Blackpink’s Lisa becomes the only Kpop artist to achieve the First spot on iTunes for LaLisa

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Blackpink’s Lisa Manobal, one of the most well-known musicians in the world right now, has a history of breaking records. A month prior, Lisa made history by being the first solo female artist to win Best K-Pop at the VMAs 2022. Lisa’s dominance over the music industry is unstoppable, and because of the success of her first single, Lalisa, she has now joined Adele in shattering a record.

Lisa reached the top of the charts in 102 different nations. Together with Adele, it holds the record for the number one female song in iTunes history. At the same time, it broke the record for the number one female K-Pop song. Hello from Adele’s third album, 25, released in 2015, was the first female artist to accomplish the feat.

Immediately after its debut on YouTube, Lalisa became a huge sensation. It amassed a whopping 73.6 million views in its first 24 hours, making it the most watched solo music video on YouTube in 24 hours and the most watched solo K-pop artist video.

Before 2021, LISA was solely known as a member of the renowned k-pop group BLACKPINK, which broke several records. However, in September of last year, LISA developed a fresh and distinctive identity for herself as Lalisa, the soloist. Since its debut, her hit song money, which has around 700 million views on YouTube and more than 500 million on Spotify, has been playing nonstop.

At the MTVs, Lisa also made history by being the first female solo artist to win the Best K-Pop category for Lalisa, beating out well-known Kpop bands like Twice, BTS, Stray Kids, Itzy, and Seventeen.

Even though she was born in Thailand and developed her profession in South Korea, Lisa has control over multiple languages. Her speech at the Awards was in English and left everyone in Awe.

Wow, this is heavy. Hi everyone, first of all, I want to thank MTV for this beautiful honor. I want to thank all my collaborators in my solo project, especially Teddy Oppa. BLINKs, I mean, you’re the most important ones. Thank you so much for making this happen.