BLACKPINK's Rosé Achieves New Spotify Record With 'On The Ground'
Born in the full name Roseanne Park, the female K-pop idol, is now the fastest South Korean artist who has achieved a massive record on Spotify!
With that being said, BLACKPINK's Rosé holds the record of the fastest K-pop artist who has achieved 100 million streams on the music streaming platform-which happened on May 23 (Sunday). Here are the details.
BLACKPINK is never off the grid
With tons of artist on Spotify, BLACKPINK's Rosé rose among all of them, especially on K-pop artists, as her solo single On The Ground achieved a whopping 100 million streams on the platform.
It was announced by BLACKPINK Rosé's home management and recording label on Sunday that On The Ground surpassed 100 million streams on Spotify 71 days after it was released to the public on March 12.
That said, the New Zealand-born singer has set a new impressive record on the platform, making all BLINKS worldwide be in awe of their idol's newest finish.
BLACKPINK's Rosé's unending shocks
For the time being, BLACKPINK Rosé's On The Ground holds the record of the fastest song by any Korean female soloist in the history of Spotify to achieve the impressive streaming figures. Also, it is the fastest debut song by any Korean artist to be standing on the same finish on the platform.
Aside from Spotify, BLACKPINK Rosé's On The Ground also made its way to iTunes Top Song Chart in 51 countries and have become Billboard's entry to its Global charts in the US.
Upon the music video's release, BLACKPINK's Rosé dethroned PSY's Gangnam Style in having massive views on its first day since it was released. PSY hold the title for almost eight years.
BLACKPINK Rosé's newest record has proved that amid all the prominent artists around the world, she is one to watch out for as she never takes on a music chart untouched by her craft.
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