Stray Kids is now the third most-streamed K-pop boy group on Spotify of all time, thanks to their new album "NOEASY"!
On Aug. 23, Stray Kids made their full group comeback in 11 months with their second full-length album, "NOEASY," which has a total of 14 songs, one of which is the title track "THUNDEROUS."
"NOEASY" was released on various platforms including Spotify, and all of the songs in the album started gaining streams. As of Aug. 25, the boy group reached a remarkable number of total streams across all of their tracks.
Stray Kids is now the Third Most-Streamed K-pop Boy Group on Spotify of All Time
On Stray Kids' Spotify account, the boy group has more than 4.1 million monthly listeners. A total of 11 albums of the boy group, including their pre-debut compilation of mixtapes, is uploaded to the platform.
On Aug. 25, Stray Kids' "NOEASY" attained the third-biggest streams on Spotify for an album by a K-pop group released this 2021.
"NOEASY" accumulated a total of 8,450,135 streams on the first day, thus, taking over the No. 3 spot on the list of Top 5 biggest 2021 album debuts on Spotify. It surpassed TXT's "The Chaos Chapter: FREEZE," which gained 5,836,177 streams.
Stray Kids' "NOEASY" becomes the third 2021 album by a K-pop group to surpass eight million Spotify streams, following BLACKPINK Rosé's "R" and BTS's "Butter" CD.
When the first-day streams of "NOEASY" are added to the cumulative streams of Stray Kids' other albums on the global streaming platform, the boy group has attained incredible total streams.
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As of Aug. 25, Stray Kids recorded more than 1.5 billion streams on Spotify, becoming the third most-streamed K-pop boy group on the platform in history. They now follow EXO with 2.2 billion streams and BTS with 19.6 billion streams.
Although the JYP boy group is in close competition with SEVENTEEN for the No. 3 spot as the latter has also surpassed 1.5 billion Spotify streams recently. Nevertheless, Stray Kids remains the most-streamed fourth-generation K-pop group on the platform.
Meanwhile, Stray Kids' most-streamed song on Spotify is "God's Menu," which has over 121.68 million streams. It is followed by "MIROH" with 102.42 million streams and "Back Door" with 84.72 million streams.
Congratulations to Stray Kids!
Stray Kids' "THUNDEROUS" and "NOEASY" Rank First on iTunes Charts in More Than 50 Countries
In other news, Stray Kids' "THUNDEROUS," the title track in "NOEASY," successfully topped iTunes charts around the world on the day of its release and also the next day.
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As of Aug. 24, "THUNDEROUS" climbed to the top of the iTunes Song Chart in a total of 52 countries across the globe, including Australia, Germany, Singapore, France, Argentina, Sweden, and Colombia.
On top of this, all 14 songs from Stray Kids' "NOEASY" entered the Top 20 on the Worldwide iTunes Song Chart, with "THUNDEROUS" claiming the No. 1 spot.
The whole album itself received so much love from fans around the world that it ranked first on iTunes Album charts in 40 regions, including the United States, Spain, Australia, and Germany.
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Written by Mhaliya Scott