In a few hours, Billboard will refresh all of its weekly charts, including the Billboard Global 200. The near-namesake ranking lists the most-consumed songs in the world, using both sales and streaming data. Tomorrow (November 23), Taylor Swift is set to score her first No. 1 hit with “All Too Well (Taylor’s Version),” which the company has already announced will launch atop the tally.
Before the tally changes, it’s worth pointing out that one musician with the power to reach fans all across the world makes history once again with the first two tunes she released all on her own.
Lisa claims three spots on the Billboard Global 200 once again, and two of the songs in those positions prove her staying power as a solo star by finding space on the ranking once more. The Blackpink singer and rapper’s “Money” and “Lalisa” are currently present at Nos. 15 and 113, respectively, and while they’re both losing ground, they are once again rewriting the history books.
Both “Money” and “Lalisa” have now spent nine weeks on the Billboard Global 200, and with another turn on the tally, they break out of a tie with two other tunes to become the fifth-longest-charting tracks by a female K-pop act, solo or not. Last frame, Lisa’s hits were on the same level as Aespa’s “Next Level” and Twice’s “Alcohol-Free,” which had both managed eight turns on the list before disappearing. Now, Lisa has broken that tie, advancing again.
For some time now, “Money” and “Lalisa” have ranked as the longest-charting hits on the Billboard Global 200 among tunes pushed by K-pop soloists, and with each passing week, they further separate themselves from the previous record holders. Now, they stand out as some of the most successful tunes by a female musician known primarily for creating K-pop music, and in the coming frames, they could move up on this all-time ranking again.
Currently, the record for the longest-charting song by a female K-pop act is held by Blackpink’s “How You Like That,” which managed to appear on the Billboard Global 200 for an incredible 34 weeks. The electronic dance smash is far and away the most successful release in this field, as no other singles by women in the genre have reached 20 turns on the tally.
Steady in second place among songs by female K-pop stars is “I Can’t Stop Me” by Twice, which lived on the list for 15 weeks. Just one turn behind that big win are two cuts by Blackpink. The band’s own “Lovesick Girls” and “Ice Cream” with Selena Gomez both appeared on the roster for 14 frames.
At the rate it’s falling down the Billboard Global 200, it’s tough to say if “Lalisa” will make it to 14 weeks on the chart, though it seems likely that “Money” will be able to hit that mark, and perhaps even pass it. When that happens, the Blackpink member will match one of the biggest feats achieved by the band she’s still a part of.
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