Jennie from BLACKPINK makes history by being the first female K-pop singer to receive a BRIT silver certification in the UK.  

As the first female K-pop soloist to gain a BRIT Silver certification in the UK for her song "One of The Girls," featuring The Weeknd and Lily Rose Depp, BLACKPINK's Jennie achieves historic success.  

As the first female K-Pop soloist to be certified Silver in the UK, Jennie of BLACKPINK accomplishes a historic milestone with her collaboration on One of The Girls, which features The Weeknd and Lily Rose Depp.   

One of The Girls shattered records and remained on the Billboard Hot 100 for seven weeks in a row, despite receiving mixed reviews from critics.  

As she continues to shatter records, Jennie of BLACKPINK has become the first female K-pop soloist to receive a BRIT Silver certification in the United Kingdom.   

After selling more than 200,000 copies in the UK, her collaboration on One of The Girls with The Weeknd and Lily Rose Depp won her this esteemed accreditation.  

One of The Girls, which debuted as the lead song from The Idol Episode 4 (Music from the HBO Original Series), took off after its release and reached the top 10 on the Billboard Global 200 chart, mostly thanks to its popularity on TikTok.   

Its alluring lyrics and sensual R&B vibes caught on with listeners all around the world, winning praise for both the vocal performances and production.  

The Weeknd, Lily Rose Depp, and Jennie were in the television series The Idol, which served as the inspiration for the collaboration.   

When the song was finally released, it was widely praised and highly awaited.  

Despite their differing opinions about its graphic lyrics, critics commended the album's luxurious production and the musicians' flawless vocal blending.  

One of The Girls's financial and critical success highlights Jennie's importance in the K-pop industry and cemented her status as a global music icon.   

Fans can't wait for her next musical venture as she keeps pushing the envelope and setting records.