Blackpink’s Jennie Breaks All-Time Record Among Korean Women In America

Blackpink’s Jennie Breaks All-Time Record Among Korean Women In America | Image: Instagram

Jennie of Blackpink continues to make waves on the Billboard charts with her solo hit “One of the Girls,” which remains a fixture on multiple tallies. The singer has already set numerous records with the song, and she achieves another remarkable feat this week as it continues to perform strongly on one of Billboard’s most competitive charts.

“One of the Girls” has now spent an impressive 10 weeks on the Pop Airplay chart, making it the longest-running track by a solo female South Korean artist on this particular ranking. Last week, Jennie’s song was tied with another track by a solo South Korean female artist for this record. Previously, Jennie shared the honor with Bibi, whose single “The Weekend,” featuring 347aidan, also enjoyed a nine-week run on the Pop Airplay chart.

With each passing week on the Pop Airplay chart, “One of the Girls” further solidifies its position as the frontrunner among tracks by solo female South Korean artists. Given its sustained performance, it’s likely that Jennie’s single will continue to extend its lead and remain on the chart for several more weeks or even months. This week, “One of the Girls” climbs one spot to No. 23 on the tally, inching closer to its peak position of No. 22.

In the coming weeks, “One of the Girls” is poised to match or surpass other records on the Pop Airplay chart, joining the ranks of the longest-charting tracks by South Korean solo artists, regardless of gender. Jennie will soon compete with hits from artists like BTS’s Jung Kook and Psy, who have both enjoyed lengthy stays on the chart with their singles.

“One of the Girls” features Jennie as the lead artist and credits Lily Rose Depp in a featured role, with production led by The Weeknd. The Canadian pop and R&B star penned the track for his short-lived TV series, The Idol.

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