Stray Kids is the top “global trend” in “Billboard 200” for two consecutive weeks
Stray Kids, a global popular group, topped the Billboard main chart “Billboard 200” for two consecutive weeks.
According to the recent announcement on the official website of the U.S. Billboard, the mini-album “MAXIDENT” released by Stray Kids on October 7 ranked 11th in the “Billboard 200” on the 29th (local time).
Stray Kids ranked in a total of 10 Billboard’s latest charts, including sixth place in “Artist 100,” first place in “World Album,” second place in “Top Album Sales,” and “Top Current Album Sales,” proving their hot popularity even after the end of their activities.
StrayKids are proving their powerful influence by setting the first and highest records. With the album “MAXIDENT,” it entered the Billboard main charts “Billboard 200” and “Artist 100” at the same time on October 22.
As a result, Stray Kids became the only artist who not only won the Billboard 1st place for 2 consecutive years this year following their previous work “ODDINARY” released in March, but also entered the Billboard 200 and Artist 100 at the same time as of 2022.
With this album, Stray Kids has surpassed 2.37 million pre-orders. After its official release, it achieved its own highest initial record. He succeeded in achieving a big event in the music industry by winning the title of “JYP Entertainment’s first double million selling artist” and “three consecutive million sellers.”
Stray Kids will be on MBC M’s “Show” on October 12th! Starting with ‘Champion’, Mnet’s ‘M Countdown’ on the 13th, KBS 2TV’s ‘Music Bank’ on the 14th, and ‘Show’ on the 19th! Champion,” Mnet’s “M Countdown” on the 20th, and KBS 2TV’s “Music Bank” on the 21st won six gold medals by lifting the first place trophy on various music shows.
StrayKids will continue the “StrayKids 2nd World Tour “MANIAC” (StrayKids’ second world tour “Maniac”) from November.
StrayKids will meet fans from all over the world through 13 additional performances in seven overseas cities, including Jakarta, Indonesia from Nov. 12 to 13, Bangkok, Thailand from Feb. 2 to Feb. 2023, Singapore from Feb. 5 to Melbourne, Australia from Feb. 17 to 18, Sydney from March 22 to March 23, and Fort Worth from March 26 to 27.