BLACKPINK’s Jennie has become the first ever K-pop female solo artist to achieve one billion streams on Spotify without a solo album. The singer currently has 3 songs on her solo profile.

Jennie – who was the first BLACKPINK member to go SOLO in 2018 – continues to make and break records. Currently, the K-pop IT Girl is basking in the viral success of her song One of The Girls which also features The Weeknd and Lily-Rose Depp. 

The BLACKPINK member, who made her acting debut with HBO’s The Idol, recently hit 1 billion streams on her Spotify profile. This achievement is all the more remarkable as she is the only female solo K-Pop artist to hit this mark without releasing an album.

Jennie achieves 1 billion streams across all credits

Jennie recently accomplished a significant milestone by surpassing 1 billion streams on Spotify across all her credits, making her the first female K-Pop solo artist to achieve this without the release of a solo album.

Despite having only three songs, Jennie impressively garnered 500 million streams in just one year, sparking anticipation among her fans, BLINKs, for her eagerly awaited solo album – JNK1. Notably, Jennie also stands as overall the 4th female K-pop soloist to achieve 1 billion streams on Spotify joining artists like Lisa, IU, and Taeyeon. 

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