploration of her life and career, we have uncovered some fascinating insights into her upbringing, training, and personal life.
From her childhood passion for dance to her struggles with homesickness, Lisa’s journey to stardom has been filled with challenges and triumphs. We hope that this glimpse into her life has provided a deeper appreciation for her talent and the dedication it takes to succeed in the fiercely competitive world of K-pop.