Chart Check [Hot 100]: BLACKPINK Make History With ‘How You Like That’ Top 40 Debut

Published: Tuesday 7th Jul 2020 by Rashad

Not even a month after scoring their first top 40 hit courtesy of their assistant role on Lady Gaga‘s ‘Sour Candy’ (found aboard her latest chart-topping album, ‘Chromatica’), BLACKPINK circles back to make history as leaders.

It’s pretty clear their legion of dedicated fans are liking their new single, ‘How You Like That,’ as the tune has made a handsome #33 premiere on this week’s Billboard Hot 100.  The debut not only comes as the highest rung reached of their career, but also the highest for any K-Pop girl group to date.  What’s more, the song is the first top 40 entry for any girl group since Fifth Harmony last visited with 2016’s ‘All In My Head.’  

That’s not the only history-making feat accomplished by the ladies this week, however.

Look inside for more and see who joins them in the top 40 on this week’s ‘Chart Check: Hot 100’ edition:

Billboard reports:

“Blackpink made waves with their hit new single “How You Like That,” and the success reflected on the charts. The confidence-filled tune became the highest charting single by a girl group in Digital Song Sales chart history.

The song’s placement on the chart now ties a record set by Pussycat Dolls‘ “Don’t Cha” (2005) and The Chicks‘ “Not Ready to Make Nice” (2007).”

The feat above even earned a shout out from PCD:


As we join the Dolls in celebrating BLACKPINK’s history-making achievement, look below to see this week’s Hot 100 Top 40:


Hot 100 This Week


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  1. Haterz+Gon‘+Hate July 7, 2020

    Issa BOP, they work hard and it shows 😎 Congrats 🥳

  2. Pat July 7, 2020

    I’d love to see them work with Megan the stallion. New girls unite

  3. marilyn monh-O-E July 7, 2020

    The song will be slide off completely next week. Take their Kimchi a-s-s home. FOH

  4. 1988 July 8, 2020

    They are officially the first K-Pop act I genuinely like as I jam to Sour Candy. 🙂

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