Lalisa Manobal aka Lisa from the global phenomenon girl group BLACKPINK recently took over Spotify‘s Dope AF Playlist and shared some of her favorite songs. She’s been pretty busy with the release of her solo songs “Lalisa” and “Money,” Lisa still had time to curate a surprising playlist.
According to NYLON Manila, the playlist contains a bunch of female artists and a handful of them are Filipinas. With Lisa being a global superstar, we weren’t totally sure what kind of music we’d see on the playlist but we definitely love her wide range of taste in music. Each track shows a side of Lisa’s style as an artist. She can do pop, hip-hop, and R&B. Check out which of your favorite Filipina artists Lisa included who are Dope AF!
“When You Love Someone” ft. H.E.R. – Tone Stith
“We Made It” – H.E.R.
“deja vu” and “good 4 u” – Olivia Rodrigo
“Selfish” and “How We Used To” – Stephanie Poetri
“Chatter” – Jess Connelly
“Best Friend” ft. Doja Cat – Saweetie
“Sublime” – Jolianne, CARELESS
“GOR!LLAZ” – Karencitta
“Build a B*tch” – Bella Poarch
“You Like the Chase” – Marian Carmel
Dope AF is a playlist on Spotify that regularly highlights female Asian musicians. The description goes, “Dope, Asian, and Femme” and these ladies are killing it in the game. The songs all span from rap, hip-hop, R&B, pop, and slow jams giving everyone a track and artist for every mood. Lisa does a great job of mixing up the playlist with artists we all know while also introducing us to rising musicians.
We love to see female artists supporting other female artists! Which of the tracks above have you already heard and which ones are your new go-to? Tell us on @myxnews!
Lalisa Manoban is better known by her stage name, Lisa. Currently based in South Korea, she is a Thai rapper, singer, dancer, model, and member of BLACKPINK. Her career began in 2010, when she auditioned to join South Korean record label YG Entertainment in Thailand. Among the 4,000 applicants, she was the only individual to qualify and was offered a chance to become a YG Entertainment trainee.
In 2011, Lisa moved to South Korea to begin her formal training as a trainee, which lasted five years. She officially joined the label as their first non-ethnically Korean trainee later that year. In November 2013, she appeared in Taeyang‘s music video “Ringa Linga,” where she was one of the background dancers. From 2015-2016, Lisa ventured into modeling for street-wear and cosmetic brands. K-Pop group BLACKPINK debuted in 2016, and she became the main dancer, lead rapper, a supporting vocalist. Lisa is also the first non-Korean YG Entertainment artist/The first foreign YG Entertainment artist.
Cover Photo Credit: Lisa Instagram