BLACKPINK's Lisa has once again proven her immense global influence as her dance video for 'MONEY' surpasses 900 million views.

According to YG Entertainment on September 19, Lisa's solo track 'MONEY' Exclusive Performance Video reached over 900 million views on YouTube around 3:25 AM on that day. Released in September 2021, it became the group's eighth video to achieve this milestone in just over two years.

With this achievement, BLACKPINK now boasts a total of eight videos on YouTube with over 900 million views. Previously, 'DDU-DU DDU-DU' reached 2.1 billion views, 'Kill This Love' 1.8 billion, 'BOOMBAYAH' 1.6 billion, 'As If It's Your Last' 1.3 billion, 'How You Like That' music video 1.2 billion and its dance video 1.4 billion, and Jennie's solo track 'SOLO' garnered 950 million views.

Lisa's explosive view count, achieved not with an official music video but a dance performance video, solidifies her position as a top global solo artist. Following 'How You Like That', this is her second dance video to achieve 900 million views, and fans are eagerly anticipating her next record-breaking feat.

'MONEY', characterized by its sophisticated hip-hop sound and swag-filled rap lyrics, is a track from Lisa's debut solo album 'LALISA'. Just a month after its release, it caused an unprecedented surge on major charts worldwide.

It topped the iTunes Top Song charts in 66 countries and climbed to 5th place on Spotify's global chart. Furthermore, it remained on the UK's Official Singles Top 100, the US Billboard Hot 100, and the Pop Airplay chart for 8 weeks, 2 weeks, and 3 weeks respectively, securing the title of 'First K-pop Female Soloist' to achieve such feats.

Meanwhile, BLACKPINK recently concluded their largest K-pop girl group world tour, 'BLACKPINK WORLD TOUR [BORN PINK]', with concerts held at the Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul on September 16 and 17. They attracted approximately 1.8 million attendees across North America, Europe, Asia, Oceania, and the Middle East, setting an unparalleled record in K-pop history and solidifying their status as 'world-class' artists.