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Hot 100 First-Timers: JENNIE & Lily-Rose Depp Each Earn First Hot 100 Chart Hit With ‘One of the Girls’

Mr. Nimbus | 12/29/2023

JENNIE and Lily-Rose Depp each visit the Billboard Hot 100 for the first time thanks to their collaboration with The Weeknd, “One of the Girls,” from HBO’s The Idol.

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The song, released in June via HBO/XO/Republic Records, debuts at No. 100 with 6 million U.S. streams and 1.5 million radio audience impressions Dec. 15-21, according to Luminate.

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While the song earns JENNIE her first solo entry on the Hot 100, she’s made nine trips to the chart as a member of BLACKPINK. Here’s a recap of the group’s history on the ranking, listed by peak position:

BLACKPINK’s Hot 100 Chart Hits:
“Ice Cream,” with Selena Gomez, No. 13 peak, 2020
“Pink Venom,” No. 22, 2022
“Shut Down,” No. 25, 2022
“How You Like That,” No. 33, 2020
“Sour Candy,” with Lady Gaga, No. 33, 2020
“Kill This Love,” No. 41, 2019
“DDU-DU DDU-DU,” No. 55, 2018
“Lovesick Girls,” No. 59, 2020
“Kiss and Make Up,” with Dua Lipa, No. 93, 2018

BLACKPINK has also charted four albums on the Billboard 200, including two top 10s: The Album (No. 2 peak in 2020) and Born Pink (No. 1, 2022).

Outside of BLACKPINK, JENNIE has charted two other solo songs on Billboard’s charts. “Solo” spent a week at No. 1 on the World Digital Song Sales chart in 2018 and “You & Me” crowned Billboard Global Excl. U.S. for week this October. The latter also peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard Global 200.

As for Lily-Rose Depp, “One of the Girls” became her first overall chart hit in July when it debuted at No. 14 on the Hot R&B Songs chart—it now ranks at No. 7 on the latest list, after reaching No. 6.

The song is featured in the fourth episode of The Idol and was released after the episode premiered June 23. Depp starred in the series as the Jocelyn, an up-and-coming pop star, while The Weeknd (credited under his real name, Abel Tesfaye) starred as Tedros, a nightclub owner and talent scout. JENNIE portrayed Dyanne, a backup dancer and friend of Jocelyn. The series aired five episodes on HBO and Max this June and July and was canceled in August after one season.

Despite the show’s cancellation, the song has continued to surge thanks in part to growing popularity on TikTok. The track has soundtracked over 80,000 clips on the platform, while another version has been used in over 90,000. On Dec. 8, the trio released four additional mixes of the song: sped-up, slowed, instrumental and a cappella versions.

Prior to starring in The Idol, Depp starred in the films The King, Silent Night and Voyagers, among others. This isn’t her first foray into music; she sang three songs for the soundtrack of the 2016 Kevin Smith comedy-horror film Yoga Hosers, in which she starred with Harley Quinn Smith. Depp’s parents – Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis – also star in the movie.

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Written by Mr. Nimbus




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