Blackpink’s Lisa Beats 2NE1's CL’s Hot 100 Hits With 'Lalisa'

Lisa's Hot 100 placing as a solo artist makes her one of the most successful female K-pop musicians of all time in the United States, outperforming another star in the process.

On the Hot 100 this week, Lisa's debut single "Lalisa" ranks No. 82. With this track, she has become the second-highest-charting female musician of South Korean descent in the charts.

Two CL hits were overshadowed by "Lalisa." With Psy on "Daddy" in 2015, the rapper climbed to No. 97 on the highly competitive tally.

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In the following year, she proved that she was capable of landing a solo hit when her single "Lifted," climbed to No. 94.

"Lifted" and "Daddy" were the second and third most-charting Hot 100 singles by South Korean solo artists in U.S. history for months, but today, both singles dropped one spot in the ranking.

When looking at the charts only for female solo artists who work primarily in South Korea, Rosé's "On the Ground" is the highest-charting track in history.

Credit: CL/Instagram

Just a few months ago, that single peaked at No. 43 on the chart.

Therefore, Rosé and Lisa, two of Blackpink's four members, now hold the feat of being the two highest-ranking solo females in K-pop music history.

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