Stray Kids: “We hope that one day Stray Kids will become a genre itself”
In our social media-driven world, it’s easier than ever to find out what everyone else thinks of us, be their opinions positive or incredibly negative. It’s easier said than done not to internalise the internet’s harsh words and take them to heart, but for Stray Kids – one of K-pop’s most experimental and inventive groups – those disses are propelling them forward in their quest for greatness.
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In part, the JYP Entertainment boyband’s second full-length album ‘NOEASY’ glances at the critiques its creators have received for their unconventional clashes of EDM, hip-hop, rock, pop and more, while firing back with songs that refuse to dilute Stray Kids’ unique powers. “I love what you …
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