Until this week, Lisa, perhaps best known as one of the four vocalists of the Korean girl group Blackpink, only influenced Americans. Billboard A chart with a band that made her a star. Now she quickly sets herself to win two very important smashes at the same time impressively.
Lisa is the latest version of the Digital Song Sales Chart, debuting the first two songs recorded and released without bandmates. This is the weekly ranking of the best-selling trucks in the United States. Billboard Tuesday morning (September 21st). Not only will both of her just-released songs find a way to Tally, but both will be opened in the Top 10 and will give you control over 20% of the top of the list. It is a kind of feat reserved only for the biggest and most successful acts in the American market, and Lisa is currently ranked among them.
The first to appear from Lisa is “La Lisa”, which was selected as her debut single as a solo act. This song is in front of her single album of the same name, so it’s not surprising to see it beat her other releases (more on this later). According to information shared by MRC Data, “Lalisa” sold 9,200 digital copies in the first tracking frame in the United States. That would be enough to see it start at number 6 on the digital song sales chart.
Just behind “Lalisa” is “Money”. This is side B, and no other solo cut Lisa has ever released. With Blackpink’s superstars on track, songs that could soon receive a single treatment kicked off at # 8 on this week’s digital song sales chart, thanks to the sale of 6,900 online copies. increase.
As a member of Blackpink, Lisa has previously reached the Digital Song Sales Chart and she has already won many notable wins. The quartet tops four different songs: “How You Like That” and “Ice Cream” with Selena Gomez (both second), and “Lovesick Girls” (9th) and “Sour Candy” with Lady Gaga. I sent it to 10. (No. 10) — And the other two that didn’t completely invade the highest space.
Lisa joins fellow black-pink vocalist rosé to be solo in 2021. The latter singer also dropped her first two proper releases just a few months ago. Rosé’s “On the Ground” also made it to the top 10 of the digital song sales chart, peaking at number 10 in March.