Lisa Manobal of the K-pop quartet Blackpink is ecstatic over the huge success of her solo single "Money" from her eponymous album, “Lalisa.”

The 24-year-old K-pop superstar said she was blown away by the support of her fans who catapulted “Money” as the most requested song on “Most Requested Live,” a program on streaming radio platform iHeartRadio.

"I'm so thankful and happy that so many people are listening to my song. My team worked day and night on this project, so it really means a lot to all of us,” Lisa told host Michael Bennett in the interview Saturday.

The show released its Top 10 most requested songs in 2021 on Jan. 1, with “Money” at the peak of the list followed by BTS’ “Permission To Dance.” Also on the list were “Star” by Loona at No. 3 and BTS’ “Butter” at No. 4.

Lisa was the third Blackpink member to release a solo album following Jennie in 2018 and Rosé just a few months ahead of her in 2021. The “How You Like That” singer was surprised with the kind of success her B-track single made in 2021.

"I wasn't expecting it at all. I couldn't believe it, and I remember, I spent hours and hours watching reaction videos. I'm so happy that they are really enjoying my song; it makes me happier,” Lisa said in the show.

Talking about the success of her first solo album, the Blackpink rapper highlighted the importance of her supporters, collectively known as BLINKS. "They are like my family to me now. I'm so thankful for all the love, and I really don't know what I would do without them. They are always there to support me. None of this would have been possible without them... Thank you so much Blinks!"

The “Ice Cream” singer said her first solo musical project allowed her to explore different types of music, concepts and styles.

Last year, she also recorded a collaboration with DJ Ozuna, Megan Thee Stallion and Ozuna, “Sexy Girl” or “SG.”

In January, Billboard proclaimed Lisa as the most successful K-pop musician on its Pop Airplay chart after placing both “Lalisa” and “Money” on the chart and having the largest audience on U.S. pop radio compared to other K-pop artists.

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Lalisa Manoban "Lisa" from the Korean band Blackpink, is seen ouside Celine during Paris Fashion Week - Menswear Spring/Summer 2020, on June 23, 2019 in Paris, France. Edward Berthelot/Getty Images