Stray Kids is a South Korean boy group formed in 2017 by JYP Entertainment through a survival show of the same name. The group consists of eight members: Bang Chan, Han, Lee Know, Changbin, Hyunjin, Han, Felix, Seungmin, and I.N.
Debut and Rise to Fame
Stray Kids made their official debut in 2018 with the release of their extended play "I Am Not." Since then, the group has released a number of successful albums and singles, including "Miroh," "Levanter," and "Back Door," that have helped establish their unique sound and style.
Music Style and Concept
Stray Kids is known for their hip hop-inspired music and aggressive rap style. The group's music often tackles social and personal issues, and their lyrics often explore themes of identity, self-discovery, and personal growth. Additionally, Stray Kids has a strong focus on their performance style, and are known for their high-energy and dynamic stage presence.
Awards and Recognition
Stray Kids has received numerous awards and recognition for their music and performances. They have won awards at major Korean music award shows, including the Golden Disc Awards, the Seoul Music Awards, and the Mnet Asian Music Awards. In addition, the group has also received recognition for their contributions to the K-pop industry, and has been named as one of the top K-pop groups by various media outlets.