BLACKPINK’s Lisa Lands Her Second Solo Entry On Billboard’s Hot 100 With “MONEY”
Back in September, Lisa debuted at No. 84 on the Hot 100, Billboard’s weekly ranking of the most popular songs in the United States, with “LALISA,” the lead single from her single album of the same name. She was the second member of BLACKPINK to score a solo entry on the Hot 100, after Rosé’s “On the Ground” earlier in the year.
On November 1, Billboard announced that “MONEY,” the B-side track on “LALISA,” had debuted at No. 90 on the Hot 100 for the week dated November 6. This makes Lisa the second female K-pop soloist to have more than one entry on the Hot 100, after CL did so with “Lifted” and “DADDY” (in collaboration with PSY).
“Money” has seen a resurgence on the music charts a month after its release, rising on the United Kingdom’s Official Singles Chart and becoming the fastest song by any K-pop solo artist to hit 100 million streams on Spotify.
Congratulations to Lisa! Check out the performance video for “Money” here!
LISA's "Money" debuts at No. 90 on this week's #Hot100.
It's her second career solo entry on the chart, after "Lalisa" in September.
— billboard charts (@billboardcharts) November 1, 2021