Well-known as one of the four members of the Korean girl group Blackpink, Lisa ranks the world’s most watched music videos weekly as her first solo tour “Lalisa” begins first. Dominate Looking at the number of the most popular clips on hosting platforms, it’s clear that her single was not only successful from the moment it arrived, but also blew away all the other titles.
Lisa’s “Lalisa” ranked first in the YouTube ranking of the most watched music videos in the past week’s tracking, with 157 million views. This is not a large sum. Enough to make the most successful uploads on your site significantly. Looking at that number, Raataan Lambiyan Jubin Nautiyal & Asees Kaur’s “Raataan Lambiyan”, the runner-up of the latest version of Tally, has fallen from 1st to 2nd with just over 30 million plays. That’s still a solid number, but for now it’s easy to see that the world isn’t getting enough Lisa.
Superstar singer and rapper made history by officially embarking on a solo career for the first time just a few days ago with the release of “Lalisa,” which was an immediate success on YouTube. The official music video that accompanies the single has been watched an astonishing 73.6 million times in the first full day it became available. This is high enough for the clip to make its sixth-largest 24-hour debut so far.
All of these YouTube views are just part of the success story surrounding “Lisa,” which has begun to appear on charts around the world. In South Korea (from Thailand), where Lisa became the first star to make a name for himself, the song quickly became a Top 40 hit and the featured single album was invincible. In the UK, the track opened at number 68 and Lisa became one of the few K-pop soloists. YouTube clicks are reflected in some charts in the United States, so “Lalisa” could be headed for a very remarkable start to the Hot 100 in just a few days.
“Lalisa” was released as a stand-alone single, but at least in South Korea it was also released as a single album. The song was packaged in a B-side titled “Money” and an instrument version of both cuts (some versions of the set). The single album itself was released at # 1 on the Gaon Album Chart, the main list of the best-selling releases in Asian countries, and Lisa was immediately successful in the region.