Lisa’s ‘Money’ breaks 400 million streams on Spotify. Shortest K-pop solo record

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Group Black Pink member Lisa’s solo album, ‘MONEY’, again set a new record on Spotify, the world’s largest music streaming platform.

According to YG Entertainment, on the 14th, Lisa’s ‘Money’ surpassed 400 million streams on Spotify. It has been 186 days since it was released on September 10th, and this is the shortest period among K-pop solo artists that reached the same number of streams.

With this, Lisa became an artist on Spotify with more than 400 million streaming songs. Blackpink’s songs ‘Lovesick Girls’, ‘Kill This Love’, ‘How You Like That’, and ‘DDU-DU DDU-DU It had previously surpassed 400 million streams.

Even though Lisa’s ‘Money’ is a song on the album without a music video, it was loved as much as the title song ‘LALISA’ and was as famous.

On the US Billboard Hot 100, ‘Larisa’ and ‘Money’ ranked 84th and 93rd, and both songs from the solo album were on the single main chart of the mainstream pop market.

It is still firm on YouTube. The exclusive performance video of ‘Money’ is about to surpass 500 million views, and the music video of ‘Larisa’ is recording over 446 million views.

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