The music video for the song LALISA from Blackpink's Lisa became the solo song with the most views in the first 24 hours of launching
Netgenz - Netizen buzz | BLACKPINK's Lisa's solo work has begun to reap achievements. Now, LALISA's music video broadcasting or MV has set a new record on Youtube. LALISA is listed as the music video for a solo musician with the most viewers in a 24-hour period. Within one day, the music video was viewed more than 70 million times. With that, BLACKPINK's Lisa overtook the same record previously held by Taylor Swift with the song ME! (feat. Brandon Urie) which was launched in 2019 with the acquisition of 65. two million 'views' in 24 hours. Just 24 hours after the LALISA music video was launched, it has been viewed 73. six million times. On day 2, the song's music video has been viewed more than 100 million times.
Achievements are not only made on YouTube, the song LALISA has a good record on the iTunes charts. LALISA tops iTunes charts in at least 60 different countries. Lisa has certain impressions in welcoming her solo gait. He mentioned the process of working on LALISA as if she was pregnant. "I really like it," said Lisa spontaneously at the Woody Show interview session, a Thai tv show, Saturday (11/9). "It's like being pregnant," she continued. Lisa admitted that she could not believe that her solo work would be loved by fans or maybe not. When LALISA received a good reception, those worries disappeared for a moment.
Make You Like: BLACKPINK Lisa's Charisma in New Teaser LALISA
Lisa has released her solo single, LALISA, Friday (10/9). Not only is it thick with dynamic pop electronic music, but this song's music video also shows elements of Thai culture as Lisa's origin. In a live broadcast on the YouTube channel ahead of the launch, Lisa explained that the combination of Thai culture into her first solo single came from her own idea. Not just a matter of musical style, Lisa also includes Thai elements in LALISA's video clip, starting from the clothes she wears to the choreography.