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BLACKPINK’s Lisa becomes first female artist to feature in Top Hot Trending Songs – Billboard

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BLACKPINK’s Thai rapper-singer Lisa becomes first female artist to rule BoardThe US Hot Trending Songs chart, powered by Twitter, as “Lalisa” jumped 6–1 on the August 6 rankings.

The track, which was released in September 2021, leads to 1.5 million Twitter mentions with a 45% vault in the tracking week of July 22-28, according to Twitter. The song’s gains can be attributed in large part to its nomination for Best K-Pop at the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards at the MTV Video Music Awards, announced on July 26. “Lalisa” is competing in the category with BTS’s “Yet to Come,” ITZY’s “Loco”. SEVENTEEN’s “Hot,” Stray Kids’ “Maniac” and TWICE’s “The Feels.”

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Meanwhile, “Yet To Come” is at number 8 on Hot Trending Songs and “Maniac” is at number 20 on Hot Trending Songs.

“Lalisa” is number eight on Hot Trending Songs after BTS’s “Permission to Dance”, “Butter” and “Yet to Come”, which coincides with the launch of the chart in October; SB19’s “Buzzinga”; Ha Sung-woon and Jimin’s “With You”; and J-Hope’s “More” and “Arson.”

Notably, “Lalisa” distinguished itself as the only song to appear on each Hot Trending Songs chart since the list’s launch—41 weeks and counting. It debuted at No. 3 in the inaugural rankings and climbed to No. 2 four weeks ago.

TWICE’s “Celebrate” is the only debut on the latest hot trending song tally at No.19. It is the group’s third entry, after “Scientist” (number 4 peak) and “The Feels” (number 11). “Celebrate” is the title track of the group’s fourth Japanese-language studio album, which was released on July 27.

BoardThe K Hot Trending Songs chart, powered by Twitter and sponsored by Capital One, tracks global music-related trends and conversations on Twitter in real time, which can be viewed over the past 24 hours or the last seven days. A weekly, 20-position version of the chart, covering activity from Friday to Thursday of each week, is posted with BoardOther weekly charts on Billboard.com every Tuesday. Charts highlight new releases, award shows, festival moments, musical nostalgia and more. Hot Trending Songs is unique in that it tracks what songs people are talking about, not necessarily what they are listening to.

Keep visiting Billboard.com for an ever-evolving hot trending song ranking and check in every Tuesday for the latest weekly charts.

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Reference from www.billboard.com

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