Last week, one of Lisa’s two most recently released songs, “Money,” arrived as one of the best-selling tracks in the United States. This is a B-side song that accompanied the single “Lalisa” when the musician embarked on a solo venture.For the first time without her black-pink bandmate, classified by Billboard As a rap song, it was therefore the subject of that rap and hip-hop chart. Because of this fact, Lisa made history in several ways on some lists, but she helped make her stand out in several ways, so she on the rap digital song sales roster. The existence of was probably noticed by most.
Here are five ways Lisa made history: BillboardThe rap digital song sales chart as “money” has arrived.
The first solo female K-POP musician wins first place
“Money” was not only a success on the rap digital song sales chart, but also a leader. The track debuted in 1st place and soon made Lisa the first solo female K-POP musician (Lisa was born and raised in Thailand, but her career began in Korea and many K-POP artists To reach the summit.
Third K-POP musician wins first place
Lisa may have been the first solo female K-POP artist to rank number one on the rap digital song sales chart, but she was the first musician known to have won a leader primarily in South Korea. There was no purchase-only ranking. Lisa joined BTS Suga (working under his Solomonica Agusto D) at an impressive show.
Second solo female K-POP musician on the chart
Looking at the entire history of the rap digital song sales chart, it’s clear that Lisa is the second solo female K-pop artist to reach Tally in any position. Shortly before Blackpink reached Americans Billboard In the rankings, Korean musician CL debuted the single “Lifted” in Tally, perhaps the first name to appear on the genre list from his home country.
The first solo female K-POP musician in the top 10
CL may be five years ahead of Lisa on the rap digital song sales chart, but the latter single is much higher. CL’s “Lifted” peaked at number 31 (currently only 15 spaces) as the rankings are much longer than they are today.
5th solo K-POP musician in the top 10
When “Money” opened in # 1, Lisa won not only the first leader, but also the first place in the top 10 of the Rap Digital Song Sales Chart. In doing so, she became the fifth K-pop solo musician to break into the highest space in the short rankings, joining Psy, BTS members Suga (again as Agust D), J-Hope, and RM. The only victory alongside Suga.