LISA of BLACKPINK continues to create record-breaking history as her solo album ‘LALISA’ becomes the first ever album by a solo K-pop artist to achieve more than 1 billion streams on Spotify.
With only two songs, LISA accomplished this incredible achievement in just 595 days, becoming the sole K-pop female artist and BLACKPINK to have an album with over 1 billion streams on Spotify. Furthermore, she holds the record for the fastest K-pop act across all credits to reach 1 billion streams on Spotify, indicating her immense appeal to music enthusiasts globally.
LISA has set a new benchmark of 7 Guinness World Records, including an incredible achievement of 73.6 million views in 24 hours for her solo debut “LALISA,” breaking the record for the most YouTube music video views by a solo artist.
Moreover, she is the first solo K-pop winner at the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards and the 2022 MTV Europe Music Awards for the Best K-pop video category.
Furthermore, “MONEY” and “LALISA,” the tracks featured in her solo album, are the most-streamed songs by a K-Pop soloist on the YouTube USA Top Songs chart. Additionally, alongside JISOO’s “FLOWER” and ROSÉ’s “ON THE GROUND,” they are the most-streamed debut songs by K-Pop solo artists on the YouTube USA Top Songs chart.
Who is Lisa?
Lalisa Manobal, known by her stage name Lisa, entered the music industry in 2016 with her band BLACKPINK after four years of training with her bandmates Jennie, Rose, and Jisoo. In addition to her singing career, the 26-year-old artist has endorsement deals with several international brands, including CELINE.
With a staggering following of more than 97 million on Instagram, Lisa is one of the most renowned K-Pop artists on the platform.
The all-female South Korean group BLACKPINK continues to achieve significant accomplishments. Following their record-breaking success, the band recently delivered a stunning performance at the Coachella music festival in California. Additionally, the band members have been pursuing their solo careers.