BLACKPINK’s Lisa hits career high with ‘ROCKSTAR’ on Billboard’s ‘Hot 100’ and global charts | K-pop Movie News



BLACKPINK’s Lisa is continuing to soar to new heights with her latest solo comeback single, ‘ROCKSTAR’. Recently updated on July 9, the Thai superstar achieved her highest solo career entry on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, debuting impressively at 70. This achievement surpasses her previous peak on the chart with ‘Lalisa’ in 2021, which peaked at 84.
In the field of K-pop female soloists, Lisa’s accomplishment solidifies her position among the top ranks.Alongside her fellow BLACKPINK members, she now holds multiple spots in the Top 5 K-pop Female Soloists with the Highest Peak on the Billboard Hot 100. Jennie leads the list with ‘One of The Girls’ at 51, followed by Lisa’s ‘Rockstar’ at 70 and Rosé’s ‘On The Ground’ also at 70. Lisa further reinforces her dominance with ‘Lalisa’ and ‘Money’, which peaked at 84 and 90 respectively.
Lisa’s impact on the Billboard Hot 100 extends beyond individual songs; she now holds the record for the K-pop female soloist with the most entries on this prestigious chart. This achievement surpasses the previous record shared with CL, who had two entries with ‘Lifted’ at number 94 and ‘Daddy’ with PSY at the rank of 97.
Internationally, ‘ROCKSTAR’ has also made waves on Billboard’s Global 200 and Billboard Global Excl. U.S. charts, marking it as the highest-charting and highest-peaking song released by a K-pop act in 2024. The song achieved a remarkable 4th position on the Billboard Global 200 and secured the top spot at 1 on the Billboard Global Excl. U.S. chart.

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