The moment has come for you to REMAIN! Stray Kids have resurfaced with a fresh new studio album titled MAXIDENT, which was released on Friday, October 7 via JYP and Republic Records.
After the publication of Stray Kids’ Japanese-language EP Circus on June 22, which occurred less than four months prior, the band has released their newest album. Stray Kids, which consists of members Bang Chan, Lee Know, Changbin, Hyunjin, Han, Felix, Seungmin, and I.N., published a music video for each track in a series of three last week. The songs in this series have the titles 3-1 “3RACHA,” 3-2 “TASTE,” and 3-3 “I Think I Like You.”
As one of the group’s members, Bang Chan, was quoted in Billboard’s most recent cover story as saying, “Our goal ever since we launched was to reach as many’stray kids’ as possible.” He said, “to give strength to people who really need it by delivering our music to them.”
Han continued by saying, “If we settle, we know that we can’t move forward.” “That is why we were like this and why we still are. We make an effort to keep moving forward and not to stand stagnant.
The South Korean K-pop group MAXIDENT follows up an already excellent 2022 with the release of MAXIDENT. The Stray Kids’ Oddinary EP, which was the band’s most recently released EP, is the band’s first release to ever reach the top spot on the Billboard 200 chart. Additionally, the trio had their first entry on a Billboard chart with the release of the EP. According to Luminate, Oddinary was successful in moving a significant 110,000 equivalent album units generated in the United States in the week that ended on March 24. Of the total sales, 103,000 were made in the United States.