Blackpink’s Lisa claims three of the world’s 10 most-watched clips this week


Ever since leaving Blackpink, the band that made her a star, and making their debut as a solo musician a few weeks ago, Lisa has remained a constant in the YouTube ranking of the most popular music videos. most watched. The South Korean / Thai singer and rapper has only been a solo musician for less than two months, but during that time she has topped the charts like little before her, and this week could be her most impressive performance yet.

This time around, Lisa’s name doesn’t appear once, not twice, but three times in the top 10 of YouTube’s highly competitive rankings. It’s an incredible spectacle, and one that very few artists could put together.

On this week’s YouTube Global Rankings, which lists the most viewed music videos around the world during the previous tracking period (which ran from October 22 to 28), the most popular clip was “SG” Ozuna, DJ Snake, Megan Thee Stallion and Lisa. The Collaborative Cup debuts at # 1 in the chart as it’s brand new and it easily claims the throne. The multilingual song opens at the top of the tally with just over 46 million plays, beating the finalist by over 16 million clicks.

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Scoring the world’s No.1 clip would be an accomplishment enough, but that only tells part of Lisa’s current success. The Blackpink performer occupies the first two places in the count, while his performance video “Money” occupies the second place. This clip has racked up nearly 30 million more plays in the last period. Surprisingly, the visual has already spent six weeks on the roster, and it’s been living in the penthouse for at least half of those images.

Lisa ranks third in the top 10 of YouTube’s weekly look at the world’s most watched music videos, as her first solo single “Lalisa” sits at No. 7, exactly where it last ranked. . The very first video of the musician alone has been viewed almost 16 million times the last frame. “Lalisa” also spent time at No.1 when he first arrived seven weeks ago.

No other musician is claiming more than one top 10 video this week, and it’s common. Rarely is an act popular enough and singles promoted simultaneously to accomplish this feat. Lisa’s last smash “SG” was a quick win, but perhaps even more impressive is the fact that after more than a month her solo visuals are still performing as well as they do. are.

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