Rosé (BLACKPINK) set a new record and impressive achievements on the Billboard charts

Rosé is truly a “dinosaur rookie” of Kpop this year!

On the morning of March 23, the Billboard Hot 100’s ranking was updated.  Accordingly, the song On The Ground brings a new record for Rosé in the segment of Kpop female solo artist.  Specifically, the song debuted at No. 70 – the highest ranking for a Korean female solo singer.

At the first debut without the other members beside her, Rosé immediately entered the Billboard Hot 100 chart.  No. 70 is also the highest-ranking for a Korean female solo singer.  Previously, the highest record ever belonged to CL with the song Lifted, ranked 94.

On The Ground debuted at No. 70 on the Billboard Hot 100 – the highest ranking of a Korean female soloist
This record previously belonged to CL’s Lifted (debuted at No. 94 on the Billboard HOT 100)

In addition, the song On The Round also reached No. 1 on the Billboard Global 200 (worldwide) and Billboard Excl.US (outside the US).  What an impressive debut of “dinosaur rookie” Rosé!

Previously, Rosé was currently the female solo singer with the highest album sales on Hanteo (282,674 copies on the first day, 448,089 copies in the first week), breaking Lee Soo Young’s 17-year record.

Rosé is currently the female solo singer with the highest album sales on Hanteo

On YouTube, On The Ground has also become the fastest MV by Korean female soloist to hit 100 million views. Specifically, it took Rosé only about seven days, 15 hours, and 51 minutes to reach this milestone. 

MV – On The Ground

Source: Billboard, Twitter

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