Blackpink’s Lisa breaks solo artiste record on YouTube with 'Lalisa'


The music video for 'Lalisa' garners 73.6 million views in 24 hours. Photo: Lisa/Instagram

Popular K-pop rapper-singer-dancer Lisa sets a new record with the music video for her first solo track Lalisa from her new album, Lalisa.

YouTube revealed that the music video garnered 73.6 million views in just 24 hours after it release on Sept 10, Korean media reported.

In setting the new record, the 24-year-old Thai native broke the previous one held by Taylor Swift in 2019 for the song ME! – which hit 65.2 million views in 24 hours.

It also became the fastest music video by a solo artiste to reach over 100 million views in two days. Today (Sept 14) that number stands at 131 million.

The youngest member of the girl group Blackpink is the third person to release a solo album after her bandmates Jennie and Rose.

Even before Lalisa was released, Lisa had set another record – pre-orders for the physical album surpassed 700,000 within four days.

Another track in two-song album is titled Money.

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