Korean girl group Blackpink’s member Lisa Manoban has got another reason to celebrate after marking new milestones in iTunes and YouTube recently with the release of her first solo album, "Lalisa."

Lisa has now become the first female solo artist to make over half a million sales in the first week of her album release, according to Hanteo Chart, which prides itself as “the world’s one and only real-time music chart.”  Sales of the album skyrocketed to over 730,000 copies from Sept. 10 to Sept. 16, making Lisa number one in the Initial Chodong sales (first week of release) sales rankings among female solo artists of all time.

Upon its release on Sept. 10, “Lalisa” sold 330,129 albums on the first day, 5,722 copies on the following day; 2,761 copies on Sept. 12;  88,356 copies on Sept. 13; 33,781 copies on Sept. 14; 26,829 copies on Sept. 15, and finally, 248,643  copies on Sept. 16 -- the last day of Initial Chodong period. 

The first-week total album sales of "Lalisa" amounted to 736,221.

Hanteo Chart announced it will award the famous Blackpink member a “gold certificate,” indicating “Initial Chodong sales amount of more than 500,000 copies.”

“With the latest release, Lisa proudly achieved first place in Initial Chodong rankings of all female artists in history and became the first solo artist to achieve the record of Initial Chodong half-million seller. With this, the first and third places of Initial Chodong female rankings are all taken by Blackpink,” Hanteo News said.

“Lalisa” is Lisa’s first self-titled solo offering to fans which carries two singles, “Lalisa” and “Money.”

In the course of making the album, the 24-year-old singer and rapper said she discovered her penchant for tight rap.

“While I was working on this song, I found out that I like not only melodic rap but also tight rap. I tried a tight rap in “Money,” and I really like this hip-hop style, which spits out fast with a strong beat. It’s a new swag that was hidden inside me. It’s probably the first time the fans have heard it, so I think it’s fun to compare how it’s different from the melodic rap,” she said in an interview with Vogue.

The “How You Like That” singer said that through the album, she wants to show Blinks (Blackpink fans) her confidence in making music. She also advised her fans to “always be confident.” 

The music video of “Lalisa” recorded a total of 73.6 million views during the first 24-hours of its release also on Sept. 10 beating the previous record held by Taylor Swift for the track “ME!” in 2019 with 65.2 million views in the first 24-hours.

The album also soared high on iTunes in 60 different countries on Sept. 11, according to her management agency, YG Entertainment.  

Blackpink member Lisa NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 12: Lisa of Blackpink attends the Michael Kors Collection Spring 2019 Runway Show at Pier 17 on September 12, 2018 in New York City. Photo: Larry Busacca/Getty Images for Michael Kors