Stray Kids topped the Billboard World Albums chart for four consecutive weeks and proved its status as a "fourth generation K-pop leader."

Stray Kids topped the Billboard World Album on April 23 (local time) with their mini-album "ODDINARY" released on March 18, topping the chart for four consecutive weeks. In addition, it showed off its distinct presence as a global trend group by ranking 131st in the main chart, 83rd in the Artist 100, 12th in Top Current Album Sales, 13th in Top Album Sales, and 14th in the World Digital Song Sales.

Stray Kids made a new history of reaching the top of the Billboard main chart for the third time in K-pop artist history by topping the Billboard 200 on April 2. In addition, the album "ODDINARY" recorded 853,021 initial albums (one-week album sales based on the release date) on the record aggregation site Hanteo Chart, and recorded its best performance, up more than 210,000 from 641,589 initial albums of "NOEASY" released in August last year.

Stray Kids, who made a comeback about seven months after their second full-length album "NOEASY," which became the "first million seller of JYP Entertainment's production album," has achieved "career high" in various indicators and is gaining global popularity. The title song "MANIAC" music video, which was released along with the song, surpassed 66.7 million views on YouTube as of the morning of the 20th, and is looking forward to the birth of the "6th 100 million views" music video following "God's Menu," "Back Door," "MIROH," "My Face," and "Singer."

Recently, they sold out three offline concerts in Seoul, the first venue of their second world tour, and proved their hot popularity. The first face-to-face concert "Stray Kids 2nd World Tour "MANIAC" in about two years and five months since the first world tour "Stray Kids World Tour "District 9: Unlock" (Stray Kids World Tour) will be held live on April 29th to May 1st at the Jamsil Sports Hall.

Meanwhile, Stray Kids' second world tour will be held 16 times in 10 cities from June 11 to 12, Kobe, Japan from June 11 to 19, Newark, Chicago, July 1, Atlanta, Fort Worth, Los Angeles on the 6th, Oakland on the 12th, Seattle on the 14th, and Tokyo on the 26th to 27th.

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