LISA effect BLACKPINK How You Like That Spotify 500 million streaming
As the solo album of girl group BLACKPINK member Lisa is gaining popularity, BLACKPINK’s new global chart records are popping one after another.
According to YG Entertainment on the 13th, BLACKPINK’s hit song “How You Like That” surpassed 500 million streaming times on Spotify, the world’s largest music platform, the previous day. It is the first K-pop girl group record in about a year and three months since its release.
BLACKPINK has produced a total of 17 billion streaming songs on Spotify alone so far. Until now, “DDU-DU DDU-DU” has been BLACKPINK’s most streaming song, but “How You Like That,” which has quickly broken all new records, has finally succeeded in changing its position.
Spotify is a highly influential music streaming service that also affects Billboard and British official charts. BLACKPINK’s exclusive patent for the hundreds of millions of won streaming march here. Among K-pop girl groups, it is an unrivaled popular race that virtually has no comparison.
BLACKPINK, which has continued to grow explosively every time it releases a new song, flew up once again this time as Lisa’s solo debut served as a catalyst.
In fact, the number of subscribers to BLACKPINK’s YouTube channel increased by nearly 1.4 million at a time around the 10th, the date of Lisa’s solo album release, to more than 66.3 million now. Thanks to this, BLACKPINK surpassed pop star Justin Bieber and became the artist with the largest number of YouTube subscribers in the world 광주호스트바
In addition, BLACKPINK’s debut song Whistle surpassed 700 million views on YouTube in two days, the shortest time for K-pop solo artists, and other videos showed a faster increase in views than usual, signaling a new record march.
Significant results are expected on various global charts. The “LALISA” music cumulative topped the iTunes song chart in 66 countries and topped the worldwide chart. In addition, Spotify entered 15th place on the first day of its release, making people expect steady popularity.