BLACKPINK’s Jennie Becomes 1st Korean Female

BLACKPINK’s Jennie Becomes 1st Korean Female Soloist To Chart A Song For 15 Weeks On Billboard Hot 100

BLACKPINK’s Jennie continues to make history on Billboard’s Hot 100!

On April 9 local time, Billboard revealed that “One of the Girls”—Jennie’s collab with The Weeknd and Lily-Rose Depp from their HBO series “The Idol”—had successfully remained on the chart at No. 85.

As a result, Jennie has now become the first Korean female soloist ever to chart a song for 15 weeks on the Hot 100, with “One of the Girls” extending its own record for the longest-charting song by a female K-pop soloist.

“One of the Girls” also previously reached a peak of No. 51 on the chart last month, setting a new record for the highest ranking ever achieved by a female K-pop soloist on the Hot 100.

Outside of the Hot 100, “One of the Girls” stayed strong at No. 18 in its 26th week on Billboard’s Global Excl. U.S. chart, in addition to ranking No. 33 in its 24th week on the Global 200.

Congratulations to Jennie!

Watch Jennie on the first episode of “The Seasons: Red Carpet with Lee Hyori” on Viki below:

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