Lisa, a member of BLACKPINK, made her formal solo debut in September 2021 and continues to set records every day. With just three songs, she has become the K-pop soloist with the fastest 1 billion Spotify streams.
One-fourth of the South Korean girl group BLACKPINK, who have dominated the music industry, the 25-year-old Lisa is still going strong as a solo artist.
On September 10, 2021, Lisa achieved one of the most successful K-pop debuts in history. 411 days later, she became the K-Pop performer with the fastest Spotify stream milestone.
Let’s look at Lisa’s accomplishment on the huge music platform as she achieves an outstanding feat.
Lisa Becomes Fastest K-Pop Soloist to Reach 1 Billion Streams on Spotify
On October 26, Spotify released an update stating that Lisa has exceeded one billion total streams, breaking the previous record.
Lisa is currently one of just four K-Pop singers with Spotify profiles that have received more than 1 billion streams, including Jay Park, IU, Taeyeon, and Suga.
Lisa’s debut as a solo performer was formally marked by the release of just one album, Lalisa. Despite the record only having two tracks, she had a profound impact on the music business. This is what distinguishes her accomplishment from the three tracks listed on her profile, “LALISA,” “MONEY,” and “SG,” a single produced by DJ Snake, Ozuna, Megan Thee Stallion, and Lisa.
BLACKPINK’s Lisa Can’t Stop Breaking Records
When Lisa’s music video for her main single Lalisa appeared on YouTube with more than 73.6 million views, it set two Guinness World Records. Making it the most-watched solo music video on YouTube in a 24-hour period. It also exceeded the previous record set by Taylor Swift’s Me! in 2019, which stood at 65.2 million. Money and Lalisa, Lisa’s first singles, both charted on the Billboard Hot 100.
She already has two significant K-Pop soloist records on Spotify, including the most-streamed K-Pop soloist album with Lalisa and most-streamed K-Pop soloist song with Money.
The accomplishment comes shortly after Lisa made history by becoming the first female solo artist to win Best K-Pop at the VMAs in 2022. The Thai native recently joined Adele as one of the female musicians with the most No. 1 singles on iTunes, breaking her own career-high mark and becoming the only K-Pop artist to do so.