BLACKPINK's Lisa makes Billboard history with "Rockstar" reaching #70 on Hot 100

Lisa's solo track "Rockstar" hits new heights on Billboard's Hot 100, marking a milestone for K-pop.

Pop Culture & Art July 11, 2024
Courtesy: @lalalalisa_m on Instagram

BLACKPINK's Lisa continues to soar with her latest single "Rockstar," achieving her highest solo career entry on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. 

According to updates on July 9, the track debuted impressively at #70, surpassing her previous peak of #84 with "Lalisa" in 2021. This milestone solidifies Lisa's position among the top K-pop female soloists on this prestigious chart, with multiple entries alongside her bandmates.

Lisa now holds the record for the most songs by a K-pop female soloist on the Billboard Hot 100, surpassing CL of 2NE1. Her other hits "Lalisa" and "Money" have also made significant marks on the chart, underlining her global popularity and influence. 

This accomplishment underscores BLACKPINK's dominance on global music platforms, with Lisa contributing significantly to the group's ongoing success.

Billboard confirmed on their official social media channels that "Rockstar" is not only Lisa's highest-charting song of 2024 but also the highest-peaking release by any K-pop act on the Billboard Global 200 and Billboard Global Excl. U.S. charts. 

The track secured the #4 spot on the former and reached #1 on the latter, setting a new benchmark for K-pop achievements this year.


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