BLACKPINK Lisa Was Most Popular Female K-pop Solo Artist on Spotify Around the World in 2022

BLACKPINK Lisa Was Most Popular Female K-pop Solo Artist. The BLACKPINK member LISA is making waves as a solo k-pop artist. It should come as no surprise that Lisa is featured on Spotify’s “Spotify Wrapped” 2022 year-end best-of and most-played artist and song lists.

After making her solo debut on September 10 of last year, LISA quickly rose to the top of Spotify’s K-Pop female soloist charts with the help of her songs “LALISA” and “MONEY.” To add, in 2022, “Money” by Lisa topped all K-Pop solo songs on Spotify worldwide in terms of total streams.

The fact that the Thai idol has maintained her position at the top of Spotify’s global charts without releasing any new solo material this year has come as a pleasant surprise to the Internet at large.


Lisa Rapper Career

On the recommendation of a fortune teller, the woman who was born Pranpriya Manobal on March 27, 1997, in Buriram Province, Thailand legally changed her name to Lalisa, which means the one being praised. Her Thai mother and her Swiss stepfather raised her alone.

Chitthip Brüschweiler is the name of Lisa’s mother. Marco Brüschweiler, a famous chef in Thailand, is her stepfather. Lisa graduated from Praphamontree School I and II, which are secondary schools. She began taking dance courses at the tender age of four, going on to compete in numerous competitions throughout her childhood (including “To Be Number One”), and eventually joining the We Zaa Cool dancing team (together with BamBam of Got7) as one of its eleven members.

The group competed in and won the “Special Team” award in the September 2009 LG Entertainment Million Dream Sanan World competition, which aired on Channel 9. Lisa was also a finalist in a singing competition for “Top 3 Good Morals of Thailand,” presented by the Moral Promotion Center in early 2009.

Lisa, then 13 years old, auditioned in Thailand in 2010 for the South Korean record label YG Entertainment. Lisa always looked up to the members of K-pop groups like Big Bang and 2NE1, and she hoped that she could make it as a performer herself one day.

Lisa was the only applicant out of four thousand to meet the criteria, therefore YG Entertainment’s former CEO, Yang Hyun-suk, extended an offer to her to train at the company. One of the judges, 1TYM’s Danny I’m, was likewise delighted with Lisa after seeing her audition tape.

He praised her self-assurance and positive attitude. Lisa’s professional training as a trainee began in 2011 when she travelled to South Korea. On April 11, 2011, she became the label’s first trainee who was not of Korean ancestry.

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She was a background dancer in Taeyang’s “Ringa Linga” music video, released in November 2013, alongside iKon and Winner members. Lisa’s first modelling work was for the streetwear brand Nona9on in March of 2015. In 2016, she modelled for the South Korean cosmetics company Moonshot.

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