An Asian girl as the next American star? Yes, you heard right. The South Korean band member, also known as Lalisa Manoban was born in Thailand in 1997, made her career in Asia and now has millions of fans across the United States. After the collaboration with Selena Gomez and her band Blackpink ‘Ice-Cream’, the world was shocked. In 2021, she has more surprises coming in. Watch the video below!
Koreans are known for their clear skin and unique features. But lisa is from Thailand! The rapper’s beauty is a manifestation of it. Laliz loves to wear makeup. She owns the most amount of makeup amongst her band members: Jennie, Jisoo, and Rose.
The K-pop star loves to change her hair color often, and can pull off various shades of lipsticks gracefully. Her dancing skills are famous worldwide, as she is considered the best female dancer and the most beautiful woman in Asia. Her incredible talent, beauty and dance routines have amazed everyone!
Lalisa is a beauty with brains. Speaks four languages, English, Korean, Thai, and Japanese. Some of her famous songs are, ‘Boombayah’, ‘DDU-DU DDU-DU’, ‘Kill this Love’ and ‘How you like that’. This mixture might be also the key to success of Asian bands in America like BTS who just released their single "Dynamite", their first song in English.
She recently collaborated with the talented American singer, Selena Gomez, and they named the song ‘ice-cream’. Her powerful vocals and stunning looks have earned her a well-deserved position in the music industry. And now, it's the time to conquer America.
She received several offers from cosmetic brands to collaborate with them and this could be one of the cases where she leaves her group and starts a solo career, not only singing, but also modelling.
Beauty standards are changing into more inclusive, alternative and with an important racial mix that we embrace. Let's remember that United States was founded by immigrants and the mix of people made the country so special! Lisa might even get an American passport under the visa for "exceptional skills" and might move to the United States permanently. Ready to see her skills? Watch the video below!