Jennie of BLACKPINK Sets Record as Longest-Charting Korean Female Soloist on Billboard Hot 100

Jennie from BLACKPINK is still making waves on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart! As of April 9, it was announced that her collaboration with The Weeknd and Lily-Rose Depp on the track “One of the Girls” from the HBO series “The Idol” has held strong at No. 85 on the chart.

Due to her recent success, Jennie has made history as the first Korean female solo artist to have a song chart for 15 consecutive weeks on the Hot 100. Her track “One of the Girls” has not only broken its own record for the longest-charting song by a female K-pop soloist but also reached a peak position of No. 51 on the chart last month, setting a new milestone for the highest ranking ever achieved by a female K-pop soloist on the Hot 100.

Jennie from BlackPink has made history as the first solo South Korean artist to have a song stay on the Billboard Hot 100 for 15 weeks. her song “One of the Girls” is also holding strong at No. 18 on Billboard’s Global Excl. U.S. chart and No. 33 on the Global 200. Congratulations to Jennie!

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