BLACKPINK Rosé is setting new records with her debut single album “R” and its title track “On The Ground.”
After making her debut on March 12, the results on American music charts are beginning to show and fans are extremely happy.
Billboard has released its Hot 100 chart for the week ending in March 27, and “On The Ground” scored the No. 70 spot, meaning, Rosé has broken CL’s record and has become the highest charting Korean female soloist on the Hot 100. She is the second female soloist to do that after CL who achieved this with “Lifted” taking No. 94. This is Rosé’s first entry on the chart as a soloist, her group has also appeared many times on the Hot 100 chart and their highest charting single was their collaboration with Selena Gomez, “Ice Cream” which charted at No. 13.
Both lists which were launched this past September rank songs based on streaming and sales data from more than 200 territories. The Global 200 includes data from around the world and the Global Excl. U.S. chart comprises data from territories excluding the United States.
“On The Ground” scored No. 1 on the Global 200 chart with 92.1 million streams and 29,000 sold worldwide during the March 12 to 18 tracking week. Rosé’s single album also includes the track “Gone,” which has grabbed the No. 29 spot on the Global 200 with 19.6 million streams and 25,000 sold worldwide.
“On The Ground” achieves the top spot on the Global Excl. U.S. chart with 85.7 million streams and 22,000 sold in territories outside the United States during the tracking week. “Gone” debuts on the list in No. 17, with 17.4 million streams and 19,000 sold outside the United States.