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5-Star (stylized as ★★★★★) is the third Korean-language studio album (fourth overall) by South Korean boy band Stray Kids. It was released on June 2, 2023, through JYP Entertainment and Republic Records, following their seventh EP Maxident (2022). A combination of hip hop, pop, and electronica elements, 5-Star lyrically addresses themes of uniqueness, confidence, and aspirations.

On the album, 3Racha worked with songwriters and producers Versachoi, Chae Kang-hae, Restart, Zack Djurich, Millionboy, Trippy, Nickko Young, Kyle Reynolds, Chris LaRocca, and Jun2, as well as member Felix. It comprises twelve tracks, including the lead single "S-Class", the Korean version of "The Sound", originally from the group's Japanese album of the same name and "Mixtape: Time Out" from the Mixtape Project, and features a guest appearance from Tiger JK on the track "Topline".

5-Star generally received generally positive reviews from music critics. Commercially, the album peaked at number one in South Korea, Austria, Belgium, France, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Portugal, and the United States. It was certified quintuple million by Korea Music Content Association (KMCA), and gold in France, Poland, and the United States, and became the second global best-selling album in 2023, according to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI). The album won Top K-Pop Album at the 2023 Billboard Music Awards, Artist of the Year – Album from 13th Circle Chart Music Awards, and Best Album (Bonsang) at the 38th Golden Disc Awards.

Background

Stray Kids' follow-up Korean-language album to Maxident was first mentioned in an interview with the news outlet The Fact in October 2022, after the group won the Artist of the Year (Bonsang) and Fan N Star Four Star Award at The Fact Music Awards in 2022. Member Seungmin stated that they would return with an "amazing" album the following year, possibly including new sub-unit combinations and exploring new music genres.[1] On New Year's Day in 2023, the group uploaded the video "Step Out 2023" to their social media, outlining their accomplishments in 2022 and plans for the new year, including two album releases.[2]

In early March 2023, Hankook Ilbo first reported that Stray Kids had already finished filming a music video for the new album's lead single and that it was scheduled for release in April.[3] On the same day, JYP Entertainment subsequently confirmed the music video filming, although not the release date.[4] Financial analysts and researchers also estimated that the group's new album would come in the second quarter of 2023.[5][6][7] In late April, after the group concluded their Maniac World Tour, SpoTV News reported that the group would release a new album in early June.[8] JYP Entertainment confirmed the news.[9] Titled 5-Star, the album was formally announced via a trailer on April 28, set to be released on June 2.[10] The title refers to the lead single "S-Class", playing around two words "special" and "star".[11]

Music and lyrics

Tiger JK (pictured) features on the fifth track "Topline".

5-Star is 36 minutes and 35 seconds long, consisting of twelve tracks in the genres of hip hop, pop, and electronica.[12][13] 3Racha—an in-house production team of Stray Kids members Bang Chan, Changbin, and Han—wrote and produced all songs on the album. Other contributors include Versachoi, Chae Kang-hae, Restart, Zack Djurich, Millionboy, Trippy, Nickko Young, Kyle Reynolds, Chris LaRocca, and Jun2, as well as member Felix who participated in two tracks, "Super Bowl" and "FNF". Korean-American rapper Tiger JK features on and co-wrote the fifth track "Topline".[14] A "strange yet special" release, the album centered on the theme of the group's uniqueness, confidence, aspirations, and achieving their goal, based on their discourse of growth and identity.[15][11]

Songs

The opening track, "Hall of Fame", is a fusion of R&B and trap metal,[16] expressing Stray Kids' ambition to make their own history and engrave their names on the hall of fame.[11] It includes lyrical references to American inventor and businessman Thomas Edison and astronaut Neil Armstrong, English playwright and poet William Shakespeare and theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking, Italian astronomer and physicist Galileo Galilei, and South Korean professional League of Legends player Faker.[17] "S-Class" is a hip-hop track with elements of boom bap, old school, and pop,[18] expressing Stray Kids' confidence and "emphasiz[ing] their specialness",[19] and containing a message of being "the most eccentric among the unusual kids, and the brightest among the special kids".[20] "Item", a video game-themed hip hop track,[16] displays their confidence of synergy and ability on [their] own without any special items.[11]

Originally titled "God's Menu" as their lead single from the first studio album Go Live (2020) and showed homage to the American football championship game of the same name, "Super Bowl" compares Stray Kids' music as cooking and a food dish,[11] driven by techno sound,[16] and including whispering in a manner similar to ASMR.[21] "Topline" is a minimalistic boom bap, old-school and East-Coast hip-hop track,[16] comparing their ambition to drawing a line on the top,[11] while "DLC", short for "Dance Like Crazy", is a moombahton, deep house, and tropical house song with Eurodance influences, driven by piano, flute-like synth, and brass.[16][22] The song expresses a feeling of leaving any worries behind and dancing like crazy.[23][11] "Get Lit", a mix of moombahton and bounce EDM,[16] depicts an "escape from cramped daily life and dying today",[24] while "Collision" is a jazzy R&B track featuring saxophone sample,[22][16] conveying the theme of relationship conflict as the collision of two planets.[11]

A tribute to the bushfire season from 2019 to 2020 in Australia, "FNF", shortened for "flora and fauna",[21] expresses a feeling of regret and longing felt by seeing animals and plants lose their lives due to the wildfire with EDM sound.[22][25] The piano-and-guitar ballad, "Youtiful", a portmanteau of "you" and "beautiful", talks about self-esteem,[11] intending to show "warm and comfortable support and consolation" of how everyone is beautiful and amazing as they are.[26][16] "The Sound" is an electronic rock track,[27] depicting the group's confidence and attitude toward their music.[28] The album closes with "Mixtape: Time Out", a punkpop rock track, reminiscing about Stray Kids' trip to Gangwon-do before beginning the promotion of their EP Oddinary.[29]

Release and promotion

On April 28, 2023, Stray Kids uploaded a three-minute trailer to announce 5-Star.[30] Based on Korean game I Am Ground, the trailer sees the members each introducing themselves with their chosen nickname in individual shots before uniting in the same scene.[31][32] Pre-orders of album opened on the same day as the trailer's release, being made available in five versions with 12 different covers: limited, standard A, B and C, and eight digipacks.[33] The album's Solar System-styled track listing, constellation-styled scheduler, and digital cover artwork were posted to social media on April 30. The track listing confirmed "S-Class" as the lead single, and included the Korean version of "The Sound", originally from their Japanese album of the same name and the 2022 single "Mixtape: Time Out" from the Mixtape Project as part of the album.[34]

Prior to the release, the group teased snippets of five tracks of 5-Star via the series "Unveil: Track": "DLC",[35] "FNF",[36] "Get Lit",[37] "Topline",[38] and "Youtiful",[39] as well as the other tracks via the live action-and-comics-fusion mashup video.[40] The album's teaser photos were revealed in four sets. The first depicts the members wearing colorful outfits and posing in front of 1980s-styled backgrounds combining Korean traditional art and everyday life items.[41][42] The second, alongside accompanying mood films, shows the melancholy-eyed members, wearing "mix-and-matched" outfits, posting on the street at night illuminated by street light.[43][44] The third expresses the members, wearing the same outfits as the trailer, posting with various music instruments and loudspeakers,[45] while the fourth shows the members in black clothes with the vintage cars background, adding oriental-styled "kitsch" illustrations of pine trees, clouds, tigers, and cranes.[46]

5-Star was released on June 2, 2023, in conjunction with the music video for "S-Class",[47] preceded by two music video teasers.[48][49] The documentary series Intro "5-Star", consisting of three episodes, was released between June 1 and 11.[50] Starting on the release date, Stray Kids promoted the album and performed the lead single at several music programs, such as Music Bank,[51][52] Show! Music Core,[53][54] Inkigayo,[55][56] and M Countdown.[57] To commemorate the release, Stray Kids partnered with Soundwave for launching a pop-up store from June 3 to 18 at Seongdong-gu, Seoul,[58] as well as launching SKZoo characters' sticker set for KakaoTalk on June 27.[59] Stray Kids' space-themed third fan meeting Pilot: For 5-Star supported the album, held at KSPO Dome from July 1 to 2, which they previously specified as a mysterious "What's Next" on the promotional scheduler,[60] and debuted the performance of "Item".[61] The group headlined the Lollapalooza music festival in Paris on July 21, performing songs from 5-Star: "S-Class", "Topline", "Item", and "Super Bowl",[62] and embarked on their all-dome concert tour 5-Star Dome Tour in South Korea and Japan from August to October.[63]

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic[64]
IZM[65]
NME[22]

South Korean music critic Kim Do-heon praised the album as "a clever piece of work" and "a well-thought-out K-pop blockbuster", because of "the performance shown by the members who claim to be madmen, the spectacular production, and the mature narrative of growth."[66] Crystal Bell from NME awarded the album five out of five stars, writing that it "will make you feel like you arrived at a party that's already in full-swing. [...] 5-Star is disorienting in that way. But once your senses adapt to the frenzy and your body syncs to the rhythm, you lose yourself in its luminescence."[22]

Writing for Ize, Kim Sung-dae revealed that he "does not want to give [5-Star] five stars as the title", and questioned, "Isn't it a blessing in some way that incompleteness can be a compliment?" He summarized that "to critics, five stars mean a perfect score, but to Stray Kids, 5-Star just means 'weird and brilliant.'"[15] Lee Jae-hoon of Newsis dubbed the album as a "K-pop adventure".[67] AllMusic's Neil Z. Young described that the album "wild ride[s] through genres and emotions," and "playing out like a hit to the head with a dozen anthems that only briefly allow for a breather."[64] Jeong Da-yeol from IZM commented the album "although the instrumental source and composition of each section with irregularities in the genre may take on a crude appearance, it took a familiar ride, arranged addictive repetitions, and hit the listeners' brains safely."[65]

Critics' rankings of 5-Star
PublicationAccoladeRankRef.
BillboardThe 25 Best K-Pop Albums of 20239[68]
PasteThe 20 Best K-pop Albums of 20235[69]

Accolades

List of awards and nominations received by 5-Star
CeremonyYearCategoryResultRef.
Asia Star Entertainer Awards2024Album of the YearWon[70]
Asian Pop Music Awards2023Best Album of the Year – OverseasNominated[71]
[72]
Best Group – OverseasWon
Record of the Year – OverseasNominated
Top 20 Albums of the YearWon
Billboard Music Awards2023Top K-Pop AlbumWon[73]
Circle Chart Music Awards2024Artist of the Year – AlbumWon[74]
Golden Disc Awards2024Best Album (Bonsang)Won[75]
iHeartRadio Music Awards2024K-Pop Album of the YearWon[76]
MAMA Awards2023Album of the YearNominated[77]
Melon Music Awards2023Millions Top 10Nominated[78]

Commercial performance

On May 30, 2023, two days before the release, JYP Entertainment reported that 5-Star had exceeded 4.93 million pre-orders, and 5.13 million two days later.[79] It became the most pre-ordered release in K-pop history, breaking the record of Seventeen's FML (2023) with 4.64 million copies.[80] Later, it was surpassed by Seventeen's EP Seventeenth Heaven in October.[81] According to the Hanteo Chart, the album sold 2,392,666 copies on its first day of release,[82] and later 4,617,499 in its first week, becoming the fastest first-week selling album in South Korea, besting FML.[83] 5-Star debuted at number one on the Circle Album Chart for the issue dated May 28 – June 3, 2023, and topped for two consecutive weeks.[84] It sold 4,330,039 copies in its first week,[85] and 5,242,486 copies in June,[86] certified quintuple million by Korea Music Content Association (KMCA).[87]

5-Star debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 for the issue dated June 17, 2023, becoming the group's third entry and third consecutive number-one album in the United States. With 249,500 equivalent album units, it marks the fourth-largest week by any album released in 2023, including 235,000 pure album sales—231,000 CDs and 4,000 digital albums—the biggest sales week of 2023 and since Taylor Swift's Midnights (2022), opened with over 1.1 million units. 5-Star is also the 19th overall non-English-language number-one album, and the third of 2023, following Karol G's Mañana Será Bonito, and Tomorrow X Together's The Name Chapter: Temptation.[88] It also topped the specific-genre World Albums.[89] The album reached number 82 on the 2023 Billboard 200 year-end chart, the highest charted K-pop album in the year.[90] 5-Star received gold certification from Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on October 27, their first album to do so.[91]

In Japan, 5-Star peaked at number two on the Oricon Albums Chart,[92] and number six on the Billboard Japan Hot Albums.[93] The album also topped in several national charts in Europe: Australia, Belgium (both Flanders and Wallonia regions), France, Greece, Hungary, Poland,[94] and Portugal,[95] as well as peaking at number two in Germany,[96] and Switzerland, and top ten in Denmark, Finland,[97] Italy, Lithuania, and the Netherlands. For the UK Albums Chart, it became their first top-40 album in the country, debuted at number 40.[98][99] In Australia, the album peaked at number two on the ARIA Albums Chart; it is the group's highest peak and their third top-50 entry after Noeasy (2021), and Maxident (2022),[100][101]

According to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI)'s Global Music Report for 2023, 5-Star was the second most-consumed album across all formats, and the second best-selling album worldwide, having sold 5.3 million units.[a][102][103]

Track listing

5-Star track listing
No.TitleLyricsMusicArrangementLength
1."Hall of Fame" (위인전)
  • Bang Chan (3Racha)
  • Changbin (3Racha)
  • Han (3Racha)
  • Bang Chan
  • Changbin
  • Han
  • Versachoi
  • Versachoi
  • Bang Chan
2:51
2."S-Class" ()
  • Bang Chan
  • Changbin
  • Han
  • Bang Chan
  • Changbin
  • Han
  • Chae Kang-hae
  • Restart
  • Chae
  • Restart
  • Bang Chan
3:16
3."Item"
  • Bang Chan
  • Changbin
  • Han
  • Bang Chan
  • Changbin
  • Han
  • Versachoi
  • Versachoi
  • Bang Chan
3:12
4."Super Bowl"
  • Bang Chan
  • Changbin
  • Han
  • Felix
  • Bang Chan
  • Changbin
  • Han
  • Zack Djurich
  • Djurich
  • Bang Chan
3:03
5."Topline" (featuring Tiger JK)
  • Bang Chan
  • Changbin
  • Han
  • Tiger JK
  • Bang Chan
  • Changbin
  • Han
  • Versachoi
Versachoi3:24
6."DLC"
  • Changbin
  • Restart
  • Changbin
  • Restart
  • Restart
  • Changbin
3:06
7."Get Lit" (죽어보자)Han
  • Han
  • Chae
  • Restart
  • Chae
  • Restart
2:51
8."Collision" (충돌)Han
  • Han
  • Millionboy
Millionboy2:38
9."FNF"
  • Bang Chan
  • Felix
  • Bang Chan
  • Felix
  • Trippy
  • Trippy
  • Bang Chan
2:52
10."Youtiful"Bang Chan
  • Bang Chan
  • Nickko Young
Nickko Young3:29
11."The Sound" (Korean version)
  • Bang Chan
  • Changbin
  • Han
  • Bang Chan
  • Changbin
  • Han
  • Djurich
  • Kyle Reynolds
  • Chris LaRocca
  • Djurich
  • Reynolds
  • Bang Chan
  • LaRocca
2:58
12."Mixtape: Time Out"
  • Bang Chan
  • Changbin
  • Han
  • Bang Chan
  • Changbin
  • Han
  • Versachoi
  • Jun2
  • Versachoi
  • Bang Chan
  • Jun2
2:55
Total length:36:35

Credits and personnel

Musicians

  • Stray Kids – vocals (all), background vocals (2, 4, 11)
    • Bang Chan (3Racha) – background vocals (1, 3, 5–6, 9–10, 12), all instruments (2, 4, 10), computer programming (1–4, 9–10), bass (9), synthesizer (9), drum (9), vocal directing (10)
    • Changbin (3Racha) – background vocals (1, 3, 5–6), vocal directing (10)
    • Han (3Racha) – background vocals (1, 3, 5–8), vocal directing (10)
    • Felix – background vocals (5, 9)
    • Seungmin – background vocals (6)
  • Versachoi – synthesizer (1, 3, 5), drum (1, 3, 5, 12), bass (1, 3, 5), computer programming (1, 3, 5, 12)
  • Chae Kang-hae – all instruments (2, 7), computer programming (2, 7)
  • Restart – all instruments (2, 5, 7), computer programming (2, 5, 7)
  • Zack Djurich – all instruments (4, 10), computer programming (4, 10)
  • Millionboy – all instruments (8)
  • Trippy – bass (9), synthesizer (9), drum (9), piano (9), computer programming (9)
  • Nickko Young – guitar (10, 12), piano (10), drum (10)
  • Kim Hong-seo – bass (10)
  • Lee Jae-myung – bass (12)

Technical

  • Lee Kyeong-won – digital editing (1, 3–5, 8–12)
  • Restart – digital editing (2, 6–7)
  • Bang Chan (3Racha) – digital editing (2, 11), recording (12)
  • Lee Sang-yeop – recording (1, 10)
  • Goo Hye-jin – recording (2–3, 5–7, 9, 11)
  • Lim Chan-mi – recording (4, 7–8)
  • Park Jae-seon – recording (5)
  • Yoon Won-kwon – mixing (1, 3–5, 7–9)
  • Manny Marroquin – mixing (2)
  • Jay-P Gu – mixing (6, 10)
  • Curtis Douglas – mixing (11)
  • MasterKey – mixing (12)
  • Chris Galland – mix engineering (2)
    • Ramiro Fernandez-Seoane – assistant
  • Kwon Nam-woo – mastering (1, 3–10, 12)
  • Dave Kutch – mastering (2, 11)
  • Shin Bong-won – Dolby Atmos mixing (all)
    • Park Nam-joon – assistant

Locations

  • JYP Publishing (KOMCA) – original publishing (all), sub-publishing (all)
  • Copyright Control – original publishing (2, 4, 6–7, 10–11), sub-publishing (2, 4, 6–7, 10–11)
  • Feel Ghood Music (KOMCA) – original publishing (5), sub-publishing (5)
  • Mixed Metaphor Music (BMI) – original publishing (11)
  • Kyle Reynolds Music (BMI) – original publishing (11)
  • Kilometre Music Group B / Little Italy Music Inc. (SOCAN) – original publishing (11)
  • JYPE Studios – recording (1–11)
  • Feel Ghood Studio – recording (5)
  • Channie's "Room" – recording (12)
  • Studio DDeepKick – mixing (1, 3–5, 7–9)
  • Larrabee Studios – mixing (2)
  • Klang Studio – mixing (6, 10)
  • 821 Sound – mixing (12), mastering (1, 3–10, 12)
  • The Mastering Palace – mastering (2, 11)
  • Glab Studios – Dolby Atmos mixing (all)

Charts

Certifications and sales

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Certifications and sales for 5-Star
RegionCertificationCertified units/sales
France (SNEP)[149]Gold50,000
Japan
Physical
207,554[150]
Japan
Digital
4,122[151]
Poland (ZPAV)[152]Gold10,000
South Korea (KMCA)[154]5× Million5,258,829[153]
United States (RIAA)[156]Gold526,000[155]
Summaries
Worldwide (IFPI)5,300,000[103]

Sales+streaming figures based on certification alone.

Release history

Release dates and formats for 5-Star
RegionDateFormatVersionLabelRef.
VariousJune 2, 2023
  • Limited
  • A
  • B
  • C
[157][33]
South KoreaCDDigipack[158]
United StatesJune 6, 2023Digital downloadExclusive digital[159]
July 7, 2023CDDigipack[160]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ The IFPI Global Albums chart ranks, in order, the albums that generated the most money globally across streaming, download, and physical record sales (combined) in a calendar year. The Global Album Sales Chart measures global unit sales across all physical formats, as well as full album downloads.

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Artist(s)

Veröffentlichungen von Stray Kids die im OTRS erhältlich sind/waren:

5-Star

Stray Kids auf Wikipedia (oder andere Quellen):

Stray Kids (koreanisch 스트레이 키즈), abgekürzt SKZ, ist eine südkoreanische Boygroup der vierten K-Pop-Generation unter JYP Entertainment, die 2017 im Zuge der gleichnamigen Reality-Show gebildet wurde. Die Gruppe besteht aus acht Mitgliedern: Bang Chan, Lee Know, Changbin, Hyunjin, Han, Felix, Seungmin und I.N. Stray Kids veröffentlichten die Pre-Debut-EP Mixtape im Januar 2018, und debütierten offiziell am 25. März mit I Am Not.[1][2] Sie brachten am 5. August 2018 ihr zweites Album I Am Who heraus und am 22. Oktober 2018 ihr drittes Album I Am You.[3] Das Album 5-Star (Release: 2. Juni 2023) zählt mit über 5.13 Millionen Vorbestellungen als das meistverkaufte K-Pop-Album. Gründungsmitglied Woojin verließ die Gruppe am 28. Oktober 2019.

Die Hip-Hop-Subgruppe 3RACHA besteht aus drei Stray-Kids-Mitgliedern (Bang Chan, Changbin und Han). Diese sind zugleich Stray Kids’ Songwriter-Trio und waren bis dato in jedem Song der Gruppe sowohl beim Verfassen der Texte, als auch als Produzenten involviert.[4]

Geschichte

2017: Entstehung im Zuge einer Reality-Show

Im August 2017 gab JYP Entertainment offiziell bekannt, dass durch die neue Survival-Show der Agentur eine Boygroup entstehen sollte. In den folgenden zwei Monaten wurden weitere Informationen und Teaser veröffentlicht, darunter auch der Titel der Survival-Show – Stray Kids.[5][6][7]

Vor ihrem Debüt brachten sie ihr erstes Musikvideo zu dem Song Hellevator heraus, der später als digitale Single veröffentlicht wurde.

Die Show Stray Kids begann am 17. Oktober 2017. Während der Show wurden zeitweise zwei Mitglieder – Felix und Lee Know – ausgeschlossen. Sie wurden später wieder miteinbezogen und somit waren alle neun Mitglieder auch Teil der endgültigen Formation.[8][9][10]

2018: Mixtape, I Am Not, I Am Who und I Am You

Nach der Erstellung der offiziellen Website kündigte JYP Entertainment die Pre-Debut-EP Mixtape an. Auf dieser EP finden sich sieben Titel, deren Texte und Melodien zum größten Teil von den Mitgliedern selbst geschrieben wurden, darunter auch „Hellevator“ und andere Songs, die sie während der Survival-Show gespielt haben.[11] Neben dieser EP wurde am 8. Januar auch das Musikvideo für den zweiten Track – Beware (Grrr 총량의 법칙) – und eine Woche später das Musikvideo für Spread My Wings (어린 날개) veröffentlicht.[1][12][13] Das Mixtape stieg auf Platz 2 des Gaon Album Charts und der Billboard World Albums ein.[14][15]

Am 5. März gab JYP Entertainment die Debüt-Darbietung der Gruppe mit dem Titel Stray Kids Unveil: Op. 01: I Am NOT bekannt, die am 25. März in der Jangchun-Arena stattfand.[16] Stray Kids veröffentlichten ihr Debütalbum – I Am Not – einen Tag darauf. Am 26. März kam auch das Musikvideo für den Titeltrack District 9 heraus, das den Rekord für das meistgesehene K-Pop-Debüt-Musikvideo mit 4.274.649 Klicks innerhalb von 24 Stunden brach.[17] Am 30. März wurde das Musikvideo für Grow Up (잘 하고 있어) hochgeladen.[18] Das Musikvideo für Mirror wurde am 22. April veröffentlicht.[19]

Am 5. August 2018 fand die Comebackstage Stray Kids Unveil: Op. 02: I Am WHO statt. Stray Kids veröffentlichte ihr neues Album I Am Who zusammen mit dem Musikvideo des Titeltracks My Pace einen Tag später. Nach und nach wurden für alle Tracks auf dem neuen Album I Am Who Musikvideos veröffentlicht. Am 12. August wurde Insomnia (Street Ver.) hochgeladen, am 15. August Voices (Performance Video), kurz darauf, am 19. August M.I.A (Performance Video), als Nächstes, am 22. August das Video Questions (Street Ver.), Awkward Silence kam am 27. August online und am 5. September wurde sogar für den Album only Track Mixtape #2 ein Video veröffentlicht.

Das dritte und abschließende Album der I-Am-Trilogie, I Am You, kam gemeinsam mit dem Musikvideo zum gleichnamigen Titeltrack am 22. Oktober 2018 heraus.[20]

Konzept und Thema der I-Am-Trilogie

Thematisch beschäftigen sich die I-Am-Alben mit der Frage nach der eigenen Identität. I Am Not beschreibt die Erkenntnis, nicht der Mensch zu sein, für den man sich zuvor hielt. I Am Who knüpft daran an und stellt die Frage, wer man denn nun eigentlich sei. Diese Frage versucht I Am You zu beantworten und schlägt vor, sich selbst durch andere Menschen zu finden. Gemeint ist damit, Gemeinsamkeiten mit anderen Personen zu finden, sich gegenseitig zu verstehen und zu unterstützen. Dadurch fände man Schritt für Schritt auch mehr über sich selbst heraus.[21]

Dabei betont Bang Chan, dass dieser Ansatz lediglich Orientierung auf dem Weg zu eigenen Identität bieten soll und auch, dass die Selbstfindung damit nicht abgeschlossen sei.[22]

2019: Clé 1: MIROH und Woojins Ausstieg

Stray Kids bei The Fact Music Awards (2019)

Am 25. März, ihrem einjährigen Jubiläum, wurde Stray Kids’ vierte EP Clé 1: Miroh veröffentlicht.[23] Mit sieben Liedern plus dem exklusiv auf dem Album enthaltenen Song Mixtape #4 startete eine neue Ära in Stray Kids musikalischer Reise. Nachdem das Musikvideo des Titeltracks Miroh den bisherigen persönlichen Rekord der meisten Views in den ersten 24 Stunden gebrochen hatte, bekam die Gruppe am 4. April ihren ersten Sieg in einer Musikshow.[24] Das Datum 4419 hatte für Stray Kids und den Fanclub Stay schon zuvor eine besondere Bedeutung, da der Song „4419“ aus der Pre-Debüt-EP Mixtape davon erzählt, wie Bang Chans Freunde nacheinander ihr Debüt feiern konnten und er nun alleine im Bus sitzt.

Am 28. Oktober 2019 gab JYP Entertainment bekannt, dass Woojin die Gruppe aus persönlichen Gründen verlassen habe und sein Vertrag aufgelöst wurde. Weiter hieß es, dass die Veröffentlichung des neuen Mini-Albums Clé: Levanter vom 25. November auf den 9. Dezember 2019 verschoben wurde.[25]

2020: Debüt in Japan und Go Live

Stray Kids veröffentlichen die englische Version von „Double Knot“ und „Levanter“ als digitale Single Step Out of Clé, zusammen mit einer englischen Version des Musikvideos für „Double Knot“ am 24. Januar 2020.[26]

Am 18. März 2020 hatte die Gruppe ihr Debüt in Japan mit dem Album SKZ2020, welches eine Zusammenstellung von neuen Aufnahmen älterer Titel der Gruppe sowie japanische Versionen der Titel „My Pace“, „Double Knot“ und „Levanter“ enthält.[27]

Das Mixtape Projekt „Mixtape: On Track“ (koreanischer Titel: 바보라도 알아) wurde am 26. März 2020 veröffentlicht.[28]

Stray Kids veröffentlichen am 3. Juni 2020 ihr erstes japanisches Single-Album, welches den Titel „Top“ trägt. Dieses wird als Titelmusik für den Anime Tower of God verwendet.[29] Eine koreanische Version wurde am 13. Mai[30] und eine englische am 20. Mai veröffentlicht.[31][32]

Am 17. Juni 2020 veröffentlicht die Gruppe ihr erstes Studioalbum Go Live (GO生) mit dem Titelsong „God's Menu“ (神메뉴).[33] Das Album enthält unter anderem die koreanischen Versionen von „Top“ und „Slump“ sowie die zuvor veröffentlichten Titel „Gone Days“ und „On Track“.

Mitglieder

KünstlernameGeburtsname[34]Geburtsdatum (Alter)[34]GeburtsortPosition[35]
Bang Chan (방찬)Christopher Chan Bahng3. Oktober 1997 (26)Korea Sud SeoulLeader, Lead Vocalist, Lead Dancer, Rapper
Lee Know (리노)Lee Min-ho (이민호)25. Oktober 1998 (25)Korea Sud GimpoMain Dancer, Vocalist, Rapper
Changbin (창빈)Seo Chang-bin (서창빈)11. August 1999 (24)Korea Sud YonginMain Rapper
Hyunjin (현진)Hwang Hyun-jin (황현진)20. März 2000 (24)Korea Sud SeoulMain Dancer, Lead Rapper, Visual
Han ()Han Ji-sung (한지성)14. September 2000 (23)Korea Sud IncheonMain Rapper, Lead Vocalist
Felix (필릭스)Lee Felix YongBok(이용복)15. September 2000 (23)AustralienAustralien SydneyLead Rapper, Lead Dancer
Seungmin (승민)Kim Seung-min (김승민)22. September 2000 (23)Korea Sud SeoulMain Vocalist
I.N (아이엔)Yang Jeong-in (양정인)8. Februar 2001 (23)Korea Sud BusanLead Vocalist, Maknae
Ehemalige Mitglieder
Woojin (우진)Kim Woo-jin (김우진)8. April 1997 (27)Korea Sud DaejeonMain Vocalist

Diskografie

Studioalben

JahrTitel
Musiklabel
Höchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartplatzierungenChartplatzierungen[36]
(Jahr, Titel, Musiklabel, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
 KR JP DE AT CH UK US
Südkoreanische Alben
2020Go
JYP Entertainment
KR1
Dreifachplatin
×3
Dreifachplatin

(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2020KR
JP6
(5 Wo.)JP
DE13
(3 Wo.)DE
AT27
(2 Wo.)AT
CH43
(2 Wo.)CH
Erstveröffentlichung: 17. Juni 2020
Format: CD, Download, Streaming
Verkäufe: + 750.000
In
JYP Entertainment, Dreamus
KR1
Dreifachplatin
×3
Dreifachplatin

(176 Wo.)KR
Erstveröffentlichung: 14. September 2020
Format: CD, Download, Streaming
Wiederveröffentlichung von Go
Verkäufe: + 750.000
2021Noeasy
JYP Entertainment, Dreamus
KR1
Diamant
Diamant

(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2021KR
DE64
(1 Wo.)DE
AT12
(8 Wo.)AT
CH10
(12 Wo.)CH
Erstveröffentlichung: 23. August 2021
Format: CD, Download, Streaming
Verkäufe: + 1.000.000
20235-Star
JYP Entertainment, Dreamus
KR1
Fünffachdiamant
×5
Fünffachdiamant

(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2023KR
DE2
(18 Wo.)DE
AT1
(14 Wo.)AT
CH2
(13 Wo.)CH
UK40
(1 Wo.)UK
US1
Gold
Gold

(16 Wo.)US
Erstveröffentlichung: 2. Juni 2023
Format: CD, Download, Streaming
Verkäufe: + 5.560.000
Japanische Alben
2023The Sound
Epic Japan
JP1
Doppelplatin
×2
Doppelplatin

(51 Wo.)JP
Erstveröffentlichung: 22. Februar 2023
Format: CD, Blu-Ray, Download, Streaming
Verkäufe: + 500.000

Kompilationen

JahrTitel
Musiklabel
Höchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartsChartplatzierungen[36]
(Jahr, Titel, Musiklabel, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
 JP
2019Unveil Stray Kids
Epic Records Japan
Erstveröffentlichung: 19. September 2019
Format: Download, Streaming
2020SKZ2020
Epic Records Japan
JP3
Gold
Gold

(159 Wo.)JP
Erstveröffentlichung: 18. März 2020
Format: CD, Download, Streaming
Verkäufe: + 100.000
2021SKZ2021
JYP
Erstveröffentlichung: 23. Dezember 2021
Format: Download, Streaming
2022SKZ-Replay
JYP
Erstveröffentlichung: 21. Dezember 2022
Format: Download, Streaming

EPs

JahrTitel
Musiklabel
Höchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartplatzierungenChartplatzierungen[37]
(Jahr, Titel, Musiklabel, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
 KR JP DE AT CH UK US
Südkoreanische EPs
2018Mixtape
JYP Entertainment, Genie Music
KR2
(219 Wo.)KR
JP47
(1 Wo.)JP
Erstveröffentlichung: 8. Januar 2018
Format: CD, Download, Streaming
I Am Not
JYP Entertainment, Iriver
KR4
Platin
Platin

(261 Wo.)KR
Erstveröffentlichung: 26. März 2018
Format: CD, Download, Streaming
Verkäufe: + 250.000
I Am Who
JYP Entertainment, Iriver
KR3
Platin
Platin

(233 Wo.)KR
JP34
(1 Wo.)JP
Erstveröffentlichung: 6. August 2018
Format: CD, Download, Streaming
Verkäufe: + 250.000
I Am You
JYP Entertainment, Iriver
KR2
Platin
Platin

(221 Wo.)KR
JP34
(1 Wo.)JP
Erstveröffentlichung: 22. Oktober 2018
Format: CD, Download, Streaming
Verkäufe: + 250.000
2019Clé 1: Miroh
JYP Entertainment, Iriver
KR1
Platin
Platin

(199 Wo.)KR
JP15
(2 Wo.)JP
Erstveröffentlichung: 25. März 2019
Format: CD, Download, Streaming
Verkäufe: + 250.000
Clé 2: Yellow Wood
JYP Entertainment, Dreamus
KR2
Platin
Platin

(146 Wo.)KR
JP17
(2 Wo.)JP
Erstveröffentlichung: 19. Juni 2019
Format: CD, Download, Streaming
Verkäufe: + 250.000
Clé: Levanter
JYP Entertainment
KR1
Platin
Platin

(174 Wo.)KR
JP17
(2 Wo.)JP
Erstveröffentlichung: 9. Dezember 2019
Format: CD, Download, Streaming
Verkäufe: + 250.000
2022Oddinary
JYP Entertainment
KR1
Diamant
Diamant

(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2022KR
DE43
(1 Wo.)DE
AT11
(13 Wo.)AT
CH10
(12 Wo.)CH
UK95
(1 Wo.)UK
US1
(7 Wo.)US
Erstveröffentlichung: 18. März 2022
Format: CD, Download, Streaming
Verkäufe: + 1.000.000
Maxident
JYP Entertainment
KR1
Dreifachdiamant
×3
Dreifachdiamant

(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2022KR
DE73
(1 Wo.)DE
AT14
(4 Wo.)AT
CH9
(2 Wo.)CH
UK85
(1 Wo.)UK
US1
(6 Wo.)US
Erstveröffentlichung: 7. Oktober 2022
Format: CD, Download, Streaming
Verkäufe: + 3.000.000
2023Rock-Star
JYP Entertainment
KR1
Vierfachdiamant
×4
Vierfachdiamant

(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufig/2023KR
DE2
(17 Wo.)DE
AT1
(16 Wo.)AT
CH4
(14 Wo.)CH
UK69
(1 Wo.)UK
US1
Gold
Gold

(14 Wo.)US
Erstveröffentlichung: 10. November 2023
Verkäufe: + 4.500.000
Japanische EPs
2020All In
JYP Entertainment, Epic Records Japan
JP2
Gold
Gold

(139 Wo.)JP
Erstveröffentlichung: 4. November 2020
Format: CD (+DVD), Download, Streaming
Verkäufe: + 100.000
2022Circus
Epic Records Japan
JP2
Platin
Platin

(83 Wo.)JP
Erstveröffentlichung: 22. Juni 2022
Format: CD, Download, Streaming
Verkäufe: + 250.000
2023Social Path / Super Bowl (Japanese Ver.)
Epic Records Japan
JP1
Diamant
Diamant

(27 Wo.)JP
Erstveröffentlichung: 6. September 2023
Format: CD, Download, Streaming
feat. LiSA; Verkäufe: + 1.000.000

Single-Alben

JahrTitel
Musiklabel
Höchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartsChartplatzierungen[36]
(Jahr, Titel, Musiklabel, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
 KR
2020Step Out of Clé
JYP Entertainment, Dreamus
Erstveröffentlichung: 24. Januar 2020
Format: Download, Streaming
2021Christmas EveL
JYP Entertainment, Dreamus
KR1
Dreifachplatin
×3
Dreifachplatin

(86 Wo.)KR
Erstveröffentlichung: 29. November 2021
Format: CD, Download
Verkäufe: + 750.000

Singles

JahrTitel
Album
Höchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartplatzierungenChartplatzierungen[38]
(Jahr, Titel, Album, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
 KR JP DE AT CH UK US
2020TOP -Japanese ver.-
All In
JP1
Gold
Gold

(196 Wo.)JP
Erstveröffentlichung: 3. Juni 2020
Verkäufe: + 100.000
2021Thunderous (소리꾼)
Noeasy
KR33
(3 Wo.)KR
JP
Gold (Streaming)
Gold (Streaming)
JP
Erstveröffentlichung: 23. August 2021
Scars
JP2
Gold
Gold

(111 Wo.)JP
Erstveröffentlichung: 13. Oktober 2021
Verkäufe: + 100.000
Christmas EveL
Christmas EveL
KR114
(1 Wo.)KR
Erstveröffentlichung: 29. November 2021
Winter Falls
Christmas EveL
KR151
(1 Wo.)KR
Erstveröffentlichung: 29. November 2021
2022Maniac
Oddinary
KR29
(1 Wo.)KR
JP
Gold (Streaming)
Gold (Streaming)
JP
DE—⁠aDEUK98
(1 Wo.)UK
US
Gold
Gold
US
Erstveröffentlichung: 18. März 2022
Verkäufe: + 500.000
Case 143
Maxident
KR20
(2 Wo.)KR
JP
Doppelplatin (Streaming)
×2
Doppelplatin (Streaming)
JP
Erstveröffentlichung: 7. Oktober 2022
2023S-Class ()
5-Star
KR34
(5 Wo.)KR
JP
Gold (Streaming)
Gold (Streaming)
JP
DEbDEUK100
(1 Wo.)UK
Erstveröffentlichung: 2. Juni 2023
Lalalala (락 (樂))
Rock-Star
KR6
(3 Wo.)KR
AT73
(1 Wo.)AT
CH78
(1 Wo.)CH
UK44
(1 Wo.)UK
US90
(1 Wo.)US
Erstveröffentlichung: 10. November 2023
a 
Maniac konnte sich nicht in den offiziellen deutschen Singlecharts platzieren, erreichte jedoch Rang vier der Single-Trend-Charts (25. März 2022).[39]
b 
S-Class konnte sich nicht in den offiziellen deutschen Singlecharts platzieren, erreichte jedoch Rang 14 der Single-Trend-Charts (9. Juni 2023).[40]

Weitere Singles

  • 2017: Hellevator
  • 2018: District 9
  • 2018: My Pace
  • 2018: I Am You
  • 2019: Miroh
  • 2019: Side Effects (부작용)
  • 2019: Double Knot
  • 2019: Levanter (바람)
  • 2019: Mixtape: Gone Days
  • 2020: God’s Menu (神메뉴) (US:GoldGold)
  • 2020: Mixtape: On Track (바보라도 알아)
  • 2020: Back Door (JP:Gold (Streaming)Gold (Streaming))
  • 2021: All In
  • 2021: Going Dumb
  • 2021: Mixtape: Oh ()
  • 2022: Your Eyes
  • 2022: Circus
  • 2022: Mixtape: Time Out
  • 2022: Maxident
  • 2023: The Sound
  • 2023: Super Bowl
  • 2023: Social Path (feat. LiSA)

Musikvideos

JahrTitelAlbumRegisseurAnmerkungen
2017HellevatorMixtapeOJun Kwon (AR Film)Music Video, Erstveröffentlichung: 6. Oktober 2017[41]
2018BewareJimmy (BS Pictures)Performance Video, Erstveröffentlichung: 7. Januar 2018[42]
Spread My WingsPerformance Video, Erstveröffentlichung: 15. Januar 2018[43]
District 9I Am NotKim Yongsoo (Highqualityfish)Debut MV, Erstveröffentlichung: 26. März 2018[44]
Grow UpMusic Video, Erstveröffentlichung: 30. März 2018[45]
MirrorPerformance Video, Erstveröffentlichung: 22. April 2018[46]
My PaceI Am WhoComeback Video, Erstveröffentlichung: 6. August 2018[47]
VoicesPerformance Video, Erstveröffentlichung: 15. August 2018[48]
M.I.APerformance Video, Erstveröffentlichung: 19. August 2018[49]
Awkward SilenceMusic Video, Erstveröffentlichung: 27. August 2018[50]
Mixtape #2Special Video, Erstveröffentlichung: 5. September 2018[51]
I Am YouI Am YouComeback Video, Erstveröffentlichung: 22. Oktober 2018[52]
Get CoolMusic Video, Erstveröffentlichung: 14. November 2018[53]
2019MirohClé 1: MirohComeback Video, Erstveröffentlichung: 24. März 2019[54]
Side EffectsClé 2 : Yellow WoodComeback Video, Erstveröffentlichung: 19. Juni 2019[55]
Double KnotClé: LevanterZiyong Kim (Fantasy Lab)Music Video, Erstveröffentlichung: 9. Oktober 2019[56]
AstronautMusic Video, Erstveröffentlichung: 13. November 2019[57]
LevanterComeback Video, Erstveröffentlichung: 9. Dezember 2019[58]
Gone DaysSingleMusic Video, Erstveröffentlichung: 26. Dezember 2019[59]

Auszeichnungen für Musikverkäufe

Goldene Schallplatte

  • Frankreich Frankreich
    • 2023: für das Album 5-Star
  • Polen Polen
    • 2023: für das Album 5-Star

Anmerkung: Auszeichnungen in Ländern aus den Charttabellen bzw. Chartboxen sind in ebendiesen zu finden.

Land/RegionAus­zeich­nung­en für Mu­sik­ver­käu­fe
(Land/Region, Auszeichnungen, Verkäufe, Quellen)
Gold Platin DiamantVer­käu­feQuel­len
 Frankreich (SNEP) Gold10! P0! D50.000snepmusique.com
 Japan (RIAJ) 8× Gold8 5× Platin5 Diamant12.250.000riaj.or.jp JP2
 Polen (ZPAV) Gold10! P0! D10.000olis.pl
 Südkorea (KMCA)0! G 15× Platin15 14× Diamant1417.750.000circlechart.kr
 Vereinigte Staaten (RIAA) 4× Gold40! P0! D2.000.000riaa.com
Insgesamt 14× Gold14 20× Platin20 15× Diamant15

Filmografie

Reality-Shows

  • Stray Kids (2017, Mnet)
  • The 9th (2018, Naver V Live)
  • Intro: I Am Not (2018, Naver V Live)
  • SKZ-TALKER (2018, Naver V Live)
  • Spot Kids (2018, Youtube)
  • The 9th Season 2 (2018, Naver V Live)
  • Intro: I Am Who (2018, Naver V Live)
  • SKZ-TALKER (2018, Naver V Live)
  • SKZ’s Honey Tips (2018, Naver V Live)
  • The 9th Season 4 (2019, Naver V Live)
  • One Kid’s Room (2019, Youtube)
  • Channies Room – 찬이의 "방" (2019–2022, V Live; 2022 - März 2023 , Youtube)
  • Two Kids Room+1 – 투키즈룸+1 (2020, Youtube)
  • 2 Kids Room – 투키즈룸 (2022, Youtube)
  • Racha Log (2023, Youtube)[60]
  • 2 Kids Show (2023, Youtube)

Weblinks

Commons: Stray Kids – Sammlung von Bildern, Videos und Audiodateien

Einzelnachweise

  1. a b "JYP 新 기대주스트레이 키즈, 오늘(8일) 전격 데뷔. 8. Januar 2018 (naver.com [abgerufen am 30. April 2018]).
  2. Oh!쎈 초점 SM·YG·JYP, 3대 기획사의 2018년. 17. Januar 2018 (naver.com [abgerufen am 30. April 2018]).
  3. [Oh!쎈 초점] SM·YG·JYP, 3대 기획사의 2018년. 17. Januar 2018 (naver.com [abgerufen am 30. April 2018]).
  4. Tamar Herman: Stray Kids Look Inward on ‘I Am You’ EP: Watch the Single’s Music Video. In: Billboard. 22. Oktober 2018 (billboard.com [abgerufen am 30. November 2018]).
  5. [단독]JYP·Mnet, 남자아이돌 프로그램 하반기 론칭. (naver.com [abgerufen am 30. April 2018]).
  6. JYP·Mnet, 보이그룹 서바이벌 '스트레이 키즈확정…10月 첫방 [공식]. (naver.com [abgerufen am 30. April 2018]).
  7. JYP’s ‘Stray Kids’ revealed in teaser image. (koreaherald.com [abgerufen am 30. April 2018]).
  8. JYP 새 보이그룹, 강렬한 스타트..'스트레이 키즈' MV 첫 공개. (naver.com [abgerufen am 30. April 2018]).
  9. 네이버 뮤직:: Hellevator – Stray Kids (스트레이 키즈). (naver.com [abgerufen am 30. April 2018]).
  10. '스트레이키즈' 박진영 „7명이 로봇강아지라면 9명이 살아있는 강아지"(종합). (naver.com [abgerufen am 30. April 2018]).
  11. JYP 新 보이그룹 '스트레이 키즈' 1월 8일 프리 데뷔 앨범 발매. (naver.com [abgerufen am 30. April 2018]).
  12. [팝's신곡]„JYP 신예의 첫걸음"스트레이키즈 표 '믹스 테잎'. (naver.com [abgerufen am 30. April 2018]).
  13. 美 빌보드스트레이키즈, 2018년 주목할 K팝 아티스트 1위". (naver.com [abgerufen am 30. April 2018]).
  14. 국내 대표 음악 차트 가온차트! Abgerufen am 30. April 2018.
  15. Stray Kids Drum Up Interest With ‘Mixtape’ Album Ahead of Formal K-Pop Debut. In: Billboard. (Online [abgerufen am 30. April 2018]).
  16. JYP’s Stray Kids to officially debut on March 25. In: The Korea Herald. 6. März 2018 (koreaherald.com [abgerufen am 30. April 2018]).
  17. Stray Kids’ „District 9“ Becomes K-Pop Group Debut MV With Most Views In 24 Hours | Soompi. Abgerufen am 30. April 2018 (amerikanisches Englisch).
  18. Stray Kids say “Grow Up” in hazy new MV. In: allkpop. (Online [abgerufen am 8. Mai 2018]).
  19. Stray Kids show off their hard-hitting moves in ‘Mirror’ performance video. In: allkpop. (Online [abgerufen am 8. Mai 2018]).
  20. Stray Kids Look Inward on ‘I Am You’ EP: Watch the Single’s Music Video. In: Billboard. (Online [abgerufen am 30. November 2018]).
  21. Stray Kids [INTRO: I am YOU]. jypentertainment, 16. Oktober 2018, abgerufen am 14. April 2019.
  22. ARIRANG K-POP: [After School Club] The super rookies of 2018 Stray Kids(스트레이 키즈)! _ Full Episode – Ep.340. 30. Oktober 2018, abgerufen am 14. April 2019.
  23. Stray Kids Celebrate Anniversary with ‘Miroh’ Music Video. Abgerufen am 14. April 2019.
  24. E. Cha: Stray Kids Takes Emotional 1st-Ever Music Show Win On “M Countdown” With “Miroh”; Performances By IZ*ONE And More. In: soompi.com. Abgerufen am 14. April 2019.
  25. Stray Kids Announces Woojin’s Departure + Delays Upcoming Album Release. In: soompi.com. 28. Oktober 2019, abgerufen am 28. Oktober 2019 (englisch).
  26. 스트레이 키즈, 오늘(24일) 첫 영어 앨범 'Step Out of Clé' 발표. Abgerufen am 28. November 2020 (koreanisch).
  27. 스트레이 키즈, 18일 새 앨범 'SKZ2020' 韓·日 동시 발매…'띵곡' 집약체 [공식입장]. Abgerufen am 28. November 2020 (koreanisch).
  28. 스트레이 키즈, 첫사랑 떠오르는 '바보라도 알아' 뮤직비디오 비하인드 컷 공개. Abgerufen am 28. November 2020 (koreanisch).
  29. Stray Kids | Info. Abgerufen am 28. November 2020.
  30. https://twitter.com/stray_kids/status/1259498452125274112. Abgerufen am 28. November 2020.
  31. https://twitter.com/stray_kids/status/1259498604332376066. Abgerufen am 28. November 2020.
  32. 스트레이키즈, 웹툰 '신의 탑' OST 한국어·영어 버전 순차적 공개 [공식]. Abgerufen am 28. November 2020 (koreanisch).
  33. '컴백 D-DAY' 스트레이 키즈, 신곡 '神메뉴' 뮤비 촬영 비하인드 컷 공개. Abgerufen am 28. November 2020 (koreanisch).
  34. a b Stray Kids Members Profile. Abgerufen am 15. Juni 2019.
  35. :: Stray Kids ::. Abgerufen am 17. März 2020.
  36. a b c Chartquellen:
  37. Chartquellen:
  38. Chartquellen:
  39. Single Trending Charts. In: mtv.de. GfK Entertainment, 25. März 2022, abgerufen am 26. März 2022.
  40. Single Trending Charts. In: mtv.de. GfK Entertainment, 9. Juni 2023, abgerufen am 10. Juni 2023.
  41. Official [M/V] Stray Kids – Hellevaor. Always Run Film Production, abgerufen am 18. Januar 2018.
  42. [JYP ENT] Stray Kids „Grrr 총량의 법칙“ Performance Video Released! BSPictures Co., Ltd., 7. Januar 2018, abgerufen am 14. Januar 2018.
  43. [JYP ENT] Stray Kids „어린 날개“ PV Released! BSPictures Co., Ltd., abgerufen am 20. Januar 2018.
  44. Stray Kids(스트레이 키즈) „I am NOT“ Trailer. Fisher Kim (highqualityfish), abgerufen am 3. April 2018.
  45. Stray Kids(스트레이 키즈) „I am NOT“ Trailer. Fisher Kim (highqualityfish), abgerufen am 3. April 2018.
  46. Stray Kids (스트레이 키즈) “Mirror” Performance Video. Abgerufen am 18. Januar 2018.
  47. Stray Kids(스트레이 키즈) “My Pace” M/V. Abgerufen am 18. Januar 2018.
  48. Stray Kids(스트레이 키즈) “Voices” Performance Video. Abgerufen am 18. Januar 2018.
  49. Stray Kids(스트레이 키즈) “M.I.A.” Performance Video. Abgerufen am 18. Januar 2018.
  50. Stray Kids(스트레이 키즈) “갑자기 분위기 싸해질 필요 없잖아요” M/V. Abgerufen am 18. Januar 2018.
  51. Stray Kids “Mixtape#2” Video. Abgerufen am 18. Januar 2018.
  52. Stray Kids “I am YOU” M/V. Abgerufen am 18. Januar 2018.
  53. Stray Kids “Get Cool” M/V. Abgerufen am 18. Januar 2018.
  54. Stray Kids "MIROH" M/V. Abgerufen am 10. Januar 2020 (deutsch).
  55. Stray Kids “부작용(Side Effects)” M/V. jypentertainment, 19. Juni 2019, abgerufen am 18. Juli 2019.
  56. Stray Kids "Double Knot" M/V. Abgerufen am 10. Januar 2020 (deutsch).
  57. Stray Kids(스트레이 키즈) "Astronaut" M/V. Abgerufen am 10. Januar 2020 (deutsch).
  58. Stray Kids "바람 (Levanter)" M/V. Abgerufen am 10. Januar 2020 (deutsch).
  59. Stray Kids "Mixtape: Gone Days" M/V. Abgerufen am 10. Januar 2020 (deutsch).
  60. JYPE: StrayKids Official Youtube. Abgerufen am 30. Juli 2023.

Stray Kids ¦ 5-Star
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