BLACKPINK's Lisa's 'LALISA' and 'MONEY' both achieved a record of over 100 million views.

According to YG Entertainment on the 7th, Lisa's solo album title song 'Larissa' music video exceeded 600 million views on YouTube around 1:30 am on the same day. It's been about 1 year and 7 months since it was released on September 10, 2021. It is the fastest among K-pop female solo singer's music videos to reach the same number of views.

Lisa's 'Larissa' music video recorded 73.6 million views within 24 hours of its release and was officially registered in the Guinness Book of Records. Since then, it has achieved 100 million views in 2 days, 200 million views in 13 days, 300 million views in 48 days, 400 million views in 121 days, and 500 million views in 289 days, becoming the 'K-pop female solo artist in the shortest time'. ' The record-breaking march continued.

In addition, the exclusive performance video of her b-side song 'Money' also surpassed 800 million views on YouTube at 7:10 am on the same day, about a year and seven months after its release. Even though it is not an official music video, but a solo performance video, thanks to the steady love of global fans, it became the 11th time in Black Pink's career to join the ranks of 800 million views.

A month after its release, this song created an unprecedented sensation by going backwards on major charts around the world, reaching the top of the iTunes Top Song chart in 66 countries. In addition, she won the title of 'the first K-pop female soloist' to chart on the Official Singles Top 100 in the UK, the Billboard Hot 100 in the US, and the Pop Airplay chart for 8 weeks, 2 weeks, and 3 weeks in a row, respectively.

Meanwhile, BLACKPINK, to which Lisa belongs, is currently carrying out the largest world tour of a K-pop girl group, attracting about 1.5 million people. The four members, who successfully completed 14 North American performances in 7 cities and 10 European tours in 7 cities last year, are heading to Asia to meet more fans. They will also perform as headliners at the 'Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival' in the US in April and the 'Hyde Park British Summertime Festival' in the UK in July.

ParkJun Ha