Lisa may have started as a member of one of the most successful groups out of South Korea, Blackpink, but her power isn’t limited to the songs and albums she releases in that act. Hmm. Lisa is the first solo artist to appear in Hot 100, winning one of the best performing songs of any of the best female K-pop musicians in the United States, and another superstar who made history a few years ago. I defeated it slightly. I won 2 times in total.
This week, Lisa’s debut single “Lalisa” will appear on Hot 100 No. 82. This could be one of the bottom-ranked newcomers to the comprehensive list of the most consumed songs in the United States, but it can seem high enough to make history.
“Lalisa” has become the second highest charted single for female musicians from South Korea after decades of running Hot100. Originally Thai, Lisa started her career in South Korea and is often regarded primarily as a K-POP artist.
“Lalisa” has surpassed two hits by Korean singer and rapper CL by starting the song within the 80’s tier of Hot 100. The legendary artist, along with Psy, first reached a highly competitive tally with the hit “Daddy” in 2015. This only rose to 97th place. The following year she proved she could win everything with a solo smash. The proper name “Lifted” went up to number 94, a slight improvement on her best show.
“Lifted” and “Daddy” were ranked as the Hot 100 singles on the second and third highest charts in US history by Korean solo female musicians for several months, but are now out of order, whichever. Is also downgraded with one peg.
The record for the highest-ever charting single on the Hot 100 (when looking only at songs shared primarily by female solo musicians working in South Korea) belongs to Rosé’s “On the Ground.” The song surpassed CL’s best show with a healthy margin when it opened at number 43 on the chart just a few months ago. In short, two of Blackpink’s four members, Rosé and Lisa, claim two of the highest-ranked songs in the history of Hot 100 among K-pop solo women.