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Stray Kids

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06/22/2022

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Stray Kids are a K-pop and rap group formed in 2017 in South Korea by JYP Entertainment, sharing their name with the reality TV show through which they were put together. Their first EP Mixtape (2018) went to number two on the Korean Chart and Billboard's World Albums Chart. Follow-up I Am Not (2018), the first in a trilogy of EPs, reached number four on the Korean Chart and number five on the World Albums Chart, while I Am Who peaked at number three on the Korean Chart and number five on the World Albums Chart and I Am You hit number two on the Korean Chart and number eight on the World Albums Chart. Their 2019 EP Clé 1: Miroh topped the Korean Chart and went to number three on the World Albums Chart upon its release in March 2019 while the title track reached number two on the World Singles Chart. Many of their singles are accompanied by videos, and they performed in Japan ahead of a planned North American tour in 2019, returning in June 2019 with the second project in the Clé series: Yellow Wood. Originally a nine-piece, the boy band said goodbye to founding member Woojin before the end of the year, and they returned without him in November for the new single “Astronaut”, which was swiftly followed by the Clé: Levanter EP, the final instalment in this chapter of their career. After recording a number of English-language versions of their songs in early 2020, they packaged some of their greatest hits into the compilation SKZ2020. Maintaining a prolific release cycle in spite of the global pandemic, they unveiled their debut studio album, Go Live, in June of the same year, which went platinum within two months and spawned their first hit single in the form of “God’s Menu”. Continuing to flex their multilingual abilities, they catered to Japanese-language audiences in November 2020 with a newly translated EP, ALL IN, the title track for which was a brand-new composition. A Korean-language rendition of the track subsequently surfaced later that month.