The sleek solo tune also registered 5.3 million on-demand streams in the week ending Nov. 22. That's up 17 percent from last week, when it pulled 4.5 million on-demand streams, but only had four days of streaming after its Nov. 12 release.
While BLACKPINK has the most No. 1s on World Digital Song Sales -- with four to date -- the 22-year-old now becomes just the second solo female K-pop act, and first as the lead artist, to top the chart. Only CL has hit No. 1 on World Digital Songs when she featured on PSY's "Daddy," that ruled the ranking for two weeks in late 2015. Jennie is just the sixth Korean solo act to hit No. 1 after PSY, CL, G-Dragon, Taeyang, J-Hope and, now, Jennie.
Elsewhere, the singer-rapper spends a second week on the YouTube Songs chart. After debuting at No. 2 last week just behind DJ Snake's massive "Taki Taki" hit with Selena Gomez, Cardi B and Ozuna, "Solo" drops to No. 11. Perhaps spurred by the continuing interest in Jennie's release, BLACKPINK's "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du" video returns to the YouTube chart this week too at No. 24 for its twelfth, non-consecutive week.
Check out Jennie bring "Solo" to life live on Korean music program Inkigayo below: