Stray Kids’ Chart Success on U.S. & Global Billboard Charts | Billboard Explains

Stray Kids are back and better than ever with new single “Lose My Breath,” a collaboration with Charlie Puth. The boy band has had several hits, so let’s take a look back at the K-pop group’s chart success on the Billboard Hot 100, Billboard 200 and Global chart with songs such as “LALALALA” and “Hellevator.”

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They’re back with a new collaboration with Charlie Puth called “Lose My Breath.” To celebrate, we’re looking at their chart accomplishments. This is Billboard Explains: Stray Kids Chart Success.

Stray Kids made their U.S. Billboard chart debut with “Hellevator.” The song debuted on the World Digital Song Sales Chart back in November 2017. “Hellevator” was the first of their 27 top 10s on the chart, with four No. 1s: “Mixtape: OH” in 2021, and “MANIAC,” “CASE 143” and “LALALALA” all in 2023.

“LALALALA” was also the group’s first Hot 100 hit, peaking at No. 90.

Stray Kids have had big success on the Billboard 200. All four of their charting projects have debuted at No. 1. 2022’s Oddinary: EP and Maxident, and 2023’s 5-Star and ROCK-STAR. The group was the first act to have their first four charting albums all reach No. 1 since Alicia Keys achieved that feat in 2007.

Over on the Billboard Global 200, Stray Kids have had seven songs make that chart, with “LALALALA” reaching the highest peak — No. 10 in 2023.

We can’t wait to see where Stray Kids goes next on the Billboard charts.

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