Stray Kids will release their first Japanese mini album on November 4!
Stray Kids will officialy release their first mini album in Japan ‘All In’ on November 4. This will solidify their position as the “Next-generation K-Pop representative group”. JYP Entertainment recently released four types of album information and jacket images on its official website and SNS channel in Japan. The group photos in the jacket hip-hop street fashion shows their reckless eyes, raising expectations for the new album.
Furthermore, the title track of the new album, “ALL IN,” expresses a confident aspiration: “I bet everything and move forward”. Previously, they released their first single “TOP” in Japan on June 3 this year and had a remarkable success. The single topped the Oricon Weekly Singles Chart in the first week of its release. This makes Stray Kids the fourth singer to win the Oricon Weekly Singles Chart based on overseas male artists.
The group also proved its popularity by reaching the top of various charts. This includes the overall single chart of Tower Records, and the weekly single sales chart of Billboard Japan. Their Japanese debut album “SKZ2020,” released on March 18, proudly topped the top 10 K-pop Japanese-released albums in the first half of 2020 chart compiled by Tower Records, proving its growth potential early on. As such, Stray Kids, which made clear achievements there, is expected to rise again through a new Japanese album to in November.
On the other hand, Stray Kids is making a big splash with their first repackage album “IN LIFE” and title track “Back Door,” released on the 14th. The album reached 233,381 copies in the first week of Hanteo Chart, breaking the team’s best record.
Moreover, Stray Kids showed off their extraordinary presence by topping to the different U.S. Billboard Chart on September 26.