In a remarkable feat, Thai member Lisa of BLACKPINK secures the top spot on the list of the most-streamed K-pop songs by female acts with her solo track “Money.” Surpassing the group’s hit “How You Like That,” Lisa’s song has garnered over 822 million streams, maintaining its popularity for almost two years.
BLACKPINK’s Spotify Takeover
BLACKPINK’s dominance on Spotify is undeniable, as the group and its members, Jennie and Lisa, occupy all the spots in the top 10 most-streamed K-pop songs by female artists. Despite the group’s absence in terms of new releases this year due to their busy schedule, including the BORN PINK WORLD TOUR and member Jisoo’s solo debut, BLACKPINK continues to set the bar high with their impressive stream counts.
Jennie and Lisa’s Solo Success
Jennie and Lisa, as soloists, have also left their mark on the streaming charts. Jennie’s solo track “SOLO” has amassed over 506 million streams, while Lisa’s aforementioned “Money” secures the top position. Both members’ solo endeavors have resonated with fans, contributing to their individual achievements within the group.
— chart data (@chartdata) July 5, 2023
Collaborative Hits and Group Success
BLACKPINK’s collaboration with global pop star Dua Lipa on the track “Kiss and Make Up” stands tall at No. 5 on the list, further exemplifying the group’s global appeal. Additionally, the group’s title tracks and pre-release songs since their debut in 2016 continue to climb the streaming charts, accumulating increasing streams daily. BLACKPINK’s consistent record-breaking and historic achievements reinforce its status as the leading female K-pop group worldwide.
Who is BLACKPINK?
BLACKPINK is a South Korean girl group formed by YG Entertainment. The group debuted in 2016 and consisted of four members: Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé, and Lisa. Each member brings unique talents and personalities to the group, contributing to their success in the music industry.
BLACKPINK is known for its powerful performances, catchy music, and stylish visuals. They have gained significant popularity both in South Korea and internationally, earning a dedicated fanbase known as BLINKs.