Blackpink Jennie Sets New Record For Korean Female Artists In America
Blackpink Jennie Sets New Record For Korean Female Artists In America

Blackpink Jennie continues to etch her name into the annals of music history, particularly on the revered Billboard charts, with her solo sensation “One of the Girls.” The song, which has been a constant presence on multiple tallies, adds another feather to her cap this week, solidifying her status as a trailblazer among Korean female artists in the American music scene.

“One of the Girls” has now clocked an impressive 10-week run on the Pop Airplay chart, marking the lengthiest stay for any track by a solo female artist from South Korea. This achievement surpasses the previous record, held jointly with Bibi’s “The Weekend,” featuring 347aidan, which spent nine weeks on the same chart.

Blackpink Jennie
Blackpink Jennie

With each passing week, Jennie extends her lead over other solo female Korean artists on the Pop Airplay chart. The continued success of “One of the Girls” suggests that Jennie’s reign atop the chart may endure for several more weeks, if not months.

Blackpink Jennie Breaks Boundaries: A Trailblazer for Korean Women in American Music

In the latest chart update, “One of the Girls” climbs to No. 23, inching closer to its peak position of No. 22. This upward trajectory signals the song’s enduring popularity and continued momentum.

As Blackpink Jennie’s hit ascends the ranks, it’s poised to join the ranks of the longest-charting tracks by South Korean solo artists, regardless of gender. Soon, she’ll be rubbing shoulders with the likes of BTS’s Jung Kook and Psy, whose chart-topping singles have enjoyed extended stays on the Pop Airplay chart.

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