Posted on: 09/1/21 at 11:00 am
Ahead of album release single debut solo titled LALISA, Lisa BLACKPINK, managed to break through the 700,000 copies! Achieving the highest record for a solo album pre-order. This pre-order figure was achieved within 4 days of the initial announcement of the pre-order.
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It seems that the enthusiasm of the fans of Lisa’s solo album is really unstoppable. Maybe you could say this is also one of the long waits of the BLINKS towards Lisa’s solo debut.
The achievement of this number was conveyed directly by YG Entertainment, four days after the initial opening of pre-orders LALISA on August 26, 2021. Previously through his official account, Lisa announced that the official release of her solo album would take place on September 10, 2021.
Based on regional data, fans who pre-ordered mostly came from regions outside South Korea including the United States, Japan, Europe and Southeast Asia. The total pre-order is expected to continue to grow because there are still a few more days before the album LALISA officially released.
Lisa BLACKPINK’s Pre-Order Album beat her group mates
This is certainly a fantastic achievement because it managed to exceed the numbers for a solo album Rose who is also a fellow BLACKPINK member. Roses’ albumsR‘ itself in March managed to achieve sales of 500,000 through pre-orders.
Of course there are several factors that are thought to greatly support Lisa’s achievement. In May, French producer DJ Snake said he would collaborate with Lisa on a song. It comes from a series of tweetsbut unfortunately now tweets it has been deleted.
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Since August 27, BLACKPINK’s YouTube channel has also uploaded a teaser video about Lisa’s solo album. Unfortunately the video is only 26 seconds long. This of course will further increase the fans’ curiosity about Lisa’s debut solo album. Can’t wait for the release LALISA? In the meantime, let’s look at the teaser video, okay.
Author, Translator & Editor: Arslan Musyfia