BLACKPINK Breaks Records On Billboard Music Charts With “Kill This Love”
BLACKPINK remains unstoppable as they take over the United States, and the Billboard music charts.
BLACKPINK continues to make history with “Kill This Love”. After making their debut on Spotify’s Global Top 50, these girls have only set their sights higher.
On April 15, the quartet has officially broken records on Billboard’s major music charts.
Jennie, Jisoo, Rosé, and Lisa have reached greater heights on Billboard’s Hot 100 charts. “Kill This Love” debuted at 41st place, breaking a record they have previously set with their smash hit, “DDU-DU DDU-DU”.
BLACKPINK also made a smashing debut on the Billboard 200 charts. “Kill This Love” debuted at the 24th spot, with 19,000 equivalent album units sold. The girls are owning the Billboard charts by being the highest charting female Korean act on both these charts.
Additionally, the quartet tops the World Digital Song Sales chart for the fifth time with “Kill This Love”. They have previously topped the chart with “BOOMBAYAH“, “Playing With Fire“, “As If It’s Your Last”, and “DDU-DU DDU-DU”.
Witness BLACKPINK dominate the stage on their In Your Area tour. The quartet will be kicking off their tour in the United States on April 17, at The Forum in California. From there, the girls will be performing in Illinois’ Allstate Arena on April 24. They will also be at Hamilton’s FirstOntario Center in April 27.
The girl group will be holding a two-day concert at Newark’s Prudential Center on May 1 and 2. On May 5, the girls will be bringing their tour to Atlanta’s Infinite Energy Arena. To wrap up their In Your Area tour, they will be holding another two-day concert in Texas’ Fort Worth Convention Center on May 8 and 9.
BLINKS can also look forward to seeing their favorite girl group make their debut on The Late Late Show with James Corden. The group will be sharing the stage with guest actors Andrew Garfield and Lake Bell, and will be performing their latest hit, “Kill This Love“, on the April 18th episode.