Stray Kids, 1st regular album in Japan, topped the local weekly chart
Group Stray Kids topped the local weekly chart with their first full-length album in Japan.
According to Oricon's official website on the 1st, Stray Kids' first full-length Japanese album 'The Sound', released on the 22nd of last month, topped the latest Oricon Weekly Album Ranking (02.20-02.26).
In addition, with this album, Stray Kids entered the Oricon Daily Album Ranking No. 1 on February 21st and held the No. 1 spot for 7 consecutive days until the 27th, reaffirming their local popularity.
With the sales of 450,808 copies based on Billboard Japan tally, they ranked first on three charts, including the Weekly Top Album Sales Chart (February 20-February 26), Hot Album Chart, and Artist 100. It was also ranked highest in the weekly album rankings (02.20-02.26) of Tower Records, the largest record shop in the country, and boasted a strong record power in Japan.
Recently, Stray Kids successfully completed their second world tour Japanese encore concert at Saitama Super Arena in Japan on February 11th and 12th and at Kyocera Dome Osaka on February 25th and 26th. As the first Japanese dome concert since debut, all tickets were sold out for 4 times, including the more meaningful Osaka performance, and met with about 130,000 fans face-to-face and about 250,000 online and offline fans to create special memories.
Meanwhile, Stray Kids will hold a single concert in Manila, Philippines for two days from March 11 to 12 and continue the heat of the tour. Afterwards, they moved to the United States and held an encore performance at the Bank of California Stadium in Los Angeles on March 31 and April 2 local time, following Atlanta and Fort Worth, ending their second world tour with 42 concerts in 18 cities around the world. Decorate ornately