BLACKPINK’s Lisa Becomes 1st Female K-Pop Soloist To Chart A Song For 2 Weeks On Billboard’s Hot 100
On November 9 local time, Billboard officially revealed that Lisa’s solo B-side “MONEY” had charted for a second week on the Hot 100 (its weekly ranking of the most popular songs in the United States) after entering the chart at No. 90 last week.
For the week ending on November 13, “MONEY” came in at No. 93, making it the first song by a female K-pop solo artist ever to spend two weeks on the Hot 100.
Lisa also continued to chart multiple songs on both Billboard’s Global 200 and the Global Excl. U.S. chart this week. On the Global 200, “MONEY” held onto its spot at No. 12, while her title track “LALISA” stayed strong at No. 89 and “SG,” her collaboration with DJ Snake, Ozuna, and Megan Thee Stallion, charted at No. 74. Meanwhile, on the Global Excl. U.S. chart, “MONEY” came in at No. 10, “SG” at No. 48, and “LALISA” at No. 49.
On top of making history on the Billboard charts, “MONEY” recently became the longest-charting song by a female K-pop soloist on the United Kingdom’s Official Singles Chart, where it is currently spending a record fifth week in the top 100.
Congratulations to Lisa!