Last week, Lisa, one of the four members of the South Korean girl group Blackpink, made history when her debut solo single “Lalisa” arrived on the Hot 100. With one track, the talented performer did what very few artists who are known for their work in the ever-expanding K-pop space have before, and she proved she has the power to produce a proper global smash.
Here are five ways Lisa made history on the Hot 100 with her first placement on the tally.Third Solo Female K-Pop Musician To Chart
When she appeared on the Hot 100, Lisa instantly became just the third solo female musician who primarily works in the K-pop field (Lisa is originally from Thailand, but her career started in South Korea) to make it to the chart at all. In doing so, she joined fellow artists CL and Rosé in the impressive showing of popularity.