Blackpink’s Lisa Continues Her Historic Chart Run In The U.K. Among All K-Pop Females

Week after week, Lisa’s single “Money” is losing ground on the U.K. songs chart, which ranks the most-consumed titles in the country. This frame, the track slips from No. 68 to No. 84, continuing a trend that has been taking place for several periods now. While it looks like the smash may be on its way out, it continues to make history every time it holds on once again, and that’s true once again this turn.

“Money” has been present on the U.K. singles chart for seven weeks, which is a very long time for a track promoted by an artist known primarily for creating K-pop music. In fact, the cut is now one of the sturdiest hits of all time among tunes by women in that field.

With seven weeks on the U.K. songs chart, “Money” breaks out of a tie and becomes the third-longest-charting single by a

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