BLACKPINK’s “Pink Venom” Becomes 1st K-Pop Girl Group Song Ever To Spend 3 Weeks In Top 40 Of UK’s Official Singles Chart
On September 9 local time, the United Kingdom’s Official announced that BLACKPINK’s latest hit “Pink Venom”
had successfully remained in the top 40 of the Official Singles Chart for a third consecutive week.
After initially debuting at No. 22 last month, “Pink Venom” came in at No. 40 on this week’s chart.
With this new achievement, “Pink Venom” has become the first song by any female K-pop artist in history to spend three weeks in the top 40 of the Official Singles Chart.
Meanwhile, BLACKPINK is currently gearing up for the release of their second full-length album “BORN PINK,” featuring the brand-new title track “Shut Down,” on September 16.
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