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BLACKPINK’s Jisoo Achieves Highest Ranking For K-pop Female Soloist On UK Official Charts

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Well done, BLACKPINK’s Jisoo!

BLACKPINK’s Jisoo achieved the highest K-pop female solo record with her debut title song “FLOWER.”

According to the British Official Chart Singles Top 100 released on April 7 (local time), Jisoo’s first solo title track “FLOWER” ranked 38th. Notably, this is the highest ranking for a K-pop female solo artist.

The previous record was Rosé’s “On The Ground” at 42nd, followed by Lisa’s “MONEY” at 46th. BLACKPINK’s powerful influence in the global music market was proven once again by setting a meaningful record on the UK’s main chart.

The music video for “FLOWER” also surpassed 100 million views on YouTube at 11:16 am on the same day, about 7 days and 22 hours after its release, becoming BLACKPINK’s 41st video to reach 100 million views. The number of views of the dance performance video released on the 6th has now exceeded 17.47 million views, showing signs of unusual popularity.

Meanwhile, “FLOWER” topped the iTunes Top Song Chart in 64 countries including the United States. On Spotify, the world’s largest music streaming platform, the song entered 6th place, the highest ranking for a K-pop female solo artist, and maintained the top spot before landing in the 10th spot on the weekly chart.


Source: iMBC

Photo Credits: YG Entertainment

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