Lisa, from the most popular K-pop band who won the hearts of millions of fans around the world, was born on March 27, 1997 in Thailand. Currently her full name is Lalisa Manobal or Manoban.
Her parents named her Pranpriya Manobal, but she is now known as Lisa. Lisa is a Thai rapper, singer and dancer and a member of the South Korean girl group Blackpink, which debuted in 2016 under the YG Entertainment label.
Lisa worked with her group and released several songs, but her first solo album Lalisa was released in September 2021 and sold over 736,000 copies in its first week in South Korea. With this, she is the first female artist to become a top seller.
The album’s lead single had a music video of the same name, which again garnered a remarkable 73.6 million views in 24 hours on YouTube. It also set a new record for the most viewed music video by a single artist in the first 24 hours on the platform.
Lisa’s popularity is not only due to her dancing and rapping skills, but she has shined as a fashion icon by partnering with top brands like Celine, Bulgari, MAC Cosmetics and even participating in the ANDAM Fashion Prize Jury in 2021.
Building anticipation for historic events
Lisa Crazy Horse praised Paris’ performance in “But I’m a Good Girl” and “Crisis? What Crisis!?” During her performance, she will undergo a ‘crazy girl’ transformation and showcase her unique clothing choices.
Lisa previously teased her followers on social media with a cryptic Instagram Story captioned, “Shh…coming soon”, and she shared a photo of herself surrounded by dancers from the iconic theater, hinting at her upcoming collaboration track ahead of the announcement.
“Lalisa” and its most viral second single, “Money”, both made the top 10 of the Billboard Global 200. With this, Lalisa also became the first album by a K-pop solo artist to reach 1 billion streams. on Spotify.
For her contributions to the music industry, Lisa received several accolades throughout her career. He has held seven Guinness World Records, won an MTV Europe Music Award as a K-pop soloist, a Gaon Chart Music Award, the first MTV Video Music Award, and an Emnet Asian Music Award. As of 2019, Lisa is the most followed K-pop artist on Instagram.
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Setting the stage for Lisa’s historic cabaret debut
Blackpink’s Lisa is set to make history as the first K-pop artist to perform at Paris’ famous Crazy Horse Cabaret. Crazy Horse Cabaret, also known as Le Crazy Horse de Paris, wasted no time in unveiling this groundbreaking collaboration. They announced on September 6, 2023 that Lisa, at age 26, will appear on the Cabaret stage with five exclusive shows. Performances are scheduled for September 28, 29 and 30 at Avenue George V.
The announcement caused significant excitement, resulting in a quick sale of tickets for 250 euros, which is $268 per ticket, with a limit of 10 tickets per transaction.
Crazy Horse Cabaret has a unique appeal
Crazy Horse Cabaret has a tradition of hosting guest stars, including Ariel Dombasley, Conchita Wurst, Pamela Anderson and Dita Von Teese, who played prominent roles in the cabaret’s 65th-anniversary celebration in 2015. Directors like Christian Louboutin and Chantal Thomas.
For those who don’t know about the Crazy Horse Cabaret, it’s a storied institution in Paris where women perform to entertain people, usually in revealing clothes. However, it is not so much vulgar as inappropriate costumes and performances are crafted with precision to incorporate the artistic nature of song, dance and composition to create a masterpiece.
BLINKs Unite: The Global Fandom’s Excitement
Lisa’s appearance at Crazy Horse Cabaret is a landmark moment for K-pop and promises to be a memorable spectacle. BLACKPINK’s loyal fans, who named themselves BLINKs, strongly supported Lisa’s upcoming performance Many of them have even expressed their interest in possible online streaming availability.
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