Stray Kids are back with a bang, dropping their latest mini-album “樂-STAR” (“ROCK-STAR”), and the music video for the title track, “LALALALA,” on November 10 at 2 p.m. KST. The song is a high-energy number with rock influences, penned and co-composed by the trio 3RACHA, consisting of Bang Chan, Changbin, and Han. The album “樂-STAR” holds a dual significance, with the Chinese character “rak” meaning delight and pleasure in Korean, while “rock” brings its English connotation as part of rock n’ roll.
In a teaser video for “LALALALA,” member Felix said he hoped listeners “can feel the freedom” through the song.
The mini-album comprises a total of eight fresh tracks. With its release, the group’s music is now available for streaming worldwide. The music video for “LALALALA” is a visual treat, perfectly complementing the song’s vibrant energy and compelling rhythm. It features the members in dynamic performances. Stray Kids’ “STAR” mini album is a testament to the group’s evolution and growth as artists, offering a rich tapestry of musical styles and themes that will resonate with fans and new listeners alike.
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Who wrote the lyrics and co-composed the title track “LALALALA” from Stray Kids’ mini album “樂-STAR”?
The trio 3RACHA, consisting of Bang Chan, Changbin, and Han, wrote the lyrics and co-composed the title track “LALALALA.”
What is the significance of the album title “樂-STAR”?
The album title “樂-STAR” holds a dual significance, with the Chinese character “rak” meaning delight and pleasure in Korean, while “rock” brings its English connotation as part of rock n’ roll.
How many tracks are included in Stray Kids’ 8th mini album “樂-STAR”?
The album comprises a total of 8 brand-new tracks.
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